The Centre for Environmental Informatics (CEI) is world-leading in Environmental Informatics – using environmental data to reveal, quantify, and validate scientific hypotheses.
Centre for Environmental Informatics
Environmental Informatics (EI) uses environmental data to reveal, quantify, and validate scientific hypotheses. It does this with a panoply of tools from the Statistics, Mathematics, Computing, and Visualisation disciplines.
There is a realization in the environmental sciences that uncertainty needs to be quantified, not only in the data, but also in the scientific processes and their parameters. CEI consists of a group of researchers and support staff who are developing statistical, mathematical, computational and visualisation tools to interface with the environmental sciences.
Distinguished Professor Noel Cressie (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Phone: 02 4221 5076
CEI consists of a group of talented researchers and support staff, who use their skills to tackle "big science" environmental problems.