About Me

I am an Assistant Professor in the University of Nottingham with a secondment in the Trustworthy Autonomous Systems research hub. This site serves as a point of contact to find me.

Throughout my admittely short career I have had the chance to work in several teams and interact with people of many backgrounds: software engineers, computer scientists, petroleum geologists, education researchers, linguists, and many I am forgetting. This has given me a strong taste for interdisciplinary, collaborative research. If you share this taste and are looking for a collaboration, feel free to get in touch with me. That is the case whether you are an academic looking for a collaboration or an industry professional - I do not discriminate.


My scientific interests revolve around applied interdisciplinary research involving machine learning. I am particularly interested and open to collaborative work in the following topics: interpretable machine learning, digital humanities (argument mining, social media mining, disinformation detection), and digital health (physiological data, mental health). I am currently involved in multiple projects:

I also take part in the Brain Data Group through joint work with Johann Benerradi, as well as the Cyber-physical Health and Assistive Robotics Technologies (CHART) Research Group through collaborations with Prof. Praminda Caleb-Solly.

I am currently co-supervising the following PhD students:

About letters of recommendation

I have a bad case of the referral fatigue so I will look for any excuse to avoid writing them. Here are a few tips you can use to trick me into writing them: