Digital Humanities Pathways Forums:
Melbourne and Brisbane

Due to the success of the Adelaide Digital Humanities Pathways Forum, we are rolling out the series to Melbourne and Brisbane in July!

Come along and join the discussion around the current digital collaboration trends, the value of digital research and explore future possibilities for the Digital Humanities in Australia.

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Tech Talk Forum:
Skills and Community Engagement

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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Understanding Combustion is key to Renewable Fuels

Associate Professor in the School of Mechanical Engineering at The University of Adelaide, Dr Paul Medwell’s research looks at predicting and understanding combustion processes.

He uses HPC computationally-expensive modelling, Cloud for running multiple parametric studies simultaneously and storage to ensure reliable archiving of their experimental results from laser diagnostic and optical measurements.
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