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EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training in Future Infrastructure and Built Environment: Resilience in a Changing World (FIBE2)

 

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James Walsh is an EPSRC-funded MRes+PhD student working within the Use Less research group in the Department of Engineering. His work focuses on evaluating early-stage design decisions for sustainability of industrial installations. He is supervised by Dr Cyrille Dunant alongside AVEVA. He is also a part-time Research Assistant at The Alan Turing Institute. James formerly worked on modelling battery degradation and social distance estimation within the Warwick Machine Learning Group. He is particularly interested in applications of machine learning for sustainability and social good.

James graduated with a BSc in Data Science from the University of Warwick. He was then a Research Resident for a London AI start-up, before becoming a full-time Research Assistant at Turing. Outside of Cambridge, is a mentor for the African Data Science charity Ishango.ai.

Publications can be found on Google Scholar.

You can find James at his personal site, walsh.dev, or LinkedIn.

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