I am a 2nd-year PhD student in the Statistical Machine Learning Group at UCL, advised by Professor Marc Deisenroth. Previously, I read the MSc in Statistical Science at Oxford University, advised by Professor Dino Sejdinovic where I worked on Optimal Transport. Prior to that, I studied the BSc in Mathematics at Imperial College London. My research interests include Optimal Transport, Reinforcement Learning, Gaussian Processes, Time Series and Generative Models.
PhD in Machine Learning, 2019-2023
University College London
MSc in Statistical Science, 2018-2019
BSc in Mathematics, 2015-2018
Imperial College London
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