BiographyI graduated from Cambridge doing BA Mathematics in 2006. I then completed the MPhil in Statistical Science in 2007, and am now part of the Computational Modelling Group, starting from October 2007. My current area of research is about sensitivities of particulate processes. Throughout my time in Cambridge, I have been a proud member of Girton College!
ref: Technical Report 109, c4e-Preprint Series, Cambridge, 2012 by Catharine A Kastner, Andreas Braumann, Peter L.W. Man, Sebastian Mosbach, George Brownbridge, Jethro Akroyd, Markus Kraft, and Chrismono Himawan
Ismael F. Bailleul, Peter L.W. Man, and Markus Kraft, Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics (SIAM) Journal on Numerical Analysis 48, (3), 1064-1086, (2010)
- Monte Carlo Methods Coventry, UK, 7th –7th March, 2011
CPGS: Coupling algorithms for calculating sensitivities of Population Balances
CPGS: 2008, supervised by Markus Kraft
PhD Thesis: 2012, supervised by Markus Kraft