Brief Biography

   
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Every now and again I catch up with someone from my past. I love that, it's always fabulous to find out where they've been, and what they've been doing. Inevitably they ask me what I've been doing, so I thought I'd just write most of down here. I can then copy/paste the bones, trim the excess and flesh out the relevant parts.

So this is currently a place-holder for a brief biography. I'm dumping things here as and when I (a) remember them, and (b) have time.

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  • Full-time freelance STEM Outreach and Enhancement
  • 2013(?) - 2018(?) : Part-time Teaching Fellow at Keele University
  • 2003 - present : Director of Denbridge Marine Ltd
  • 2000 - Married Rachel Wright
  • 1995 - present : Director of Solipsys Ltd
  • 1993 - 2003 : Head of Research and Development
    • Initially dB Electronics,
      • which became Datawave Technology
        • which became Denbridge Digital
          • Dissolved in 2003
          • New company formed: Denbridge Marine Ltd
  • 1990/1993 : Research Associate in Computing at Liverpool University
  • 1990 Awarded PhD
  • 1987/1990 : Research Associate in Maths at Manchester University
  • 1984/1987 : Research for PhD at Cambridge (in Pure Maths )
    • Some time in here I started giving talks
    • 1984/Q4 was spent at LSU
    • 1985/Q4 was spent at LSU
  • 1983/1984 : Part III of the Maths Tripos at Cambridge
    • (sort of a taught MSc)
  • 1980 - 1982 : BSc(Hons), Maths, Monash University
  • 1974 - 1979 : Blackburn High School, Melbourne, Victoria

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