Two staff members from ART-AI have been recognised for their teaching in this year’s University of Bath awards.
Dr Alan Hunter is a Senior Lecturer in mechanical engineering and integrated mechanical / electrical engineering at Bath, who works across four centres of the university including ART-AI. Within ART-AI he is the theme lead on partnerships and international relations, and supervises cohort 1 student Oscar Bryan on his project “Machine learning for low-frequency wideband sonar.” This month Alan won a Staff Doctoral Recognition Award for his efforts to enhance the experience for doctoral researchers and doctoral education at the University of Bath.
Dr Emma Carmel is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Social & Policy Sciences, and also works across different centres. She is the ART-AI theme lead on AI and public policy, and currently supervises Ronny Bogani and Catriona Gray. Earlier this year Emma was awarded the Innovation in Learning and Teaching Award. She was congratulated for her innovative interdisciplinary approach to designing and delivering a new programme of study. She encourages students as co-designers of their learning and promotes interdisciplinary dialogue around an advanced research-based curriculum.
ART-AI students have access to scholars and mentors recognised locally and globally for their innovation in teaching and dedication to their research. For a full list of theme leads and supervisors, click here.