I am Andrew Crozier, a software engineer specialising in machine learning systems at Faculty (previously known as ASI Data Science). acroz is my usual online handle.
I graduated with a MSci in Applied Maths and Physics from Queen’s University Belfast in my home city of Belfast, Northern Ireland. With a growing interest in practical applications of applied maths and computational modelling, I went on to do a PhD in Biomedical Engineering with the Cardiac Electromechanics Research Group at King’s College London, investigating the use of patient-specific finite element models of cardiac electromechanics as a research and diagnostic tool in the treatment of heart failure. Following my PhD, I continued in this field of research as a postdoc with Gernot Plank at the Medical University of Graz, Austria.
As an enthusiastic user of Python, Scala and Linux, this website records some of the tasks and challenges I have worked on, and showcases some of the software I have written and made publicly available.
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