3 trainers found

Expertise academic: Deep Learning  or Deep learning  or Phylogenetics 


Darya Vanichkina

Dr Darya Vanichkina is a Data Science Consultant and Analytics Trainer at the University of Sydney’s Informatics Hub (SIH). She delivers impact through solving research questions using big data, programming, machine learning, high performance & cloud computing. Darya develops and delivers...

Location: Sydney, NSW, Australia

Vanichkina Darya darya.vanichkina@sydney.edu.au Sydney, NSW, Australia Dr Darya Vanichkina is a Data Science Consultant and Analytics Trainer at the University of Sydney’s Informatics Hub (SIH). She delivers impact through solving research questions using big data, programming, machine learning, high performance & cloud computing. Darya develops and delivers materials, and trains others to do the same by leading the SIH data science training program, coaching and mentoring other data scientists in the team via workshops and guidance around evidence-based training practices. Darya holds a PhD in Genomics and Bioinformatics and is a Fellow of the UK HEA. ["English", "Russian"] https://orcid.org/0000-0002-0406-164X
Duc Van Thanh Nguyen

PhD student at Monash University

Location: Monash University

Nguyen Duc Van Thanh thanh.nguyen4@monash.edu Monash University PhD student at Monash University ["English"]
Kathryn Hall

Kathryn is a skilled invertebrate animal taxonomist. She is employed by the National Imaging Facility as the Training and Community Engagement Manager for the Australian Characterisation Commons at Scale (ACCS) Project. Currently based on campus at The University of Queensland (UQ), she worked...

Location: Brisbane, Australia

Hall Kathryn kathryn.hall@uq.edu.au Brisbane, Australia Kathryn is a skilled invertebrate animal taxonomist. She is employed by the National Imaging Facility as the Training and Community Engagement Manager for the Australian Characterisation Commons at Scale (ACCS) Project. Currently based on campus at The University of Queensland (UQ), she worked for 15 years in the museum sector, after completing her studies at UQ. Her role with the ACCS is to help the researchers who want to use HPC through CVL. Her goal is to establish rapid independence on the platform for all users, from novice to expert, and facilitate the development of deep and expert capacity within the Australian characterisation community. Kathryn has expertise in: * invertebrate animal taxonomy * phylogenetics and morphometrics * biological characterisation using light microscopy and scanning electron microscopy * DNA sequencing * phylogenetics and evolutionary biology * community engagement * training and learning ["English"] https://orcid.org/0000-0002-8785-4513