Henry Kenlay

DPhil Student, Engineering, Machine Learning Research Group

I am a DPhil student in the Machine Learning Research Group under the supervision of Xiaowen Dong and Stephen Roberts. I’m also a member of the Autonomous Intelligent Machines and Systems Centre for Doctoral Training. My primary research interests are in graph signal processing and deep learning on graphs. Currently, my focus is on the analysing the robustness of graph convolutional neural networks and analytically characterising the importance of the underlying graph.


Prior to becoming a DPhil student I completed an MPhil in Computational Biology at the University of Cambridge and a BSc in Discrete Mathematics at the University of Warwick. I also worked as a research assistant the Medical Research Council Biostatistics Unit following the completion of my MPhil.