To Friday 15 June 2018
Research Data Science Winter School - A Theo Murphy Initiative (Australia)
Are you an early- and mid-career researcher (EMCRS) looking to improve your data skills and become more effective at using data for your research?
The Australian Academy of Science, in association with Software Carpentry, CODATA and RDA, would like to invite you to submit an expression of interest to participate in the Research Data Science Winter School at the University of Queensland in Brisbane, on 12-15 June 2018.
The Research Data Science Winter School’s program is based on the successful International Summer school on Research Data Science. It features 2 days of hands-on sessions by Software Carpentry, followed by 2 days of tutorial based sessions on Research Data Management, Research Computational Infrastructure and key considerations when using data for your research.
Who can apply?
Application are open to EMCRs from different disciplines who already have experience collecting and analysing data, but are looking to take their data skills to the next level.
The theme of the school will be Smart Cities and EMCRs whose research aligns with theme will likely find it most useful. This includes, but is not limited to, researchers working in the following areas:
- urban informatics
- social sciences
- environmental sciences
- health sciences
- open science
We encourage applications from EMCRs working in and around the above-mentioned disciplines. We particularly encourage expressions of interests from EMCRs who meet any of the following:
- identify as Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander
- are based in regional areas
- work outside the university sector.
The Research Data Science Winter School is part of the Theo Murphy Initiative (Australia).