Learn more about me
I was born and raised in San Francisco with a passion for arts and science. I'm a fan of good coffee, real ale, and talking to people about science.
In my spare time I help to organize the Pint of Science festival in the UK which aims to engage people with cutting-edge science by bringing professional scientists to local pubs and event spaces to talk about their research in a relaxed environment.
See my academic background
Lapworth Lates (2018) - Exhibiting at the Lapworth Museum as part of a late night opening. Image Courtesy of Greg Milner.
IET Radar Conference (2017) - Presenting my conference paper to the international radar community. Image from IET.tv.
Pint of Science (2016) - Demonstrating the bizarre quantum properties of light to the crowd.
In 2015, I graduated with a First-Class Physics degree from the University of Birmingham. My final year projects covered quantum cryptography, remote planetary sensing, and automated semiconductor analysis.
At the moment I'm researching for a PhD in Biologically-Inspired Radar which I explain briefly in the below video.
See my creative work
- G.M. Reich, M. Antoniou, C.J. Baker (2018), Biologically-inspired wideband target localisation, IET Radar, Sonar & Navigation. Read
- G.M. Reich, L. Thaler, X. Zhang, D. Wang, G. E. Smith, Z. Tao, R.S.A Abdullah, M. Cherniakov, C.J. Baker, D. Kish, M. Antoniou (2017), Mouth-Clicks used by Blind Expert Human Echolocators – Signal Description and Model Based Signal Synthesis, PLOS Computational Biology. Read
- X. Zhang, G. Reich, M. Antoniou, M. Cherniakov, C.J. Baker, L. Thaler, G.E. Smith (2017), Human echolocation: waveform analysis of tongue clicks, IET Electronic Letters. Read
- G.M. Reich, M. Antoniou, C.J. Baker (2019), MIMO Radar for Cognitive Robot Platform Control and Navigation, IEEE International Radar Conference. (Accepted for publication.)
- G.M. Reich, M. Antoniou, C.J. Baker (2018), Bio-inspired techniques for target localization, IEEE International Radar Conference. Read
- G.M. Reich, M. Antoniou, C.J. Baker (2017), Frequency-dependent target localization, IET Radar Conference. Read
In addition to my research I enjoy exploring the visual arts and working with creative media. This portfolio includes a selection of my pieces.
Scale The Heights (2017) - Winning piece in the University of Birmingham School of Engineering Art Competition
Bexwell Feast Poster (2018)
EMSIG Brand (2017) - Logo, marque, and brand guidelines for the UK-based Electromagnetic Systems Interest Group
Echolocate (2017) - Promotional image for a computational biology journal paper on human echolocation
Night Before Twitchmas (2018) - Promotional banner for a 24 hour charity livestream
The Cube, Birmingham (2018)