Sean MaloryPhD student
I finished my MMath at the University of Oxford in 2012, where in my final year I completed a dissertation on Lieb-Robinson bounds which are bounds used in Quantum Information/Computation theory. All of the courses in my final year were related to Computational Mathematics.
At the end of my third year on the MMath I completed a summer project on investigating Isospectral regions using finite difference schemes, supervised by Andrew Wathen. At the end of my fourth year I completed a summer project on inverting the Binomial distribution to find binomially randomly distributed numbers using parallel programming implemented on GPUs, supervised by Mike Giles.
- Modelling and Inference
- STOR-i Centre for Doctoral Training