Electronic design engineer with
experience with firmware and mechatronic design.
Embeded systems (LINUX, WIN CE)
FPGA Design (VHDL, Verilog)
Circuit Board Design
Experience with Full Stack development.
Google Cloud Platform
Electronic engineer and Software developer. Experience in digital and analogue circuit design, mechatronics design and power electronics and many technical packages. Low-level and high-level programming languages. Well-versed in technology and writing code to create systems that are reliable and user-friendly. A skilled leader who has the proven ability to motivate, educate, and manage a team to develop hardware and software systems and effectively track changes. Confident communicator, strategic thinker, and innovative creator to develop systems that are customized to meet a company’s organizational needs, highlight their core competencies, and further their success. for more information see my linkedin
I graduated with a 1st class degree in electronic and electrical engineering from London South Bank University. I loved my experience at university and as a member of the robotics society, I had the pleasure of representing the university in Engineering for People (EfP) Design Challenge, Mayor's Entrepreneur Competition, Pi Wars and the ImechE design challenge. I have a passion for robotic control software and my final year project was titled Quadrupedal robotic Platform for research on legged motion. It was a mechatronic project that required me to design and build a 4 legged robot and control software using ROS (Robotic Operating System) that would allow for traversal over uneven terrain. I started working at LSBU as an associate researcher working on high-speed thermal transfer printers.
I had the pleasure to work with Jerome in several group projects. He is an extremely innovative and effective teammate. His creativity and ability to easily master all types of programming software are highly impressive.
LSBU’s Sava Otasevic, Samuel Mitchell and Jerome Graves, students on the BEng Electrical and Electronic Engineering course, secured their place in the semi-final for their innovative mycelium farm which creates new, usable material by repurposing organic and agricultural waste products.