ACEMS Researchers will help lead a 5-day United Nations Workshop on helping countries obtain and use the vast amount of free data coming from satellite imagery so those countries can make better-informed decisions.
ACEMS Associate Investigator Adrian Barnett and ACEMS Deputy Director Scott Sisson co-wrote an article in The Conversation talking about opinion polls and sample size, looking at the question, "how big does the survey need to be to convince us it's accurate?"
ACEMS PhD student Tea Uggen was selected by the International Biometric Society (IBS) to represent the Australasia region at this year’s Young Statistician Student Showcase at the 2018 International Biometric Conference (IBC 2018) in Barcelona, Spain in July. She is only one of five students from around the world selected for this honour.
ACEMS Deputy Director Kerrie Mengersen will lead a study that will collect and analyse data, measuring the social, economic and transport effects of Queen’s Wharf over a 20-year period. That will include an extensive look into the effects of gambling. The project was featured in this article in the Courier Mail.
Should you play the lottery? If so, is there a certain way you should play? ACEMS Director Peter Taylor was interviewed by The Weekly Review and breaks down those questions and more, as he looks at the numbers involved in playing: "The Weekly Review: How to win the lottery"
A team of researchers from the ARC Centre of Excellence for Mathematical and Statistical Frontiers (ACEMS) at QUT and their collaborators in the Computational Cardiovascular Science group at the University of Oxford have developed a novel method for constructing a virtual population for use in cardiac research.
Two employees from the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) recently completed secondments with ACEMS, and it’s quite clear that both didn’t waste a chance to learn about statistics and do and try whatever they could to get the full ACEMS experience.
Three ACEMS Researchers from The University of Adelaide were part of a team that won the 2017 Eureka Prize for Excellence in Interdisciplinary Scientific Research.
Adam “Ben” Rohrlach, Prof Nigel Bean, and Dr Simon “Jonathan” Tuke provided the statistical research used in this landmark study, which uses genetics to help link Australian Aboriginals to the land that they have always claimed through their stories.