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2021 Intake

Phd Topic
Supervised by

Phoebe Asplin

Investigating the role of symptom severity on health economic outcomes

Hear from Phoebe on the SBIDER Careers Podcast: 
Dr Ed Hill (Maths) and Professor Matt Keeling (Mathematics and Life Sciences)

Jack Buckingham

Designing actively robust products with Bayesian optimisation
Professor Juergen Branke (WBS)

Yueting Han

Thematic Network Modelling for Digital Ecosystems
Dr Paolo Turrini (Computer Science) and Dr Marya Bazzi (Maths)

Hengjian (Henry) Jia

Leveraging biomolecular simulations to understand and predict the Blood-Brain-Barrier permeability of drugs
Dr Gabriele Sosso (Chemistry) and Dr Phill Stansfeld (Life Sciences)

Rachel Seibel

Synthesising behavioural and epidemiological models and their methodologies to simulate predictive spread of infectious diseases
Dr Ed Hill (Maths and Professor MikeTildesley (Maths/Life Sciences)

Yi Ting Loo

Developing quantitative models of tissue morphogenesis using vertex models with boundary constraints
Dr Timothy Saunders (Medical School) and Professor Till Bretschneider (Computer Science)

Mark Lynch

Nash Neural Networks: Inferring Utilities from Optimal Behaviours in Epidemics
Professor Matthew Turner (Physics)

Andrew Nugent

Control of opinion dynamics in multiple dimensions
Dr Susana Gomes (Maths) and Professor Marie-Therese Wolfram (Maths)

Phurinut Srisawad

A/B testing with a changing context
Professor Jurgen Branke (WBS)

Hanyang Wang

Bayesian Optimization for Dynamic Optimization Problems


Professor Jurgen Branke (WBS)

MSc Only

Obed Nwachukwu:Graduated in 2022 with an MSc in Mathematics of Real-World Systems

Ryan Teo: Graduated in 2022 with an MSc in Mathematics of Real-World Systems