PhD in Statistical Science, Oxford-Warwick Statistics Programme, 2020
University of Warwick, UK
BSc & MSc in Econometrics & Operations Research, 2016
Maastricht University, NED
I am a doctoral researcher working at the nexus of computer science and statistics within the Oxford-Warwick Statistics Programme (OxWaSP) and a Facebook Fellow. Beyond, I am a visiting researcher at the Alan Turing Institute for Data Science and AI in London where I am affiliated with the London air quality project to support London’s Major’s office with data-driven policy. . My PhD project is jointly supervised by Theodoros Damoulas and Chenlei Leng. More information can be found in my CV.
My interests focus on scalable spatio-temporal inference procedures for data generating mechanisms in high dimensions that are ill-behaved or difficult to describe. In particular, I develop the next generation of on-line methods for complex dynamical systems that are affected by a multitude of phenomena such as non-stationarity, change points, model uncertainty, misspecification and outliers all at once. A more detailed overview is available here.