Wed, 12 Feb 2020
  • eResearch NZ

    Wed, 12 Feb 2020 - Fri, 14 Feb 2020  

    In 2020, eResearch NZ's theme of United in Data will highlight the challenges and solutions associated with the management, sharing, analysis and visualisation of data; issues that are of fundamental importance across the breadth of the research landscape. In particular, we will bring together data-focused researchers across disciplines and communities who are exploring the ways that data science and associated technologies can be used to support and advance research outcomes in NZ and internationally.

    eResearch NZ 202 aims to:

    • showcase innovative work-in-progress or recent project results where digital tools were applied
    • highlight current and emerging priorities, trends, and best practices in eResearch approaches
    • provide opportunities for skills training, professional development, and mentoring in digital research tools and eResearch applications
    • draw experience and inspiration from eResearch programs and projects in other regions
    • build communities of practice that foster and support collaboration and knowledge-sharing within and beyond NZ’s research sector

    Last year, the event was hosted in Auckland, NZ and drew speakers and attendees from across New Zealand, Australia, South Korea, and North America.

    Follow @eResearchNZ for updates. Or visit the website

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Thu, 13 Feb 2020
  • eResearch NZ

    Wed, 12 Feb 2020 - Fri, 14 Feb 2020  

    In 2020, eResearch NZ's theme of United in Data will highlight the challenges and solutions associated with the management, sharing, analysis and visualisation of data; issues that are of fundamental importance across the breadth of the research landscape. In particular, we will bring together data-focused researchers across disciplines and communities who are exploring the ways that data science and associated technologies can be used to support and advance research outcomes in NZ and internationally.

    eResearch NZ 202 aims to:

    • showcase innovative work-in-progress or recent project results where digital tools were applied
    • highlight current and emerging priorities, trends, and best practices in eResearch approaches
    • provide opportunities for skills training, professional development, and mentoring in digital research tools and eResearch applications
    • draw experience and inspiration from eResearch programs and projects in other regions
    • build communities of practice that foster and support collaboration and knowledge-sharing within and beyond NZ’s research sector

    Last year, the event was hosted in Auckland, NZ and drew speakers and attendees from across New Zealand, Australia, South Korea, and North America.

    Follow @eResearchNZ for updates. Or visit the website

    See more details

  • Identifiers for instruments (I4IOz)- Community of practice meeting

    Thu, 13 Feb 2020  1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

    Sign up: https://sites.google.com/ardc.edu.au/i4ioz

    A persistent identifier (PID) is a long-lasting reference to a digital resource. There is a growing need to uniquely identify instruments in many research communities. PIDs for instruments have many potential benefits:

    - To enable unambiguous reference to digital representations of instruments

    - To generate metrics that quantify the use of instruments and the rationale for future funding

    - To link data to the instruments that generated them (provenance) to help with published papers and data tracking and citation

    - To aid equipment logistics and mission planning

    - To improve the discoverability and visibility of instruments and their data, published on the web

    This community of practice is for people in Australia interested in or actively working on solutions in this space.

    Sign up: https://sites.google.com/ardc.edu.au/i4ioz

    See more details

Fri, 14 Feb 2020
  • eResearch NZ

    Wed, 12 Feb 2020 - Fri, 14 Feb 2020  

    In 2020, eResearch NZ's theme of United in Data will highlight the challenges and solutions associated with the management, sharing, analysis and visualisation of data; issues that are of fundamental importance across the breadth of the research landscape. In particular, we will bring together data-focused researchers across disciplines and communities who are exploring the ways that data science and associated technologies can be used to support and advance research outcomes in NZ and internationally.

    eResearch NZ 202 aims to:

    • showcase innovative work-in-progress or recent project results where digital tools were applied
    • highlight current and emerging priorities, trends, and best practices in eResearch approaches
    • provide opportunities for skills training, professional development, and mentoring in digital research tools and eResearch applications
    • draw experience and inspiration from eResearch programs and projects in other regions
    • build communities of practice that foster and support collaboration and knowledge-sharing within and beyond NZ’s research sector

    Last year, the event was hosted in Auckland, NZ and drew speakers and attendees from across New Zealand, Australia, South Korea, and North America.

    Follow @eResearchNZ for updates. Or visit the website

    See more details

Thu, 20 Feb 2020
  • Invitation for chairs and presenters of 3rd Geospatial Capabilities CoP

    Thu, 20 Feb 2020  12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
    https://monash.zoom.us/j/231372603

    Time: Feb 20, 2020 12:00 PM Canberra, Melbourne, Sydney

    Join from a PC, Mac, iPad, iPhone or Android device:

    Please click this URL to start or join. https://monash.zoom.us/j/231372603

    Or, go to https://monash.zoom.us/join and enter meeting ID: 231 372 603

    Join from a dial-in phone:

    Dial: +61 3 99059666 (+61 3 9905 ZOOM) or +61 2 8015 2088

    Toll-free dial: 1800 893 423 (US/Canada only)

    Meeting ID: 231 372 603

    International numbers available: https://monash.zoom.us/u/aQ2RkgzOA

    Join from a Video capable room system(H.323/SIP):

    Dial:

    61262227588 (From within Monash only)

    or:

    7588@182.255.112.21 (H323) or

    7588@aarnet.edu.au (SIP)

    or

    162.255.36.11 or 162.255.37.11

    Meeting ID: 231 372 603

    Note:

    Your use of ZOOM is subject to the University IT Acceptable Use Policies.

    For information about how the university handles your personal information, please refer to the HR Privacy Collection Statement(Staff) or Student Privacy Collection Statement.

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