Lecturer in Statistics
I am a Lecturer (Assistant Prof.) in Statistics at Lancaster University. Prior to this, I was a Postdoctoral Research Associate at Imperial College London, and completed my PhD at University College London in 2017. I also trained as an Astrophysicist at the University of St-Andrews where I received my MPhys in 2012.
My research interests can broadly be described under the heading of time-series analysis. More specifically, I work on:
- High-Dimensional statistics/time-series
- Optimisation algorithms for model-selection (usually convex)
- Spectral analysis and locally-stationary wavelet models
This year I will be teaching MATH451 Likelihood Inference, and CFAS420 Statistical Learning.
My research is often motivated by real-world applications. Click here for more details. I am always open to collaboration at both a corporate and academic level.