Recent Achievements – March 2021

A big congratulations to our talented and prolific CIs for their latest round of publications and conference papers:

Hadi Afshar, Rafa Oliveira and Sally Cripps
Non-Volume Preserving Hamiltonian Monte Carlo and No-U-TurnSamplers accepted at the 2021 Artificial Intelligence and Statistics Conference

Rohitash Chandra and Sally Cripps
Precipitation reconstruction from climate-sensitive lithologies using Bayesian machine learning accepted in Environmental Modelling and Software journal and the Asia Oceania Geosciences Society 18th annual meeting

Vincent Chin and Sally Cripps
Effect Estimates of COVID-19 Non-Pharmaceutical Interventions are Non-Robust and Highly Model-Dependent in Journal of Clinical Epidemiology

Mark Jessell
3D Geological Structure Inversion from Noddy-generated magnetic data using deep learning methods published in Computers and Geosciences

Automated geological map deconstruction for 3D model construction published in Geoscientific Model Development

Mark Jessell and Mark Lindsay
dh2loop 1.0: an open-source python library for automated processing and classification of geological logs published in Geoscientific Model Development


Cooperative Inversion of Seismic and Gravity Data Using Weighted Structure-Based Constraints published in EarthDoc

Dacheng Tao
Detecting Human-Object Interaction via Fabricated Compositional Learning accepted at the Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition CVPR2021

Glenda Wardle
The Australian bushfire disaster: How to avoid repeating this catastrophe for biodiversity published in WIREs Climate Change