I am a Postdoctoral Research Assistant in Computational Stochastics at the University of Oxford working with Michael B. Giles. My research is in the field of uncertainty quantification and computational and industrial mathematics, with a focus on multilevel (quasi-) Monte Carlo methods, partial differential equations with random coefficients and the finite element method. During my DPhil (PhD), I worked with Patrick E. Farrell, Michael B. Giles and Marie E. Rognes to quantify the uncertainty in numerical simulations of brain fluid movement in real-life geometries.
I am an extensive user of and occasional contributor to FEniCS, libsupermesh and Pragmatic.
A lay-man description of my DPhil research is available here.
FEniCS-based multilevel (quasi) Monte Carlo software for PDEs with random coefficients: click here.