Mr Thomas Graham
Postgraduate Researcher (Metamaterials CDT 2014)
Telephone: (Lab) 01392 724187
Extension: (Streatham - Lab) 4187
I'm a XM2 CDT physics postgraduate researcher, currently researching acoustic metamaterials at the University of Exeter.
As an undergraduate I studied my Masters of Physics with particle physics and cosmology (MPhys) at Lancaster University. For my masters project I used computational modelling (MEEP) to study a "light shining through a wall" experiment, looking for Weakly Interacting Slim Particles (WISPs), based on an experiment at the Cockcroft Institute in Daresbury, run by the CASCADE group.
My research focuses on the acoustic transmission and reflection properties of materials and changing these properties using surface and bulk structuring. I will be presenting my work at the upcoming June 2016 CIMTEC conference: http://2016.cimtec-congress.org/
My current research interests include: Acoustics, material fabrication, material characterization, signal analysis, modal matching, Fourier acoustics and metamaterials.