I am a highly-skilled design Engineer with an extensive background in cutting-edge R&D. I have nearly four years experience developing medical devices, with a focus on assistive diagnostic aids for the neurological space; nearly three years experience in next-generation DNA sequencing, including three patents; and ten years experience developing next-generation radar systems and advanced computing hardware, with an emphasis on ultra-high performance digital signal processing and mixed signal systems. I have also published several papers on system and waveform design for a new type of radar technology. I hold a Bachelor of Electronic Engineering with Honours (Queensland University of Technology) and Bachelor of Information Technology, majoring in Computer Science (Queensland University of Technology). I have played key roles in the development of several of the world’s most technologically-advanced radar systems. This has included the development of two single-board super computers, which have enabled these new types of radar. My experience and skill set ranges from developing software for embedded processors; writing firmware for FPGAs capable of processing many gigabytes of data per second; designing complex digital and analogue hardware; through to developing algorithms for extracting and sequencing genetic information.