I am a first year PhD student at the University of Warwick in the MASDOC Centre for Doctoral Training. I am supervised primarily by Jon Warren and also by Roger Tribe and Oleg Zaboronski.
My research interests are in probability theory and currently focused on systems of interacting Brownian motions, specifically Dyson Brownian motion or annihilating and coalescing Brownian motions. This has connections to random matrix theory, interacting particle systems and the KPZ universality class.
As part of the MASDOC programme, I completed an MsC at the University of Warwick in 2016. Before this, I completed an MMath degree at the University of Oxford in 2015. My final year dissertation was on applications of probabilistic techniques to fractal geometry.
Brunel - Bielefeld Workshop on Random Matrix Theory XII, Brunel University, December 2016.
Random Matrix Theory and Strongly Correlated Systems, University of Warwick, March 2016.
Probabilistic Models - from Discrete to Continuous, University of Warwick, March 2016.
Developments in Modern Probability, LMS - CMI Research School, University of Oxford, July 2015.
2016 - 2017, supervision of first year maths students.
Outside of maths, my interests include tennis, table tennis, chess and hiking.