Research Futures Symposium
12 August 2019
Join us at the inaugural UC research futures symposium
The inaugural UC research futures symposium includes a range of presentations on the changing nature of research and the tools available to support research.
The symposium, taking place over 2 days on the 29th and 30th August, also invites researchers to discuss their changing research support needs during the “salon” sessions.
Keynote speakers include:
- Dr Daniel Hook, CEO Digital Science, co-founder of Symplectic and a theoretical physicist
- Professor Ginny Barbour, QUT, Director of the Australasian Open Access Strategy Group,
- Sarah Townsend, Senior Policy Advisor, Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment
There will also be presentations from UC researchers and research support staff as well as speakers from industry and other organisations.
See https://canterbury.libguides.com/research-futures for more information about the symposium, including the programme.
We welcome you to participate however spaces are limited, so please register for the event to save your seat.
This event is being organised by Research & Innovation, the Library, and IT Services, with the support of our sponsors: Dell, Digital Science, Clarivate, Dropbox, Figshare, Altmetric, Research Professional and Catalyst.
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