I am a Von Karman Postdoctoral Instructor in Applied and Computational Mathematics at the Department of Computing and Mathematical Sciences, California Institute of Technology (Caltech) in Pasadena, USA.
In July 2017, I completed my PhD at the Cambridge Centre for Analysis (CCA) Doctoral Training Centre, University of Cambridge and Imperial College London, under the supervision of Prof. José A. Carrillo and Prof. Clément Mouhot. A copy of my thesis can be downloaded here. I’m honoured to have received the 2016 Imperial College Outstanding Student Achievement Award.
Have a look here for a short video about some of my research to a non-mathematical audience, presented at the finals of the 3-Minute-Thesis Competition 2016, Imperial College London. For a one hour seminar about my PhD research, click here.
For more details about my research, have a look here.
- I’m organizing the workshop “Cross-Pollination in Mathematics Education” at the African Institute of Mathematical Sciences in Biriwa, Ghana, 29 April – 3 May 2019.
- I’m organizing this year’s Southern California Applied Mathematics Symposium at Calteach, US, 27th April 2019.
- As part of the special topics course on Optimal Transport that I’m teaching in Winter term 2019, I’m organizing a special seminar series on Optimal Transport.
- Together with Bamdad Hosseini, I’m co-organizing a minisymposium on “Inverse Problems in Machine Learning” (Part 1 & Part 2) at the SIAM CSE 2019 conference.
- As part of International Education Week, I’m giving a talk “A mathematical journey through Africa”, sharing experiences and insights from my participation in math and science outreach initiatives in Africa over the past few years.
- I have been invited as a guest speaker at Caltech’s Women Mentoring Women Program.