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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University of Kent
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.
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).