Amanda Parker

Research Fellow and FHEA

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Computational Science

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Commencing in early 2021, Dr Amanda J. Parker is a research fellow in the School of Computing at The Australian National University. Dr Parker works in the Computational Science Cluster developing artificial intelligence methods for the challenges of domain specific scientific data. For the preceding three years she was a CSIRO Early Research Career Fellow in the Machine Learning Group. Dr Parker graduated with a PhD in physics from The University of British Columbia in 2018 specialising in statistical physics, soft matter, and computational science. In 2011 she was a Distinguished Visiting Fellow at IBM research Almaden awarded by The MacDiarmid Institute for Advanced Materials and Nanotechnology and her prior studies were completed at Victoria University of Wellington


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