Jason Nguyen

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Jason is an OPTIMA software engineer based in the Department of Data Science and Artificial Intelligence at the Faculty of Information Technology, Monash University. He has extensive programming experience in a wide range of areas including web development, systems programming, and low-level embedded programming. Jason is involved in the development of the MiniZinc constraint modelling language compiler, integrated development environment (IDE), and related projects, as well as the organisation and execution of the MiniZinc Challenge, a competition which benchmarks and compares various constraint solving technologies.

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Dr Charlotte Hurry

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Charlotte is a project manager, researcher, and higher education professional with 20 experience working in universities, including in the project teams of two ARC Centre’s of Excellence at Monash University. Her experience includes operational and strategic management, research administration, financial management, KPI and financial reporting, research project development, event management, industry engagement, outreach, communications, equity, diversity and inclusion, governance, project management and delivery. She is highly experienced in developing training programs for students and early career researchers. In 2009, Charlotte graduated with a first-class honours in population genetics and conservation biology from Monash University in Melbourne. In 2016, Charlotte completed a PhD at Griffith University, Queensland, in the population genetics, systematics and freshwater ecology of freshwater mountain crayfish.

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