Announcing the Brisbane Research Bazaar at The University of Queensland, 7-9 February 2017.
This is a community- and skills-building event for researchers.
We kick off with a big Festival Day in the FOYER of the Advanced Engineering Building at UQ, followed by two days of workshops.
Who should attend? Postgrads, postdocs, early career researchers - you are all welcome.
Not a UQ student or staffer? Come anyway!
Adrian leads the AWS Research and Technical Computing business across Asia Pacific and Japan. When he is not writing software and designing solutions to scale in the cloud, he is helping research customers around the world do just that. Adrian holds a degree in Computer Science and Physics from UNSW.
Jenny is a social scientist and researcher, with interests in digital literacies, well-being, communication, social change, ideas big and small. Twitter
Caleb is passionate about coding. He has been programming for over 15 years, specialising in Python. He holds a Masters degree in Chemical Engineering and has written a great deal of scientific software. He is also an O'Reilly author
Since swapping his role as a full time scientist for a job in industry two years ago Mike's never been busier. He'll talk about why he made the switch, what he's done since and why he thinks it was a great decision.
Mike will give us an introduction to LaTeX and Overleaf (writing LaTeX collaboratively in the cloud).
Melroy is the ORCID Technical Support Analyst for the Australian Access Federation (AAF). The AAF is the Australian ORCID Consortium lead and Melroy is the first point of contact for consortium members on all queries relating to ORCID.
Many thanks to our sponsors for helping to bring the Research Bazaar to Brisbane.