Andrew is quite a scholar, with a PhD in the field of electrical and electronic engineering. He has 3 journal articles published, as well as numerous conference papers.
He’s tirelessly presented research involving design and modelling, related to mm-Wave and THz applications. We’re grateful to have his wealth of skills and knowledge added to our ongoing 5G connectivity development and look forward to the insights and innovations Andrew will enable.
When away from his professional activities – like award-winning at the UK-China Conference for best student paper – you can still find Andrew fine-tuning frequencies, as he plays the guitar in his spare time.
He enjoys cricket with his local cricket team and cooking too. Safe to say, Andrew enjoys working with his hands.
Andrew is now eager to get his hands wet in the field – literally – as we chart a course towards sustainable 5G at Sea.
Victoria (Vicky) is a passionate science communicator, who received an MSc in Research from the University of Exeter in 2019. She was involved in employing modern coastline monitoring tech, which lead to specialised understandings of coastal evolution, erosion, and processes in the Southwest of England.
In fact, as we type this, her research is currently being prepped for international journal publication. Much of her key results have already been presented at conferences across the UK.
Vicky’s passion goes past academia and is truly holistic. As secretary for her local climate action group, she is involved with a variety of interest parties and local community members on sustainability matters.
When she’s not directly working towards positive environmental change, you’ll likely find this second-degree-black-belt blowing off steam with Tae Kwon-Do practice.
We are thrilled to welcome a new colleague with such a genuine care for sustainability to our team.
Our team looks forward to an eventful second half of 2021, with lots of exciting updates to follow.