Humanities academics amongst 33 Manchester Turing Fellows for 2021-22

The Alan Turing Institute , the UK's National Institute for AI, has announced over 400 fellowships for 2021-22 across the 12 University partners. The University of Manchester is home to 33 of those Turing Fellows, across all three University Faculties and covering a diverse range of disciplines.

Manchester's Turing fellows belonging to the Faculty of Humanities include Dr Richard Allmendinger , Senior Lecturer in Decision Sciences; Prof Yu-wang Chen , Professor in Decision Sciences and Business Analytics; and Dr Manuel López-Ibáñez , Senior Lecturer in Decision Sciences and Business Analytics.

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