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July 2018 – Present
London

Technology Analyst

Deutsche Bank

  • Software Developer - Corporate Investment Banking
 
 
 
 
 
June 2017 – September 2018
Dublin

Quantitative Analyst

Openet Telecoms

Developed costs and licensing models for virtualised networking infrastructures with applications in cloud computing. Utilised classical statistic techniques as well as machine learning.
 
 
 
 
 
September 2014 – May 2018
Dublin

Student

Trinity College Dublin

Double Moderatorship in Maths and Economics. Received the Bastable award for achieving the highest grade in the final year Economics Examinations.

Selected Publications

The telecommunications industry is about to undergo a durastic change in the next number of years. Infrastrucutre is moving away from physical networking devices and moving towards virtualised networking functions within a physical server environment. I consulted for Openet to develop a a pricing model for the physical resource usage of these virtualised functions for the cost and licencing management of telecom networks.
An Investigation into the Power Consumption of Virtual Machines, 2017

The intent of this paper is to analyse yearly changes in income inequality within a country during business cycles and ultimately, derive a relatonship between the variation in factor productivites and the level of income inequality within that country. World income inequality has shown a steady increasing trend over time. However, when we observe income inequality within a country, it appears to be a randomly fluctuating process with no discernible trend. We aim to explain these fluctuations of income inequality by fluctuating components of the business cycle. Large variations of income distribution can have negative socioeconomic effects. An understanding of such changes in income inequality can offer policy makers with insight in how to minimise increases in income inequality. Through an empirical analysis we hope to deliver policy makers such insight.
An empirical analysis, 2017

An investigation into consumer behaviour when presented with a queue, with and without the expected duration of the queue, for a typical lunch in town i.e. if you knew how fast your fast food would be would you be more likely to line up for it? An initial observation of the natural queue every working day for two weeks, following which a non-intrusive nudge is introduced where by the members of the queue will be made aware of their expected waiting times in the form of a paper display in the window of the restaurant alongside which the queue forms. Data was collected by a GoPro camera outside the restaurant taking time-lapsed photos every half-second for two hours a day around lunchtime. The processed data was then analysed to fit a continuous time Poisson Process. concluding that the after recommencing the observations in the same manor with the addition of the nudge there existed an increase in both the average queue length and arrival rate implying that it perhaps increased the consumers willingness to queue.
A behavioural economics study, 2016

Recent Publications

The telecommunications industry is about to undergo a durastic change in the next number of years. Infrastrucutre is moving away from …

An Economic Analysis assignment about real business cycle theory. Includes mathematical derivations of the labour market, …

In this project, completed in the second half of EC3050, we were asked to construct a fixed income portfolio with a level of risk …

The intent of this paper is to analyse yearly changes in income inequality within a country during business cycles and ultimately, …

An investigation into consumer behaviour when presented with a queue, with and without the expected duration of the queue, for a …

This project was completed in third year Michaelmas term in EC3050, Investment analysis. We had to assume the role of a portfolio …

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Lecture Notes

Recent Posts

Before returning to college I was asked by the School of Economics at Trinity College to attend the second ECB youth dialogue. This new …

Lecture Notes

A selection of lecture notes taken during lectures whilst studying at Trinity College Dublin. If you would like a copy of the source .tex files, please do reach out to me.