PhD student at Brunel University, studying natural language processing and digital literacy. Written some papers on open-governance and digital identity. Currently working as a web developer.
Working on blockchain web apps
Working on developing tools that use NLP to improve digital literacy.
Built a proof-of-concept web platform for an ongoing research project.
Spent six months working in Legal Products and another month building a self-service tool for pricing.
Managed a team of developers as they built out the first iteration of PrineSec's alert creation and monitoring tool.
Helped first, second, and third years in their studies.
Building software to make working with Corda easier and leading workshops.
Developing the technology behind SoftPower, the winner of London Fintech 2018 HackQuantum and UN Decade of Women Quatum Leap. Blockchain and tokenised communities to end hunger, poverty and gender inequity.
Working on software as a team member of RHULs development company.
Spending the summer of 2018 working on research projects with other undergrads under the banner of RHUL's Smart Card and Internet of Things Security Centre.
Spent a year watching networks from malicious actors and doing weekly threat intelligence write ups.
Studying for an MSci in Computer Science (Information Security)
Very brief stint as a sales assistant. I learnt that you can never label CDs fast enough.
I came, I saw, I left again pretty shortly thereafter.
Veteran of the early morning wakeup.
Had to get up pretty early for this too.
This paper details a protocol for an E-Voting mechanism based on the blockchain. The paper describes an implementation and evaluates the limitations of the blockchain in its current form for this kind of application.
An exploration of how the blockchain can be used to augment open governance. This paper describes and evaluates an implementation of a tendering framework built on the Ethereum platform.