PhD Candidate, University of Adelaide
Richard Matthews received the BElec degree in electrical and electronic engineering at the University of Adelaide, South Australia in 2014 and is currently studying a PhD in Engineering with his research concerning applications of sensor pattern noise for forensic applications.
He served in the Royal Australian Air Force as an Officer before working on industrial automation for the Automotive and power monitoring industries. He now tutors first year engineering students and conducts research in his interests areas including digital forensics and cyber security.
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