I am a junior lecturer in Applied Mathematics at Stellenbosch University, South Africa. I am also a PhD candidate, where I focus on understanding how to appropriately regularise neural ODEs so that they are more computationally feasible and amenable to generalisation.
Prior to the above, I've worked as a software engineer writing complex events processing applications, as well as adding functionality to the framework on top of which those applications run. In addition, I also worked on various aspects of database integration.
I completed an MSc in Applied Mathematics at Stellenbosch University early 2020, where I tackled properties like a long-tailed data distribution and semantic ambiguity in visual relationship recognition. My experience with visual relationship recognition has inspired an interest in robust and generalisable visual representations.
|Dec 8, 2022||Awarded a poster prize at the 65th Annual SAMS Congress.|
|Oct 24, 2022||Research assistant position available [closed].|
|Oct 23, 2022||Invited to attend the Nobel Symposium on Predictability in Science in the Age of AI.|
|Oct 6, 2022||Hosted the Standard Bank Lab Hackathon.|