Annie Gray

I graduated in 2020 from the University of Bristol with a First-Class Honours degree in Mathematics (MSci) with a year studying abroad at the National University of Singapore. Throughout my degree I have studied both pure and applied mathematics, however, whilst in Singapore I focused on statistics. My final year project involved studying the hydrodynamics of swimming bacteria where I simulated the dynamics of systems close to thermodynamic equilibrium in LAMMPs and applied this model to immune cells.

I am currently working on a project supervised by Dr Patrick Rubin-Delanchy and Professor Nick Whiteley entitled ‘Exploratory data analysis of graph embeddings: exploiting manifold structure’, where I hope to discover more about the geometric features of spectral embeddings of graphs.

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