Behind the scenes of the science and the supercomputing, invisible behind the datasets and the virtual laboratories, are the people who keep them running and those who use them for discoveries that improve our world.


Dr Raffaella Demichelis

"I think the ability to express my creativity – an essential ingredient in research and education – is what makes me love what I do the most."


A/Prof Megan O'Mara

"I’m very proud of my research group: the way they complement each other’s strengths and abilities, how they work together as a team to support each other and do fantastic science."


Dr Simon Marsland

"Hadn’t really thought what was next in life but saw an ad in the paper for what was the latest application date for any PhD program in the country. Everything else was long since closed. But with...


Dr Sophie Calabretto

"I love what I do because the problems I work on are challenging. In a field such as fluid mechanics, with a long and proud tradition, there is not really any low-hanging fruit left."


Drew Whitehouse

A visualisation programmer at NCI since before NCI was NCI, Drew has decades of experience producing beautiful videos and images built on scientific data and industry leading methods.