Kalle Westerling

Research Application Manager, The Alan Turing Institute

Kalle Westerling, PhD, a Research Application Manager at the Turing, focuses on
enhancing the usability and real-world relevance of digital twin technologies. As an open-source
advocate, Kalle bridges the gap between research outputs and their practical application, ensuring that tools developed are not only innovative but also user-centric and sustainable. In the Turing Research and Innovation Cluster in Digital Twins (TRIC: DT), Kalle’s work is crucial in maximizing interoperability and accessibility of research outputs across various sectors.

Kalle’s earlier contributions as a Research Software Engineer in the Living with Machines project were pivotal in applying data science and digital humanities to historical datasets. This background informs Kalle’s current efforts at TRIC: DT, where the focus is on solving societal challenges in areas like environmental sustainability, infrastructure, and health through accessible, open digital twin technologies.


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