Dr Victoria Nockles

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DSTL Radio Frequency Fellow


Dr Victoria Nockles is the Dstl Radio Frequency Fellow at The Alan Turing Institute. She is organiser of the Institute’s machine learning for radio frequency applications special interest group. In previous roles at DSTL she worked as a SAR scientist on novel techniques for geospatial analysis and SAR capability development, and as a data science researcher. Victoria holds a DPhil from the University of Oxford in Earth Sciences specialising in studying intercontinental deformation using InSAR and a degree in geophysics from the University of Edinburgh. Prior to her PhD she worked in the oil and gas industry as a research geophysicist at PGS on the production and development of algorithms for the processing and inversion of electromagnetic data. Her research interests include machine learning, co-design of hardware and software, SAR, and the synthetic modelling of complex physical processes.