Current Post-doctoral Colleagues
Simon Taylor (started July 2015)
Simon is working with me on the LETS (Locally Stationary Energy Time Series) project.
PhD Students: Current
Matthew Ludkin (started October 20114)
Matt is working on the development of changepoint methods for network data. His work is funded by DSTL.
Jamie-Leigh Chapman (started October 2014)
Jamie-Leigh is working on the development of novel changepoint methods, joint with Big Insights, University of Oslo.
Kaylea Haynes (started October 2013)
Kaylea is working on the development of novel changepoint search methods. Her work is funded by DSTL.
Lawrence Bardewell (started October 2013)
Lawrence is working on the development of changepoint methods for multivariate time series and is part funded by BT.
Ben Pickering (started October 2012)
Ben is based within STOR-i and is working on the development of multivariate changepoint methods. His work is part funded by Shell Research.
Daniel Koch (2014-2015)
Daniel worked with me on the LETS (locally stationary energy time series) grant during 2014-2015.
Matt worked with me during 2010-2013 on multiscale methods for nonstationary time series analysis and is now a Lecturer in Statistics at Lancaster.
Rebecca worked with me on the LETS (locally stationary energy time series) grant between 2011 and 2013 and is now a Lecturer in Statistics at Lancaster.
Ross McDonald (Awarded 2004)
Ross' thesis was on 'Combination in Supervised Classification Problems' [joint supervision with David Hand, Imperial], funded by an EPSRC CASE Award with Shell Research.
Rebecca Killick (Awarded 2012)
Rebecca's thesis was on "Novel methods for changepoint problems", funded by the EPSRC and Shell Research. Rebecca will take up a lectureship in statistics at Lancaster later in the year.
Aimee Gott (Awarded 2013)
Aimee's thesis was on "Wavelet methods for locally stationary data", funded by the EPSRC. She now works for Mango Solutions as an R consultant.
Sarah Taylor (Awarded 2013)
Sarah's thesis on "Wavelet methods for the statistical analysis of image texture" was jointly funded by the EPSRC and Unilever Research.
Karolina Krzemieniewska (Awarded 2013)
Karolina's thesis on "Classification of non-stationary time series" was jointly supervised by Paul Fearnhead and myself and funded by Lancaster University and Unilever Research. Karolina now works for Perceptive Engineering.
Erin Mitchell (Awarded 2014)
Erin recently submitted her thesis, jointly supervised by Paul Fearnhead and myself and was funded by Lancaster University and Garrad Hassan. Her work focussed on the development of time series forecasting methods for wind energy.
Tim Park (Awarded 2015)
Tim's thesis was on "Wavelet Methods for Multivariate Nonstationary Time Series". His thesis was funded by the EPSRC STOR-i Centre for Doctoral Training and Unilever Research. He now works for Shell.