James Walsh

James’ work focuses on evaluating early-stage design decisions for sustainability of industrial installations, funded through the FIBE2 programme. 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 as a Research Assistant within the Warwick Machine Learning Group. He is particularly interested in applications of machine learning for sustainability and social good. He graduated with a BSc in Data Science from the University of Warwick and recently completed his Master of Research at Cambridge through the FIBE programme. He was a Research Resident for a London AI start-up Cervest and is a mentor for the African Data Science charity Ishango.ai.

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