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Nathan Judd

I am a final-year PhD student on the Warwick Maths & Stats CDT under the supervision of Dr Dario SpanĂ². Previously, I completed a BSc in Mathematics at the University of Kent in 2018 and an MSc in Statistics at Lancaster University in 2019.

My research concerns the construction of tractable jump-process priors. More specifically, constructing tractable jump-processes that possess or `inherit' properties of interest. More recently, I have also been interested in designing statistical tests for classifying the path-structure, dependence structure and self-adjointness of an underlying stochastic process for data coming from an assumed (time-dependent) model.

My research lies in the intersection between Statistics, Probability and Functional Analysis, i.e., proving statistical properties (of models) using probabilistic and functional analytic tools.