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A collaborative research between CET, Monash and GSWA winning an ARC Linkage grant

by User Not Found | Jul 01, 2014
Researchers from CET, GSWA and Monash University were successful in winning a grant from the Australian Research Council (ARC) linkage scheme. The project is titled “Reducing 3D Geological Uncertainty via Improved Data Interpretation Methods”.
Researchers from CET, GSWA and Monash University were successful in winning a grant from the Australian Research Council (ARC) linkage scheme. The project is titled “Reducing 3D Geological Uncertainty via Improved Data Interpretation Methods”.  This project aims to improve the integrity of 3D geological models which heavily relies on robust and consistent data interpretation.  The project proposes an innovative workflow for 3D modelling to minimise geological uncertainty by developing and applying advanced visualisation and intelligent decision support methods which can be considered as a spelling and grammar checker for geological interpretation.  This grant (2014-2017) was awarded to Prof. Mark Jessell, A/Prof Eun-Jung Holden, Prof Adrian Baddeley, Prof  Peter Kovesi, Assist/Prof. Mark Lindsay, Assist/Prof  Daniel Wedge, Dr. Jonathan Hronsky from CET; Dr. Klaus Gessner from GSWA ;and  Dr. Laurent Ailleres (Monash).