Patrick Grave

The University of Melbourne

Patrick Grave is a 3rd year undergraduate studying Statistics and Stochastic Processes at the University of Melbourne. He is interested in developing new statistical techniques that can be used to make better decisions about the world.

Patrick has contributed to research at the Walter and Eliza Hall Institute, receiving a Metcalf Scholarship, and the Center for Eye Research Australia, receiving the Hector Maclean Scholarship. He received the 2021 Maurice H. Belz First Prize in Statistics.

Aside from mathematics, Patrick runs a non-profit, the Melbourne Space Program, that runs challenging engineering projects to provide hands-on education to university students. He co-founded Omnisci Magazine at the University of Melbourne because he believes in the value of science communication – sharing science with the world.

In his spare time, Patrick enjoys running, hiking, reading classic literature, and flying light aircraft. He loves getting out into the world, trying new things, and going on adventures. For Patrick, mathematics is a way of solving problems, appreciating solutions, and seeing the world through a different lens.

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