People

Dr. Neave O’Clery

Originally from Dublin, Neave O’Clery is currently a Senior Research Fellow at the Mathematical Institute at the University of Oxford. She was previously a Fulbright Scholar and Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the Center for International Development at the Harvard Kennedy School following her PhD (mathematics) at Imperial College. Neave is also founder and Editor in […]

Prof. Harald Oberhauser

Harald Oberhauser is an Associate Professor of Stochastic Analysis in the Mathematical Institute, a tutorial fellow at St. Hugh’s College, and an Associate Member of the Man-Institute for Quantitative Finance. He works on new mathematical approaches that can be used for statistical learning of systems that evolve under the influence of randomness. More generally, he […]

Prof. Dan Olteanu

Dan Olteanu is an associate professor in the Department of Computer Science and Fellow of St Cross College at the University of Oxford. He has also taught at University of California, Berkeley, University of Munich, Saarland University, and Heidelberg University. He received his PhD in Computer Science from University in Munich in 2005. His research […]

Prof. Michael A Osborne

Michael A Osborne (DPhil Oxon) is the Dyson Associate Professor in Machine Learning in the Department of Engineering Science, a co-director of the Oxford Martin programme on Technology and Employment, and a Faculty Member of the Oxford-Man Institute for Quantitative Finance, all at the University of Oxford. Within machine learning, he has published on active […]

Adilet Otemissov

Adilet Otemissov is a young ambitious mathematician from Kazakhstan who wishes to further his academic experience and intends to attribute his future’s work to mathematical research. He obtained his Bachelor of Science in mathematics from Nazarbayev University in Kazakhstan and then pursued a master’s degree at The University of Manchester. Adilet is an applied mathematician, […]

Nina Otter

Nina Otter is a 2nd year DPhil in Mathematics in the Topology and Mathematical Biology research groups. Her research focuses on using methods from pure mathematics (such as algebraic topology, algebraic geometry and category theory) to study data. Before coming to Oxford she studied mathematics at the ETH Zürich.