These are examples of non-confidential research projects where IDTC Students have partnered with organisations.
IDTC student Nigel Clay partnered with the Australian Red Cross Blood service to develop a model to optimise hospital order quantities and blood bank requests for donation, ensuring that fresh blood is available when and where it is needed most.
In conjunction with industry partner Florey Institute of Neuroscience and Mental Health and as a part of a team of Australian and international collaborators, IDTC researcher Mahsa Keshtkaran has implemented a model that demonstrated that each minute of stroke onset-to-treatment time saved results on average in an 1.8 days of extra healthy life.
IDTC student Patricia Gilholm has partnered with The Developing Foundation to create and apply suitable Bayesian methods for modelling developmental milestones and to assess the effectiveness of treatment for young children with rare and heterogeneous disabilities.
With the objective of improving our understanding of the mechanisms governing atherosclerosis, IDTC student Sargon Gabriel has partnered with the CSIRO to develop mathematical models that characterise its development.
IDTC student Mustafa Hamad is going to use computer simulation methods to understand and predict the behavior of pharmaceutical drugs in two unit operations, micronisation and compaction, in AstraZeneca’s production pipeline.
In cooperation with KAEFER Integrated Services Pty Ltd, IDTC student Wenzheng Ying proposed an interpretation method that implemented convolutional neural networks to recognise actions of scaffolding process for productivity analysis based on onsite videos. As planned, KAEFER would facilitate the onsite data collection and scaffolding practical guidance.
IDTC Student Pubudu Thilan has partnered with the Australian Institute of Marine Sciences to develop new Bayesian adaptive design methods for imrpoving