A series of workshops are planned for the day before the start of the conference and the day following the conference.

The workshops are an additional cost to the conference registration and you can book when registering.

Click here to register for C3DIS 2018 and Pre/Post Conference Workshops.

The overview below is provisional and subject to change as planning proceeds. Please check this page regularly for further updates.

Monday 28 May 2018 – Pre Conference Workshops

 

Registration and Welcome Coffee/Tea
09:30 – 11:00

Earth and Environment Science Information Partners – an Australia-US collaboration in Earth and Environmental Sciences Informatics

(0900 – 1030)

Dr Simon Cox

Introduction to High Performance Computing

Dr Daniel Grimwood,
Dr Roger Edberg

Python for Scientific Computing

Mr Daniel Collins

Trends in Scientific Visualisation

Mr Justin Baker,
Ms Kristina Johnson

Machine Learning applications made easy and scalable using AWS Sagemaker

Mr Ben Thurgood

AeRO Forum – eResearch Workforce

Mr Sam Moskwa

Morning Tea
11:30 – 13:00

Earth and Environment Science Information Partners – an Australia-US collaboration in Earth and Environmental Sciences Informatics

(1100 – 1230)

Dr Simon Cox

Introduction to High Performance Computing

Dr Daniel Grimwood,
Dr Roger Edberg

Python for Scientific Computing

Mr Daniel Collins

Trends in Scientific Visualisation

Mr Justin Baker,
Ms Kristina Johnson

Machine Learning applications made easy and scalable using AWS Sagemaker

Mr Ben Thurgood

AeRO Forum – eResearch Workforce

Mr Sam Moskwa

Lunch
14:00 – 15:30

Earth and Environment Science Information Partners – an Australia-US collaboration in Earth and Environmental Sciences Informatics

(1330 – 1500)

Dr Simon Cox

Introduction to High Performance Computing

Dr Daniel Grimwood,
Dr Roger Edberg

Technical Session – Parallel Python

Dr. Amarpal S Kapoor

Trends in Scientific Visualisation

Mr Justin Baker,
Ms Kristina Johnson

Machine Learning applications made easy and scalable using AWS Sagemaker

Mr Ben Thurgood

AeRO Forum – eResearch Workforce

Mr Sam Moskwa

Afternoon Tea
16:00 – 17:00

Earth and Environment Science Information Partners – an Australia-US collaboration in Earth and Environmental Sciences Informatics

(1530 – 1800)

Dr Simon Cox

Introduction to High Performance Computing

Dr Daniel Grimwood,
Dr Roger Edberg

Python for Scientific Computing

Mr Daniel Collins

Trends in Scientific Visualisation

Mr Justin Baker,
Ms Kristina Johnson

Machine Learning applications made easy and scalable using AWS Sagemaker

Mr Ben Thurgood

AeRO Forum – eResearch Workforce

Mr Sam Moskwa

 

Thursday 31st May 2018 – Post Conference Workshops

 

Registration and Welcome Coffee/Tea
09:00 – 10:30

Immersive Analytics for Scientific Discovery

Dr Ulrich Engelke,
A/Prof Tim Dwyer,
Prof Kim Marriott

Workspace user and developer workshop: Using Workspace to build scientific workflows, plugins and applications

Mr Lachlan Hetherton,
Mr David Thomas

Common Workflow Language for Bioinformatics

Mr Michael Milton,
A/Prof Andrew Lonie

Workshop on “Computing challenges for ASKAP and the SKA”

Dr Matthew Whiting

Managed data – trusted research: an introduction to Research Data Management

Carmi Cronje,
John Morrissey,
Gerry Ryder,
Natasha Simons,
Anne Stevenson

Morning Tea
11:00 – 12:30

Immersive Analytics for Scientific Discovery

Dr Ulrich Engelke,
A/Prof Tim Dwyer,
Prof Kim Marriott

Workspace user and developer workshop: Using Workspace to build scientific workflows, plugins and applications

Mr Lachlan Hetherton,
Mr David Thomas

Common Workflow Language for Bioinformatics

Mr Michael Milton,
A/Prof Andrew Lonie

Workshop on “Computing challenges for ASKAP and the SKA”

Dr Matthew Whiting

Managed data – trusted research: an introduction to Research Data Management

Carmi Cronje,
John Morrissey,
Gerry Ryder,
Natasha Simons,
Anne Stevenson

Lunch
13:30 – 15:00

Immersive Analytics for Scientific Discovery

Dr Ulrich Engelke,
A/Prof Tim Dwyer,
Prof Kim Marriott

Workspace user and developer workshop: Using Workspace to build scientific workflows, plugins and applications

Mr Lachlan Hetherton,
Mr David Thomas

Scientific DevOps Community of Practice: What platforms do we need into the future?

Mr Sven Dowideit

AURIN Workshop

Mrs Veronica Shingler,
Mr Xavier Goldie

Pawsey Roadshow
(1:00pm – 2:00pm)
Afternoon Tea
15:30 – 17:00

Immersive Analytics for Scientific Discovery

Dr Ulrich Engelke,
A/Prof Tim Dwyer,
Prof Kim Marriott

Workspace user and developer workshop: Using Workspace to build scientific workflows, plugins and applications

Mr Lachlan Hetherton,
Mr David Thomas

Scientific DevOps Community of Practice: What platforms do we need into the future?

Mr Sven Dowideit

AURIN Workshop

Mrs Veronica Shingler,
Mr Xavier Goldie

Pawsey User Forum

Dr Chris Harris

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