• 2017 2013

    Postgraduate Research Studentship

    University of Liverpool, School of EEE&CS

  • 2012 June

    Faculty Funded Research Bursary

    University of Liverpool, Department of Computer Science

  • 2013 2011

    The Liverpool Opportunity and Achievement Scholarship

    University of Liverpool Department of Computer Science

  • 2010 2011

    John Patterson Attainment Scholarship

    University of Liverpool Department of Computer Science


  • PhD 2017

    PhD in Computer Science

    University of Liverpool, UK

  • BSc (Hons)2013

    Bachelor of Science in Computer Science

    University of Liverpool, UK


  • Aug. 2017
    PRINCE2® 2017
    PRINCE2® is a structured management method that is applicable to projects of any size or complexity. It draws from the experience of hundreds of Project Managers and Consultants worldwide to provide a generic best practice framework for managing projects. The approach adopted by PRINCE2® is process-based, tailored and scalable. It structures projects into four elements: principles, themes, processes and the project environment. These four elements must be addressed in order to be considered a PRINCE2® project.
  • Dec. 2016
    OPODIS 2016
    OPODIS is an open forum for the exchange of state-of-the-art knowledge on distributed computing and distributed computer systems. All aspects of distributed systems are within the scope of OPODIS. OPODIS solicits papers in all aspects of distributed systems, including theory, specification, design, performance, and system building. With a strong background in the theory of distributed systems, OPODIS has recently expanded its scope to cover the whole range between the theoretical aspects and practical implementations of distributed systems.
  • May. 2016
    PhD Workshop 2016
    An event for PhD students to prepare and give a presentation on their research to a general Computer Science audience. A talk was given under the Networks and Distributed Computing research group on Distributed Majority Problems.
  • Nov. 2015
    NWERC 2015
    A coach for a qualifying team of students for NWERC 2015. NWERC 2015 is an official regional contest in the ACM International Collegiate Programming Contest. It draws students from colleges and universities throughout Belgium, Luxembourg, Great Britain, Ireland, Iceland, Norway, Sweden, Finland, Denmark, Germany and the Netherlands. The winning team will advance to the ACM ICPC World Finals.
  • Aug. 2015
    SSS 2015
    Speaker at the 17th International Symposium on Stabilization, Safety, and Security of Distributed Systems (SSS 2015). A talk was given on the accepted paper, "The Match-Maker: Constant Space Distributed Majority via Random Walks" - a paper involving a distributed majority problem being solved utilising random walks in various settings..
  • Apr. 2015
    NeST Hackathon 2015
    One of the lead organisers for the NeST Hackathon 2015. The topic of the event was focused around big data, primarily transport data in the United Kingdom. Participants had access to an API consisting of rail, bus and traffic information across the country to use in designing and implementing solutions to problems faced in the industry. Workshops and talks were hosted at regular intervals throughout the weekend by academic staff, as well as event sponsors from industry.
  • Apr. 2015
    Career Development Portfolio
    The Career Development Portfolio is a flexible way to complete the Career Development Requirement to help identify suitable career paths and to prepare ourselves for our next position. Course engagement helps gain insight into career choices, consider strengths, gain tips to network effectively and to make effective applications.
  • Mar. 2015
    University Poster Day
    To introduce my research, in poster format, to those outside my discipline, to discuss this with academics, fellow research students and visitors from outside my discipline and to learn about other research undertaken across all Faculties of the University.
  • Mar. 2015
    Application Lifecycle Management
    Visual Studio and Team Foundation Server (TFS) provide an Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) solution that covers the range of software development activities from requirements capture through to development and onto testing and release into production.
  • Nov. 2013
    First Year Development Workshop
    Participants of the event worked in teams to devise a novel interdisciplinary research project. Each team wrote an abstract outlining the need for the project, deliver a persuasive group presentation and took part in a peer review at the end of the workshop.