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Matt

I’m currently a postdoc at the University of Warwick, in the UK. I work on Bayesian computational methods for inverse problems in image analysis and Raman spectroscopy. My PhD thesis involved segmentation of cone-beam CT scans using informative priors and approximate Bayesian computation (ABC). I completed my doctorate at Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, Australia. My supervisors were Kerrie Mengersen and Fiona Harden.

Prior to commencing my PhD, I was involved in the Visible Cell project at the Institute for Molecular Bioscience. I’ve also worked in R&D for various international companies: writing software for editing a 3D wireframe mesh of a human face; a multimedia search engine and a cable TV programme guide using speech recognition; and an electronic medical records database based on the ANSI HL7 standard. My masters project investigated Gaussian mixture distributions of exhaled particles.