Dr Francis Chmiel
Enterprise fellow - Data Science
I am an applied researcher in data science at the IT Innovation centre (part of the Electronics and Computer Science department). My interests are in health informatics and machine-learning. I enjoy colloborating with clinicians and medical professionals to work with them to get the most out of their data and am always open to opportunities in this space.
I'm currently working on several projects bringing AI and machine-learning techniques to healthcare, including:
- A collaboration with Prof. Neil White (UoS) and the University of Hospitals Southampton to study the use of machine-learning algorithms to support the operational aspects of emergency deparments (see more on the Alan Turing website who are funding this work).
- Collaborating with Dr I. Robertson (UHS) and Prof. Y. Cheong (UHS) to use machine-learning and data science techniques to help streamline fertility treatment.
- Working with self-reported (smartphone) health data to predict exacerbation events in COPD patients.
Previously I worked as an Operational Reseacher for the Ministry of Defence and am a physicist by education; I have an MPhys from the University of Durham and a DPhil in Condensed Matter Physics from the University of Oxford. My DPhil research focussed on using national science facilities (such as the Diamond Light Source) to study magnetoelectric and multiferroic materials. Here I developed a love of handling data, and particularly in deep-insight analytics. My publications are tracked on my Scholar profile.