The English School Nicosia
8 IGCSEs, 5 A-levels, BSc (Hons) Mathematics with Statistics for Finance (First Class) - Imperial College London, MSc Management - London Business School
Undergarduate Statistics' Reseasrcher at Imperial College London, Summer Intern at KPMG Cyprus
Graduate Mathematical Modeller
A passionate Data analyst
I live in East Cambridgeshire with my girlfriend. Even though we don’t have any pets, we both like cats and dogs! My favourite pizza is 4 cheese! Since March the 2 of us have a movie night every Saturday evening!
How I Use Maths In My Job:
I am a graduate mathematical modeller and hence I use probability and statistics almost every day!
I use maths and statistics to create dashboards presenting data in a user friendly way.
I spend most of my time coding and building tools for clients. I also have meetings with colleagues where we discuss the progress with the project and agreeing the way forward.
My Typical Day
During my day I process data, code and create dashboards.
I normally start work at 9am. I start with reading my emails. Then, I process and clean data, attend meetings and create visualisations. I usually finish work around 6pm.
What I'd do with the prize money
Helping children who have limited access to mathematical resources.
How would you describe yourself in 3 words?
Analytical, Athletic, Sociable
What or who inspired you to follow your career?
My parents and teachers at school
What's your favourite use for maths in everyday life?
Predicting the weather!
What did you think about Maths when you were in school?
Best subject at school
What did you want to be after you left school?
Were you ever in trouble at school?
If you weren't doing this job, what would you choose instead?
Who is your favourite singer or band?
What's your favourite food?
What is the most fun thing you've done?
Zipline in the world's biggest ski jumping hill in Planica, Slovenia
If you had 3 wishes for yourself what would they be? - be honest!
1) More hours in a day, 2) Teleportation, 3) Living in a cottage in the Alps
Tell us a joke.
How many times can you subtract 4 from 40? Once. The next time you would be subtracting 4 from 36!