Margaret Duff

About Me

I am a 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 "Generative Models Applied to Inverse Problems". 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.



Teaching and Outreach

Here is the link to the 2021 SAMBa induction programming training.

Previous experience includes:


As part of the Centre for Doctoral Training programme, I completed an MRes in Statistical and Applied Mathematics with Distinction, graduating December 2019. As well as a range of course, I undertook small research projects with topics including: Automatic Malaria Detection, High Intensity Focused Ultrasound, Industrial Mathematics and Modelling and Mathematical Analysis of Social Dilemmas.

I completed an MMath degree 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.

Personal Information

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