My PhD thesis focused on peer produced support for peer learning in the mathematics domain, and I co-edited a book that looks at the wider implications of these practices. I was thrilled to find my first postdoctoral research job in an artificial intelligence research group. After finishing up there, I've taken up a year-long appointment working on Ursula Martin's Social Machine of Mathematics project, which is an excellent match for my interests.
I've written or coauthored a grand total of 40 academic papers to date.
For current projects see work in progress.
In September 2016 contract work on the EU/FP7-funded COINVENT project finished, and I switched to a short-term role in the EPSRC-funded Platform grant on The Integration and Interaction of Multiple Mathematical Reasoning Processes, where I worked on grant development. The idea in my proposal is to mine knowledge from Stack Exchange for use in an AI system. With any luck that might be funded! I'm also looking for a permanent academic post.