Hi, my name is Oliver Dunkley.
I'm a final year Master's student at the University of Cambridge, studying Information and Computer Engineering, with my research project working with the Signal Processing and Communications Lab on sequential Monte Carlo simulation and inference for limit order book data in high frequency finance.
I previously undertook research at MIT's CSAIL (where I studied as an undergraduate for a year in 2016-17) and my current interests are in statistical machine learning, deep reinforcement learning and Bayesian inference.
Previous work experience has been in state of the art deep learning problems at an insuretech startup, engineering computer vision solutions at a global sports technology broadcaster, and in a technical consultancy developing unique signal processing methods.
I'm originally from Hampshire, England, and currently living at Pembroke College, Cambridge. I love travel and have lived in the US and travelled the Americas, Central Europe, the Balkans and South-East Asia. I'm also a fan of photography, outdoor sports like cycling, running and skiing, as well as my dog, Rufus.