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George Gordon completed his Ph.D., focussing on novel distribution strategies for radio-over-fibre distributed antenna systems, in the CPS in 2013. He was supported by a Rutherford Foundation Scholarship from the Royal Society of New Zealand. Prior to this he received a BEng (Electrical and Electronic) from the University of Auckland. His research interests include distributed antenna systems, wireless MIMO and, more recently, mode-division multiplexing in optical fibres, for which he was awarded a 2013 SET for Britain prize by the Parliamentary and Scientific Committee of the House of Commons. During his Ph.D. George was a member of Trinity College and was MCR President. George was recently awarded a 3-year Henslow Research Fellowship, to be taken up at St. Edmund's College, Cambridge.

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