Address:Huxley BuildingDepartment of ComputingSouth Kensington CampusImperial College LondonSW7 2AZUnited Kingdom
Email:ep1011 at ic dot ac dot uk
I have a broad range of research interests, but I focus mostly on the following topics and their possible intersection:
Group Equivariant Neural Networks
Group Representation Theory and Invariant Theory
I like to show how combinatorial objects and combinatorial structures, which typically appear in the pure mathematics realm, can be used to provide a theoretical background for topics of a practical nature; most notably, for group equivariant neural networks.
I am currently studying for a PhD in Computer Science at Imperial College London under the supervision of Professor William J. Knottenbelt, with an expected end date of March 2024.
I was awarded a Doctoral Scholarship funded by the Department of Computing Applied Research scheme.
I recently undertook a summer internship at Riverlane, Cambridge, as a Quantum Scientist in their Fault-Tolerance division. I worked on solving design and decoding problems in quantum error correction.
Prior to this, my most recent experience in industry was with BlueCrest Capital Management, a Global Macro Hedge Fund, where I was a Risk Analyst. I was also a Trading Assistant for a Jersey-based, Systematic, G10 Rates Portfolio at BlueCrest.