The AURIN Team is pleased to introduce our new Director, Prof. Jane Hunter. Jane is taking over interim management whilst we aim to complete the appointment of a permanent director, in the second half of 2019. During her posting at AURIN, Jane will be driving our Strategic Review, Technical Review, Governance Review and our […]
The AURIN Data Team have been working diligently to bring you ABS data from the 1981, 1986, 1991 and 1996 census. It will be made available through our AURIN Workbench soon. Why historical census data? Gathering this data in one place and preparing it for analysis and spatial decision making will enable the research community […]
Recently AURIN provided data and analytics for an article published in The Age. Read the full article here. Follow up articles are continuing the discussion: Melbourne now as clogged as Sydney, and the city’s north-east has worst traffic Are Melbourne’s sprawling outer suburbs destined to become ghettos?
AURIN contributed data and mapping to this article in The Age by Royce Millar and Ben Schneiders. The article explores Melbourne unprecedented growth and the impact on our livability. Dr Georgia Garrard and her team from the Centre for Urban Research at RMIT University (CUR) worked with AURIN to access demographic data and produce the urban growth […]
Through the Urban Futures Enabling Capability Platform at RMIT University, the Healthy, Liveable Cities group is delighted to be offering two PhD scholarships: A PhD Scholarship in Urban Futures Social Inequities investigating whether those who reside in more liveable neighbourhoods, but are of lower socioeconomic position, experience a ‘pulling up’ effect on their mental health […]
Outline of the Research The rate per capita of preventable paediatric presentations to hospital emergency departments (EDs) has risen steeply over the past 12 years, resulting in significant policy and resourcing implications, both in Australia and overseas. In Melbourne, there is concern that already overburdened paediatric emergency services will not be able to meet the […]
The Greater Impact through Environmental Infrastructure Symposium will be held at the National Library of Australia in May. This symposium celebrates the collaborative impact of 10 years of investment into environmental infrastructure, and provides a platform to foster new collaborations and shape future innovations to enable future impact. With Plenary talks from Professor Suzanne Miller, Queensland Chief […]