I am a lecturer in statistics at Lancaster University.
Teaching (2013-14): MATH230 (Probability) and MATH550 (Statistics in Practice). Teaching page.
Admin (2013-14): Tutor for the MSc in Statistics. From 2007 to 2012 I was Admissions Tutor for the MSc in Statistics.
interests include Markov Chain Monte Carlo (theory and methodology), Markov jump processes and diffusions,
hidden Markov Models and spatial statistics.
Here are my
Here is the page for the Lancaster University computational statistics group.
Pseudo-marginal MCMC is a very exciting area at the moment - here is a simple explanation.
During my PhD I found out a little about
filters. Here is an introduction
to the SIR and ASIR filters - an explanation for beginners.
Click here for a potted career history,
and here for other stuff.
last updated 4th Oct 2013