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Claire is mathematically minded, loves puzzles, good at problem solving, and adept with linux and HPC systems. She enjoys sharing her enthusiasm for maths and science.

Claire joined CSIRO Marine & Atmospheric Research in 2011 working on ocean wave climate modelling. After a period working as a Senior Research Data Services Specialist for the National Computational Infrastructure (NCI) in Canberra between 2014-2017, she returned to CSIRO’s Oceans & Atmosphere division in 2017 working in the Sea level, waves and coastal extremes team alongside the regional climate team as part of the Climate extremes and projections group. In a past life she was a radio astronomer, and is also a qualified high school maths/science teacher.

Academic Qualifications

  • 2015

    Master of Teaching
    University of Tasmania

  • 2012

    Master of Philosophy (physics)
    Curtin University

  • 2004

    Bachelor of Science (Hons)
    University of Tasmania

Community and Corporate Citizenship

  • 2011-Present

    Scientists & Mathematicians (STEM Professionals) in Schools