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Hi. I'm Matt.

I'm a Postdoctoral Research Fellow in the Department of Mathematical Sciences at the University of Bath.

I study information theory. I look at applying information theory to combinatorial group testing problems. I'm also interested in ways of coping with interference in large multiuser communications networks.

You might like to look at some of my papers or learn about my research.

You can also find me on the arXiv or on Google Scholar.

Recent Updates

November 2015: A preprint of my paper Performance of group testing algorithms with constant tests-per-item, with Oliver Johnson and Jonathan Scarlett, is now available here.

October 2016: I am teaching MA40024: Measure Theory and Integration with Matt Roberts this term.

July 2016: I presented my paper Improved group testing rates with constant column weight designs (with Oliver Johnson and Jonathan Scarlett, preprint at arXiv:1602.03471 [cs.IT]) at ISIT 2016.

February 2016: A preprint of my paper Improved group testing rates with constant column weight designs, with Oliver Johnson and Jonathan Scarlett, is now available at arXiv:1602.03471 [cs.IT]).

November 2015: A preprint of my paper The capacity of Bernoulli nonadaptive group testing is now available at arXiv:1511.05201 [cs.IT].

October 2015: My paper Almost separable matrices with Leonardo Baldassini and Karen Gunderson in the Journal of Combinatorial Optimization is now published online at doi:10.1007/s10878-015-9951-1. (Preprint at arXiv:1410.1826 [math.CO].)