Research interests

James joined The Alan Turing Institute in April 2021 as a Senior Research Associate. His research is focussed on modelling the spread of COVID-19, using an individual-based modelling approach to estimate the impact of control strategies and help inform policy making. Previously he was a postdoctoral researcher in mathematics at the University of Luxembourg, working in the areas of stochastic analysis and differential geometry, before which he completed a PhD in mathematics at the University of Warwick.