We are mathematician-physicists with interests in the Natural world. Our work abuts topics in engineering, statistics and computer science.
We study topics in mitochondrial genetics and ageing. We also study aspects of public health and partially observed networks.
Our work thus requires tools from Bayesian inference, stochastic processes, signal processing, network analysis, algorithmics and informatics.
If you would like to join us, contact me and click here for funding.
Tax payers support almost all our research and can learn about it here in our group blog.
Alistair Green (Ageing and Mitochondrial Genetics)
Ferdinando Insalata (Ageing and Mitochondrial Genetics)
Sahil Loomba (Partially Observed Networks)
Dane Wolf (Ageing and Mitochondrial Genetics)
Marco Esposito (Ageing and Mitochondrial Genetics)
Johannes Happenhofer (Partially Observed Networks)
Hetvi Jethwani (Ageing and Mitochondrial Genetics)
Rein Leetmaa (Ageing and Mitochondrial Genetics)
Aidan Marshall (Ageing and Mitochondrial Genetics)
Dr Alex de Figueiredo (Vaccination and Partially Observed Networks)
Dr Ben Ingledow (Immunology and Ageing)
Dr Florian Klimm (Single Cell Biology)
Dr Sarab Sethi (Comparative approaches to signal processing)
In 2012 I had the idea that Imperial could have a kind of Advanced Hackspace. I wrote a letter outlining my ideas. Following positive responses, and with the encouragement of Peter Childs, I wrote a grant for our Advanced Hackspace in 2013. Since 2014 this Advanced Hackspace is now active under the name ICAH and members of the Imperial community can join. Explore it here. This is a network of spaces, supported by skilled staff, where members of the college can make their ideas happen. In 2017 Imperial opened a dedicated Advanced Hackspace facility at its White City Campus. I'm now on the academic management team of the space.
I co-founded, with Caroline Colijn and Mauricio Barahona, the EPSRC Centre for the Mathematics of Precision Healthcare
It has a linked Mathematics in Medicine grouping.
We also analyse healthcare records provided to us by NHS digital to better understand the relationship between hospitalisations and signals from wastewater-based monitoring of SARS-CoV-2. You can find out more in our privacy notice: nhs digital privacy notice