Terence O'Neill

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  • Bond University, Bond Business School

    4229 Gold Coast

    Australia

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1983 …2021

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Research interests

My research and consulting capabilities span a large range of areas including applied statistics, big data, economic models and forecasting and finance. I have published widely in the areas of Statistics, Applied Mathematics, Biostatistics, Bioinformatics and Finance. I have also produced in excess of 80 articles with at least 20% in A* ranked journals.

The University Centre in Actuarial and Financial Big Data Analytics was established under my leadership, to help Bond University establish itself as a significant player in the Big Data and Analytics research space.

Current projects include:

  • Australian Research Council Linkage Grant totalling $267,230 for 'Expenditure needs and drawdown of retirement savings during later life: how important are demographic factors and financial resources.' T. J. O'Neill, P. F. McDonald, M. A. Martin, J. Penm, J. B. Temple, S. Roberts and T. Higgins.
  • Australian Research Council Discovery Grant totalling $300,000 for 'The improvement of climate change investigations by developing and applying innovative evolutionary subset time series modelling using semi parametric sparse patterned approaches.' T. J. O'Neill, R. D. Terrell, J Penm, J Penm, C. C. Li and A. Chen.
  • Australian Research Council Discovery Grant totalling $430,000 for 'Surviving financial crises: a study of the Australian Government securities market.' T. Smith, T. J. O'Neill, J. Ng, B. R. Oliver, K. L. Benson and M. S. Akhtar.
  • Australian Research Council Discovery Grant totalling $210,000 for 'The importance of being politically connected.' Smith, T; Shi, Jing; O'Neill, T. J.; Walsh, K. D.; Benson, K. L.; Tian, G. G.; Wang, Y. H., Mamiza.

Overall, I have collaborated on ten large ARC grants totalling $2.99 million, nine since 2003, of which I was lead Chief Investigator on five; I have also collaborated on seven other externally funded grants.

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Future research interests will mainly be in data analytics/big data, both theory and application

Expertise related to UN Sustainable Devlopment Goals

In 2015, UN member states agreed to 17 global Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to end poverty, protect the planet and ensure prosperity for all. This person’s work contributes towards the following SDG(s):

  • SDG 13 - Climate Action

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