T A Wilkinson
This site is my home on the web and points to my various projects around the internet and in real life. Enjoy!
Tinker Tailor Soldier Sponge
I like to tinker with Linux, LaTeX and Windows.
You'll find guides on inserting equations into Word documents correctly, generating MR pulse sequence diagrams in LaTeX, setting up a media server and the like.
I semi-regularly go to events in fancy dress.
For the most part this section covers the time I dressed up as Thor but new content will be coming soon.
I am an airsofter though I don't get to go as often as I'd like. There will be more content coming in future.
I enjoy baking and making interesting cakes.
Stop by for MRI scanner cakes, giant versions of famous biscuits and anything else I put my mind to baking!
Hat of Many Things
My friend Mike and I have a podcast hosted on my blog. There we discuss random topics drawn from a hat with occasional guests. Recent topics have included the Brexit and Esports.
My friend Rob and I have a politics podcast hosted on my blog. We dissect the British political landscape on a fortnightly basis.
I am working on short Sci-Fi stories and speculative fiction set in the real world which are hosted at tawilkinson.com/author .
Sci-Fi Influences: Joss Whedon, H. G. Wells, Isaac Asimov.
I am working on short and longer Fantasy stories which will appear at tawilkinson.com/fantasy soon!
Fantasy Influences: J.R.R. Tolkien, George R. R. Martin, Neil Gaiman, B. A. Dearsley, H. P. Lovecraft.
I have completed a PhD in Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) at the University of Manchester. I now work for MR Solutions.
If you are interested in my research you can find me on LinkedIn.
I attended Warwick University from 2007-2010 reading Physics. I achieved a Second-class honours, upper division (2:1) B.Sc.
I concentrated on modules related to C programming, astrophysics, medical imaging and magnetic resonance.
I had an interactive CV powered by WordPress. This site used WordPress as a content management system allowing the CV to be ordered automatically by date, tags and categories. It also used a plugin to generate an interactive CV timeline.
This has now been replaced by the CV as part of this new wesbite. This website is built using Jekyll via Github Pages.
I have a YouTube channel called WYL2KM?* There I used to discuss the life of a PhD student and try to give advice to help people through their PhDs. Every fortnight I made silly videos and I posted personal vlogs and travelogs.
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