Spotlight on Turing Fellows 2021-22 cohort

The University of Birmingham is proud to welcome 38 new Turing Fellows, appointed by the Alan Turing Institute as part of its 2021/22 cohort. In the videos below, a selection of our fellows introduce their work and the challenges they will tackle over the coming year.

Improving our understanding of brain disorders

Professor Ole Jensen on brain oscillations and improving understanding of brain disorders

Keeping people safe from the cyber bio-security threats

Dr Nicole Wheeler on the emerging field of cyber biosecurity

Making global supply networks more sustainable

Dr Yufeng Zhang on sustainability and digitalisation in complex global network operations

Unlocking the secrets of the Universe

Dr Matt Nicholl on using machine learning to unlock the secrets of the Universe

Advancing responsible innovation in the Internet of Things

Professor Lee Chapman on promoting responsible innovation in the Internet of Things

Improving how we protect and make use of personal data

Professor Sylvie Delacroix on the benefits of personal data trusts

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The University of Birmingham welcomes new Turing Fellows (news story)