By day, Andrew is a Researcher at The University of Liverpool (formerly at Queen’s University Belfast’s ECIT Institute) investigating Trust and Reputation in Marine Communications for Autonomous Systems of Systems under the joint Anglo-French Defence Research Group, established at the 2010 Anglo-French Summit
TL;DR Communication between Smart Submarines
By night, he’s the Founding Director of Farset Labs, Northern Ireland’s First Hackerspace, located in Weavers Court Business Park, Belfast, as well as consulting local government, business, academia, and the voluntary sector on STEM Outreach, Business Innovation Strategy, and Communications & Data Security.
Andrew developed Farset Labs while finishing off his Masters in Electronics and Software Engineering at QUB. Farset Labs now provides the technical and entrepreneurial community with a place to share resources, knowledge and experience in a relaxed atmosphere, laying the foundation for the next wave of Northern Irish industry-leading technologists and business leaders.
He is an accomplished technologist, having worked in a range of fields including Telecommunications Engineering, Test Engineering, Advertising Consultancy, Workshop Facilitation, and Innovation Consultancy.
He’s a recipient of the 2012 Belfast Business Top 50 for his work at Farset Labs, the QUB The T G Christie Award for Most Promising Postgraduate and The Liggard Prize for Best Communications Engineering Masters Project. He is a IET Excellence Grant recipient and a National Finalist in the IET Present Around the World competition where he spoke on information theory of social networks in 2010
What else do I do?
- StackOverflow Profile
- Academic Mendeley Profile
- Research Profile (LEGACY)
- Launchpad Profile
- OpenHatch Profile