October 12th, 2020
Please register for our virtual event here! (Note: Please ignore the link on the right hand side.)
The workshop aims to highlight Warwick’s involvement with the Alan Turing Institute, present ongoing projects between Warwick-affiliated researchers and the Turing, and identify ways in which researchers at Warwick can contribute to new and ongoing activities at the Turing. A particular emphasis is put on research in the mathematical sciences.
The Alan Turing Institute is the UK’s national institute for data science and artificial intelligence. Warwick University currently has 24 Turing Fellows associated with eight departments. Researchers affiliated to Warwick are involved in activities such as the Data Study Groups and the Data Science for Social Good programme.
- Prof. Graham Cormode, Turing University Lead for Warwick
- Rebecca Silver, Turing University Liaison Manager (ULM) at the University of Warwick
- Dr. Sebastian Vollmer, Director of Data Study Groups at the Turing
- Prof. Colm Connaughton, Director of the Warwick Centre for Complexity Science and deputy-director of the Mathematics of Real World Systems (MathSys) CDT
- Prof. David Quigley, Professor of Physics and Director for the Centre/RPT for Scientific Computing at Warwick
- Prof. Robert MacKay, Warwick Mathematics Institute and Director of Mathematical Interdisciplinary Research at Warwick
- Dr. Elena Kochkina, Postdoctoral Researcher at Turing and Warwick
- Shuaib Choudhry, PhD candidate at Warwick University
The workshop will run from 14:30 until 18:00. The tentative schedule can be found here.
A summary of links and other information has been collected here.
Online only, link will be sent after registration.
Dr. Marya Bazzi, Warwick and the Alan Turing Institute
Dr. Martin Lotz, Warwick