Bayes Centre News: The Bayes Centre Announces Newly Appointed Turing Fellows
Through partnership with the Alan Turing Institute, we are set to welcome 12 new Turing Fellows to provide leadership in creative and innovative research in data science and Artificial Intelligence, whilst also playing a significant role in advancing the collaborative research programmes of the University.
The Alan Turing Institute partners with a wide range of organisations, including government, charities, companies and universities to undertake world-leading research to change the world for the better, the University of Edinburgh has been a long-standing partner of this national academic partnership.
Our partnership, coordinated through the Bayes Centre, involves colleagues and fellows, from across the University, providing a focus for academic data science and AI data-driven research and connectivity to the Institute’s UK-wide community.
We are delighted to announce and welcome a new group of Turing Fellows who will be joining the Edinburgh Turing Institute community from the 1st of October.
Our newly appointed fellows are:
|Luciana D'Adderio||Usher Institute|
|Drew Hemment||Edinburgh Futures Institute|
|Oisin Mac Aodha||School of Informatics|
|Encarni Medina-Lopez||School of Engineering|
|Liza Mijovic||School of Physics and Astronomy|
|Diego Oyarzun||School of Biological Sciences, School of Informatics|
|Andre Santos||Business School|
|Ian Simpson||School of Informatics|
|Athanasios Tsanas||Usher Institute|
|Lachlan Urquhart||Edinburgh Law School|
|Shannon Vallor||Centre for Technomoral Futures|
|John Vines||Institute of Design Informatics|
You can view more information about the University of Edinburgh partnership with the Alan Turing Institute here.
The addition of the new fellows further expands the Bayes Centre's collaborative, multidisciplinary approach where an emphasis is put on the development of innovative technological solutions for the benefit of society.
We look forward to welcoming our new and returning Turing Fellows as part of what continues to be a growing portfolio of interdisciplinary research coordinated by the Bayes Centre as part of the Data-Driven Innovation programme.