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University of Oxford
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Radcliffe Observatory Quarter
Stochastic modelling of biological processes. Coarse graining individual based models at different scales. Transport on Networks.
Stipendiary Lecturer, Balliol College -
Probability (Michaelmas 2018).
Stipendiary Lecturer, Merton College -
Statistics and Data Analysis (Trinity 2018).
Graduate teaching assistant, Balliol College -
Probability (Michaelmas 2016 & 2017).
Introductory Calculus (Michaelmas 2016 & 2017).
Multivariable Calculus (Hilary 2017 & 2018).
Fourier Series and PDEs (Hilary 2017).
Statistics and Data Analysis (Trinity 2017 & 2018).
Departmental teaching assistant -
Mathematical Physiology (Michaelmas 2016).
Stochastic Modelling of Biological Processes (Hilary 2017).
Computational Mathematics (Michealmas 2017 & Hilary 2018).
Prizes, awards, and scholarships:
EPSRC Doctoral Prize Fellowship 2019-2020
EPSRC Scholarship 2015-2019
London Mathematical Society ECR Travel Grant 2018
QJMAM Fund Recipient 2018 (Conference Attendance)
Landahl Travel Award 2018 (Conference Attendance)
Dissertation Prize SysBio DTC 2016
Major / recent publications:
Wilson, D.B., Baker, R.E., and Woodhouse, F.G. Displacement of transport processes on networked topologies. SIAM J. Appl. Math. 79, 1892--1915, 2019.
Gunaratne, R.S., Wilson, D.B., Flegg, M., and Erban, R. Multi-resolution dimer models in heat baths with short-range and long-range interactions. Interface Focus 9, 2019.
Wilson, D.B., Baker, R.E., and Woodhouse, F.G. Topology-dependent density optima for efficient simultaneous network exploration. Phys. Rev. E 97, 062301, 2018.
Wilson, D.B., Byrne, H., and Bruna, M. Reactions, diffusion and volume exclusion in a conserved system of interacting particles. Phys. Rev. E, 97, 062137, 2018.
Engblom, S., Wilson, D.B., and Baker, R.E. Scalable population-level modeling of biological cells incorporating mechanics and kinetics in continuous time. R. Soc. open sci 5, 180379, 2018
Wilson, D. and Baker, R.E. Multi-level methods and approximating distribution functions. AIP Advances 6, 075020, 2016.