We are delighted to announce that CSIRO Data61’s Ribit.net are the
official eResearch Australasia Student Networks Partner

What is Ribit?

Ribit connects innovative companies and startups to students with high-demand skills such as programming, engineering, business, communications and marketing, research and design.

Ribit does this through a simple digital jobs matching platform and through physical speed-networking events. Over 22,000 students are currently registered on the platform which was developed by machine learning researchers at Data61.

About the event

Students will get the chance to be face-to-face with leading eResearch employers from industry and government agencies. The event is as an excellent opportunity for students to exchange ideas, engage and connect with industry leaders and scope out future career paths.

This event is open to students from all universities, TAFEs and accredited business and industry colleges.

What, when, where?

  • Friday 19 October 2018
  • 10:00AM – 12:00PM
  • Pullman Hotel Melbourne, Albert Park

Why get involved?

Students: This event is an opportunity for students interested in careers in STEM, particularly research and science.

eResearch 2018 Sponsors and Exhibitors: Engaging a student for an internship, casual or part-time role while they study provides businesses with a practical, easy way to trial future talent, and also benefits the student by giving them real-world experience in a field they’re interested in.

Even if you don’t have a role for a student, evidence also suggests that mentorship, early career advice and planning also help grads get the roles most meaningful to their study so perhaps you might offer some counsel or advice.

How do we get involved?

Students, sponsors and exhibitors: Register your interest here https://app.ribit.net/events/20181019_eresearch

If you have any additional questions, go to events@ribit.net

About the conference

eResearch Australasia provides opportunities for delegates 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.

Conference Managers

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