Harry Strange BEng, PhD
Harry Strange is an Associate in our Electronics, Computing & Physics group.
Harry has experience drafting and prosecuting UK and European patent applications covering a range of technologies, with a particular interest in computer related inventions. He has expertise in the areas of artificial intelligence & machine learning, cyber security, complex software systems, and distributed ledger technologies.
Education & background
After obtaining his BEng in Software Engineering and PhD in Machine Learning from the University of Wales, Harry spent a number of years conducting post-doctoral research within the field of medical image analysis and machine learning. During that time, he published various papers relating to the application of machine learning and artificial intelligence to biomedical image analysis problems. He has presented his work at numerous national and international conferences and workshops.
Prior to joining Withers & Rogers, Harry worked for the Department of Computer Science at University College London. During his time there, he set up innovative interdisciplinary courses on neural computation, machine learning, and systems engineering. Whilst at UCL, Harry also held an honorary research position at Birmingham Children’s Hospital where he helped to develop protocols related to predicting the aesthetic outcome of cleft lip and palate surgery.
In 2016, and again in 2017, Harry was awarded the Microsoft Most Valuable Professional award for his contributions to Microsoft’s data platform work.
On a personal note...
Harry enjoys spending time outdoors with his family and is a keen middle distance runner. He is an ardent NFL fan, even though he supports the Detroit Lions.