EY Better Working World Data Science Challenge
If you are a university student, young professional with less than two years of experience or an EY employee looking to learn more about data science and are interested in building a sustainable future – join us as we ask: How do you preserve biodiversity with the click of a button?
Life in all its various forms is biodiversity. This variety of life is fundamental to the function of ecosystems, the health of forests – and even our prosperity. In this year's challenge, help us build computational models to locate biodiversity, specifically frogs. Frogs are a go-to for scientists wanting to study the health of a particular ecosystem. The winning outputs will help scientists, policymakers and governments to protect and predict the richness of biodiversity in a specific area. Join us to collectively help save the plants, animals and microorganisms that are critical to a healthy society and a thriving economy.
What do you get?
- Students get free access to Azure, Microsoft's cutting-edge technology stack, as well as free Microsoft IT certifications
- Access to tutorials and training
- The opportunity to collaborate with others around the world
- The chance to win up to US$10,000 in cash prizes
- The top 30 finalists in each challenge will also win mentoring from EY
Applications are now open.
- Job type:Scholarships
Accounting, Business and Commerce, Computer Science,...
- Work rights:
Australian Permanent Resident, New Zealand...
- Work from home:
Employees are allowed to work remotely some of the time but most of the work is done at the company’s physical office. Remote work is considered a perk or a privilege. For example, an employee may work from home for 1-2 days per week.
Canberra, Sydney, Darwin,...
- Closing Date:18th Mar 2022, 1:22 am