Luke Knibbs is Associate Professor, Epidemiology and Public Health Data Science, at the School of Public Health and Director, Public Health Research Analytics and Methods for Evidence (PHRAME), at Sydney Local Health District (SLHD). Luke has a multidisciplinary background in atmospheric science, epidemiology and geographic information systems. This has informed his long-standing interest, originally borne out of necessity, in harnessing large and/or high-dimensional data sets to answer questions on anthropogenic sources of environmental change and the exposures that may mediate effects on human health, including air pollution among others. The majority of recent work is focused on, and done in collaboration with colleagues in, low- and middle-income countries.
Martin Cope has worked in the area of air quality modelling and applications for over 30 years. He has been employed by CSIRO as a Principal Research Scientist for more than 20 years and over this period has contributed to air quality science in Australia. His principal area of research has been into the development of models which describe the sources and formation of biogenic and anthropogenic secondary gases and aerosols in the Australian atmosphere.
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