Poster Presentations

Poster Presentations will be displayed in the Poster Gallery for the duration of the conference.

Dedicated poster sessions will be included throughout the program.

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Title Presenter  Poster PDF Poster Video (MP4)
An online bioinformatics training method delivering practical and tailored workshops to distant trainees Christina Hall
Benchmarking and improvement opportunities for data management practices in health research Michelle Krahe
Classdesc: C++ Reflection for scientific computing Russell Standish
Enabling Genomic Analysis to Improve Risk Characterisation in Australia’s Red Meat Industry Tim Ho, Derek Benson
GDA2020 and AGRS metadata guide – bringing consistency in implementation of standards across Australia Irina Bastrakova
Getting from knowing to doing: The importance of data storage and preservation practices in research translation Michelle Krahe
Keeping Print Collections in the Mind of the Researcher Jennifer Murphy
Mirror Mirror: reflections of FAIR Data evolution across a national portfolio of projects Richard Ferrers
Modelling COVID-19 Spike Protein Interactions on CSIRO’s Bracewell GPU Cluster Tim Ho, Michael Kuiper
Preservation of Legacy Geoscience Collections – the McNaughton Collection as a Template for Preserving High Value Collections for Future Research Eleanore Blereau, Amanda Bellenger
Real-time traffic flow estimation based on Deep Learning using CCTV videos Nilani Algiriyage
Rising to the Occasion: Learnings from 9 RDM Self-Evaluation Workshops Nichola Burton
Secure eResearch Platform to support research during COVID-19 Mat Ishac, Chris Mac Manus
Testing HPC Software Stack with Virtualization Ahmed Shamsul Arefin
The Australian BioCommons Community Engagement Strategy: Engaging Researchers at a National Scale to Understand Challenges and Deliver Solutions Tiffanie Nelson
The journey to the Research Data Alliance Virtual Plenary 16 Leanne Griffiths, Stefanie Kethers
Unlocking access to the National Virtual Core Library with nvcl_kit Vincent Fazio

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