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Turing Fellows - Maths

Professor Michael Tildesley

Michael Tildesley is a Professor in the Zeeman Institute for Systems Biology and Infectious Disease Epidemiology Research at Warwick. He is currently a member of the Scientific Pandemic Influenza Modelling group (SPI-M), the modelling subgroup of SAGE, and has been working throughout the Covid-19 pandemic on the development of models to inform a range of policy questions in the UK. Michael has a joint appointment in Life Sciences and Maths at the University of Warwick.

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Dr Marya Bazzi

Marya is interested in developing models and algorithms to extract and/or recover information from large time-dependent data sets. Her research interests also lie in novel tools to real-world problems in areas such as Sociology, Psychology, Biology, and Finance. Areas of particular interest include clustering, time-dependent networks, multilayer networks, stochastic block models, matrix completion, graph sparsification, combinatorial optimisation and spectral optimisation.

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Professor Robert MacKay

Robert has made many contributions to the theory and applications of Nonlinear Dynamics. proposes to develop Gaussian processes to detect underdamped oscillations, with particular reference to AC electricity networks, models of financial systems to address their stability and regulation and assessor-assessee graphs for panel assessments to optimise the use of expertise and calibration.

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Dr Tim Sullivan

Tim's mathematical research interests are in uncertainty quantification (UQ), which lies at the intersection of applied mathematics and computational probability. The long-term vision underlying his research is to contribute to a paradigm shift in reasoning about complex systems under uncertainty, which is a pressing challenge in many application domains.

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Dr Martin Lotz

Martin Lotz is a member of the Mathematics Institute of the University of Warwick, working broadly on foundational aspects of computational mathematics. Prior to Warwick, Martin was a Lecturer in Numerical Analysis at the University of Manchester and held research positions at the City University of Hong Kong, at the University of Oxford, and at the University of Edinburgh.

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