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Andrew Hilditch

I am a post graduate researcher at the University of Warwick in the Mathematics for real world systems CDT (MathSys). I am an Industrial Case (ICASE) student funded by a combination of EPSRC funding and funding from Thales GTS UK an engineering firm. The initial title of my PhD is Data-driven design of Robust, Resilient and Intention-based Scheduling Algorithms for Digital Railways


PhD Research:

I am working in the area of data science on large data sets. After processing the data I then apply analysis techniques to find applicable real-world solutions to the issues I have found. The data I work with is publicly available from Network Rail's Data feeds.


Background

I graduated from Manchester Metropolitan University in 2017 with a BSC in Mathematics and a few months later I started my studies at Warwick. The undergraduate degree course focussed mostly on applied maths and my final year project was on Controlled Drug Release from Swelling Hydrogels. This project looked at partial-differential equations in detail.

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Academic Supervisor: Professor Colm Connaughton

Industrial Supervisor:

Ian Bradshaw