Margaret Duff

About Me

I am a First year PhD student, in the EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training in Statistics and Applied Mathematics (SAMBa) at the University of Bath.

My current working title is "Opening the Black-Box: Explanatory Models for Machine Learning." My interests include Machine Learning, Generative Models and Inverse Problems applied to Image Analysis.

I am supervised by Dr Matthias Ehrhardt and Dr Neill Campbell.


I completed my MMath at Emmanuel College, University of Cambridge graduating with a Distinction in Part III in 2018. During Part III, I took a range of course in Applied and Computational Analysis including: Inverse Problems, Numerical Solutions for ODEs and Distribution Theory, alongside courses in Perturbation Methods and Quantum Information Theory. My Part III essay was supervised by Dr Orsola Rath-Spivack on "Time Reversal Imaging in Inhomogeneous Media" and can be found here.


Teaching and Outreach

In the Acedemic Year 2018/2019, I tutored second year courses in Ordinary Differential Equations and Control and Vector Calculus and Partial Differential Equations.

Personal Information

Full Name:
Ms Margaret Duff
Dept of Mathematical Sciences
Job Title:
Integrated PhD Statistical Applied Mathematics
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Postal Address:
Ms Margaret Duff
4 West 1.11
Dept of Mathematical Sciences
University of Bath
United Kingdom