I am a DPhil candidate at the University of Oxford and at the Alan Turing Institute.

I am interested in two main strands of research.

  • The first focuses on studying deep probabilistic models, specifically their adversarial robustness and their ability to build representations that are factorisable and human-interpretable.

  • The second uses functional analysis and Langevin dynamics to study commonly used regularisation methods, such as Gaussian noise injections.


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Awards and Prizes

  • Winner Web3 Weekend 2021
  • Winner ETHOnline 2020
  • Winner HackFS 2020
  • Winner Imperial College’s Stephen Richardson Award 2017 - for the best MEng thesis
  • Winner Imperial College’s Governor Prize 2017 - for the best graduating student

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In my spare time I take pictures.