Welcome to my departmental web page.
Research: I am currently a postdoctoral research associate affiliated with Computer Laboratory and Clare College, University of Cambridge. I have been previously affiliated with Cambridge Statistical Laboratory. I apply statistical modelling to study transport traffic, communication and energy systems. In particular, I am currently studying multipath and multicast communication protocols in mobile wireless ad-hoc networks. I am also interested in distributed energy storage systems with high penetration of renewables.
Broadly speaking, my research interests include stochastic modelling and statistical inference, as well as optimal experimental design problems; priority queueing systems with switchover times, polling systems; optimisation on graphs and networks; random matrix theory and its applications.
While I am currently looking into mathematics of communication, energy and power network systems, I have recently been working on the TIME-EACM project, which explored how sensor networks and distributed systems can be used in order to improve transport traffic management and control. In particular, I was working on statistical modelling and analysis of sparse urban transport traffic data.
My previous research includes a PhD in Operational Research on `Switchover Time Modelling in Priority Queueing Systems' and a PhD in Statistics on `Inference and Experimental Design for Percolation and Random Graph Models'. In my MSc thesis I was interested in the spectral analysis of sample covariance matrices: specifically, the dissertation discussed computational aspects and numerical realisation of the Tracy-Widom distributions as well as the solution to Painleve II differential equation (with realisations in R/S-Plus).
Teaching: In Lent term 2013-2014 I am teaching (together with Dr Richard Gibbens) an MPhil/Part III course Flows in Networks. As a College Research Associate at Clare College (since 2012) I provide supervisions in Part IA Maths B. I also supervised Part IA Computer Science Tripos students in Probability Theory, Part IB Mathematical methods for Computer Science and Part II Computer Systems Modelling students from Clare/Emma/Girton/Robinson/Selwyn/Sidney colleges.
My CV is available here.
- Coming up:
[Spt'14] Attending International Technology Alliance Annual Fall Meeting 2014, Cardiff, UK.
[Jun'14] Attending International Technology Alliance BOOTCAMP 2014, Newark, Delaware, USA.
- Previous talks and visits:
[Oct'13] Visiting IBM Palisades Conference Center in New York for an International Technology Alliance project conference, October 1-3, 2013.
[Sept'13] Presenting the paper "A Performance Analysis Study of Multipath Routing in a Hybrid Network with Mobile Users" (together with Richard Gibbens, Don Towsley and Yeon-sup Lim) at the 25th International Teletraffic Congress in Shanghai, China, September 10-12, 2013.
[Sept'11] Gave a talk Using velocity fields in evaluating urban traffic congestion via sparse public transport data and crowdsourced maps at Cambridge Statistics Initiative Special One-Day Meeting, Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences, Cambridge, UK, 26 September 2011.
[Jul'11] Gave a talk Bayesian Experimental Design for Percolation and other Random Graph Models at the Design and Analysis of Experiments Programme. Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences, Cambridge, UK, July 2011.
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