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Dr. Alexander Homer

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Biographical Statement

My pronouns are he/him. I am a University Teacher in Statistics in the School of Mathematics, and so I’m involved in teaching probability/statistics courses to undergrads and master’s students. I recently completed my DPhil degree in probability theory, with my research investigating limiting properties of a particular random graph model. I’ve also taught statistical methods and R to a variety of audiences, most recently teaching a course aimed at introducing R to complete programming novices. I believe that everyone can learn to code, and really enjoy helping others apply statistical and programming techniques to their problems.

Education Background

DPhil in Statistics, Wolfson College, University of Oxford: 2016–21

MMath in Mathematics and Statistics, Oriel College, University of Oxford: 2012–16

Previous Employment

Class teacher, IT Services, University of Oxford: 2020–21

Non-stipendiary lecturer, Hertford College, Oxford: 2019–20

Class tutor/teaching assistant, Department of Statistics, University of Oxford: 2016–20

Non-stipdeniary lecturer, Oriel College, Oxford: 2017–18