Prospective PhD students
Feel free to contact me directly if you are interested in doing a PhD with me as your supervisor. Please include a CV, a brief research statement, and an outline of the reasons you want to do a PhD with me.
A few example areas, various aspects of which I am currently interested in exploring with PhD students include:
- Asymptotic methods for improved inference in modern modelling scenarios
(e.g. high-dimensional models, functional regression, etc.)
- Dynamic and scalable estimation methods in exponential family models
- Missingness in regression and misclassification
The above list is in no way exhaustive and I am happy to discuss any suggestions and ideas you may have.
Information about doing a PhD in the Department of Statistics at University of Warwick, the application process and funding opportunities can be found here. You may also consider applying for a Doctoral Studentship under my supervision at the Alan Turing Institute. Calls for applications and application details usually appear here.
Current and past PhD students
Below is a list of my current and former PhD students, including students from other institutions who spend a significant part of their PhD working with me.
|Ms Zhenzheng Hu||2017-||jointly with Ioanna Manolopoulou||current|
|Mr Santhosh Narayanan||2016-||jointly with Petros Dellaportas||current|
|Mr Zhongzhen Wang||2016-||jointly with Petros Dellaportas||current|
|Ms Asma Saleh||2015-||current|
|Mr Alkeos Tsokos||2015-||current|
|Dr Sophia Kyriakou||2014-2018||completed|
|Dr Claudia Di Caterina||2014-2015||visiting PhD student | jointly with Nicola Sartori||completed|
|Dr Emmanouil Karimalis||2013-2014||visiting PhD student | jointly with Gareth W Peters||completed|
|Dr Stylianos Kampakis||2012-2016||completed|
Post-Doctoral Research Associates
Feel free to also contact me if you are interested in doing post-doctoral work with me. Please include a CV, a brief description of your research plans, and an outline of the reasons you want to work with me. Apart from posts that I may be advertising occasionally, there is typically a range of funding opportunities that can be explored for post-doctoral appointments, both ad-hoc and by submitting proposals to research councils. If you are interested in the latter, the earlier that you contact me before your intended start date the better.
Below is a list of post-doctoral research associates who are or have been working with me.
|Dr Gavin Whitaker||2017 -||with Ricardo Silva | 2nd advisor|
|Dr Thomas Bartlett||2016 -||with Ricardo Silva | host advisory team|
|Dr Hannah Frick||2015 - 2017|
More information on supervision of post-doctoral research associates, PhD students, and BSc/MSc project students can be found in my CV.