My goal is to bring robotics out of the lab and into the real-world. To stop having to adapt our environments to suit artificial systems and build artificial systems with the ability to adapt to different environments. To contribute to the technological and scientific progress of Australia both directly and by helping to guide future generations of entrepreneurs and engineering professionals.
I have had over a decade of postdoctoral research, teaching and administration experience in a wide variety of areas, all concentrated on the use of technology to understand, interact with and predict the world. My passions are to make robotics more accessible and flexible by using neuroscience and computer modelling of complex biological systems. I firmly believe that the fusion of neuroscience, medicine, engineering, biochemistry and physiology in the form of Systems Biology is the way forward to unlock many of the next big discoveries.
2008: Graduate Certificate in Education, the University of Adelaide
2004: PhD in Physiology, the University of Adelaide
2000: Bachelor of Engineering (biomedical), Honours 1st class, Flinders University
1999: Bachelor of Science, Flinders University
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