School of Engineering and Digital Arts

I graduated in 2011 with a 1st class Bachelor degree in Communication Systems engineering from the Universidad de Malaga, in Spain. Shortly after this I moved to Canterbury, where I joined a local electronics company as a test and development engineer. 

In parallel to my full-time job, I joined the MSc Broadband and Mobile Communication Networks programme at the University of Kent as a part time student in September 2012 . I graduated in 2015 with a Distinction. I received 2 awards from BAE Systems and Rohde & Schwarz for my MSc project.

Additionally, I was offered a 50th Anniversary scholarship from the University of Kent to study my PhD, which I started in September 2015.

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Room:Room 1.18 - Desk Number:18
Jennison Building
University of Kent

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I am a PhD student in the Wireless Communications group within the Electronics Engineering department. My current area of research is Non-Orthogonal Multiple Access (NOMA), with a focus on user grouping and power allocation. I am also interested in other emerging research areas such as beamforming and millimeter wave technologies.

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I currently hold a graduate teaching assistantship scholarship. I demonstrate the following modules: Communications Principles (EL570), Digital Signal Processing (EL871), Digital Signal Processing and Control (EL676), Computer Interfacing (EL562) and Introduction to programming using MATLAB (EL033).

School of Engineering and Digital Arts, Jennison Building, University of Kent, Canterbury, Kent, CT2 7NT

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Last Updated: 30/08/2017