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Flight Path to Sustainable Aviation Fuels

With emissions reduction and fuel security in mind, Australia and New Zealand’s main aviation players approached CSIRO Energy Transformed Flagship to work collaboratively on a study that would help plan a sustainable future for aviation fuels.

The Energy Futures Forum (EFF)

The Energy Futures Forum completed its major objectives and released its final report The heat is on: the future of energy in Australia in December 2006.

The UVQ model: urban water balance and contaminant balance analysis tool

Urban Volume and Quality (UVQ) provides environmental modellers and scientists with a valuable insight into the viability of alternative water servicing options.

Report: A world without wires

Our visionary report discusses the threat of "peak data" and what that could mean for the way we connect and access essential services in the future.

Electric Driveway: vehicles and household power

CSIRO is evaluating the benefits and impact of electric vehicles on Australia’s electricity networks and energy systems, and in the homes and cities of the future, to help reduce emissions from electricity generation and transport.

What is Ngara

Discover our latest wireless broadband technology, Ngara, which is optimising the wireless spectrum and helping connect more people in more places.

Flagship Collaboration Fund Clusters

Clusters are the main element of the Flagship Collaboration Fund, which facilitates the involvement of the broader research community in addressing the ambitious goals of the Flagships.

Monitoring our oceans with robotic floats

Collecting ocean data using robotic floats through the Argo project is helping scientists understand Australian regional and global ocean processes.

Dr Paulo de Souza

At CSIRO's Computational Informatics, Dr Paulo de Souza is leading research on micro-sensor technologies and systems.

Sewerage overview

CSIRO is helping Australia take a wide ranging view of managing its water and sewer systems.

Postdoctoral Fellowships at CSIRO Computational Informatics

Postdoctoral Fellowships at CSIRO Computational Informatics offer PhD graduates the opportunity to work with leaders in the field of mathematical and information sciences.

CSIRO Computational Informatics

At CSIRO Computational Informatics, we use data and information to tackle Australia’s and the world’s most pressing economic and developmental challenges. Through computer science and engineering, statistics and mathematics, we aim to realise and extend the potential of our increasingly interconnected, digitised, and automated world.

Queensland Centre for Advanced Technologies (QCAT)

The Queensland Centre for Advanced Technologies (QCAT) is a collaboration between CSIRO and the State Government of Queensland. Research at QCAT covers robotics and automation, reducing greenhouse gas emissions, casting processes, mining science and engineering and improvement of iron ore processing.

Speeding up science: CSIRO's CPU-GPU supercomputer

CSIRO's Bragg supercomputer cluster was among the world's first to combine traditional CPUs with more powerful graphics processing units or GPUs, providing a world class computational and simulation science facility to advance priority CSIRO science.

Airborne lidar data processing services

The CSIRO Vegetation Sensing and Information team provides a range of services to assist in the analysis of airborne lidar datasets.

Dr Jonathan Roberts: Program Leader

Dr Jonathan Roberts is Program Leader of Autonomous Systems at CSIRO's Computational Informatics.

Dr Iain Collings: Deputy Chief - Research

Dr Iain Collings is Deputy Chief - Research in CSIRO's Computational Informatics.

Dr Christine O'Keefe: turning data into knowledge for informed decision-making

Dr Christine O'Keefe is Program Leader for Decision and User Science in CSIRO Computational Informatics. She turns data into knowledge for informed decision-making and action in the services economy.

Reditus™ finance software

Reditus™ is a dynamic design, pricing and trading tool for the finance industry.

Understanding bushfire impact on water yield

In the summer of 2002-03, devastating bushfires destroyed 700 000 hectares of forest in northeast Victoria. CSIRO scientists used remote sensing technologies to estimate the impact of the fires on water yield in major catchment areas.

CSIRO launches Mandarin Podcasts

A series of podcasts in Mandarin language were launched in Canberra today which highlight careers in science and in working with Australian science and industry to a potential audience of 1.2 billion people worldwide.

Australian Centre for Broadband Innovation (ACBI)

Connecting people to the benefits of broadband through innovative services.

Dr Megan Fisher: Executive Manager – IP and Licensing (MMM Group)

Dr Megan Fisher, Executive Manager – IP and Licensing (MMM Group), has tertiary qualifications in science and business and an outstanding track record in strategic management, business development and technology commercialisation.

Canberra: Acton, ACT (Australian National University)

The campus of The Australian National University is home to the Canberra-based staff of CSIRO Computational Informatics.

Risk profile analysis: guidance for the Home Insulation Safety Program

CSIRO’s top experts in risk analysis were commissioned by the Commonwealth Department of Climate Change and Energy Efficiency to give specialist advice on the scope, design, size and development of the inspection and rectification program for non-foil insulation installed under the Home Insulation Program.

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