Liam  graduated from the University of Hull with a first class honours for his masters degree in Electronic Engineering, with two years industry experience developing, designing, and testing electronic automotive products.

The primary focus for Liam in the research cluster is to investigate methods of interpreting cognitive load, looking to dynamically alter virtual learning environments dependent on various physiological measures of a user.

On a personal note, Liam enjoys teaching martial arts in Jiu-Jitsu and Kung Fu which he has done for the past decade. Liam is also an avid designer, builder and programmer of electronics.