Patrick Wolfe

Deputy Director, Alan Turing Institute & Professor of Statistics, UCL

Professor Wolfe is deputy director of the Alan Turing Institute. He holds chairs in statistics and computer science at UCL, having joined from Harvard, where he received the Presidential Early Career Award for contributions to signal and image processing. A Royal Society Research Fellow and an EPSRC Established Career Fellow in the Mathematical Sciences, his interests are in mathematical aspects of data science. His work has appeared in Proc Natl Acad Sci USA, Ann Stat, J Roy Stat Soc B, and various IEEE Transactions. He serves on the editorial boards of Proc Roy Soc A and J Roy Stat Soc B, and is chair of the IEEE signal processing society’s special interest group on big data.

RESEARCH FIELDS

Computer Science and Statistics

KEYWORDS

Data Science

AFFILIATIONS

The Alan Turing Institute and UCL