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I am a PhD candidate in the Operations Research & Financial Engineering department at Princeton University, where my research interests include mathematical statistics and probability theory. Currently I am working on statistical properties of series estimators and strong approximation theory with Matias Cattaneo.

Contact

Contact me by email at wgu2@princeton.edu with any questions! Other contact details are available here.

Biography

Originally from the UK, I obtained my MMath in Mathematics & Statistics from the Department of Statistics at the University of Oxford. I was supervised there by Mihai Cucuringu, and wrote my master’s dissertation on Motif-Based Spectral Clustering of Weighted Directed Networks. I am an alumnus of St John’s College.

Teaching

I am an Assistant in Instruction for the Princeton Fall 2020 class ORF 363: Computing and Optimization, taught by Amir Ali Ahmadi.

Software

I am an author of the motifcluster package for motif-based spectral clustering of weighted directed networks, available on GitHub for R and Python.