Sally’s research interests lie mainly in Bayesian methodology. In particular the spectral analysis of time series, flexible models for panel and longitudinal data, Gaussian and non-Gaussian nonparametric regression, and the development of efficient algorithms for large datasets. Sally holds an ARC Future Fellowship (2014-2018) and is an associate investigator in the ARC’s centre of excellence Big Data, Big Models Big Insights.
Professor Sally Cripps, will join a Co-Presentation: Introduction to DARE – Data Science in Resource and Environment to improve decision making for Australia’s resources’ industries within the EHS & Community session at IMARC. Download the programme now.