CV

(Last updated: August 2020)

Academic history

  • August 2020 — present: Chancellor’s fellow, University of Strathclyde, department of computer and information sciences
  • July 2019 — July 2020: Postdoctoral researcher, Max Planck Institute for Mathematics in the Sciences, Leipzig
  • June 2016 — June 2019: Postdoctoral researcher, University of Oxford, department of computer science
  • January 2015 — April 2015: Visiting Ph.D. student, University of Mannheim, department of economics
  • September 2012 — May 2016: Ph.D. student, Queen Mary University of London, department of electronic engineering & computer science
  • October 2008 — June 2012: Master and BA in mathematics & computer science, University of Oxford

Research funding

  • 2016–2019: EPSRC mathematics science research fellowship, grant reference EP/N021282/1, approximate value GBP 250 000

Publications

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Supervision – PhD

  • 2019–present: Elena Di Lavore, Tallinn University of Technology (co-supervised with Paweł Sobociński)
  • 2017–2019: Josef Bolt, University of Oxford (co-supervised with Bob Coecke and Michael Wooldridge), supervised to completion. Thesis title: Probability and nondeterminism in compositional game theory

Supervision – MSc

  • 2018–2019: Elena Di Lavore, University of Oxford (co-supervised with Jamie Vicary). Thesis title: Subgame perfection in compositional game theory

Teaching – as lecturer

  • 2019: Game theory (masters course) at MPI-MIS Leipzig (course designed and lecture notes written by myself)

Teaching – as TA

  • 2016: Quantum computer science (masters course) at Oxford
  • 2014, 2016: Automata and formal languages (compulsory undergraduate course) at QMUL
  • 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015: Functional programming (masters course) at QMUL

Community activities

Selected invited research talks

Other activities/skills

  • I am passionate about science communication, via my Twitter and blog
  • I speak English natively, and German conversationally (approximately CEFR B2)