I have archived previously used biographies which can be recycled for talks, seminars, proposals etc.
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Bios for Talks
March 2021, AI UK
Dr Scott Hosking is an Environmental Data Scientist and leader of the AI lab at the British Antarctic Survey (BAS). He is also a co-Director of the UKRI Centre for Doctoral Training in the Application of AI for the study of Environmental Risks at the University of Cambridge and BAS, and a Senior Research Fellow at The Alan Turing Institute.
Bios for Grant Proposals
March 2021, EPSRC Programme Grant Outline
Hosking is a climate scientist, co-leader of the British Antarctic Survey AI Lab, Turing Senior Research Fellow, Co-Director of the Centre for Doctoral Training in AI for Environmental Risks, and Board member of the Cambridge Centre for Climate Science.
January 2021, NERC Std Grant
Scott Hosking (Co-I) is Head of the BAS AI Lab, where he leads a group applying state-of-the-art AI and ML methods to a range of environmental issues, and also a Senior Research Fellow at The Alan Turing Institute, the UK national institute for data science and AI. He has >15 years’ experience in climate science and modelling, secured >£7m in funding from UKRI and industry, and >40 peer-reviewed publications, including CMIP6 (Simpson et al., 2020) and the United Kingdom Chemistry and Aerosols (UKCA) model (Orr et al., 2020). He is PI on three environmental AI projects funded under the EPSRC Strategic Priorities Fund AI for Science, Engineering, Health and Government (EP/T001569/1). He is also co-director for the AI4ER CDT, a £6m UKRI funded programme to train >50 students to become future global leaders in environmental AI and data science. Hosking will provide expert guidance on method development