Research interests: Applied statistics, specifically medical statistics
Jenovah studied his undergraduate degree at the University of Edinburgh where he focused on Bayesian models, especially as they relate to forensics. He is particularly interested in the real-world applications of stochastic modelling and hopes to work on inverse problems. To complete his MMath he also worked on optimisation and is interested in tomography. Jenovah's extended project focused on furthering the results published in 'Bayesian Inverse Problems with Gaussian Priors' by Knapik, et al. He is currently working on linear inverse problems that have Gaussian noise (with heterogeneous variance). He also enjoys badminton.