I joined Strathclyde in 2020 as a Chancellor's Fellow (Lecturer), and was previously a Junior Research Fellow at Wolfson College, Oxford. My research is focused on developing innovative offshore geotechnics solutions to prepare for climate change and the coming digitalisation age. This includes developing intelligent modelling tools and novel sensor-based solutions to help engineers improve their decision-making in offshore ground modelling, site investigation planning, foundation design optimisation and installation risk management.
For more details (including past publications), please visit my lab website at http://www.autogeolab.com
Currently available PhD studentships
- A fully-funded ETP PhD studentship in collaboration with Ørsted to develop a statistical framework to integrate geophysical and geotechnical data for ground modelling of offshore wind farms. More details can be found in the findaphd link below:
- A fully-funded EPSRC PhD studentship to develop a low cost, modular sensor framework to de-risk suction caisson installation for offshore wind. More details can be found in the findaphd link below:
I am currently accepting undergraduate/Masters final year project students and PhD applicants who are interested in working in the areas of Bayesian machine learning in geotechnical engineering, offshore soil-structure interaction and automated ground modelling, amongst others (see list of research interests below). If you are interested in doing research with me, please contact me by email with your background and an outline of your proposed research topic.