About me

I am currently a second year Ph.D. candidate at the University of St Andrews, under the supervision of Prof. Alan Dearle and Dr. Graham Kirby. My thesis focuses on the evaluation of Data Linkage methodology using statistically verifiable synthetic populations. I hold a BSc in Computer Science (also from St Andrews) with a dissertation exploring approaches to representing and querying probabilistically linked genealogies while considering the associated uncertainties and provenance.

I am also involved in the Qraqrbox research project which provides a distributed delay-tolerant content delivery platform powered by renewable energies. My wider research interests include, data linkage methodology, provenance, synthetic data, data science, and software engineering. I am funded by an EPSRC doctoral training grant. Our wider research is funded by the ADRC-S and the ESRC.

You can find my contact details below. Over the coming months I'll be adding further details about my research and teaching activities.

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  • Address

    Room 1.19
    Jack Cole Building,
    North Haugh,
    St. Andrews,
    Scotland
    KY16 9SX