The annual DARE Symposium is a fantastic opportunity to showcase our impactful research addressing environmental challenges using sophisticated data science methodologies. This year's program covered a diverse range of topics from deep-sea biota identification and ecological forecasting, to symbolic data analysis, causal discovery, and spatial-temporal quantile...

National Science Week aims to celebrate talents and achievements across science, innovation, mathematics, engineering and technology, as well as demonstrate the relevance of these fields to our daily lives, the wellbeing of society and the environmentally sustainable growth of our economy. We embraced this opportunity to...

The DARE team had a busy week at the 25th International Congress on Modelling and Simulation (MODSIM2023) with 11 presentations, two posters and of course, networking with other modelling experts! Three DARE PhD candidates presented their work, the team delivered a session on the opportunities and...

The DARE team are excited to begin a new project in collaboration with WaterNSW, which aims to help more accurately calculate the surface water losses experienced in mining impacted catchments in the Metropolitan Special Areas. Sophisticated data science capability guided by industry and domain experts...

Thursday, 27th May 2021 A recent paper by Dr Rohitash Chandra and colleagues has helped to close large gaps in the knowledge of environmental change over time, by harnessing the power of machine learning. This cutting-edge research utilises machine learning to reconstruct precipitation for the last 250 million years based on coal deposits - contributing...