5 - 9 July 2021
Collaborative Conference on Computational and Data Intensive ScienceC3DIS

Welcome to 2021 Online C3DIS

On behalf of the Organising Committee, we invite you to participate in the 2021 Collaborative Conference on Computational & Data Intensive Science (C3DIS) which will be held online the week of 5 – 9 July.

This year we are pleased to announce the program will include a variety of online sessions, including those around the CSIRO Cross-Cutting Capabilities and Missions, with new look streams and themes. We also encourage wider community to submit a session proposal, in case the content does not fit under any category.

Sessions familiar aspects of the traditional C3DIS will be carried forward for the online event, and we are excited to be working with a particular focus on maximising the opportunity for collaboration, networking, and discussion amongst attendees. Stay tuned!

Registration and a call for presentations will open the week commencing 19 April.

In the meantime, we encourage you to save the date and we look forward to seeing you online in July!

Associate Professor Tomasz Bednarz
Chair, 2021 C3DIS

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2021 Online C3DIS hosted by

Who are the conference stakeholders?

Researchers and scientists from CSIRO and other publicly funded organisations. The organisations themselves.

Why attend?

This conference represents a unique networking opportunity for Australian scientists, researchers and “technology experts” from various domains and organisations to gather, and learn from each other’s success stories through the conference sessions. They will also have the opportunity to participate in a variety of technical sessions, and listen to leading keynote speakers.


AeRO is the industry association focused on eResearch in Australasia. We play a critical coordination role for our members, who are actively transforming research via Information Technology. Organisations join AeRO to advance their own capabilities and services, to collaborate and to network with peers. AeRO believes researchers and the sector significantly benefit from greater communication, coordination and sharing among the increasingly different and evolving service providers.