About Me

I was born and raised in Adelaide, Australia. I attended the University of Adelaide where I graduated with a Bachelor of Engineering (Mechatronics, Hons 1) and a Bachelor of Mathematical and Computer Sciences (Computer Sciences). Upon graduating I worked at National Instruments for 3 years, first as an Applications Engineer, then as a Field Sales Engineer. In 2013, I commenced a PhD at the University of Melbourne under Associate Professors Denny Oetomo and Ying Tan. My research is primarily into technologies and how they can be used to enhance neurorehabilitation processes. I also look at models of human movement and learning, and how these can be applied to the neurorehabilitation field.

I currently live in Melbourne with my wife Tania. In my spare time, I enjoy photography, sports (primarily cricket) and food (both cooking and eating).