My Research on Heart Attack Prediction in Australia
Hi, I’m Harry Carpenter. Welcome to my website, where you can keep track of my research articles. Faced with my own health challenges, my Ph.D. focuses on mechanically analyzing the heart to accurately predict the onset of heart attacks, with further expansion to predictive maintenance of infrastructure.
I have a motivation for commercializing impact-driven academic research so that Australia may flourish as a global innovation hub. Read below for a bit of an overview of my research topics of heart attack prediction and sustainable development.
Westpac Future Leaders Scholarship
I was awarded a Westpac Future Leaders Scholarship for the duration of my Ph.D. studies. This scholarship means so much more than just funding to complete my studies; it is recognition that the path I am on has the potential to benefit my fellow Australians. But more than that, it is a doorway to reaching my full potential as not just a researcher, but as a brother, a neighbor, a friend and as a global, Australian citizen.
What Makes Me, Me?
Wooden Bowties to Heart Attacks
I make wooden bowties, love riding bikes, and am passionate about predicting heart attacks and sustainable development.
I also want to see research transition faster from the lab to the world and love to share my stories.
I finished my degree in engineering in Adelaide, including industry research into sustainable development.
Current Ph.D. Candidate
I have begun my Ph.D. under a Westpac Future Leaders Scholarship, on heart attack prediction.
I have found a love for communication and speaking, which I am pursuing as a public speaker.
To learn more about my research, contact me today.