#Women in Tech
Spotlight on Women in Tech: Dr Kristen Moore, WIA nominee
Meet Dr Kristen Moore - Senior Research Scientist within our Distributed Systems Security group, artificial intelligence (AI) expert, and Women in AI 2022 award nominee. Recognised for her scientific excellence in the application of AI to cyber security, we chat to Dr Moore about her nomination, cyber deception, what she's working on now, and the advice she would give to women starting out in the tech industry.
Spotlight on Women in Tech: Dr Qinghua Lu
Meet Dr Qinghua Lu, the team leader of Data61's Software Engineering for AI program and an expert in blockchain and software architecture. We chat to her about her career, current projects, the creation of responsible AI, and what the STEM industry can do to attract and enable women.
Spotlight on Women in Tech: Prof Sally Cripps
Prof Sally Cripps heralds the dawn of a ‘new era’ for data science, moving beyond prediction to demonstrating causality. Here, the newly appointed Research Director of our Analytics and Decision Sciences program talks about what attracted her to Data61, the projects she’s most proud of, and what she’s currently working on.
CSIRO’s Data61 researcher named one of the most impactful in the world
Meet Dr Sherry Xu - a Senior Researcher within the Architecture and Analytics Platforms team at CSIRO's Data61, she was recently named as one of the most impactful software engineers in the global SE community by Bibliometric Assessment of Software Engineering Scholars Institute. We're speaking to Dr Xu about her upcoming projects, creating impactful work, and her 4,000+ citations.
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: 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.