Aaron has been a non-stipendiary lecturer in Mathematics at New College since October 2019. He is a DPhil candidate in the Department of Statistics and member of the Oxford Probability Group.
Aaron will tutor second year mathematics undergraduates taking Part A Probability and Integration.
Aaron's research interests lie broadly in probability theory with a specific focus on infinite-dimensional stochastic processes, e.g. stochastic partial differential equations or measure-valued diffusions. These objects are a natural choice for modelling systems arising in mathematical ecology and population genetics. His current work focuses on these applications.