Dr Alexey Koloydenko:
I work on computationally intensive applications of Probability Theory and Statistics, including non-Euclidean statistics (e.g. diffusion tensor MRI), biomedical imaging based on Raman spectroscopy and fluorescence to automate diagnosis of skin and breast cancers. I have also worked on hidden Markov models, most recently in the Bayesian framework, and algebraic methods in probability and statistics.
Dr Teo Sharia:
My research interests are in stochastic approximation, parametric estimation theory, statistics of stochastic processes, recursive estimation procedures, time series analysis, and in statistical methods in clinical psychology.
Dr Vadim Shcherbakov:
In general, my research interests are in probability and its applications.
In particular, I am interested in probabilistic models of multicomponent systems with interaction (e.g. multivariate Markov processes with interaction) and their applications (e.g. modelling competition between populations, the spread of infection etc). I am also interested in applications of probability to finance (e.g. local volatility models with discontinuities).