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Aidan Acquah

CDT Student

I received my MEng degree in Biomedical Engineering from Imperial College London in 2017. My research project used mathematical models to develop a greater understanding of fungal infection in lung. During my degree, I specialised in the topics of machine learning, artificial intelligence, and image processing.
Following my degree, I worked for a consultant data analytics company as an analyst programmer. While there, I worked on several data analytics and software development projects, covering multiple industries, including oil and gas, consumer, and healthcare. 
Though born in the London, I spent my secondary school years living in Accra, Ghana, before returning to the UK for university.
I have an interest in gaming, both online and tabletop, football and travelling.