Data Scientist, CSIRO

Kelly Trinh is a Data Scientist at Data61, CSIRO. She is currently working on forecasting the trends of jobs/skills in Queensland labour market at Data61.

She graduated with a BEconomics (Hons) majoring in Econometrics, University of Queensland, and recently submitted her PhD thesis in the field of Econometrics, University of Queensland. Her research interest includes Bayesian Econometrics, Reduced Rank Regression, Vector-Auto-regressive Model, Time-varying Parameter Model, Applied Macroeconometrics.

Experience

  • –present
    Data Scientist, CSIRO