In October 2016 David started the first year of his Phd as part of the four year MASDOC programme (an Msc and PhD programme in maths and statistics) at the University of Warwick. In the year 2015/6 David completed the Msc portion of the MASDOC programme submitting a dissertation on the Lamperti transform of self-similar Markov processes. Previously, David completed an undergraduate MMath degree at the University of Bath, between October 2009 and June 2013, taking modules across a range of subjects. For the two years between graduating from his undergraduate degree and commencing study at Warwick he worked within the Market Risk Management and Analysis department of an investment bank.
David's reasearch interests are in probability, in particular looking at self similar and multiplicatively invariant Markov processes and their applications. This follows his Msc dissertation on the Lamperti transform of self-similar Markov processes. He also undertook a research study group focusing on multi-server queueing theory.
Outside of Mathematics he enjoys long distance running and ran the Bath Half in 2013 & 2015. He also enjoys spending time on the coast including walking and surfing.