Conor Newton

In the summer of 2020 I graduated from the University of Bristol with an MSci in Mathematics, where I focused mostly on pure mathematics. I spent a large amount of my time writing software and involving myself in programming projects. In particular, I took part in a summer research project where I studied and implemented automated timetabling algorithms on the University of Bristol’s data set.

I joined the COMPASS CDT in September 2020 and I’m currently working on a project with Dr. Henry Reeve and Dr. Ayalvadi Ganesh titled Decentralised sequential decision making and learning.  This project considers a variant of the classic multi-armed bandit problem where multiple agents work collaboratively on a MAB problem.


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