Mr Thomas Graham
Postgraduate Researcher (Metamaterials CDT 2014)
Telephone: (Lab) 01392 724187
Extension: (Streatham - Lab) 4187
I'm a 4th year XM2 CDT physics postgraduate research student. My research covers a range of underwater acoustics with the aim of creating materials that can manipulate the amplitude and direction of sound by structuring materials.
I presented and will be presenting my work at the following conferences:
- CIMTEC materials conference in June 2016 (http://2016.cimtec-congress.org/).
- Cranfield defense sympossium in November 2017 (https://www.cranfield.ac.uk/events/symposia/sym-doc).
- XAM3 acoustics network meeting and conference in April 2018 (https://xam3.exeter.ac.uk/).
- Imperial College Lond Acoustic and mechanical metamaterials workshop in April 2018 (http://www.imperial.ac.uk/plasmonics-metamaterials/european-workshop/).
As an undergraduate I studied my Masters of Physics with particle physics and cosmology at Lancaster University. For my masters project I used computational modelling to study a "light shining through a wall" experiment. This system was desgined to look for Weakly Interacting Slim Particles (WISPs) and was based on an experiment at the Cockcroft Institute in Daresbury, run by the CASCADE group (https://www.cockcroft.ac.uk/).
My current research interests include: Acoustics, material fabrication, material characterization, signal analysis, modal matching, data analysis, data visualisation, Fourier acoustics and metamaterials. Please add me on LinkedIn if you want to find out more: https://www.linkedin.com/in/thomas-graham-353690147.
Thank you for your time.