Created in response to the twitter outcry after the untimely death of Aaron Swartz. Created by Patrick Socha and myself, using a variety of technologies and (P|S|I)aaS frameworks and providers to archive and aggregate open-access research material linked from Twitter.
A brand new project, with the intent on monitoring the state of the world's internet, specifically whether a country has been disconnected by their government in times of political unrest. Further information is available on the site itself: http://isdisconnected.info and the site's FAQ and this blogpost
This was developed as a personal project. Total development took approximately 6 months. This project gave me more experience with the creation of library based functions. The entirety of the project was written in C.
Recently I started developing a Qt4 GUI to interface to the original C drivers. This is now working and available on request.
This was a BBSRC funded studentship based at the University of Birmingham.
The model implemented a mathematical model of movement based on a chemical gradient. The model was written in C++, and maps of the gradients were produced with the R statistical language.
Some of these may be partially falsified, but Tom doesn't know either.