As of September 2020, I am a PhD student in statistics at Harvard, advised by Prof. Xiao-Li Meng and with the support of a Fulbright Future Scholarship.
Previously, I researched differential privacy (DP), other formal privacy methods and statistical disclosure limitation more generally in the Data Access and Confidentiality Methods Unit at the Australian Bureau of Statistics. In 2020, I was also on secondment to the Covid-19 Taskforce at the Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet.
Please see IAOS's interview with me about DP at National Statistical Offices or a short profile of me on the ABS's LinkedIn page.
In 2022, I was Teaching Fellow for STAT 288 - Deep Statistics: AI and Earth Observations for Sustainable Development
In 2017, I tutored two courses at the Australian National University (ANU):
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