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Centre for Digital Built Britain

 

Research background

I completed my Ph.D. in Earthquake Engineering in 2018 at Imperial College London. I have experience in computational methods for the characterisation of nonlinear structural behaviour and structural dynamics. Additionally, I have worked on probabilistic methods, data-visualisation, software development, information theory, cloud computing, and hardware development for structural health monitoring.

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West Cambridge Digital Twin Facility

Research ambitions for CDBB

I want to learn from the top researchers that have been leading the way towards smarter infrastructure that in turn have enabled the emerge of digital twins and digital systems. Additionally, I hope to contribute with my knowledge and enthusiasm to better understand the power of novel sensing devices, and to unfold the richness of continuous data collected by them; through probabilistic data analysis and efficient data visualisations.

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