J Kieran Phillips

Software Research Engineer
Data Innovation Research Institute

School of Physics and Astronomy

Ground Floor Back, 53 The Parade

An R&D software developer and mathematician by background, Kieran has qualifications with distinction in mathematics/theoretical physics (Cambridge University, the Centre for Mathematical Sciences), is formerly senior scholar of Trinity College Cambridge, and was senior engineer for computational complexity economics programmes at the Institute for New Economic Thinking (INET), the Oxford Martin School, Oxford University.  Having a track record of solutions and insight into some of the most demanding and varied contemporary technical scientific problems in the world, Kieran's initiatives in software range from computational black hole growth and binary merger models to subwavelength-scale electrodynamics and nuclear physics simulations, computer perception and environmental reconstruction algorithms, next-generation beamforming hardware for mobile telephones, intrinsic simulations of developed economies, and consultancy for the same and other modern technical initiatives. His campaigns have been detailed to the Bank of England, the European Banking Authority, the Prudential Regulatory Authority, the International Monetary Fund, the OECD, commercial bodies the financial services industry, UK authorities and national and international universities.