A short biography can be found here.

I am a PhD student on the Foundational Artifical Intelligence CDT at University College London, supervised by Benjamin Guedj at the UCL Centre for Artificial Intelligence and Arthur Gretton at the Gatsby Computational Neuroscience Unit.

My research interests include kernel methods, PAC-Bayes and generative models. I have recently focused on proving theoretical guarantees for kernel-based aggregated testing procedures.

Prior to starting my PhD, I received a Master of Mathematics from the University of Oxford and a Master of Science in Machine Learning from University College London.

I am affiliated with Inria through the Inria-London Programme and the Modal research team. I also organise the DeepMind/ELLIS CSML Seminar Series on Computational Statistics and Machine Learning for the UCL ELLIS Unit (European Lab for Learning & Intelligent Systems).