Eduard Campillo-Funollet studied Mathematics at the University of Barcelona, and he completed his PhD at the University of Sussex in 2018, on Bayesian inverse problem techniques for quantitative biology. Eduard stayed at Sussex as a postdoctoral researcher at the Genome Damage and Stability Centre, and later took a lecturer position at the University of Kent. He is currently a Lecturer in Statistics at Lancaster University.
Eduard works on the interface between applied mathematics and statistics, and he is passionate about interdisciplinary applications of mathematics, both in academia and in industry. He chaired the Early Career Mathematicians Committee of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications in 2021.