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Cambridge Global Food Security

An Interdisciplinary Research Centre at the University of Cambridge


Soumya Banerjee has a PhD in Computer Science. He analyzes complex problems and implements new statistical and machine learning techniques for deriving insights from large amounts of data. He works closely with people from other domains. 
His research uses analytics and data science to answer questions about complex systems. He studies immune systems, ant colonies, gut microbes, intra-cellular signaling networks and human societies.
Complex systems are all around us: from social networks to transportation systems, cities, economies and financial markets. Understanding these complex systems may lead to solutions for problems ranging from famines, global crises, poverty, climate change and sustainable living despite over-population.

Postdoctoral research associate
Dr Soumya  Banerjee
Not available for consultancy



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Plant Biology

Food Lanscapes

Infectious Diseases


Political Economy

Global Governance

Supply Chains

Land Resources

Food and Health


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