data & cognitive science
I'm a part-time Experimental
Psychology PhD Student @ University
and a Senior Data Scientist @ dunnhumby. I'm also an Industrial
of the 1851
I'm interested in human decision-making and the ways it can be improved. My PhD research (in collaboration with Professor Brad Love and dunnhumby) aims to understand how people learn subjective preferences and use those to make decisions over time. I combine experimental psychology, big data analyses and cognitive modelling. You can read more about our research in this BBC article.
At dunnhumby, I develop and deploy machine learning models at scale. I'm particularly interested in model deployment, natural language processing and reinforcement learning algorithms.
If you would like to get in touch, please email me.
Several in preparation.
] How I became a Data Analyst... And then a Data Scientist... And then a PhD student @ UCL Career
[ Slides ] Conceptual Organization in the Supermarket @ Data Science Festival (Lightning Talks), Facebook, London. (22/11/18)
Understanding Customers Better Through Neural Network Embeddings @ DataMashup, London. (21/06/18)
[ Blog ] Solving the Problem of Product Similarity with Data Science, dunnhumby.com. (03/05/18)
[ YouTube, Abstract ] Understanding Customers Better Through Neural Network Embeddings @ Data Science Festival, London. (21/04/18)
[ Abstract ] Understanding Customers Better Through Neural Network Embeddings @ RE.WORK Deep Learning in Retail Summit, London. (15/03/18)
What is Customer Data Science? @ University of Edinburgh, CDT Data Science Day. (14/10/15)
] Industrial Fellowship, 1851 Royal Commission (2018)
[ Article ] DataIQ, New Talent Award (2018)
[ Profile ] Kaggle, Competitions Master (2016)
UCL, WHR Rivers Prize (i.e. 1st place undergraduate in Psychology) (2013)
UCL, Dean's List (2013)
Applied Machine Learning @ dunnhumby
Senior Data Scientist @ dunnhumby. (2014-)
Experimental Psychology, PhD (part-time) @ UCL (supervised by Professor Brad Love). (2016-)
Psychology, BSc (Hons) @ UCL, 1st (dissertation supervised by Professor Brad Love). (2010-2013)
[ Code ]
MNIST pixel in-painting (experimenting with RNNs in TensorFlow). ~2017
[ Viz, Code ] Visualisations of taxi journeys in Porto (experimenting with d3). ~2015
[ Homepage ] Fist year revision notes from my Psychology BSc at UCL. ~2011