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VeRSI has participated in and hosted a range of events to promote awareness and uptake of eResearch. Click on the links below or scroll down for further information.
VeRSI conducts a variety of training workshops for researchers and eEnablers. This site provides resources associated with these workshops.
- Enhancing Community Intelligence for eResearch, Dr Alex Voss - 13 December 2010
- Online Collaboration Spaces Workshop - 16 November 2010, University of Melbourne
- TEI Workshop - 30 September 2010, University of Melbourne
For training events from other key Victorian eResearch groups, please click here.
Can't find the workshop you're looking for? Contact us and we will point you in the right direction.
VeRSI hosts a range of talks and seminars that fall outside the eCoffee and training activities.
|1.30pm 23 March||Dr James Carr||Active Preservation - a practical approach to long term digital preservation|
|12pm 16 March||Prof Peter Coveney||European Union eHealth|
|1pm 10 March||Dr Paul Walk||UKOLN activities and vision for the future|
|8:30 am 12 Nov||Dr Luiz Ary Messina||Telehealth Roundtable: Improving access to better health outcomes|
|9:30am 6 Dec||Dr Bethany Nowviskie||Monopolies of Invention|
|13 Dec||Dr Alex Voss||Enhancing Community Intelligence in eResearch|
The Life Science Computation Seminars were held in from 12-1 on Fridays in Semester 2, 2009 and showcased Victorian life science research and the computational challenges faced. The seminars were hosted by VeRSI in conjunction with the eResearch Directors from each of the three VeRSI partner universities, Monash, La Trobe and Melbourne.
The life science research computation currently undertaken at the institutes, is anticipated to be performed at the computing facility that will be made available to researchers via the $100 million Victorian Life Sciences Computation Initiative (VLSCI).
The seminars were viewable at all three universities. The speaker was located at the primary site with other sites linked by video. Please click here for a full schedule of the sessions conducted.
VeRSI attends and supports a range of conferences.
Presentations by VeRSI can be found at the links below.
eResearch Australasia 2010 - 8-12 November, Gold Coast
eResearch Australasia 2009 - 9-13 November, Manly