Month: August 2018

Dr Steven McEachern1, Ms Janet McDougall1, Ms Marina McGale1 1Australian Data Archive, Acton, Australia   The Australian Data Archive (ADA) has been supporting access to sensitive data since 1981, to support fine-grained access to confidentialised information on the Australian population....
  • August 16, 2018
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Mr Peter Brenton1, Mr Kheeran Dharmawardena1 1Atlas of Living Australia, CSIRO, Canberra, Australia,peter.brenton@csiro.au    As a way of “doing science”, citizen science has existed since well before science was first recognized as a discipline. The rise of professional science through...
  • August 16, 2018
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Adrian Burton1, Carsten Friedrich2, Sebastien Mancini3, Bruce Simons4, Lesley Wyborn5, Mr Geoffrey Squire2, Dr Peter Dahlhaus4 1Australian Research Data Commons, Canberra, Australia, adrian.burton@ardc.edu.au 2CSIRO Data61, Canberra, Australia, Carsten.Friedrich@data61.csiro.au 3IMOS, Hobart, Australia, sebastien.mancini@utas.edu.au 4CeRDI Federation University, Ballarat, Australia, b.simons@federation.edu.au 5ANU, Canberra, Australia,...
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Dr Craig Bellamy1, Mr Mohsin Murtaza1, Mr Ather Saeed1 1Charles Sturt University, Fitzroy, Australia   After many false dawns, AI may be gaining traction. Chatbots, Natural Language Processing, robots, autonomous vehicles, and the combination of big data and AI are...
  • August 16, 2018
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Dr Andrew Williams1, Ms Eva Fisch1, Ms Rachel Salby1 1La Trobe University, Bundoora, Australia, a.williams3@latrobe.edu.au, e.fisch@latrobe.edu.au, r.salby@latrobe.edu.au   La Trobe University is nearing the end of a period of intense, project-based change in the research data management space. Outcomes from recently completed projects...
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Adrian Burton1, Ben Evans3, Justin Freeman4, Gareth Williams5,James Gallagher2, Duan Beckett4, Kate Snow3, Robert Davy5, Mingfang Wu1 1Australian Research Data Commons, Canberra, Australia, adrian.burton@ardc.edu.au 2OPeNDAPTM 3National Computational Infrastructure, Canberra, Australia, Nigel.Rees@anu.edu.au  4Bureau of Meteorology, Melbourne, Australia, justin.freeman@bom.gov.au   5CSIRO, Melbourne, Australia, Gareth.Williams@csiro.au   DESCRIPTION When more...
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Thomas G. Close1,2, Francesco Sforazzini1, Phillip G. D. Ward1,3,4, Zhaolin Chen1,5, Gary F. Egan1,3,4 1Monash Biomedical Imaging, Melbourne, Australia, tom.close@monash.edu 2Australian National Imaging Facility, Australia 3Australian Research Council Centre of Excellence for integrative Brain Function, Melbourne, Australia 4Monash Institute of...
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Dr Kendall Ackley1 1Monash University/OzGrav, Murrumbeena, Australia, kendall.ackley@monash.edu    The uniquely sensitive Laser Interferometric Gravitational-Wave Observatory (LIGO) facilities have begun routinely detecting signal traces from distant massive black hole and neutron star mergers, some of which happened hundreds of millions of...
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Ghulam Murtaza1, Emma Curtis-Bramwell2 1Intersect Autralia Ltd., Sydney, Australia, Ghulam.murtaza@intersect.org.au 2La Trobe University, Bundoora, Australia, E.Curtis-Bramwell@latrobe.edu.au   Intersect Australia is a not-for-profit, member based organisation with 12 university members. It has a very strong focus on delivering training to researchers...
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Natasha Simons1, Andrew Janke2, Jens Klump3, Lesley Wyborn4, Adrian Burton5, Siobhann McCafferty6, Gerry Ryder7 1Australian Research Data Commons, Brisbane, Australia, natasha.simons@ardc.edu.au 2National Imaging Facility, Centre for Advanced Imaging, UQ, Brisbane, Australia, andrew.janke@uq.edu.au 3CSIRO Mineral Resources, Perth, Australia, jens.klump@csiro.au 4National Computational...
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