I'm a teaching fellow in cybersecurity at the University of Warwick. As a teaching fellow, I primarily lecture the "maths-y" modules (such as discrete maths, cryptography, and algorithms and complexity), while acting as a secondary lecturer in software security-related modules. Before joining Warwick, I studied computer science at the University of Cambridge, graduating in 2022. I'm still hoping to do a PhD at some point, but time will tell when I get round to that.
- Cybersecurity (cryptography, reverse engineering and adversarial machine learning)
- Languages (Japanese is a special favourite of mine)
- Linguistics (particularly phonetics and natural language processing)
- History (mainly military-political)
- EU law
Things I'm good at
- Super Smash Bros.
- Ace Combat
- The Binding of Isaac (achieved Dead God)
Things I wish I was good at :(
- Penetration testing and red teaming
- Exploit development
- Music composition
Things I like
- Tom Clancy
Things I dislike
- Loyalty programmes
- Investment banks
You can see some of my projects (both academic and software/hardware) here.
I love photography! You can find some of my photos here.
Really good books I recommend
See here for some of the books I enjoyed most and recommend reading.
- I generally welcome email. Don't hesitate to ask for my email address if you need it! :-)
- Please don't send me tracking pixels. As I live in the EU, doing so may be illegal.
- I use ProtonMail, so if you already use that, your emails will already be end-to-end encrypted! Or, if you prefer to use PGP, my public keys are here (RSA) and here (ECC). I prefer ECC-encrypted email where possible.