The WA Data Science Innovation Hub (WADSIH) is a joint partnership between the WA State Government and Curtin University.
The goal of the Hub is to ensure the State remains at the forefront of the digital revolution by increasing the uptake, education, training and awareness of data science in Western Australia.
WADSIH’s mission is to support the development of a data driven ecosystem and culture by fostering collaboration, promoting expertise, advocating for and enabling data literacy across the community, industry, academia and government.
WADSIH acts as the bridge between these sectors, connecting WA capability and resources to further advance the application of data science, leading to economic growth and new jobs for all West Australians.
Hon Stephen Dawson MLC is the Minister for Emergency Services; Innovation and ICT; Medical Research; Volunteering.
Dr Karl Kruszelnicki is a scientist, doctor and engineer whose fun-loving personality led him to become a well-known author and science communicator.
Professor Lyn Beazley serves on numerous boards and councils and is a proud patron for several organisations that work to bring education and employment opportunities to neurodiverse people.
Cettina is passionate about tackling complex problems and nurturing big ideas to create change and a deep understanding of the value created through the connection of strategy, human centred design, data and collaborative innovation.
As Chief Scientist of WA, Professor Peter Klinken’s passion is to see the State develop into a global hub of creativity and innovation in all sectors.