The Alan Turing Institute Fellows

Academics from engineering, health sciences, mathematics, veterinary science, geographical sciences, computer science, arts and other disciplines at the University of Bristol join the national institute for data science and artificial intelligence.

The Turing partnership has undoubtedly boosted the research community in data science and AI by supporting a number of activities and research collaborations and importantly the Turing Fellowships. Turing Fellows are scholars with proven research excellence in data science, artificial intelligence or a related field, whose research could be enhanced through active involvement with the Turing network of universities and partners. 

This fellowship scheme allows university academics to develop collaborations with Turing partners. The Fellowships span many fields including key Turing interests in urban analytics, defence and health.  

The University of Bristol Turing Fellows 

Jonathan Bamber Geographical Sciences
William Browne Education
Rafael E Carazo Salas Cellular and Molecular Medicine
Haeran Cho Mathematics
Jennifer Collins Law
Anthony Croxford Mechanical Engineering
Leon Danon Engineering Mathematics
Oliver Davis Population Health
Aleksander Domanski Physiology, Pharmacology and Neuroscience
Andrew Dowsey Veterinary School and Population Health
Peter Flach Computer Science
Sotiria Fotopoulou Physics
Sean Fox Geographical Sciences
Tom Gaunt Population Health Sciences
Luca Giuggioli Engineering Mathematics
Thomas Gorochowski Biologiccal Sciences
Richard Harris Geographical Sciences
Claire Haworth Psychology
Conor Hougton Computer Science, Computational Neuroscience
Sidharth Jaggi Mathematics
Daniel Lawson  Mathematics
Nathan Lepora Engineering Mathematics
Weiru Liu Engineering Mathematics
Genevieve Liveley Classics and Ancient History
David Manley  Geographical Sciences
Trevor Martin Engineering Mathematics
Jeffrey Neal Geographical Sciences
Dann Mitchell Geographical Sciences
Danielle Paul Physiology, Pharmacology and Neuroscience
Matthew Polisson Economics
Henry Reeve Mathematics
Kate Robson Brown Anthropology and Archaeology / Mechanical Engineering 
Patrick Rubin Delanchy Mathematics
Senay Sokullu Economics
Anya Skatova Population Health
Emmanouil Tranos Geographical Sciences
Peter Watson Geographical Sciences
Nick Whiteley Mathematics
Paul Wilcox Mechanical Engineering
Levi Wolf Geographical Sciences


The University of Bristol Turing Fellows with sponsored projects

Oliver Davis Population Health Sciences UK birth cohorts as a platform for ground truth in mental health data science  
Andrew Dowsey Bristol Veterinary School Creating an open research data platform from the world's most intensively monitored dairy farm for tackling One Health grand challenges 
Peter Flach Computer Science Towards a Measurement Theory for Data Science and Artificial Intelligence 
Sean Fox Geographical Sciences Consistent urban areas for global urban polimetrics 
Claire Haworth Psychological Science UK birth cohorts as a platform for ground truth in mental health data science 
Song Liu  Computer Science Simulating boundary examples 
Danielle Paul Physiology, Pharmacology and Neuroscience Applying machine learning techniques to large Cryo-EM data sets. PROOF: Software for the identification of accessory PROteins On Filaments
Patrick Rubin Delanchy Mathematics Analysis of jointly embedded cyber security graphs 
Anya Skatova Psychological Science Data Donation: Personal Data for Health Research and Policy Making 
Paul Wilcox Mechanical Engineering Non-Destructive Evaluation (NDE) Data Science for Industry 
Levi Wolf Geographical Sciences Consistent urban areas for global urban polimetrics


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