Bio

Victoria Volodina is a research associate at the project “Managing Uncertainty in Government Modelling” at the Alan Turing Institute. As part of this project she works on developing practical tools to support government policy and decision making under uncertainty. During her PhD at the University of Exeter, she worked on developing new approaches in UQ such as nonstationary GP emulators and Bayesian Optimal Design for calibration (iterative refocussing).

https://emps.exeter.ac.uk/mathematics/staff/vv215