Pawsey Friday: Big Data Analytics, Protecting Lives of Premature Babies
3:00pm - 5:00pm
Join Pawsey’s High-Performance Computing Research Fellowship, Jennifer Yeung, on August 16. Jennifer will be presenting an update on the current status of the Artemis Project in Australia before heading back to Canada to continue with her research project.
Jennifer is Pawsey’s first HPC Research Fellow and is currently completing her Master of Computer Science degree through Ontario Tech University in Canada. Her work at Pawsey pursues the implementation of the online health analytics platform, Artemis, across WA to monitor the second by second health data for premature babies in neonatal wards in urban and remote country clinical settings.
Jennifer holds a Bachelor of Aerospace Engineering degree and a Professional Master’s Diploma in Aerospace Design Management from Ryerson University in Toronto. Before being awarded the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee scholarship in 2018 to attend her research placement at the WA Department of Health, she was an engineer in the Canadian aerospace industry for 5 years. She is a passionate advocate for diversity in STEM and encourages future generations to diversity their interests to explore cross-disciplinary careers.
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