Virginia Wheway, Guest Lecturer

August 2016

Earlier this year, Virginia Wheway spoke to students at the International Grammar School, as part of the Scientists and Mathematicians in Schools program. She utilised several of her data mining and visualisation techniques, such as this chart, which indicates WaterNSW delivered greater bulk water flows in the summer months, as well as on Sundays. The increase flows on Sundays continue to be observed in the winter months. Visualisation techniques like this one can help conceptualise large amounts of raw data, making the information more accessible. Virginia also frequently guest lectures at tertiary institutions, including the University of Sydney, UTS, UNSW and the University of Wollongong.

Posted on August 16, 2016 and filed under Presentations.