I am a first year PhD in Bioinformatics at UCL. Bioinformatics is a multi-disciplinary subject overlapping Mathematics, Computer Science, and Biology. As part of my studies, I had the chance to supervise and teach undergraduates or postgraduates students in both Machine Learning (Mathematics and Computer Science) and Robotics (Computing).
Much like my PhD subject, my academic background is rich and varied. I am originally from France but moved to the UK late 2014 for a master at Oxford University in Applied Mathematics and worked for a year in a british company before choosing to go back to studying. In France, I obtained a general engineering master degree during which I studied in-depth subjects such as Computer Science, Mechanics, Physics, and Mathematics.
My experience and knowledge makes me a versatile and perfectionist tutor. I believe highlighting the relevance of the notions studied with concrete, everyday applications is of crucial importance to motivate student and my applied science background helps me to make connection not always clear from a theoretical standpoint.
Considering my research hours, I am available to tutor in the evening from 6pm. However, my hours are more flexible during the month of August.