Month: November 2020

About the NeCTAR workshop The Australian Research Cloud (also known as Nectar) provides free computational capacity to Australian researchers. Instead of tying up your own machine, you can use a virtual machine in the cloud to run your analysis while you keep...
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About the Industry – Academia Collaboration Panel Session The main goal of industry engagement is developing and commercialising the ideas of university researchers though partnerships with practitioners and entrepreneurs in the private sector. Differences between academia and industry, such as...
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Dr. Peter Croll PhD, CHIA, FACS, CP (1) ACS QLD Executive Board Member prc@petercroll.com http://www.petercroll.com/ ICT is now an essential component in delivery quality products and services in the ever-expanding healthcare sector. To be successful requires a good understanding of the...
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About the Accreditation Panel Session ACS or EA accreditation is a major milestone for academics developing and maintaining university courses in the ICT or Engineering fields. This panel provides insight on the preparation needed, and the key criteria and benefits...
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About the Grant Writing Workshop Writing a successful grant application is an art. Even though the research is primarily being evaluated, presentation and respect for the requirements of the funding agency are key aspects that can make or break an...
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Professor Guido Governatori (1)  (1) Legal Informatics Team Leader, Data61, CSIRO A fundamental tenet of conceptual modelling is to provide languages and models that are conceptually sound in the sense that the features they offer correspond to the notions and concepts...
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Professor Harry Dugmore (1) (1) Director, Centre for Health Journalism, School of Journalism and Media Studies, Rhodes University, Grahamstown, South Africa Overweight and obesity rates in Australia and South Africa have increased substantially over the past two decades. Approximately 64% of Australian adults have a body...
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The Australian Code for Responsible Conduct of Research: what does it mean for you? About This Session There is an expectation by the community, both in Australia and internationally, that research will be conducted in a way that is trustworthy,...
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Dr. Kerryn Butler-Henderson FHIMAA FACHI CHIA (1) (1) Senior Lecturer & Course Coordinator, Master of Health Information Management, University of Tasmania E Kerryn.Butlerhenderson@utas.edu.au W http://www.utas.edu.au/business-and-economics/australian-institute-of-health-service-management Course Information: http://www.utas.edu.au/courses/bus/courses/37e-master-of-health-information-management Digital transformation in health will result in an increased need for health information specialists to support the delivery of...
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About the Promotion Panel Session This panel discussion aims to provide ECRs with insight into the process of applying for academic promotion, as well as some tips to increase your chances. Presenters will include recently promoted academics who can share...
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