I am a lecturer (assistant professor) in statistics and data-centric engineering in the Statistics section at Imperial College London. I am also a group leader for the Data Centric Engineering Programme at the Alan Turing Institute. My research interests lie at the interface of applied probability, computational statistics and machine learning, with a particular focus on industrial applications. I’ve worked in application areas ranging from cellular biology, chemical engineering, to predictive health management for complex engineering systems, aerospace and energy.
Before joining the statistics section at Imperial College, I was a lecturer in Probability and Statistics at the University of Sussex. Prior to this I undertook postdoctoral research with Greg Pavliotis (Imperial College) and Serafim Kalliadasis (Imperial College) and with Radek Erban (Oxford). I completed my PhD in September 2013 in Mathematics at the University of Warwick supervised by Andrew Stuart and Charlie Elliot.
PhD in Mathematics
University of Warwick
MSc in Scientific Computing
University of Warwick
BSc (Hons.) in Computer Science and Mathematics
University of Malta
Postdocs, PhDs and MScs
2019- : Pranay Seshadri (Research Fellow at Imperial)
2019- : Jonathan Cockayne (PDRA at ATI)
2019- : Henrique Hoeltgebaum (PDRA at ATI)
2018-2019 : Nikolas Nusken (PDRA at ATI)
2019- : George Wynne (cosupervised with Mark Girolami and F.X. Briol)
2019- : Enrico Crovini
2019- : Yanni Papandreou
2019: Enrico Crovini
2019: Yanni Papandreou