Software Sustainability Fellowship

SSI

I’m very proud to announce that I’ve been elected one of 19 Fellows of the Software Sustainability Institute (SSI). The SSI is a virtual institute funded by the EPSRC with the mission of supporting scientific software. Fellows from all over the UK, both from academia and industry, advocate best practices in software development, open source, open data and education.

I’m aiming to bring my experience from working with data integration methods (e.g. ontologies) and machine learning that we have successfully used in the context of biological research to the people who work on developing the Internet of Things. I recently attended the Thingmonk conference and already presented a talk “What the IoT should learn from the life sciences” with my SSI hat on.

I’m following big footsteps of two former Cambridge SSI Fellows, Laurent Gatto and Stephen Eglen.

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