Staff Profile
Dr Aamir Khan
Lecturer  Mathematical Digital Learning
I began my studies at Newcastle in 2010 where I gained an MMathStat and went on to gain a PhD in Statistics titled "Bayesian calibration of stochastic kinetic models using a Dirichlet process mixture of Gaussian processes". In 2018 I accepted a Teaching Fellow post where I taught a number of modules to a variety of degree programmes at all stages. I was later appointed to the position of “Lecturer in Mathematical ELearning” (now Digital Learning).
As well as teaching a variety of modules, my current role as Lecturer in Mathematical Digital Learning involves promoting the use of the Numbas eassessment system across service modules and help to ensure that the School’s Digital Learning Team makes a significant contribution to the teaching and learning of mathematical subjects across the University.
Current roles
Degree Programme Director  Mathematics
Previous roles
Teaching Curriculum Coordinator (22/23)
Current modules taught in 23/24:
 ACC1012/1053 Professional Skills for Accounting and Finance
 MAS3904 Stochastic Financial Modelling
 Supervised MMathStat project: Laura Morgan, Laura Pester
Previous modules taught:
 BIO2020 Experimental Design and Statistics for Biologists
 CEG1716 Geospatial Mathematics and Statistics
 CME1027/ENG2012 Data Analysis in Process Industries
 MAS3909/8909 Markov Processes
 MAS3910/8910 Discrete Stochastic Modelling
 MAS8406 Numeric Skills for Digital Biology
 Supervised MMathStat project: Jordan Childs, Andrew Pach, Naomi Parry, Adrian Scollick.

Article
 Graham C, Stagg G, LawsonPerfect C, Khan A. Automatic Assessment of Mathematical Programming Exercises with Numbas. MSOR Connections 2023, 21(1), 2942.