Steven Herbert.

I passed my PhD with minor corrections on 30th July 2014 (the corrected dissertation has since been accepted).

Previously, I have worked mainly in signal processing, electrical engineering, wireless communication and information theory. I am now looking to work in one of two areas, either on a theoretical project (i.e., within theoretical physics - including information theory) or in the area of wireless technology. If you have any positions you think may interest me, then I'd be very keen to hear from you (

PhD Research:

Dissertation Title: Wireless Communication in Vehicles

My PhD was funded by an Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) CASE award from the National Physical Laboratory, with academic supervisor Dr. Ian Wassell and industrial supervisor Dr. Tian-Hong Loh.


I am originally from Bristol, and after 14 years of state school education, and a much needed gap year (doing a year in industry), I went up to Cambridge in October 2006, and have been there ever since... Initially as an undergraduate at Churchill College, reading for a degree in Engineering- I chose to specialise in signal processing, working on queuing theory for packet routing for my MEng. I was offered a PhD at the University of Cambridge Computer Laboratory, and took the opportunity to become a member of another Cambridge College, enrolling at Darwin College in 2010.