About The Alan Turing Institute
The Alan Turing Institute is the UK's national institute for data science and artificial intelligence, with headquarters at the British Library, London. Since its inception the Institute has been funded through grants from Research Councils, university partners and from strategic and other partnerships. Our research and innovation expertise in Digital Twins includes applications in the natural environment, infrastructure and health, brought together in the Turing Research and Innovation Cluster in Digital Twins (TRIC-DT). The missions of TRIC-DT are to: 1. Advance the science and implementation of digital twinning and use these advances to address important technological and societal challenges. 2. Produce open and reproducible computational tools for digital twin design, development, and deployment that facilitate scaling of digital twins and provide these tools as a freely available resource. 3. Build a multidisciplinary community of practice in digital twinning that democratises access to digital twin technology.