About

PhD Candidate @ Univeristy College London

My PhD research focus is currently into identifying malware triggers both statically and dynamically with the help of my supervisors Dr David Clark, Dr Earl Barr and Dr Hector Menendez. Here at UCL I am a member of 3 research groups; Software Systems Engineering, CREST and Theory Tendency.

Personal Info

Resume

Experience

Postgraduate Teaching Assistant - UCL

October 2017 - Present

Currently a TA on two courses, Malware and Web Development. I assist in practical teaching, and the setting and marking of courseworks.

Web Developer - Kaweb

October 2016 - April 2017

Maintained existing sites, designed, developed & deployed new sites, and worked on automating the update process of over 100 wordpress sites, reducing developer input, and therefore time, required.

Junior Web Developer - Jobsac

December 2014 - August 2015

Part time during my 4th year, and then 3 months full time in the summer. Worked as part of a team of developers, practicing Test Driven Development and using the Agile SCRUM method, to maintain and improve the jobsacuk website.

Apprentice Web Developer - Jobsac

June 2014 - December 2014

3 month full-time internship at the end of the 3rd year of my undergraduate degree transitioning into part-time work during my 4th year.

Education

PhD in Computer Science - UCL

October 2017 - Present

Current research focus: Identifying malware triggers

MSc in Energy & Power Engineering - Univeristy of Warwick

September 2015 - September 2016

Disseration: Computational modelling of a lithium-ion battery pack for an electric vehicle

MEng in Computer Science - University of Warwick

October 2011 - July 2015

Dissertation: Image analysis software to identify duplicate, similar and trash photos within a user's photo library

Skills

  • Research
  • Web Development
  • Git Version Control
  • SQL Databases

Publications

I have only just begun so none yet unfortunately!