DARE 2024 Symposium
THRIVING IN UNCERTAINTY: CHANGE QUANTIFICATION IN NATURAL RESOURCES
You're invited to the DARE Symposium showcasing work from our multidisciplinary, world-class data scientists!
Join us in welcoming keynote speaker, Professor Scott Sisson, a globally recognised expert in computational and Bayesian statistics. As the driving force behind the UNSW Data Science Hub (uDASH), Professor Sisson leads pioneering research that addresses societal challenges, from environmental issues to industry advancements.
Explore the impactful initiatives of the ARC Training Centre in Data Analytics for Resources and Environments (DARE). Our researchers are leveraging sophisticated data science methodologies to confront Australia's critical biodiversity, mineral sector, and water security challenges.
See below for the program - featuring thought-provoking discussions and unique perspectives from the forefront of data science!
|Welcome and Introduction
|Keynote by Prof Scott Sisson, UNSW Data Science Hub
Analysing data summarised as distributions
|DARE PhD Presentation by Kim Bente
|DARE PhD Presentation by Ratneel Deo
|DARE PhD Presentation by Dilani Kaveendri
|DARE PhD Presentation by Vihanga Gunadasa
|Presentation by DARE Chief Investigator, A/Prof Fiona Johnson
Improving our understanding of the impacts of climate change on water resources systems
|Presentation by DARE Chief Investigator, A/Prof Tongliang Liu
Revealing causal information from data
|Closing Remarks by DARE Director, Prof Willem Vervoort
|Lunch in the Foyer
Can't join in person? Register here to watch the livestream via Zoom.