Weisi Guo is an Associate Professor in the School of Engineering where he is the joint coordinator of the city research theme in the School of Engineering.
Weisi graduated from the University of Cambridge with MEng, MA, PhD (2011) degrees. He is also a group leader and faculty fellow at the Alan Turing Institute. His research expertise is in Information (signals, data, communications) and Networks (heterogeneous, dynamic, resilience). The multi-scale application areas range from connected interacting cities to critical infrastructure networks. He has published over 90 peer-reviewed papers and has 1000+ citations. His research has won him a number of awards & nominations and he has received over £1M funding as PI.