Liverpool University (2002-2006)


View from MSc office: The iconic Victoria Building which gave rise to the term “Red Brick University”

2005: BSc in Mathematics (1st,Hons)

2006: MSc in Mathematics (Distinction)


Manchester University (2006-2012)


View from PhD office: You could see right across the city, including Manchester City’s ground

2010: Submitted PhD thesis

2011: Defended PhD thesis, Casual Researcher post, Submitted corrected thesis

2012: PhD in Applied Mathematics


Liverpool University (2014-present)

Most of Andrew’s recent work has been collaborative. Andrew currently carries out his research at the University of Liverpool in a voluntary capacity.

This work has earned prestigious honours and awards.

2014: IMA Early Career Mathematicians Catherine Richards Prize Winner

2015: IMA Early Career Mathematicians Catherine Richards Prize Winner

2017: Neural Correlate Society Best Illusion of the Year Contest Honorable Mention Award*

* Article about Contest’s first ever honorable inclusion (with link to video) can be found here at Scientific American.