I am a first-year PhD student supervised by Prof. Graham Cormode and Prof. Carsten Maple (WMG). Before starting my PhD I graduated with a first-class MEng in Discrete Mathematics here at the University of Warwick.
My research interests lie at the intersection of computer security, data privacy and machine learning. I am mainly interested in the area of privacy-preserving machine learning (PPML) which seeks to develop ML algorithms to learn privately and securely from data which is often highly distributed among multiple participants. This is a wide-area and includes topics such as Differential Privacy (DP), Federated Learning (FL) and Federated Analytics.
- Cormode, Graham, Samuel Maddock, and Carsten Maple. "Frequency estimation under local differential privacy." Proceedings of the VLDB Endowment 14.11 (2021): 2046-2058. (Slides , Poster)
I am currently a teaching assistant for the following modules: