Designing experiments. Conducting research. Using quantitative and/or qualitative methods. Being interdisciplinary. Writing papers. Supervising. Sharing knowledge. Sounds good, right?

I do research I find interesting, without the traditional discipline restrictions. Don’t worry about topic alignment, I find (with help from domain-expert collaborators) it takes 3-6 months to get to know my way around an entirely new topic and deliver useful research. If you’re considering research that involves a tricky problem that may be interdisciplinary, benefiting from a highly numerate researcher, and require mixed methods, please get in touch. In exceptional circumstances I also write less formal reports or summaries.

Disciplines I’ve contributed peer-reviewed papers to include Computer Science (mostly Natural Language Processing), Medical (Pandemic modelling), Philosophy (specifically Semiotics), and Diagrams (towards my PhD). See my profile on Google Scholar.