Centre for Integrative Ecology
Liz studied a Bachelor of Psychological Science at Adelaide University before undertaking a Masters of Data Science at Deakin. She completed her study while working in mining and construction as an industrial abseiler. She is currently working as a research assistant with Dr Malerba and Dr Lam, focusing on the psychosocial drivers of agricultural decision making in relation to wetland revitalisation and farm dam enhancement.
Liz has previously worked as research assistant in the fields of environmental psychology as well as linking cognitive and data sciences. During her postgraduate study, Liz worked with Dr Malerba, leading a team of students to create a web application that identifies surface water from high resolution satellite imagery using machine learning techniques.
Social science, psychology, data science, environmental psychology, wetland humanities
Wang, Shuang & Beheshti, Amin & Wang, Yufei & Lu, Jianchao & Sheng, Quan & Elbourn, Stephen & Alinejad-Rokny, Hamid & Galanis, Liz. (2021). Assessment2Vec: Learning Distributed Representations of Assessments to Reduce Marking Workload. 10.1007/978-3-030-78270-2_68.