Spotlight on Women in Tech: Dr Monica Wen Chen
We’re speaking to Dr Monica Wen Chen, an award-winning AI research scientist in the Decision Making Under Uncertainty group within the Analytics and Decision Sciences Program here at CSIRO’s Data61. Dr Chen discusses her career path, what she’s currently working on, one of the biggest changes that needs to take place in the tech industry and her advice on breaking into the world of data science.
Spotlight on Women in Tech – Dr Cecile Paris
We're talking to Dr Cecile Paris, Group Leader of the Knowledge Discovery and Management group at CSIRO's Data61, about her most impactful projects, career advice for anyone looking to break into the tech industry, and using natural language processing to study the emotional health of populations in real time.
Spotlight on Women in Tech: Katrina Lo Surdo
Meet Katrina Lo Surdo - she's an Electrical and Computer Engineer in the Robotics and Autonomous Systems Group at CSIRO's Data61 and is a crucial member of our DARPA team, where she develops hardware and assists with the power and emergency stop circuitry for two robotic platforms.
Improving ASEAN’s resilience through foresight in science, technology and innovation
Representatives from ASEAN nations came together to develop foresight skills in the areas of science, technology and innovation, to prepare […]
Spotlight on Women in Tech: Dr Sisi Liang
We're talking to software engineer Dr Sisi Liang from the Robotics and Autonomous Systems Group at CSIRO's Data61 about what drew her to a career in tech, developing algorithms for computer vision applications, Industry 4.0, and how women can be encouraged from an early age to pursue an interest in STEM.
Spotlight on Women in Tech: Dr Dilusha Weeraddana
We’re talking to Dilusha Weeraddana from CSIRO’s Data61’s Data City on how her love of mathematics brought her to a career in AI, how her work is creating impact, and what change she thinks needs to happen to bring more women into STEM.
Spotlight on Women in Tech: Dr Claire Mason
We’re talking to Claire Mason from CSIRO’s Data61’s Inclusive Socio-Technical Innovation team on how social science ties into technology, why gender diversity is important in STEM, and the advice she’d give to someone wanting to pursue a career in STEM.
Spotlight on Women in Tech: Dr Claire Naughtin
We’re talking to Dr. Claire Naughtin from CSIRO’s Data61’s Insight team on what she loves about working in STEM, how her career began, and how women can be better supported and enabled to enter STEM fields.
Spotlight on Women in Tech: Dr Marthie Grobler
We’re talking to Dr. Marthie Grobler from the CSIRO's Data61's Human Centric Security group on her career journey, why she pursued career in tech, and the advice she'd give to someone wanting to pursue a career in STEM.
The Early Adopters Program
CSIRO's Data61’s Early Adopter Program (EAP) makes low risk, affordable and customisable technologies available for Australian companies to trial and build upon, for use in potentially improving production efficiency and building new competitive advantages or markets. What makes the EAP program unique is its focus on providing Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR) technologies to deliver production efficiency enhancements for businesses in a range of industries.