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Ursula Martin made Fellow of the Royal Society of Edinburgh


We are delighted to announce that Ursula Martin has been elected to become a Royal Society of Edinburgh (RSE) Fellow. She is one of 59 distinguished individuals who have been elected to become Fellows of the RSE, hailing from sectors that range from the arts, business, science and technology and academia.

New Fellows are elected each year through a rigorous five-stage nomination process. The breadth of the Fellowship—which includes over 1600 individuals from the UK and abroad —enables the RSE to provide a wide range of leadership and expertise.

President of the Royal Society of Edinburgh, Professor Dame Jocelyn Bell Burnell, commented, 'Each newly elected Fellow has been nominated on their exceptional and extensive achievements; it is a great honour to welcome such a range of outstanding individuals to the Fellowship. In joining the RSE Fellowship, they will strengthen the Society’s capacity to advance excellence across all areas of public life in Scotland and further afield.'




Ursula Martin
(Professor of Computer Science, School of Informatics, University of Edinburgh)