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- About Me
- I am a third year PhD student in the Department of Mathematics, supervised by Professor Deanna Needell. I graduated with my Bachelor's and Master's degrees from the University of Cambridge in 2018, where I was a member of Trinity College. I'm British, and outside of math I'm a huge fan of fitness, the great outdoors, and the Los Angeles Dodgers.

- Current Teaching
- Spring 2021: Math 170S with Prof. Tyler Arant

- All Teaching
- I love teaching math and I strive to create an engaging, inclusive, and supportive classroom. You can see a sample of my evaluations here.
- Spring 2021: Math 170S with Prof. Tyler Arant
- Winter 2021: Math 170E with Prof. Sangchul Lee, Math 170S with Prof. Hanbaek Lyu
- Fall 2020: Math 31B with Prof. Adam Moreno, Math 33A with Prof. Rose Morris-Wright
- Summer 2020: Math 3C with Prof. Paige Greene
- Spring 2020: Math 3B with Prof. Paige Greene, Math 33A with Robbie Housden
- Winter 2020: Math 3C with Prof. March Boedihardjo, Math 33A with Prof. Oleg Gleizer
- Fall 2019: Math 3A with Prof. Marcus Roper, Math 3C with Prof. March Boedihardjo
- Summer 2019: Math 170B with Prof. Hanbaek Lyu
- Spring 2019: Math 3B with Prof. Paige Greene
- Winter 2019: Math 170A with Prof. Allen Gehret
- Fall 2018: Math 3B with Prof. Noah White

- Research Interests
- Mathematics of data theory, machine learning, network theory. I am currently working on Kaczmarz-type methods for solving linear systems, Laplacian systems and distributed computing, and the Sketch-and-Project family of methods. My background is in pure probability, I wrote my Part III essay (Master's Thesis) on the speed of the biased random walk on supercritical percolation on the n-dimensional integer lattice.

- Preprints & Publications
- "QuantileRK: Solving large-scale linear systems with corrupted, noisy measurement data" by B. Jarman, D. Needell. Submitted, 2021.