Josiah Murray

The University of Newcastle

Josiah Murray is an applied mathematics student at the University of Newcastle. His work in mathematics has primarily centered around the deformation of beams, especially in the context of railway systems. He has also diversified his studies, however, by taking on science projects. Josiah has recently seen success working as part of a small team for an industry client, conducting case studies on the 17 Sustainable Development Goals in the Hunter Region. Always looking for places to apply mathematics, he developed a heuristic model to evaluate the scoring criteria used in the case studies.

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