I am a Ph.D-educated data scientist, whose working career to date has encompassed academic and commercial research, software development, statistical consultancy, start-ups and technical management. My primary interests centre on machine learning and data analytic science, especially Bayesian statistics, and I have pioneered the development of a number of novel modelling techniques, probably the best-known of which is the "relevance vector machine".
In April 2016, I joined the University of Bath as Professor of Data Science in the Institute for Mathematical Innovation (IMI).
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I maintain this site for three principal reasons:
- to make available many of the scientific research papers that I've published
- to host a page dedicated to sparse Bayesian learning and the "relevance vector machine"
- I don't do Facebook or Twitter
Everything of interest should be available via the main menu above. If you spot any errors, omissions, or have any other general queries, please feel free to contact me.