Opportunities to develop your mathematical sciences career
CSIRO Mathematics, Informatics and Statistics offers students opportunities to explore new horizons and be part of a team that values excellence in science. We encourage our quantitative scientists to deepen their knowledge in their field and participate in cross-disciplinary teams that deliver science with big impact.
Monitoring water quality in South-East Queensland
CSIRO is helping to develop water quality monitoring programs for the bays, estuaries and freshwaters of South-East Queensland.
CSIRO worked with government, industry, universities and the community to develop a water quality management strategy for the bays, estuaries and freshwaters of South-East Queensland.
Smart statistics for bioinformatics
CSIRO is developing new statistical tools for analysing microarray data to enable faster drug discovery and development of simpler clinical diagnostic tests.
Globally, services science is a new and emerging area as the services sector itself grows in importance and size.
Using statistics to predict seabed fauna
Wealth from Oceans Flagship environmental statisticians are working to predict the type and distribution of marine seabed fauna on Australia's continental slope.
Scheduling boats, crews and missions
CSIRO services scientists have worked with the Royal Australian Navy and the Defence Science and Technology Organisation (DSTO) to solve some important fleet scheduling challenges.
Risk management and decision support overview
CSIRO is helping businesses and organisations understand and manage risk to make better use of their information for decision making.
CSIRO is conducting risk research that assists businesses and organisations in avoiding the avoidable and reducing the impact of the unavoidable.
Automated detection of road cracks
CSIRO’s automated road sensing system, RoadCrack, is able to find cracks in road paving down to a width of one millimetre at high speeds, reducing the cost and increasing the accuracy of road crack detection.
Rice gene machine information management system
CSIRO has developed software and processes to help biologists, lab managers and technicians manage the mass of data generated by large-scale, high-throughput plant mutagenesis experiments.
Restoring near-city catchments
The Restoring Near-City Catchments project aims to guide management plans for the restoration and protection of healthy waterways and water ecosystems in near-city catchments around Australia.