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Recently (late 2000), I've completed my PhD in Telecommunications at UCL. The title of my Thesis was Free Market Communications. I was researching into network resource allocation and management on (broadly) economics-based principles. If you're interested in reading my Thesis, see here.

During my PhD research, I was being funded by Nortel Networks, and actually spent most of my time working at their labs at Harlow.

Now I work for Nortel full time, still at Harlow.

Prior to starting my PhD, I was a Telecommunications MRes student at UCL, during the pilot year (1995-6).

For more information about my MRes research project, see here.

Before that, I worked for 2 years at the Transport Research Laboratory.
And before that, way, way back in the annals of history (or so it seems), I worked for a while at the Ministry of Agriculture Fisheries and Food, now subsumed into the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs.
Oh, and going even further back...I did my first degree at Reading University where I read Maths from 1989-1992.
And, if you can still remember life back in the 1980s...I was at school then. I went to Hampton School, in Hampton, Middlesex, where I studied for my O' and A'Levels.
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