Author archive for Chris Button

  • EcoScience

    Canberra to bring the EcoScience community together at upcoming Pathways event

    Canberra will host the first EcoScience Pathways Forum on Thursday, 31 May 2018, an event connecting EcoScience academics and industry professionals…

  • Perth Data Science Week circle

    Perth Data Science Week 2018 launches, featuring Digital Humanities Pathways Forum

    This Friday’s Digital Humanities Pathways Forum will be a key part of Perth Data Science Week 2018, a week-long promotion…

  • Binoculars_Circle

    Job Opportunity: Technical Operations Manager

    Classification: Level I-7 Employment Type: Full-time, 12-month Contract Line Manager: Chief Executive Officer Salary: $95,000-100,000 p.a. + Super Applications Close:…

  • Perth_DH_2018_web circle

    Digital Humanities Pathways returns for 2018 in Perth!

    2018 brings a new look for the Digital Humanities Pathways Forum, starting in Perth at the Pawsey Supercomputing Centre on…

  • Digital Humanities web circle

    Research Bazaar events, Digital Humanities Pathways & processing government datasets – HASS DEVL project update

    During April the team has continued working on the Humanities Arts and Social Sciences Data Enhanced Virtual Laboratory (HASS DEVL).…

  • Joel & Sara web circle

    eRSA keeps growing as Sara and Joel join the team!

    We would like to welcome two new staff joining the eRSA family – Sara King and Joel Lomman. Sara re-enters…

  • Digital Humanities web circle

    Connecting with humanities researchers and considering challenges – HASS DEVL project update

    The early part of 2018 has been a busy and productive time for the team working on the Humanities, Arts…

  • Network Upgrade – Thursday 5 April 2018

    We will be performing an upgrade to our network infrastructure on Thursday, 5 April 2018 between 9.30am and 2.00pm. All…

  • TANGO HPC web circle

    TANGO HPC Outage – Tuesday 10 April 2018

    As part of our Storage Maintenance happening on Tuesday, 10 April 2018 between 10am and 2pm, there will be a disruption to…

  • eRSA Storage Volumes Outage – Tuesday 10 April 2018

    We will be performing maintenance on our Compellent Storage Server on Tuesday, 10 April 2018 between 10am and 2pm. As a…


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