I studied Mathematics as an undergraduate at the University of Nottingham from 2013-2016, then took a Masters in Mathematical Modelling for Transport at the University of Leeds in 2016-2017. Having been granted a Doctoral Scholarship I am now a PhD student at the University of Leeds.
The focus of my research is on developing mathematical models which aim to predict driver route choice on road networks and consequently the distribution of traffic. Specifically, my research focuses on developing the Path Size Logit route choice model which aims to capture the correlation between routes.
- BSc Mathematics, First Class. University of Nottingham
- MSc Mathematical Modelling for Transport, Distinction. University of Leeds.
Research groups and institutes
- Spatial Modelling and Dynamics