I am a Dphil student in the Numerical Analysis group of the Mathematical Institute at the University of Oxford and of the Computational Mathematics Theme at the UKRI - Science and Technology Facilities Council. My research interests center on the realm of Numerical Linear Algebra. I find Krylov subspace methods super fascinating, and I used to be all about solving linear systems. Lately, that's changing and I'm shifting more towards an SVD perspective. My big focus at the moment is on Randomised Numerical Linear Algebra, especially randomised low-rank approximations, and Numerical Multilinear Algebra, especially Tensor-Train algebra. Meanwhile, I'm still feeding my curiosity for numerical solvers of non-autonomous ODEs.
The main focus is on Randomised Numerical Linear Algebra. Supervisor: Prof. Yuji Nakatsukasa. The research is conducted in collaboration with UKRI - STFC, Computational Mathematics Theme and is being co-supervised by Dr. Hussam Al Daas.
Graduated with honours.
Thesis: Numerical approximation of the time-ordered exponential for spin dynamic simulation, Supervisor: Dr. Stefano Pozza.
Double Master Thesis 4EU+ Program - Sorbonne University, Paris.Numerical Approximation of the Time-Ordered Exponential for Spin Dynamic Simulation, slide.
Lecturer: Prof. Coralia Cartis.
Lecturer: Prof. Jared Tanner.