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Ian Hamilton

I am a second year PhD student in the Department of Statistics at the University of Warwick, under the supervision of Professor David Firth.

My current research interests are in the area of network analysis, in particular rating and community detection. Outside of statistics, I have interests in sport, economics, politics, finance, organisational culture, law, philosophy, and education, and am always on the look out for how my research can intersect with these areas.

Prior to embarking on a PhD, I completed an MSc in Statistics at the University of Warwick, having returned to study after a career as a Foreign Exchange trader in London and Singapore. I hold a BA in Mathematical Sciences from the University of Oxford.

Content is presented here in the hope that it will not only be of interest to readers but may advance their own research ideas, as well as my own. In that spirit, if you are interested in understanding anything more or have suggestions or comments on my approaches, or even if you just enjoyed reading them, please do get in touch. If you use any of this in your own work please acknowledge appropriately.

Recent work
Presentations
Roles
Teaching
  • ST301/413 Bayesian Decision Analysis (T1 2019/20)
  • Academic Tutor - Widening Participation (Summer 2019)
  • ST111 / 112 Probability A&B (T2 2018/19)
  • ST116 Mathematical Techniques (T1 2018/19)
      Email

      i dot hamilton at warwick dot ac dot uk