School of Electronic Engineering and Computer Science

EECS academics awarded Turing Fellowships

16 academics from EECS have been awarded prestigious Turing Fellowships, awarded by the Alan Turing Institute. 

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Queen Mary is one of 13 University partners of The Alan Turing Institute, the national institute for data science and artificial intelligence. Through The Alan Turing Institute, our experts can participate in strategic partnerships, connect and collaborate with colleagues from other institutions, share expertise and shape innovative research.

Through their one-year Turing Fellowships, the Queen Mary Turing Fellows join the Alan Turing Institute's community of over 400 researchers. Being a Turing Fellow is a prestigious recognition of a researcher's contribution to the data science and AI field. 

Our Turing Fellows for 2021/22 from the School of EECS are:

Congratulations to academics from other schools who have also been awarded.