Business and services analytics
Our researchers develop mathematical sciences methods and technologies that are applied in many areas of Australia’s services sector, from finance to air traffic to healthcare.
Dr Sam Burnham: identifying biomarkers for Alzheimer's disease
Dr Sam Burnham uses mathematical techniques to study Alzheimer's disease, the most common form of dementia. She works on developing early screening tests, biomarker discovery, quantification of disease severity and better understanding of the disease pathway.
Modelling industrial granular flows
We’re using computer modelling techniques to model the flow of granular materials such as pharmaceutical or food powders and mineral sands or ores.
HCA-Vision: software for cytomics
Our HCA-Vision tool helps researchers find more effective, safer pharmaceuticals and better understand the mechanisms of disease. HCA-Vision is an automated image analysis software package that rapidly and reproducibly measures functional features of neuronal cells in images.
Dr Chuong Nguyen: creating 3D models from 2D images
Dr Chuong Nguyen is part of the Quantitative Imaging research group. He specialises in 3D phenotyping and advanced phenomics. This involves creating 3D models of plants and insects from multiple 2D images, so that the characteristics of these organisms can be measured accurately and automatically.
Computational modelling of fluid and particulate dynamics
CSIRO mathematicians are developing equations and software to solve critical fluid flow problems for industry and research.
CSIRO uses Computational Fluid Dynamics to model fluid and granular flows to solve problems of critical importance to industry and research.
Fluids process modelling
Researchers are using fluids process modelling to examine flow through processing facilities to optimise processes quickly and cost-effectively.
Computational and Mathematical Modelling
The Computational and Mathematical Modelling research program develops advanced computational and mathematical modelling tools to better understand, design and control physical and chemical processes that occur in wide range of both traditional and novel engineering applications.
Cloud-based image analysis and processing toolbox
We're using the National eResearch Collaboration Tools and Resources (NeCTAR) cloud infrastructure to provide improved access to biomedical image processing and analysis software packages to researchers.
Insect imaging system to accelerate species discovery
Scientists around the world are looking for innovative ways to accelerate the identification of new species. CSIRO scientists are developing an automated insect imaging system that will speed up the process of naming thousands of new species every year.
CSIRO Complex Systems Science
The CSIRO Complex Systems Science team supports a network of scientists who research complex systems, by providing opportunities for collaboration, sharing of ideas and capacity building.
CSIRO's futuristic hardware and software innovations are powering the push to use energy more efficiently and draw it from sustainable sources.