Southampton computer scientists named as Fellows of the Alan Turing Institute
Four academics from the School of Electronics and Computer Science have been named Fellows of The Alan Turing Institute as part of a new cohort from the University of Southampton.
Professors Elena Simperl, Mike Wald, Sarvapali Ramchurn and Dr George Konstantinidis will address complex research challenges within the UK’s national institute for data science and artificial intelligence.
The researchers are among 19 leading academics at the University that will now bring to the Institute specific projects covering topics from machine learning for space physics to AI and inclusion.
The Alan Turing Institute was founded in 2015 to undertake world-class research that is applied to real-world problems, drives economic impact and societal good, leads the training of a new generation of scientists and shapes public conversation around data.