Kitty Meeks

Last name

Kitty Meeks currently holds a Royal Society of Edinburgh Personal Research Fellowship at the University of Glasgow, where she carries out research at the interface of mathematics and computer science. Her main interest is in designing algorithms which exploit structural properties of real-world datasets in order to extract information from this data efficiently. This has applications in many different areas, including epidemiology, spatial statistics and computational chemistry.

Areas of Interest
Mathematics and Statistics
University of Glasgow
Key words
Discrete Mathematics, Computer Science, Algorithms, Networks

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Mark is a lecturer in chemistry at the University of Glasgow, specialising in finding sustainable ways to produce fuels and remove pollutants from the environment. As part of his research, Mark co-invented a new type of water electrolyser, which is being spun out from the University of Glasgow.