Contact

 

Postal address: Delivery address:
QCIF
Axon Building, (Bldg 47)
The University of Queensland
St Lucia, Qld, 4072
Level 5, Axon Building, (Bldg 47)
The University of Queensland
St Lucia, Qld, 4072
Office phone: +61 7 3365 7534 
 
QCIF eResearch Analyst contacts for your local university: 
 

The University of Queensland

Dr David Green
ph: +61 7 3346 6635
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David is a QCIF eResearch Analyst and HPC Manager at The University of Queensland’s Research Computing Centre. He has long been using computers to "figure stuff out" and enjoys working with researchers to help them do the same. He was an academic in the Applied Physics and Computer Systems departments at the University of Technology, Sydney for almost 15 years. He has worked in research computing support roles at UQ since 2007.
 
Dr Edan Scriven
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Edan is a QCIF eResearch Analyst and software engineer at UQ's Research Computing Centre. Edan’s expertise is in systems development and operations, with a focus on cloud-based and other virtualised environments. 
 
Dr Marlies Hankel
ph: +61 7 3346 3996
mob: +61 4 0426 2445
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Marlies is a QCIF eResearch Analyst and researcher. She has over ten years' experience in high performance computing and cluster management. Her research interests include Quantum Dynamics and Computational Nanotechnology. Her main roles include looking after UQ's HPC cluster users and QCIF's partner share at the National Computational Infrastructure (NCI). If you are interested in obtaining computational time at the national compute facilities, please contact Marlies.
 
Dr Nick Hamilton
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Nick is a QCIF eResearch Analyst and researcher at UQ's institute for Molecular Bioscience. He works with biologists, mathematicians, computer scientists and others to develop methodologies and tools in mathematical modelling, machine learning, automated classification, graph algorithms, data visualisation and clustering, image segmentation, quantification, feature extraction, and inference from bio-imaging.
 

Queensland University of Technology

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We are currently awaiting the appointment of a new QUT-based QCIF eResearch Analyst.
  

Griffith University

Amanda Miotto
ph: +61 7 3735 4697
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Amanda is the QCIF eResearch Analyst at Griffith University. She has worked at Griffith as an eResearch Support Specialist for the past nine years, initially as a bioinformatician, then as a software developer and technical resource on various projects, and more recently as an analyst for groups such as Compounds Australia and Innovations in Health Technology. Griffith researchers are welcome to ask Amanda for help in areas such as Python and R coding, high performance computing, scientific workflows, solution design or general data science questions.

CQUniversity

Jason Bell
ph: +61 7 4930 9229
mob: +61 4 0963 0897
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Jason is a QCIF eResearch Analyst at CQU. He provides high performance computing support and technical advice to CQU researchers. Jason's research interests include video collaboration/conferencing tools, nonlinear optimisation, evolutionary algorithms, high performance computing, distributed and parallel computing, and robotics.
 

James Cook University

Chantelle Pinnington
ph: +61 7 4781 6475
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Chantelle is a QCIF eResearch Analyst at JCU based within the JCU eResearch Centre. With a background and degree in environmental science, Chantelle is a specialist in Geographic Information Systems. She has held professional roles using her GIS and database management skills with the Queensland Government and North Queensland Bulk Ports. JCU researchers are welcome to ask Chantelle for help with GIS and QCIF services, such as high performance computing, data storage and data management. 

University of Southern Queensland

Dr Francis Gacenga
ph: +61 7 4687 5640
mob: +61 4 7707 2707
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Francis is a QCIF eResearch Analyst at USQ. He has 15 years' experience in IT service management as a researcher and practitioner. His main role is to increase the uptake of QCIF IT services and infrastructure use. Francis has experience working in government agencies in IT service strategy, design, transition, operation and continual service improvement. He is dedicated to delivering eResearch services by helping researchers use HPC, collaboration tools and services, research project management, and research data management to enable data-driven collaborative research and foster an interdisciplinary research culture. Please contact Francis for HPC compute, parallel computing, virtualisation, video collaboration, research project management, data management and storage services.
 
 
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