Amanda Matthes has an undergraduate degree in physics from the University of Heidelberg, where she wrote her thesis on superscalar out-of-order processors. She was a teaching and research assistant in the Computer Architecture Group of Prof Ulrich Brüning.
In 2019, Amanda joined the Autonomous Intelligent Machines and Systems Centre for Doctoral Training (AIMS CDT) at the University of Oxford. She is currently working on a low-cost open-source GNSS data logger for wildlife tracking. Her supervisor is Prof Alex Rogers in the Cyber Physical Systems group in the Department of Computer Science.
Awards, prizes and public engagement
Amanda is active in the Oxford University Physics Society (PhysSoc) and the Oxford University Powerlifting Club (OUPLC).