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Nineties

Dr Stuart Hendren, MMath, 1996-2000

Stuart HendrenThe four years I spent at Warwick were the most formative of my life. I thoroughly enjoyed my time there. I made great friends and only wish I could have kept in touch with more. I was inspired by the teaching of Prof. Roger Carter to do research in Finite Group Theory and completed my PhD at Birmingham under the supervision of Prof. Geoff Robinson. Now I work in the public sector applying what I learnt at Warwick to diverse subjects such as quantum information, uncertainty theories and artificial intelligence.
Wed 11 Apr 2007, 13:32

David Boyle, BSc Mathematics 1998-2000

David BoyleInspired by Maths at Warwick, David's background is in analytical problem solving. During university he took a year out as the elected Finance and Commercial Services Officer to run the Students Union's finances. After University he worked with corporate clients as a consultant and analyst for L.E.K. Consulting in London and Boston before transferring to the charitable sector to work for New Philanthropy Capital, helping to bring an analytical approach to the allocation of charitable funding.
Thu 30 Nov 2006, 14:20