James is conducting his PhD research under the supervision of Phillip Stanley-Marbell in the Department of Engineering. His research is in the area of "Fraunhofer Diffraction for Fast Efficient Non-Uniform Random Variate Generation".
His research interests are non-uniform random number generation, asynchronous logic, FPGAs, MEMS sensors, wireless sensor networks, finite element modelling of MEMS and nanotechnology, embedded systems and implantable sensors.
1. Meech J, Crabtree C, Rácz Z, "Star Type Wireless Sensor Network for Future Distributed Structural Health Monitoring Applications", Inventions (2019), 4: 1, 6 DOI
2. N. J. Tye, J. T. Meech, B. A. Bilgin and P. Stanley-Marbell, "A System for Generating Non-Uniform Random Variates using Graphene Field-Effect Transistors," 2020 IEEE 31st International Conference on Application-specific Systems, Architectures and Processors (ASAP), Manchester, United Kingdom, 2020, pp. 101-108, DOI
3. J. T. Meech and P. Stanley-Marbell, "Efficient Programmable Random Variate Generation Accelerator from Sensor Noise," in IEEE Embedded Systems Letters, DOI
Department role and responsibilities
James is a second year PhD student in the department of engineering