I obtained both my BSc and MSc degrees in Biomedical Engineering focusing on speech signal processing. After finishing my Master’s degree, I worked as a medical device consultant and then, as an R&D engineer in a very prominent medical device manufacturing company. Currently, I am at the final stages of my PhD in Biomedical Signal Processing at one of the leading universities in the UK working on EEG. At the same time, I am a teaching assistant at different foundation and undergraduate level modules including mathematics, electronics, and audiology and signal processing related modules.
I have quite a lot of experience with and knowledge about biomedical signals (including but not limited to EEG, ECG, and EMG) and devices. During my Bachelor’s degree, most of my courses were focused on electrical and electronics circuits so I am quite open to these subjects as well. I have many publications in major conferences and journals and have had my fair share of writing reports ranging from brief course works to comprehensive literature reviews and MPil to PhD transfer reports.