Phone: 0121 204 3922
Room number: MB 314D
I joined Aston University in September 2006 where I completed my PhD in May 2011 on the stochastic emulation of computer models. Prior to that I was working in Microsoft Corporation as a software design engineer on the query processor components of the SQL Server database product. A full list of publications and my CV >
Qualifications & Education
- PhD, Statistics and Information Engineering University of Aston, Birmingham, United Kingdom, expected time Spring 2010. Thesis Advisor: Dan Cornford Title: Emulation of Random Output Computer Models
- BSc in Software Engineering, First Class, University of Newcastle Upon Tyne 1999, United Kingdom
- 1999-2006: Software Design Engineer in the Query Processor of SQL Server, Microsoft Corporation, Seattle, Washington, USA.
- Transition Mathematics for Engineers (AM11EM). Teaching assistant. 2010.
- Linear Algerba. Teaching Assistant.
- Probabilistic Modelling (AM40PM), MSc in Mathematics of Complex Systems. 2011.
My research interests lie in the area of non-parameteric Bayesian modelling of random output computer models. In particular I am investigating the extension of the Gaussian Process formalism to model complex output distributions utilizing a sound experimental design strategy. I am part of the MUCM and ARCHA research groups.
Recent research funding
I have been funded through the following projects: