Data Science Perspectives – Multidisciplinary PhD Conference 2022
Newcastle University is delighted to organise and host the 2022 Data Science Perspectives – Multidisciplinary PhD Conference, aimed at PhD students from across the entire Turing Institute network. Our primary aim in offering this conference is to facilitate network and community building among early-career researchers in data science and AI research areas, whilst also providing an opportunity to share research, build future collaborations and benefit from professional development activities.
The Alan Turing Institute is the UK’s national institute for data science and artificial intelligence.
The Institute is named in honour of Alan Turing, whose pioneering work in theoretical and applied mathematics, engineering and computing is considered to have laid the foundations for modern-day data science and artificial intelligence.
The Institute’s goals are to undertake world-class research in data science and artificial intelligence, apply its research to real-world problems, drive economic impact and societal good, lead the training of a new generation of scientists, and shape the public conversation around data and algorithms.
This event is supported by The Alan Turing Institute. The Turing is not involved in the agenda or content planning.
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