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Stand-alone Reditus™: stochastic and local volatilities for exotic options

A one-page flyer about Reditus™, a dynamic design, pricing and trading tool for the finance industry.  It is the first commercial options-pricing software to incorporate stochastic volatility and instantaneous volatility models.

Selecting the right technology for future power-generation

As new technologies for power generation emerge, we need to estimate a range of future scenarios such as electricity and carbon prices before we decide which technology will be the best long-term investment for our energy future. (14 pages)

Science for services

This brochure highlights how government agencies, telcos, travel companies, banks and other service organisations can benefit from CSIRO research. In this brochure, you can read about 11 research successes in the Australian service sector. (4 pages)

Maths versus the flu: modelling the growth of an epidemic (Podcast 29 Oct 2010)

New methods for detecting disease outbreaks earlier have been developed in a collaborative effort between CSIRO and NSW Health. (6:30)

Stand-alone Reditus™ exotic options platform

A one-page flyer about Reditus™ financial analysis software which has a stand-alone platform for exotic options or it can be integrated with your existing software.  Reditus™ can price instruments in equity, foreign-exchange and commodities markets.

Reditus™ exotic options platform product list for FENICS™ FX

A one-page flyer about the Reditus™ financial analysis software which has been developed by CSIRO mathematicians.  The Reditus™ exotic options platform has 34 products available to tailor it to the individual analysts’ needs.

CSIRO e-health innovation: enabling a revolution in healthcare

This brochure describes how CSIRO is using information and communication technologies to build a sustainable health care system for Australia. (6 pages)

Going wireless in the bush: the revolution will be televised (Podcast 22 Mar 2011)

CSIRO is developing wireless broadband technology that could operate using barely a quarter the number of transmission towers required by current systems. (8:51)


Dr Alex Zelinsky has commenced as full-time Director of the CSIRO ICT Centre after a transitional period from his former role as CEO of Seeing Machines Pty Limited.

Sensor and Sensor Networks: 2009-2010 Year in Review

This annual report highlights CSIRO's activities and scientific achievements in sensor network technologies from July 2009 to June 2010. (56 pages)

Robots on the Run teacher's guide

CSIRO Education runs the Robots on the Run hands-on workshop in South Australia for students from Years 6 to 9. Download the Robots & Artificial Intelligence teacher's guide for activities to do with your class.

43ScannerContract ICT MedRelTsr

A contract for the construction and supply of cutting edge neutron scanning technology was today signed by the CEOs of Customs and the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO).

Calculating the cost of a maths crisis (Podcast 07 Apr 2010)

In a world drowning in data, there is an urgent need for more mathematicians and statisticians to manage it and extract information that's useful. (6:52)

CSIRO Mathematical and Information Sciences 2008–09: Foundations for CSIRO's solutions

This booklet provides a snapshot of CSIRO Mathematical and Information Sciences highlights for the 2008–09 financial year. (2 pages)

Reditus™ Monte-Carlo/analytic plug-in for FENICS™ FX

A one-page flyer that outlines the instrument options for the Reditus™ MC/analytic plug-ins.

Lose weight online with CSIRO (Podcast 19 Jul 2010)

Australians who are serious about losing weight are being asked to help CSIRO develop a web-based diet management program. (6:14)

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