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I'm Mus, a final year PhD student in Physics at Cambridge University. You can see some of the things I like, enjoy or like to think about. Through my PhD, I work with Graphene which is a 2010 Nobel prize winning atomically thin material. I use graphene to filter ions from salts in the hope of desalinating water and using the ion flow to generate clean power. Studying this ion flow reveals interesting physical phenomena which I model using a theoretical framework. Recently, I have created nano-holes in graphene in order to pass DNA through and sense their passage - with the aim of decoding information.

Languages with working knowledge:

Matlab, Python, C, C++, LabView, R, Swift, Verilog, System Verilog

App Development

iOS App (Swift) on AppStore, macOS App in development, iOS game in development

Modelling Packages

Synplifiy, L-Edit, Matlab, XCode, CST Studio, COMSOL FEA, AutoDesk, SolidWorks

Operating Systems

macOS, iOS, Unix/Linux, Windows.

Laboratory Equipment

SEM - FEI Magellan, Raman - Renishaw InVia, Bruker AFM, CVD wet transfer, Metal evaporation/sputter

Cambridge Assessment 2016 - Present

Examiner for A-level and GCSE Physics and biomedical entrance examinations (BMAT)

University of Cambridge 2015 - Present

Supervisor for courses in 1B Computing (C++), Soft Condensed Matter and lab demonstrator for electronic engineering students (FPGA programming, control systems, electronic circuits and filters etc.)

Sagentia, Cambridge, UK Summer 2015

Consultant Intern - Modelling and algorithm development in Matlab and Python. Implementation on iOS and embedded systems using computer vision (openCV).

Huawei, Shenzhen, China Summer 2014

Student Engineer - Telecom signal processing and filter design.

University of Southampton, UK Spring 2014

Researcher - Experimental examination of high frequency electrical properties using impedance cytometry of gold microspheres.

ARM, UK Summer 2013

Student Engineer - Developed a data compression algorithm to compress debug data. Tested & developed in C++, implemented in hardware using Verilog/System Verilog.

Atmel, Swanwick, UK Summer 2012

Student Engineer - Testing and verification of touch screen designs in various use cases.

PhD Physics
University of Cambridge, 2016 - Present

Estimating finish - Q1 2020

MRes in Graphene Technology
University of Cambridge, 2015 - 2016

77% 3rd in cohort

MEng Electronic Engineering with Nanotechnology
University of Southampton, 2011 - 2015

1st Class Honours, Top in cohort

MEng General Engineering
University of Oxford, 2009 - 2011

Top 10% in Prelims, suspended in second year

A-Levels, AAAA
City of London School for Boys, 2007 - 2009

(pre A*) A-Levels in Maths (A), Further Maths (A), Physics (A), Chemistry (A)