obtained my DPhil in Mathematics at Oxford under the supervision of Terry Lyons
focusing on rough paths theory. Following this I worked as a postdoc with Peter
Friz at TU Berlin where I primarily studied renormalisation
techniques in stochastic PDEs.
My research concentrates on stochastic analysis, which aims to study systems subject to random and highly oscillatory noise. I am particularly interested in singular stochastic partial differential equations and the recent development of tools which have provided a rigorous solution theory for many classically ill-posed equations. A common example of such an equation coming from statistical physics is the KPZ equation, which describes the behavior of a random growing interface.