Ding Ning

Studying towards a PhD in CAMS
Location: Jack Erskine
Ding Ning

Supervisors:

Primary Supervisor: Varvara Vetrova
Co-Supervisor: Rachael Tappenden

Research Interests

  • Deep learning
  • Neural network algorithms
  • Spatial-temporal forecasting
  • Anomaly detection

Personal Interests

Road tripping, hiking, exploring national parks around the world, searching for wildlife, nature photography

Academic History

Master of Applied Data Science degree with Distinction, University of Canterbury, Christchurch, New Zealand
Master of Science degree in Applied Mathematics, Northeastern University, Boston, Massachusetts, United States
Master of Arts degree in Economics, University of Denver, Denver, Colorado, United States

Professional History

Teaching Assistant, University of Canterbury, New Zealand
Research Student, Time-Evolving Data Science and Artificial Intelligence for Advanced Open Environmental Science (TAIAO) Research Group, led by the Universities of Waikato, Auckland and Canterbury, Beca and MetService, New Zealand
Research Assistant, Cambridge Center for Innovation and Development, United Kingdom
Animal Center Volunteer, Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA), New Zealand
Data Science Intern, Dynamic Controls, New Zealand
Civil Service Intern, National Bureau of Statistics, Government of China, China
Teaching Assistant, University of Denver, United States