Dr Daniel Grainger, College of Business, Law and Governance
See Daniel’s full research profile here.
What are your research interests as they relate to northern Australia?
Northern Australia has myriad important features of which best possible group decision-making is desirable in order to properly manage them. My research interest is fundamentally focused on how groups make best possible decisions in an environment of disaggregated and uncertain information. I have found that my research interest and the desire to properly manage Northern Australia in a sustainable way align well with one another. Whilst my post doctoral work may best be described as mathematical economics, as an electrical engineer for much of my working life, I have enjoyed the implementation from mathematical designs into real world tools and applications.
What do you love about working in northern Australia?
My family and I absolutely love living in Northern Australia. Born and raised in Northern Australia, I have always found that the community is as beautiful as its landscape. In my work in Northern Australia I have participated in solving only some of the many community development puzzles. It is an understatement to say I love puzzles. So I look forward to continuing my contribution where I can going forward.
Current projectCompleted project
NESP RLH, 2021-2027NESP, 2015-2021NERP, 2012-2015TRaCK, 2005-present