C3DIS 2020 – Poster Presentations

Poster Presentations

Poster Presentations will be displayed on Monday 16 and Tuesday 17 March in the poster display area in A0 size, portrait orientation.

A poster session will be hosted in the poster display area following the close of conference sessions on Monday 16 March.

To have your poster displayed in the Conference App, upload a high resolution PDF version of your poster to the following DropBox link.

Please use the tips and Guidelines below to prepare your display poster.

When providing a copy of your poster for the App and website, ensure your submission is in PDF format and named with the conference name, and the last and first name of the first (submitting) author: C3DIS2020_Lastname_Firstname

PDF of Display Posters Due: COB MONDAY 9 MARCH 2020

Poster # Title Presenter Presentation PDF
 1. The Mixed Reality Lab Chris Rucinski
 2. Workspace and Industry 4.0 Chris Rucinski
 3. ProxiCrop thermal imaging camera for crop observation and irrigation control Najid Pereira-ishak
 4. Extensible Platforms for eResearch Samuel Bradley
 5. A Deep Surrogate Model for Water Quality Measurement Yifan Zhang
 6. Applying Neural Network model to conflate vector road network datasets Artiom Bondarenco
 7. Targeting the Cross-domain Bullseye of Metadata for Physical Samples: What is the Minimum Kernel Required for Interoperability and Reuse? Jens Klump
8. The AuScope Data Portal: supporting adaptable, next generation data-intensive convergent research Tim Rawling
9. The Last Dance of the GeoDeVL: Actions Arising to Further Grow the Capacity of the AuScope Downward Looking Telescope Lesley Wyborn
10. Virtual Screening of Porous Materials for Energy and Environmental Applications Gopalsamy Karuppasamy
11. LANDRS: Linked And Networked DRoneS Jane Wyngaard
12. Yield map workflow for Precision Agriculture David Gobbett
13. Melbourne Pollen Usha Nattala
14. Error correction for time difference of arrival geolocation estimates using machine learning Liang Wang
15. Effective Research Software Verification David Benn
16. Building FAIR training material and networks: “FAIR literacy vectors” gaining momentum within the Research Data Alliance (RDA) community Shelley Stall
17. Two auto-tuning methods for hybrid parallelization using OpenCL for processors with integrated graphics Akiyoshi Wakatani
18. Improving Shareability and Maintainability for Short Training Workshops Mark Crowe


















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