CHIMERA workshop at the Turing

24 July 2022

In July, researchers from across UCL came together to apply machine learning to a challenge to improve health care outcomes.

Researchers sit and stand around a laptop on a table.

In a workshop funded by the Alan Turing Institute, participants were set a challenge by the team at UCL's CHIMERA hub, using mathematics to model the lung in intensive care.

The purpose of the event was to offer the opportunity for multidisciplinary collaborations between UCL researchers, particularly those in mathematics, computer science, data science and those with an interest in data modelling.


This collaborative event comes ahead of a series of clinically-led, multidisciplinary workshops, including ones delivered in a partnership between CHIMERA and the Alan Turing Institute, that will be themed around specific opportunities to improve care.

For more information about UCL’s partnership with the Alan Turing Institute, please visit: https://www.ucl.ac.uk/alan-turing-institute/