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Rukuang Huang

CDT Student

I was born and raised in China before I came to the UK. I obtained an MMath degree in Mathematics and Statistics at St. Peter’s College, University of Oxford. My final-year dissertation was on ruin probabilities in a network of agents and objects and was awarded Gibbs Dissertation Prize for FHS Mathematics and Statistics Part C. I am interested in applied probability, computational statistics and Monte-Carlo methods, and their applications in health data. In terms of interests, I enjoy reading and playing Ping Pong.