Goals of the Program
- to support new collaborations leading to long-term relationships that span faculties and disciplines across campus
- to advance research that joins data science expertise with domain expertise
- to enable innovative research ideas, the exploration of new ways of conducting research and research that could lead to new methodologies in data science
- to build new research capacity
2023 Seed Funding Round
The 2023 Seed Funding Round is now closed.
We invited proposals for projects that cross any disciplines, that will benefit from the methodologies and applications of data science, and that circularly advance data science by providing expertise from a domain outside of data science.
2022 Seed Funded Projects
Optimising time varying reserve strategies for conversation biology
Climate Policy in Australia
Harnessing Big Data: processing large-scale policy text data to provide evidence on the current landscape of climate actors’ policies and their performance in Australia
Harnessing internet and mobility data during the pandemic to better understand discretionary social activity during a public health crisis
Aligning policy to effects of discretionary behaviour change accurately
2021 Seed Funded Projects
AI at the forefront of the eye
An artificial intelligence platform to transform the analysis of in vivo confocal microscopy images of the living human cornea
Do hiring algorithms discriminate against CVs with feminine language? This interdisciplinary project investigates how and to what extent predictive hiring systems can discriminate against women and CVs with feminine language.
The Victorian twin cohort study
Harnessing the power of linked data for twin studies to improve health for all