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Forecasting personal health in an uncertain environment


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The QUINTET partners are:

Dr Richard Clayton, Department of Computer Science, University of Sheffield.

Professor Nigel Clarke, Department of Physics and Astonomy, University of Sheffield.

Professor Oliver Jensen, School of Mathematics, University of Manchester.

Dr Tobias Galla
, School of Physics and Astronomy, University of Manchester

Dr Julie Eatock, School of Information Sysytems, Computing, and Informatics, Brunel University


Post-doctoral research assistants employed on the project:

Manchester:
Feng Xu: left QUINTET to take up post-doc in Birmingham.
Yen Ting Lin; left QUINTET to take up post-doc in Los Alamos.
Carl Whitfield; continuing to work as a post-doc in Manchester.
Elizabeth Buckingham-Jeffery; continuing to work as a post-doc in Manchester.
Alexander Erlich; continuing to work as a post-doc in Manchester.

Sheffield:
Robin Oliver; left QUINTET to train ase secondary school physics teacher.
Eugene Chang; working in the Civil Service.
Sam Coveney; continuing to work as a post-doc in Sheffield.


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QUINTET is EPSRC grant EP/K037145/1
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