Hannah is responsible for delivering statistical analysis and research for our clients and is due to graduate with a Master’s Degree in Statistics this June. During her degree Hannah gained practical experience in applying her academic skills to industry and real-world problems, both through a sponsored summer internship as a Code and Training Analyst for Liberty Mutual Insurance in the United States and in contributing to multiple Mathematics Applications Consortium for Industry (MACSI) projects at the University of Limerick, including leading a project to model profit for the Irish National Lottery as a function of human choice, human bias and the probability of number selection. Hannah is a keen coder and for her Master’s disseration developed open-source crime modelling software which has been submitted for publication as an R package called cRime.
Years of Experience
2 years’ post-graduate training and industry experience.
- Development of software with experience of multiple programming languages including R, SAS and Python.
- Specific experience developing R packages focussed on innovative crime modelling software – cRime.
- Application of a variety of statistical and mathematical techniques including generalised and general linear modelling, Bayesian modelling, and applied mathematical biology.
- Internship (Saltire Scholarship) with Liberty Mutual Insurance (June 2016 – August 2016)
Qualifications and Professional Body Membership
- MMath Statistics (Hons), University of St Andrews