As the volume of data collected for research continues to grow at a rapid pace, understanding and dealing with its complexity becomes crucial. Complexity looks different across disciplines and can emerge from working with big data, using new techniques and technologies, or combining multiple data sources.
Questions that may be explored include:
There will be an opportunity for open discussion and Q&A, informal networking, and light lunch is provided.
This is a hybrid event:
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Dr Pip Karoly Senior - Research Fellow, Biomedical Engineering, Data Scientist, Seer Medical
Dr Vanessa Ferdinand - Research Fellow, Computational Cognitive Science, Melbourne School of Psychological Sciences
Zeb Nicholls - Research Fellow Emissions Pathway, Geography, Earth and Atmospheric Sciences
Angela Ryan - Social Data Scientist, Australian Urban Research Infrastructure Network (AURIN)
Professor Michael Kirley - School of Computing and Information Systems and Co-Director, Melbourne Centre for Data Science