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D61+ LIVE 2018
D61+ LIVE is Data61’s annual showcase event. At D61+ LIVE attendees have the opportunity to experience Data61’s deep tech capabilities first hand, engage in thought provoking discussion about Australia’s future and our place in the world, and discuss the solutions and actions organisations need to adopt to remain competitive during the Fourth Industrial Revolution.
|eResearch Australasia||15-19 October||Melbourne||
eResearch 2018 will offer delegates the opportunity to engage, connect, and share their ideas and exemplars concerning new information centric research capabilities, and how information and communication technologies help researchers to collaborate, collect, manage, share, process, analyse, store, find, understand and re-use information.
|Australian Geoscience Council Convention||14-18 October||Adelaide||Big Issues and Ideas in Geoscience is designed to highlight the fundamental role that Geoscience has as a major field of science throughout the Asia-Pacific region – one that has a part to play in the life of everyone.
The convention will cover all aspects of Geoscience, with technical themes covering theoretical and applied Geoscience, mineral and energy resources, environmental and societal science, Geoscience education and communication, and emerging technologies.
|AuScope Strategy Workshop||18-19 October||Adelaide||
Building the future of Australian geoscience research.
For the first time, the FOSS4G and OpenStreetMap communities of Australia, New Zealand, and Oceania are gathering for 4 incredible days of exploring open source geospatial tech & open data.
|5th EMBL Australia Postgraduate Symposium||28-30 November||Brisbane||5th EMBL Australia Postgraduate Symposium|
|IDCC19||4 -7 February||Melbourne||
14th International Digital Curation Conference
The main theme of the conference will be collaborations and partnerships in the field of digital curation and preservation. How do they develop and evolve across the professional, disciplinary, institutional, regional, national, and international levels? And how are such collaborations supporting the advancement of digital curation and preservation practices?