Ainsley Miller


  • United Kingdom


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Personal Statement

In 2019, I started off in the Department of Mathematics and Statistics as a Teaching Assistant. I successfully defended my PhD Thesis in November 2019, this was an interdisciplinary project between the department of Electronic and Electrical Engineering, the department of Mathematics and Statistics and the National Physical Laboratory. My collaborative research focused on reducing the measurement errors involved in the manufacture of high value goods. To achieve this an inverse problem was solved using a Bayesian approach. 

I graduated in 2015with a BSc (Hons) in Mathematics, Statistics and Economics from Strathclyde.

Teaching Interests

Recent teaching activities:


Undergraduate courses:

MM101: Introduction to Calculus

MM104: Statistics and Data Presentation

MM106 & BM110: Essential Statistics

MM116: Mathematics 1c

MM401: Communicating Mathematics and Statistics

MM404: Experimental Design (Statistical Modelling and Analysis)

MM415: Medical Statistics


Postgraduate taught courses:

MM914: Foundations of Probability and Statistics



Academic / Professional qualifications

I am currently working towards my PG Cert in Learning & Teaching in Higher Education. Classes within the PG Cert are accredited by the Higher Education Academy to lead to professional recognition at Associate Fellow of the HEA (AFHEA)



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