Artificial intelligence

Dr Alex Fry

Senior Lecturer in the Sociology of Health and Illness

Areas of expertise

Alex is a sociologist with varied expertise. His research is qualitative in nature, meaning that he analyses data involving human participants (e.g., interviews and focus groups). His projects have been diverse and included studies of Christianity, atheism, and near-death experiences. He has also explored the intersections of inequalities concerning gender, class, and disability. Alex often… Read more »

Géza Gergely Ambrus

Lecturer in Psychology

Areas of expertise

Géza is a lecturer at the Department of Psychology, his recent research focuses on the cognitive neuroscience of perception and memory. Currently, he uses neuroimaging techniques combined with machine learning methods to investigate the neural dynamics and shared neural codes of recognition memory. His work also includes the study of face perception, which he studies… Read more »