I am a second year PhD student studying at the Department of Computer Science, University of Warwick, supervised by Graham Cormode and Carsten Maple. I graduated from the Mathematics Institute, University of Warwick, in the summer of 2019 with a BSc in Mathematics. I am a member of the Division of Theory and Foundations where research is concerned with the Design and Analysis of Algorithms, Complexity Theory, Logic, Automata and Formal Verification.
My research area is privacy-enhancing technologies (PETs), specifically Differential Privacy. I am currently working on developing differentially private methods for releasing aggregated multi-dimensional messages.
2020/21 academic year:
- Senior Graduate Teaching Assistant for the undergraduate module Programming for Computer Scientists (CS118)
2019/20 academic year:
- Workshop/Demonstration Leader for the undergraduate module Design of Information Structures (CS126)
- Online Tutor for the Warwick Online Learning Certificate (WOLC)
Conferences, Presentations and Prizes
- Warwick Postgraduate Colloquium in Computer Science 2020: Presentation on ‘Extending the Shuffle Model of Differential Privacy to Vectors’ won the prize for Best Long Presentation; was also a member of the Organising Committee and Session Chair for presentations in the 'Machine Learning' track
- Centre for Urban Science and Progress London PhD Mini-Conference 2020: Presentation on ‘Extending the Shuffle Model of Differential Privacy to Vectors’
- Academic Centres of Excellence in Cyber Security Research Conference 2020: Presentation on ‘Extending the Shuffle Model of Differential Privacy to Vectors’
- Newcastle UK Cyber Security PhD Winter School 2020: Poster session on 'New Algorithms for Differential Privacy'
- Warwick Postgraduate Colloquium in Computer Science 2019: Session Chair for presentations in the 'Theory, Foundations and Discrete Mathematics' track
- Centre for Urban Science an Progress London PhD Mini-Conference 2019: Presentation on 'New Algorithms for Differential Privacy'
- The Alan Turing Institute 2019: Presentation on the 'Scalable Assessment of Linkage Risks'
My office is MB4.17, located on the 4th floor of the Mathematical Sciences Building. To arrange a meeting, please email me at Mary.P.Scott@warwick.ac.uk.
Mathematical Sciences Building, University of Warwick, CV4 7AL