BEng: University of Liverpool
MSc: University of Liverpool
PhD (Dual PhD): University of Liverpool & National Tsing Hua University
I am currently a lecturer/research associate at the University of Liverpool. I teach risk and uncertainty to engineers. My research focuses on developing robust medical diagnostic tools utilising imprecise probabilistic and Bayesian methods. I am also the Director of Trendi World News. Trendi world news a news channel that is powered by artificial intelligence.
I have always idolised my dad who is a technical gifted engineer. This idolisation for my dad made me gain interest in STEM subjects at a young age.
Having to deal with colleagues from a different cultural background.
My parents always made sure that I get the best education regardless of how much it might cost. They believed in me and supported me throughout my career.
Getting the right people to do the research and adequate funding for research are needed to achieve this goal.
Don’t give up. Keep pushing harder. Aim to be the best in what you do.
I am working on a project which involves developing an actuarial medical risk assessment tool that could be used in routine NHS practices for patient diagnosis and treatment.
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I think it’s about time you heard my story.