I’m a PhD student at the University of Cambridge, interested in solving theoretical and computational problems in cosmology. I earned my BA and MSci degrees from the University of Cambridge, where I studied theoretical and experimental physics.
My research interests included numerical methods for the fast solution of ordinary differential equations with highly oscillatory solutions; vacua in curved, expanding spacetimes; and applying machine learning tools to forecast sea ice loss in the Arctic.
On these pages you’ll find:
- a summary of the research projects I’ve been involved in
- a list of my publications and posters
- my cv
- upcoming and past events I attended
- and finally some thoughts on research, coding practices, etc. in the form of a blog below!