I am a second year OxWaSP student supervised by Dr Adam Johansen and Dr Jere Koskela. I am working on theoretical properties of sequential Monte Carlo (SMC) algorithms. My current focus is on describing the particle genealogies embedded by various resampling schemes.
Before coming to Warwick, I studied my undergraduate degree in Mathematics at the University of Bristol.
2018/19 Term 1: ST301 Bayesian Statistics
2018/19 Term 2: ST111 Probability
Brown, S., Johnson, O., & Tassi, A. (2018). Reliability of broadcast communications under sparse random linear network coding. IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology, 67(5), 4677-4682.
My submission "Genealogies in Cakeland" (pictured below) won in the bake-off category Best Representation of Research at the 2019 Warwick Research Harambee.
Email: S.Brown.18 at warwick.ac.uk
Office: Statistics MSB 4.14