Lawrence is a Research Associate at The Alan Turing Institute in the Data-Centric Engineering programme, affiliated with the Computational Statistics and Machine Learning Group at the University of Cambridge. His research considers probabilistic methods for performance and health monitoring, focussing on systems-level digital twins and partially supervised inference. Previously he worked on statistical tools for the development of structural health monitoring in the Dynamics Research Group at the University of Sheffield.

The Alan Turing Institute

[2021-2023] Research associate, Data-Centric Engineering, The Alan Turing Institute:
Systems-level Digital Twins.
AI for Science and Government (ASG) programme (UKRI/EPSRC).
Supervisor: Prof. Mark Girolami.

University of Sheffield

[2018-2021] Research associate, Dynamics Research Group, University of Sheffield:
Structural Health Monitoring of Systems of Systems: Populations, Networks and Communities.
EPSRC fellowship grant, PI: Prof. Keith Worden.

[2016-2019] PhD in Engineering, University of Sheffield:
Towards Probabilistic and Partially-Supervised Structural Health Monitoring.
First and second supervisors: Dr Nikolaos Dervilis, Prof. Keith Worden.