Tech Talk Forum:
Serverless Architectures

Involved in managing research data? Our “Tech Talk” forum is for you. Catch up on innovations in data technology from around the country and network with others in similar fields.

Who should come? Anyone who wants to know more about tech aspects of data and NCRIS facilities (developers, data scientists, researchers who are building data tools, data technologists and data librarians).
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Digital Humanities Forum:
Pathway to the latest, innovative, eResearch tools and services.

This pathways event brings together leading national speakers from the Digital Humanities space to discuss how digital technologies can enable collaboration between the university and Heritage sectors. 

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Monitoring Australia’s Ecosystems

Meet Dr Andrew McGrath, a Senior Research Fellow from Airborne Research Australia (ARA), a Research Centre based at Flinders University.

Dr McGrath uses specialised aircraft, carrying sophisticated sensor packages, to produce high-resolution data of the Earth’s surface for the national Terrestrial Ecosystem Research Network (TERN).

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Data for intelligence

David Blockow, Software Architect for Data to Decisions Cooperative Research Centres (D2D CRC), has been working on two major projects for the predictive and retrospective analysis of data.  

DRD CRC uses Big Data technology to extract useful intelligence and insight from otherwise unmanageable data, providing a safer and more secure Australia.

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