Research Area: Intelligent Systems and Nano-science Group
Areas of Expertise: Unconventional computing, FPGA, microcomputer system design
I completed my BEng (Hons) electrical and electronic engineering degree in 2014. I pursued my passion for research through joining Sheffield Hallam University as a research associate on a knowledge transfer partnership project between 2014 and 2016. After the completion of the project I joined a manufacturing company, Thetford Ltd, as an electronic systems design engineer between 2016 and 2021. Adjacent to my work I undertook my PhD studies and completed in 2020.
Currently a research associate in the School of Physics, Engineering and Technology at the University of York. A member of the Intelligent Systems and Nano-science Group, working on the EPSRC project: Magnetic Architectures for Reservoir Computing Hardware. My research interests include unconventional computing, physical reservoir computing interfacing techniques design and implementation, embedded systems, and smart systems.
See Mohammad's publications on the research database.