Current partnerships

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The Alan Turing Institute partners with a wide number of organisations, including government, charities, companies and universities to undertake world-leading research to change the world for the better.

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University partners

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Strategic partners

The Lloyd’s Register Foundation

Lloyd's Register Foundation logo Lloyd’s Register Foundation is a charity that helps to protect life and property and supports education, engineering-related research and public engagement.It has partnered with the Turing on an ambitious programme on data-centric engineering. The programme brings together world-leading academic institutions and major industrial partners from across the engineering sector, driving new advances in research, innovation and education in data-centric engineering.

GCHQ & Ministry of Defence

Logos of the Ministry of Defence and GCHQ The Institute has launched a partnership with GCHQ and embarked on strategic relationships with the Ministry of Defence and two associated departments: the Defence Science and Technology Laboratory (Dstl) and Joint Forces Command.The defence and security programme, developed from this partnership, is interested in advancing data science methodologies and techniques, and in the direct application of data science to real world scenarios.

Intel

Intel logo The Alan Turing Institute and Intel have formed a strategic partnership to deliver a research programme focused on high-performance computing and data analytics.The data science at scale programme builds on advances in high-performance computer architectures through algorithm architecture co-design, with applications including health and life science.

In addition, Intel has dedicated a hardware architecture team at the Institute’s facilities so that new algorithms developed by the Alan Turing Institute feed into the design of Intel’s future generations of microprocessors.

HSBC

HSBC logo HSBC has partnered with the Turing to develop an advanced programme of research in economic data science. The programme enables research into new methods to harness and analyse financial data with greater detail and accuracy, with the goal to help economists, researchers, policymakers and businesses to better understand economic trends.
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