DPhil in Statistics student
I am a DPhil student in the Department of Statistics under Alison Etheridge. My research focusses on interacting, spatial populations. Such systems play a major role throughout biology, for example in the formation of embryos or the onset of amoebic dysentery. Particularly, I am interested in extending standard tools of stochastic analysis and population modelling. My goal is to employ novel mathematical methods to understand biological systems. I have a B.Sc. and a M.Sc. in Mathematics from the University of Bonn. I am supported by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council Doctoral Training Partnerships and by the Lamb & Flag Scholarship of St John’s College, Oxford.
- Mathematical biology, population modelling
- (Singular) stochastic partial differential equations