Pre and Post Conference Workshops, Monday 6, Thursday 9 and Friday 10 May

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The program overview below is provisional and will be updated as planning proceeds.

Please check this page regularly for the latest information.

Monday 6 May 2019 – Pre Conference Workshops

0830 – 0930 Registration and Welcome Coffee/Tea – Ballroom Foyer
Room Swan Room Ballroom Murray Room Fitzroy Room Derwent Room
0930 – 1100

Introduction to running Auto Scaling Geoserver and PostgreSQL/PostGIS in the Cloud (AWS)

Dr John Hildebrandt

Visualisation Matters

A/Prof Tomasz Bednarz

This activity is free to attend. To register click here.

Introduction to Machine Learning

Chris Watkins

Making Earth and environmental science data accessible via machine-to-machine services: where are they at and where are they going

Adrian Burton, Lesley Wyborn, Mingfang Wu

Software curation for reproducible research

Matthias Liffers

Morning Tea
Room Swan Room Ballroom Murray Room Fitzroy Room Derwent Room
1130 – 1300

Introduction to running Auto Scaling Geoserver and PostgreSQL/PostGIS in the Cloud (AWS)

Dr John Hildebrandt

Visualisation Matters

A/Prof Tomasz Bednarz

This activity is free to attend. To register click here.

Introduction to Machine Learning

Chris Watkins

Making Earth and environmental science data accessible via machine-to-machine services: where are they at and where are they going

Adrian Burton, Lesley Wyborn, Mingfang Wu

Software curation for reproducible research

Matthias Liffers

Lunch
Room Swan Room Ballroom Murray Room Fitzroy Room Derwent Room
1400 – 1530

Research on AWS – Accelerating Time to Science Workshop

Dr John Hildebrandt

Visualisation Matters

A/Prof Tomasz Bednarz

This activity is free to attend. To register click here.

Introduction to Machine Learning

Chris Watkins

Making Earth and environmental science data accessible via machine-to-machine services: where are they at and where are they going

Adrian Burton, Lesley Wyborn, Mingfang Wu

Containers in High Performance Computing

Dr Daniel Grimwood

Afternoon Tea
Room Swan Room Ballroom Murray Room Fitzroy Room Derwent Room
1600 – 1700

Research on AWS – Accelerating Time to Science Workshop

Dr John Hildebrandt

Visualisation Matters

A/Prof Tomasz Bednarz

This activity is free to attend. To register click here.

Introduction to Machine Learning

Chris Watkins

Making Earth and environmental science data accessible via machine-to-machine services: where are they at and where are they going

Adrian Burton, Lesley Wyborn, Mingfang Wu

Containers in High Performance Computing

Dr Daniel Grimwood

Thursday 9 May 2019 – Post Conference Workshops

0830 – 0900 Registration and Welcome Coffee/Tea – Gallery Foyer
Room Torrens Room Murray Room Swan Room Fitzroy Room Derwent Room
0900 – 1030

Pangeo: Scalable Geoscience Tools in Python — Xarray, Dask, and Jupyter

Dr James Munroe

DevOps in eResearch

Sven Dowideit

Relevant and Re-usable: Collaboration in Education

Ann Backhaus

Building an Enterprise Research Data Management ecosystem focusing on improving researcher productivity in digitally driven science

John Morrissey

Implementing Data-Driven Earth and Space Science

Jakob Lüttgau

Morning Tea
Room Torrens Room Murray Room Swan Room Fitzroy Room Derwent Room
1100 – 1230

Pangeo: Scalable Geoscience Tools in Python — Xarray, Dask, and Jupyter

Dr James Munroe

DevOps in eResearch

Sven Dowideit

Relevant and Re-usable: Collaboration in Education

Ann Backhaus

Building an Enterprise Research Data Management ecosystem focusing on improving researcher productivity in digitally driven science

John Morrissey

Implementing Data-Driven Earth and Space Science

Jakob Lüttgau

Lunch
Room Torrens Room Murray Room Swan Room Fitzroy Room
1330 – 1500

Pangeo: Scalable Geoscience Tools in Python — Xarray, Dask, and Jupyter

Dr James Munroe

Hands on with Tableau (self-service analytics for you)

Timothy Louie

CSIRO Datasets Project – Building student data literacy with CSIRO research data

Graeme Buckie

Building an Enterprise Research Data Management ecosystem focusing on improving researcher productivity in digitally driven science

John Morrissey

Afternoon Tea
Room Torrens Room Murray Room Swan Room Fitzroy Room
1530 – 1700

Pangeo: Scalable Geoscience Tools in Python — Xarray, Dask, and Jupyter

Dr James Munroe

Hands on with Tableau (self-service analytics for you)

Timothy Louie

CSIRO Datasets Project – Building student data literacy with CSIRO research data

Graeme Buckie

Building an Enterprise Research Data Management ecosystem focusing on improving researcher productivity in digitally driven science

John Morrissey

Friday 10 May 2019 – Post Conference Workshops

0830 – 0900 Registration and Welcome Coffee/Tea – Gallery Foyer
Room Torrens Room Swan Room Murray Room
0900 – 1030

Introduction to Jupyter Notebooks – for Research Support Specialists

Ingrid Mason 

Introduction to Python Programming

Daniel Collins

Recognition and Career Development for Researchers who Code: a Workshop for RSEs

Rowland Mosbergen

Morning Tea
Room Torrens Room Swan Room Murray Room
1100 – 1230

Introduction to Jupyter Notebooks – for Research Support Specialists

Ingrid Mason 

Introduction to Python Programming

Daniel Collins

Recognition and Career Development for Researchers who Code: a Workshop for RSEs

Rowland Mosbergen

Lunch
Room Torrens Room Swan Room Murray Room
1330 – 1500

Advanced Use of Jupyter Notebooks – Working with Open Geoscience Data

Ingrid Mason 

Topics in Scientific Computing with Python

Daniel Collins

Recognition and Career Development for Researchers who Code: a Workshop for RSEs

Rowland Mosbergen

Afternoon Tea
Room Torrens Room Swan Room Murray Room
1530 – 1700

Advanced Use of Jupyter Notebooks – Working with Open Geoscience Data

Ingrid Mason 

Topics in Scientific Computing with Python

Daniel Collins

Recognition and Career Development for Researchers who Code: a Workshop for RSEs

Rowland Mosbergen

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