Nick Pepper

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Post-doctoral Researcher


Nick is a post-doctoral researcher at the Alan Turing Institute, working on Trajectory Prediction and Uncertainty Quantification. He holds a PhD from Imperial College London, where his research, co-sponsored by the EPSRC and Airbus, focussed on developing Machine Learning methods for accelerating the design process of aeronautical components.

More recently, Nick was seconded to the NASA Langley Research Centre where he developed a novel Adaptive Learning algorithm for reliability analysis.

Nick also holds a master’s degree in Physics from the University of Oxford and an MSc in Computational Methods for Aeronautics from Imperial College London.