I’m currently in my fourth year of an undergratuate degree in Computer Science at the University of Warwick. I started here in 2015, where I also completed a year of Mathematics and Statistics.
In the Summer of 2019, I worked as an intern in the Intelligent Vehicles team at WMG, University of Warwick, investigating battery replacement strategies for fleets of autonomous electric vehicles, as well as some other general fleet optimisation.
Before Warwick, I was a student at Lord Lawson of Beamish Academy from 2008-2015.
Throughout my degree so far, I’ve managed to pick up a few awards for solutions to coursework…
- Merril Lynch CS241 Prize - 1st Place
- Awarded for my solution to the coursework for CS241: Operating Systems and Computer Networks.
- The coursework involved implementing a simple network intrusion detection system in C, operating at a low level by analying incoming network packets. Multithreading techniques were also used to improve the throughput of the system.
- CS261 DB Campus Project 2018 - Commended
- I was a joint project manager and lead developer for our team in the CS261: Software Engineering module.
- We were tasked with creating a chatbot which would answer natural language questions asked about FTSE 100 companies.
- Morgan Stanley CS126 Witter Prize - 1st Place
- Awarded for the best solution to the coursework for CS126: Design of Information Structures.
- The coursework involved designing and implementing suitable data structures for a Twitter clone.
- CS118 Robot of the Year - 3rd Place
- Awarded for going above and beyond the specification for the CS118: Programming for Computer Scientists coursework.