Congratulations to our seven new Turing Fellows chosen to work on developments for the prestigious Alan Turing Institute for Data Science.
The Fellows are faculty staff working in the field of data science who will be spending a significant amount of time engaging with Institute activities. They have been chosen for their unique range of skills and backgrounds which range from branches of the Computational, Mathematical and Social Sciences.
University Liaison Director Professor Graham Cormode said:
Appointment of our new Turing Fellows is a testament to Warwick’s strengths in data science research. They will each contribute to the Turing Institute's expanding interdisciplinary research programme. Our Turing fellows are drawn from departments across campus, and we are continually looking for new ways to connect Warwick researchers with the breadth of opportunities and connections available through our partnership with the Institute."
Talk: Challenges and opportunities in data science
For anyone interested in data science research, Sir Alan Wilson, CEO of the Alan Turing Institute will be giving a talk on, ‘Challenges and opportunities in data science’ here at Warwick on Friday 20 October 2017 at 12pm.
In the talk Alan will present examples of the exciting research already developed at the Institute in its first academic year, share plans and ambitions for the future, and discuss ways in which researchers can get involved in the Institute.
The talk is open to all members of the university community.
Challenges and opportunities in data science
Date and time: Friday 20 October 2017, 12pm
Venue: MS.03, Zeeman Building, University of Warwick