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Dr. Sandra Wachter

Posted on 14th January 2019

Dr. Sandra Wachter is a Researcher in Data Ethics and Algorithms at the Oxford Internet Institute, she is a member of the Ethics and Philosophy of Information research cluster and the Digital Ethics Lab. Sandra is also a Turing Research Fellow at the Alan Turing Institute in London. Her research focuses on the legal and […]

Dr. Neave O’Clery

Posted on 14th January 2019

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 […]

Dr Heather Harrington

Posted on 22nd August 2016

Dr Heather Harrington is a Royal Society University Research Fellow in Applied Mathematics. Her research focuses on the problem of reconciling models and data by extracting information about the structure of models and the shape of data. To develop these methods, Dr Harrington integrates techniques from a variety of disciplines such as computational algebraic geometry […]

Nina Otter

Posted on 1st August 2016

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.

Dr. Mariano Beguerisse Díaz

Posted on 20th July 2016

Mariano is a senior research fellow in the Mathematical Institute at the University of Oxford. His primary research interest is developing mathematical methods for the tractable representation of complex data systems. In particular, he is interested in directed networks, network inference, dynamics on/of networks, temporal networks, and going from meta-data to full-data descriptions. He develops […]

Dmitrii Pasechnik

Posted on 19th July 2016

Dmitrii Pasechnik is the Oxford lead researcher in an EU Horison 2020 project OpenDreamKit devoted to (digital) virtual research environments. He works on connecting optimisation software to computer algebra systems, and is an active developer of a computer algebra system SageMath. He has an extensive publication record in mathematics of optimisatopn and related fields, in […]

Efthymia Tsamoura

Posted on 18th July 2016

Efthymia Tsamoura received her BSc in 2007 and her PhD in 2013 with honours both from the Computer Science Department of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece. Before staring her PhD studies, Efthymia worked on problems related to multimedia analysis as a research staff of the Centre for Research and Technology Hellas. Since June 2013 she […]

Dr. Vidit Nanda

Posted on 30th June 2016

Dr Vidit Nanda is currently a post-doctoral researcher in mathematics at the University of Pennsylvania. Before coming to Penn, he received his PhD (also in mathematics) from Rutgers School of Arts and Sciences. Dr Nanda develops theories, algorithms and software for algebraic-topological analysis of large data sets, which arise from simulations or measurements made in […]

Dr. Mihai Cucuringu

Posted on 30th June 2016

Dr. Mihai Cucuringu finished his PhD in Applied and Computational Mathematics (PACM) at Princeton University in June 2012, where he was advised by Prof Amit Singer. His thesis was on the low-rank matrix completion problem and several distance geometry problems with applications to sensor network localization and three-dimensional structuring of molecules.  Dr. Cucuringu is a […]

Dr. Joss Wright

Posted on 14th June 2016

Dr. Joss Wright gained his PhD in Computer Science at the University of York, where his work focused on the description and analysis of anonymous communication mechanisms. Following this, he spent time at the University of Siegen in Germany examining security and privacy issues in cloud computing. Joss’ interests lie in the area of anonymous […]