I'm an electronic engineer and glaciologist with a passion for developing radio instrumentation to study processes in the cryosphere, with a focus on ice shelves and alpine glaciers. In 2023, I completed my PhD with University College London and the British Antarctic Survey, where I developed an HF (high-frequency) variant of the ApRES radar to enable radar (SAR) imagery of the base of ice shelves. More broadly, I'm interested in applications of remote and ground-based electronic sensing to glacial hydrology and geophysics. In my spare time, I enjoy mountaineering, cycling and painting.
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