Hello, and welcome to my academic homepage!
Currently, I am a Senior Fellow at the Faculty of Natural Sciences, Imperial College London.
I am lecturing the course "Applied Probability", and supervising projects in statistics and machine learning.
Additionally, I am developing parts of Imperial's new "MSc in Data Science", launching in 2019.
Previously, I was freelancing in the industry as a software developer, specialising in natural language processing.
I obtained a Mathematics PhD from the London School of Economics, where I also taught for a number of years.
Last updated Sept, 2018
Matchings and Covers of Multipartite Hypergraphs (pdf).
Also, 500 lines of - hopefully readable - python code that verifies all computational claims in my thesis.
Applied Probability (M3S4)
Tuesday lecture: 09:00-10:00, Huxley 311.
Thursday lecture: 10:00-11:00, Huxley 340.
Friday lecture: 09:00-10:00, Huxley 340.
Office hour: 14:30-15:30 (Thursday).
|||A family of extremal hypergraphs for Ryser's conjecture.|
|Journal of Combinatorial Theory, Series A.|
|A. Abu-Khazneh, J. Barát, A. Pokrovskiy and T. Szabó.|
|||Intersecting extremal constructions in Ryser's conjecture for r-partite hypergraphs.|
|Journal of Combinatorial Mathematics & Combinatorial Computing.|
|Pages 81-104. Vol 103. 2017.|
|A. Abu-Khazneh and A. Pokrovskiy.|
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