Bio

Jack is a Research Data Scientist at The Alan Turing Institute. Before joining the institute he was a researcher at CERN in Geneva, Switzerland, where he completed a DPhil with the University of Oxford and a postdoc. His research contributed to the Compact Linear Collider (CLIC) project, one of the leading proposals for the future successor to the Large Hadron Collider. Specifically, he developed a system which stabilises the time of arrival of a particle beam, and used it to improve the stability of the CLIC test facility (CTF3) by a factor ten.

More recently, Jack worked on a data science project with the eyesight charity Fight for Sight, in which he investigating the impact of their research by using natural language processing techniques on research publications.

Research interests

Jack is eager to apply his experience in data analysis, modelling and machine learning to real world projects making a positive impact on people's everyday lives, and to help shape the data future of the UK.