My name is Kim Bente and I am a Research Associate at the School of Computer Science, University of Sydney. My research interests are centred around using Data Science techniques on health related data. I am part of the multi-disciplinary Human-centered technology research cluster led by my supervisor, Professor Judy Kay. My current research is interdisciplinary, applying an array of Data Science techniques like classification models, association rules, and data visualisation, to data from a Public Health Nutrition Study, which used a smartphone app to record participants' diet. I have also worked on educational data mining and criminology data, and I have a strong interest to expand to environmental topics in the future.
I have completed the Master of Data Science [with high distinction] from the University of Sydney in 2020 and I hold a Bachelor of Science from the Technical University Munich, in Management & Technology, specialising in Chemical Engineering.
I am very excited about the prospect to do start a PhD, and I am currently seeking funding opportunities.
Please contact me through firstname.lastname@example.org
The Daily Data Dose [DDD] is a compilation of my favourite data-related resources, both informative & entertaining. My shortlist includes podcasts, websites, talks and other useful things that I came across. Most of these I have recommended to a plethora of data-enthusiasts, so it was time to put a list on the web. I thank everyone who has introduced me to any of these gems. Links are included below.