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STS success at Turing Fellowships

18 October 2018

The newest round of Turing Fellows has been announced by the Alan Turing Institute, and includes 3 members of STS staff.

Alan Turing - Image c/o Duane Wessels https://www.flickr.com/photos/duanewessels/

The Alan Turing Institute, named after mathematician and codebreaker Alan Turing, is the United Kingdom's national institute for data science and artificial intelligence, founded in 2015. The institute has just announced its third year of academic work, and now has a list of over 250 Turing Fellows from 11 universities around the UK.


In addition to returning fellow Dr Phyllis Illari, both Dr Jack Stilgoe and Dr Melanie Smallman have been announced as new Turing Fellows, bringing the department total to three. The Institute will also launch more than 50 new research projects in the coming months, all generated in partnership with their expanded university network.

A full list of current Turing Fellows can be found via the Alan Turing Institute Website.