Ms Arianna Salili-James
Doctoral researcher in the department of Mathematics with supervisors Matthias Maischak at Brunel University London and Stephen Marsland at Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand. Research is in the area of mathematical shape analysis, with a focus on applying methods of shape matching to classify real-world data, such as images of ancient vases or spectrograms from the birdsong of endangered birds.
Arianna obtained a Mathematics MSci degree from King's College London in 2017 before joining Brunel University London. Her master's thesis was in differential geometry, in particular, the geometries of soap bubbles.
Interests include: shape analysis, conservation technologies, imaging, applications of differential and Riemannian geometry, machine learning.