I am a Research Fellow at the Institute for Communication Systems in the University of Surrey. The University of Surrey is one of the top universities in the UK for Computer Science, Electrical and Electronic Engineering. I have been a research fellow since 2014.


I have a degree in Mathematics from Queen Mary College, University of London. During the course I studied aspects of pure and applied mathematics. I also have a Master's in Telecommunications from Dublin City University. For my Master's project I examined the performance of a proposed RFC for the adaptation of routing.

In 2014, I completed my PhD at the University of Surrey entitled "Anomaly detection in non-stationary and distributed environments". My PhD examined aspects of incremental and distributed learning using PCA and kernel methods.