I am currently a Professor of Statistics at Newcastle University and a Turing Fellow / Group Leader on the Programme for Data-Centric Engineering at the Alan Turing Institute, UK.
Computational statistics - mostly Bayesian.
Inverse problems and probabilistic numerical methods.
Uncertainty quantification in engineering applications.
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Marina Riabiz, Postdoctoral researcher on a BHF-Turing Cardiovascular Data Science Award, joint with King's College London and the Alan Turing Institute, London UK. (Co-supervised by Dr. Steven Niederer and Prof. Mark Girolami.)
Liam Fleming, PhD candidate in the School of Mathematics, Statistics and Physics, Newcastle University, joint with the Alan Turing Institute, London, UK. (Co-supervised by Prof. Peter Gosling.)
[Recruiting], PhD candidate in the School of Mathematics and Statistics, University College Dublin, joint with the Alan Turing Institute, London, UK. (Co-supervised by Prof. Nial Friel and Prof. Mark Girolami.) [Advert] [Contact me for details]
Our paper Probabilistic Integration: A Role in Statistical Computation? has been accepted to appear, with discussion, in Statistical Science.
Our paper Bayesian Probabilistic Numerical Methods received a Best Student Paper award for Jon Cockayne (Warwick) from the ASA Section on Bayesian Statistical Science; January 2018.
I was awarded the biennial Research Prize of the Royal Statistical Society for 2017.
I was selected for an Outstanding Reviewer Award at NIPS 2017.