UCL and The Turing


The Turing appoints 36 UCL researchers as Fellows for 2021/22

30 September 2021

UCL has welcomed the Alan Turing Institute's appointment of 36 UCL researchers among a cohort of more than 400 Fellows for the current academic year. The fellowships start on 1 October and last for 12 months.

The entrance to the Alan Turing Institute in the British Library

The announcement follows a call earlier this year by the Turing for new Fellows, which are recruited from the institute's 13 university partners. 

UCL's new Turing Fellows come from 20 different parts of the university and include 18 individuals who have become Fellows for the first time. The new Fellows are:

Bani Anvari

David Atkinson

David Barber

Chris Barnes

Alexandros Beskos

Tao Cheng

Toby Davies

Aureo de Paula

Petros Dellaportas

Steven Gray

Benjamin Guedj

Serge Guillas

Lasana Harris

Matt Kusner

Stephen Law

Nicholas Lesica

Bradley Love

Manolis Mavrikis

Jason McEwan

Hao Ni

Neave O'Clery

Aidan O'Sullivan

Brooks Paige

Miguel Rodrigues

Ricardo Silva

Melanie Smallman

Maarten Speekenbrink

Jack Stilgoe

Laura Toni

Ingo Waldmann

Daniel Wilhelm

Honghan Wu

Helge Wurdemann

Jinghao Xue

Emine Yilmaz

Chen Zhong

Three further appointments were made this year by the Turing with Michael Batty and Christina Pagel named as Fellows and James Hetherington becoming a Honorary Fellow.

Mirco Musolesi continues in his role as the Turing University Lead and retains his Fellowship, while Rosie Niven remains University Liaison Manager and the main administrative point of contact. 

Turing Fellowships are not the only way that researchers can work with the Alan Turing Institute. The Turing website and mailing list regularly features research opportunities and the Get Involved page on this website also shares activities open to UCL researchers.

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