Vironix Health intern & student, James Morrill at University of Oxford was awarded the prestigious Reddick Prize !!!
We congratulate James Morrill who was recently awarded the 2022 Christopher Reddick Prize for his doctoral research, “Machine learning applications of controlled differential equations to streamed data.”
Awarded by the Centre for Doctoral Training in Industrially Focused Mathematical Modelling (InFoMM), part of the Mathematical Institute, University of Oxford, the prize recognizes the achievements of a doctoral student with “high quality mathematical outputs, broad engagement with industry, and major involvement in the InFoMM culture.
Morrill’s research and focus on solving industry challenges, was nurtured during his years at InFoMM.
Major / recent publications Utilisation of the signature method to identify the early onset of sepsis from multivariate physiological time series in critical care monitoring