Andrew Markham is a postdoc in the Sensor Network group, Oxford University Computing Lab, working on the interdisciplinary WildSensing project (along with Cambridge Computing Lab and Oxford’s Wildlife Conservation Research Unit) which monitors badgers above and below ground using a variety of technologies. Prior to joining the comlab, he completed his PhD and BSc in electrical engineering at the University of Cape Town, South Africa, graduating with first class honours.  Andrew works on problems that lie on the boundary between the natural world and embedded technology, ranging from tagging penguins on remote islands to his more recent work on tracking badgers in woodland.