My T&L-related roles in the Department of Mathematics at King's College London are:
Programme Director for Mathematics with Year in Industry
External Projects Coordinator for the MSc in Statistics
Assessment Sub Board Chair for the MSc in Statistics
I am currently involved in the delivery of the following modules on offer at King's College London:
Statistical Theory for MSc in Statistics (module leader: lectures, assessment, tutorials)
MSci project in Mathematics (supervision, assessment)
BSc Project in Mathematics (supervision, assessment)
MSc in Complex Systems Modelling (summer project supervision)
Current PhD students
Nicholas Wren will commence their PhD in October 2023, a programme supported through the prestigious Heilbronn Institute for Mathematical Research PhD partnership fund.
Chang Xu will commence his PhD in October 2023, fully funded through a competitive King’s-China Scholarship Council PhD programme. Chang Xu will be investigating dependence structures of extremal processes.
Xutian Yao will commence his PhD in October 2023, fully funded through a competitive King’s-China Scholarship Council PhD programme. This is an evenly split supervision with Prof. Michael Pitt at King's.
Constance Sharp's PhD research project on "Modelling and Analysis for Non-Stationary Time Series" is jointly supervised with Dr Davide Pigoli (King's College London). I am second supervisor.
This is a joint supervision with Dr Maria Kalli (King's College London), commenced in October 2022. I am secondary supervisor.
Former PhD students and Postdocs
Jessica Silva Lomba
Jessica held a prestigious PhD studentship from the Portuguese Foundation for Science and Technology, 2019-2022, the project "Contributions to Inference in Extremes Based on Moment Type Statistics" developed at the Centre for Statistics and Applications, University of Lisbon.
Jennifer was a PhD student at the EPSRC funded CDT in Mathematics of Planet Earth (University of Reading and Imperial College London), whose research project is concerned with detection of the effect of climate change on the likelihood of extreme rainfall/temperature events in Africa, and subsequently of adverse agricultural outcomes. The project also assessed the representation of extreme events in TAMSARv3. The system for TAMSAT-ALERT works by driving an impact model with multiple possible realisations of the weather, and then interpreting the resulting ensemble in terms of risk.
Jennifer's PhD was developed in co-supervision with Prof. Emily Black (University of Reading) and Dr David Walshaw (Newcastle University).
Between 2019 and 2021, Dr Konzen held a Postdoc position in the Department of Mathematics and Statistics at the University of Reading, as part of my EPRSC Innovation Fellowship.