Hao Ni is Professor of Mathematics at University College London (UCL) and a Turing Fellow at the Alan Turing Institute. She finished her DPhil in mathematics at the University of Oxford. She held postdoctoral positions at ICERM and Department of Applied Mathematics at Brown University (2012-2013) and the Oxford-Man Institute of Quantitative Finance (2012-2016). She was an associate professor at the financial mathematics group, UCL (2016-09/2022).
Her research interests include stochastic analysis, financial mathematics and machine learning. More specifically, she is interested in the non-parametric modelling effects of complex multi-modal data streams through rough paths theory and machine learning. Moreover, she has research interests on real-world applications, such as human-computer interface, computer vision and finance.