I am looking for motivated PhD students and postdocs who are interested in computational statistics and generative models. There is a number of funding opportunities -- please get in touch if you are interested in working with me.
Aside from standard studentships, you can apply to
- StatML: EPSRC CDT in Modern Statistics and Statistical Machine Learning at Imperial and Oxford
- Random Systems CDT: Joint Imperial-Oxford CDT for training the next generation of interdisciplinary experts in probability, stochastic analysis
- Through Martingale Foundation
- Imperial IX, AI in Science fellowships (postdoc)
There are also other postdoctoral opportunities at Imperial. Please get in touch with me if you are interested so we can discuss an application.
There are also multiple other ways to work with me if you are not at the PhD level.
M4R/JMC (Imperial) students
I aim at taking one or two M4R/JMC students each year. If you want to work with me, please get in touch before the summer. Also it is important to note that I prioritise students who took my 3rd year module Stochastic Simulation as this course contains the basics of the topics I work on. Therefore, consider taking this module! If during or after the module you decide that you are interested in doing this, please contact me and send your CV. It would be also great if you can send me any prior work/report/github repo etc.
MSc (Statistics - Imperial) students
It is usual that MSc projects each year start early summer. However, my preference is to start discussing earlier so if you want to guarantee that I have a spot for you, please contact me earlier and send me any prior work/report/github repo. While we may not start working, we may explore a few topics and you can do some reading setting you up for the MSc project.
M3R: Similar to above, I prioritise students who took my module. The advice is similar to M4R, please see above.
For M2R students, I am open to pursue a project if you are motivated. Please let me know what kind of work attracts you when getting in contact (theory or applied) and please give your background (e.g. CV).
While I do not have preset topics for a UROP, I am interested in hearing from motivated students. If you are interested in sending an email for this, please write in the email (i) what interests you most, (ii) add your CV, (iii) share any reports/documents from previous UROPs or any Github repos you can show to demonstrate your background.
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