Category Archives: Research

Blog posts about research undertaken.

Japan 2015/early 2016!

I actually took this photo, I know get me! Very arty. My next trip abroad will be probably the last time I go to Japan for pleasure (my arm can be twisted though!) since it’ll be my third time there. … Continue reading

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Where has 4 years disappeared?

Ok, so this will be a post to sum up what I’ve been up to and what I want to do on the blog before I actually start posting properly. Firstly thanks to Catherine Lux (http://www.luxlife-blog.com/) for suggesting I should … Continue reading

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Completely forgot this was still here!

Long story short, went to create a new blog completely forgot this one still exists! I’ll post some updates etc very soon.

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MSc Final Result

Just realised that I haven’t updated the blog about the outcome of my research for my MSc project. It was awarded an A1 and overal I was awarded my MSc with Distinction. Now to hunt for a PhD post!

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End of MSc project plus future plans

The last few months have been very hectic but my MSc project has been handed in. Entitled “A study and implementation of stability controls in humanoid robotics.” based on implemented two stability controls into the Simspark simulator. This work was … Continue reading

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Ways of finding out how code works

Today(or rather should that be this evening) I have made a big push in finding exactly what code (which hasn’t been commented!!!!) does for a section of my project. The offending code is related to the Morimoto et al Oscillator. … Continue reading

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Progress…. finally!

Realised that I haven’t written anything for some time. I got a full time job, which has put some strain on my project but progress is being made. In theory there are 3 sections to my work (ZRAM, Morimoto Oscillator … Continue reading

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