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James Fulton

Climate Informatics Researcher

James is a PhD researcher at the University of Edinburgh, where he tutors computing, machine learning, data analysis, and statistical physics. His research involves using and developing machine learning algorithms to extract space-time patterns from climate records and climate models. He has held visiting researcher roles, working on planet-scale data analysis and modeling, at the University of Oxford and Queen's University Belfast and has a masters in physics where he specialized in quantum simulation. In a previous life, he was employed as a data scientist in the insurance sector. When not several indents deep in Python, he performs improvised comedy.
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Introduction to Julia

Julia is a new programming language designed to be the ideal language for scientific computing, machine learning, and data mining.

4 Hours
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James Fulton

Climate Informatics Researcher