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I was an undergraduate and then a PhD student in the Department of Statistics at the University of Warwick. In 2008 I moved to York as a lecturer.
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My research interests are primarily in applied probability, in particular coupling theory, perfect simulation and convergence rates of Markov processes. I have worked on the cutoff phenomenon for random walks (including "one-sided" card shuffles), interacting particle systems (bounding the mixing time of exclusion processes on hypergraphs), perfect simulation algorithms for multi-server queues and questions of stochastic stability (notably state-dependent drift conditions).
I'm always happy to be contacted by anyone looking to undertake a PhD in an area related to my research interests, especially mixing times of random walks and perfect simulation algorithms.