Thirty academics from the University of Bristol, drawn from engineering, health sciences, mathematics, veterinary science, geographical sciences, computer science, arts and other disciplines, have joined The Alan Turing Institute as Fellows today.

This news follows an earlier announcement welcoming more than 250 new Fellows from the Institute’s partner universities as we launch our third academic year. A further cohort from the University of Southampton will join the Institute later this year.

The Institute will also launch more than 50 new research projects in the coming months, all generated in partnership with our expanded university network.

Thanks to the university expansion and the growth of its research programmes and partners, the Institute now counts over 400 researchers in its community, including Turing Fellows (the largest group, made up of senior academics spending a portion of their time at the Institute), Turing Research Fellows (independent researchers employed by a partner university and based at the Institute), Doctoral Students (full time or spending an ‘enrichment’ period at the Institute) and visiting researchers from academia, business and government.

View a list below of the new Turing Fellows from the University of Bristol starting their Fellowship today. 

Christophe Andrieu 

Lars Anderson Bratholm

William Browne

Haeran Cho

Ian Craddock

Oliver Davis

Andrew Dowsey

Peter Flach

Sean Fox

Tom Gaunt

Philip Hamann

Claire Haworth

Conor Houghton

Genevieve Liveley

Song Liu

Naoki Masuda

Simon McIntosh-Smith

Guy Nason

Ivan Palomares Carrascosa

Danielle Paul

Rob Piechocki

Awais Rashid

Kate Robson Brown

Patrick Rubin Delanchy

Filippo Simini

Anya Skatova

Nick Whiteley

Paul Wilcox

Levi Wolf

Yi Yu

Meet all our Turing Fellows and filter by university and research interest.

Visit the Jean Golding Institute for more information about the University of Bristol’s involvement with The Alan Turing Institute.