Aloke is an engineer-turned-applied statistician. He started his professional career in rocket science but then discovered statistics. He spent more than 20 years at CSIRO, where he carried out research in applied statistics; worked with a wide range of industries and in diverse areas such as industrial statistics, biomarker discovery, and climate extremes; and developed short courses for practicing engineers and scientists. At Curtin, he led the development of the undergraduate Data Science major and is currently Associate Director of the Centre.
Aloke is an advocate of the sensible use of statistics for answering real-world problems, so he’s happy to help with anything!