Olga joined the Statistics group in April 2021 as a Research Associate. She is currently working on methodology developments in the area of multi-objective optimal experimental design.
After obtaining her PhD from the University of Southampton (UoS) in 2017, she worked as a statistical consultant on a range of data-management and modelling problems in transport and construction. Olga went back to academia in 2018, when she worked on a project with the School of Chemistry at the UoS, and then joined a collaborative project in material and aerospace engineering, focusing on bringing together computer modelling and physical experimentation that would provide the decision-making framework for optimal resource allocation in testing the composite aero-structures.
Olga’s main research interests lie in the area of optimal design and analysis of experiments, combining data from physical and computer experiments and Bayesian statistical methods and applications.
Research profile and publications