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Timothy Pelham received an Masters in Physics at the University of Surrey in 2009, followed by work as a Systems Engineer for MBDA in Bristol. In 2012 Timothy left MBDA for a PhD in Electrical Engineering at the University of Bristol. Currently pursuing an Intelligence Community Postdoctoral Research Fellowship at the University of Bristol, supported by the Royal Academy of Engineering. His research interests extend from antennas and propagation physics, across electromagnetics modelling, to complex systems modelling and concept design. His current work combines conventional direction finding techniques with electromagnetics modelling, computer vision and RF fingerprinting to develop spatial intelligence as a new way to secure wireless networks. Timothy has published LyceanEM as a framework for rapid virtual prototyping of antenna arrays, and frequency and time domain channel modelling.

Timothy is also interested in the development of novel, space based RF sensing, combining challenges in antenna array design and complex propagation geometries to transform sensing capabilites in multiple fields from weather radar to mapping.

More information on LyceanEM can be found here, while further information on research activity can be found on the website.

External positions

Senior Systems Engineer, MBDA UK Ltd.

1 Sept 20111 Sept 2012

Systems Engineer, MBDA UK Ltd.

1 Sept 20091 Sept 2011

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  • Smart Internet Lab


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