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Alastair Crossley

I am a second year PhD student in the Mathematics and Statistics CDT at the University of Warwick working under the joint supervision of Professor Andreas Kyprianou and Dr Emma Horton. My research interests lie in the field of probability and stochastic processes and I am involved in MaTHRad (Mathematical Theory of Radiation Transport: Nuclear Technology Frontiers), a five-year interdisciplinary research programme.

Before starting the PhD programme I obtained a MMath in Mathematics from the University of Bath in 2022. My master's thesis is titled "Stochastic Processes in the Theory of Cosmic Rays" and was supervised by Professor Andreas Kyprianou.

Aside from academics, I have a keen interest in rugby and enjoy CrossFit and Olympic weightlifting. I have also just stated dancing tango and salsa.


  • University of Bath - MMath Mathematics


2023-2024 Term 2
2023-2024 Term 1
2022-2023 Term 1


For the first and second term of the 2023-2024 academic year I have been a tutor for SMASH.

For the second term of the 2023-2024 academic year, Dr Emma Horton and myself organised the Branching Markov Processes reading group.

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Room: MSB 3.14