What’s your professional background and how did you first become interested in this field?
I completed my PhD in Computational Physics at the University of Reading. Following my PhD, I worked at the university on simulating materials, during which I collaborated with colleagues conducting experiments at synchrotron facilities like Diamond and created software to help them analyse their data. This led me to apply to work at Diamond as a member of the Data Acquisition Group, and later when it was created the Data Analysis Group. Initially at Diamond I worked heavily with the Tomography beamlines, and now I run the Imaging Team within the Data Analysis Group.
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