Commercial Research Associate, University of Bath

Lorna holds a PhD in the behaviour of zero-crossings in continuous stochastic processes from the University of Nottingham and an MMath in Mathematics from University of Oxford.

Lorna has worked on a wide range of industrial mathematical problems, from analysing the decision making of chickens in commercial farms to modelling the outbreak of the swine flu epidemic. Her vast applied mathematical expertise includes statistical modelling, network modelling, probability and stochastic analysis. Specific research interests include the relative merits of – and the intersection between - stochastic and deterministic modelling, collective dynamics, complexity theory, network science, and econometrics.

Experience

  • –present
    Commercial Research Associate, University of Bath