Brisbane

9-11 July, 2019
#ResBazBris

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Our Speakers

This year, we will include talks from a wide selection of the research community. Our first confirmed speakers are:

TBA

paul-bertsch
Prof Paul Bertsch
Queensland Chief Scientist


The art of networking research communities

Michael Roseman
Prof Michael Rosemann
Innovation Systems in the School of Management, QUT


From 'big data' to hybrid digital methods in the study of public communication

Prof Jean Burgess
Prof Jean Burgess, Director, QUT Digital Media Research Centre


The changing world of work

Ruth Bridgstock
Prof Ruth Bridgstock will address the social challenges we all face, capability needs, and approaches to learning in the digital age


Managing and pre-processing messy data with MATLAB

Daryl Ning
Daryl Ning is from Mathworks.


My journey through science

Michelle Wykes
Dr Michelle Wykes, QIMR Berghofer, will discuss the pros and cons of academic science.


Timetable

DAY ONE: TUESDAY, 9 July

8.30-9.00
Registration desk open on level 5
8.45
Acknowledgment of Traditional Owners of the Land GP:P421
Room and Time GP-P413 GP-P413A GP-P419 GP-P506 GP-P506A GP-P504 GP-P505
9.00-10.00 Introduction to Image Analysis & Data Visualisation Open Refine for Social Scientists   High Performance Computing for Research on Azure (Microsoft) General Board Games Software Carpentry R for Reproducible Scientific Analysis (cont'd) Software Carpentry with Python (cont'd)
10.00-10.30
MORNING TEA
10.30-12 noon Introduction to Image Analysis & Data Visualisation (cont'd) Open Refine for Social Scientists (cont'd) Eight Reproducible Research Things High Performance Computing for Research on Azure (Microsoft) (cont'd) Copyright the card game Software Carpentry R for Reproducible Scientific Analysis (cont'd) Software Carpentry with Python (cont'd)
12 noon - 1.00
LUNCH
1.00-2.00
FEATURED PRESENTATION
Managing and pre-processing messy data with MATLAB - Daryl Ning, Mathworks
2.00-3.30 Introduction to Image Analysis & Data Visualisation (cont'd) Creating datasets using Open Refine (Advanced) Data Storytelling   Creative Commons Release 'em Poker Software Carpentry R for Reproducible Scientific Analysis (cont'd) Software Carpentry with Python (cont'd)
3.30-4.00
AFTERNOON TEA
4.00-5.30 Exploring a free-cloud Imaging and Visualisation Environment with high performance computing power   Data Storytelling Sponsors General Board Games Software Carpentry R for Reproducible Scientific Analysis (cont'd) Software Carpentry with Python (cont'd)

DAY TWO: WEDNESDAY, 10 July

8.30-9.00
Registration desk open on level 5
Room and Time GP-P413 GP-P413A GP-P421 GP-P506 GP-P506A GP-P504 GP-P505
9.00-10.00 Electronic notebooks (Jupyter) and cloud storage (AARNET) Get your research collections online with Omeka General Board Games OpenStreetMap: contribute and use the data in QGIS RNA-Seq Analysis using Galaxy Software Carpentry R for Reproducible Scientific Analysis (cont'd) Software Carpentry with Python (cont'd)
10.00-10.30
MORNING TEA
10.30-12 noon Integrating the Tinker workbench into the Humanities classrooms Get your research collections online with Omeka (cont'd) Creative Commons Release 'Em Poker OpenStreetMap: contribute and use the data in QGIS RNA-Seq Analysis using Galaxy (cont'd) Software Carpentry R for Reproducible Scientific Analysis (cont'd) Software Carpentry with Python (cont'd)
12 noon - 1.00
LUNCH
1.00-2.00
FEATURED PRESENTATIONS
2.00-3.30 The 21st Century Academic: Smart, Savvy and Social Hands-on workshop on CRISPR target design The Publishing Trap Innovative cloud-based tools for ecological modelling Code Etiquette Software Carpentry R for Reproducible Scientific Analysis (cont'd) Software Carpentry with Python (cont'd)
3.30-4.00
AFTERNOON TEA
4.00-5.30 The 21st Century Academic: Smart, Savvy and Social Google Workshop General Board Games Innovative cloud-based tools for ecological modelling Code Etiquette (con'td) Software Carpentry R for Reproducible Scientific Analysis (cont'd) Software Carpentry with Python (cont'd)

DAY THREE: THURSDAY, 11 July - FESTIVAL DAY

8.30-9.00
Registration desk open on level 5
9.05-9.15 GP-P421 Welcome
Prof Helen Klaebe, Pro Vice-Chancellor (Graduate Research and Development), QUT
9.15-10.35 GP-P421 Our speakers:
Prof Paul Bertsch, Queensland Chief Scientist
Prof Jean Burgess, QUT Digital Media Research Centre
Prof Ruth Bridgstock, Centre for Learning Futures, Griffith University
Prof Michael Rosemann, QUT Business School
10.35-11.00
MORNING TEA
11.00-12.15 GP-P421 Back to the Future: Key stories and panel discussion by 6 outstanding Early Career Researchers from Southeast Queensland. What were some of their biggest challengaes and achievements? How have they managed: manuscript rejection, racalcitrant supervisor, imposter syndrome, crises!
12.15-1.30 LUNCH
Grab some swag at our many fantastic stalls in GP-P419 and GP-P413 - you will need to check out both rooms to get the maximum swag.
1.00-1.30 GP-P421 TOUR THE CUBE AND P BLOCK

BE WOWED BY
Visualisation for the next generation of research, Visualisation and eResearch at QUT
1.30-2.30 GP-P419 Digital poster presentations at The Cube
Circulate and meet peers in the Knowledge Bazaar
2.30-3.15 GP-P421 The other R (resilience) ... Dr Michelle Wykes, Queensland Institute of Medical Research (QIMR). My journey through science: What defines success and what is required to get there. The pros and cons of academic research with personal anecdotes.
3.15 GP-P419 Win Prizes
Give Feedback
4.00
Celebrate the close of ResBaz Brisbane with us at the Botanic Bar, P Block, QUT

Venue

The event will be held at the Gardens Point campus of Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane

Check out the Gardens Point campus map.

Poster Presentations


Each participant is welcome to submit an electronic poster detailing the tools they work with and the areas they would like to get started in. This is your chance to shine!

Submit your entry for the Poster Presentation session to be held on our fantastic Festival Day, Thursday, 11 July. Posters will be displayed at The Cube and there will be prizes for best entries. Please submit your poster to resbazbris@gmail.com by 1 July. Download the ResBaz Poster Template for specifications and further details.

Activities

There are lots of ways to have fun at ResBaz ... and fabulous prizes to win!

Name badge colouring competition

This is your chance to get creative. Come pick up your name badge at the front desk when you register, decorate it to your heart's content and show it off! Visit the Creative Corner in the Board Games Room for all of your crafting supplies. Make something beautiful. There will be prizes for standout creations.

Your 'ResBaz Passport' conference game

Locate the ResBaz Passport in your lanyard pocket, and report to your friendly Scout Leaders at Camp ResBaz in the Board Games Room to earn achievement badges and submit your completed passport. The Scout Leaders will be on hand if you need any further assistance.

Board Games

We'll be running 'Copyright: The Card Game – Australian Edition' and 'The Publishing Trap' in the Board Games Room. There will also be a selection of other board games to enjoy.

The Campfire

Rest by the campfire in the Board Games Room where you'll find a quiet place to relax if you would like some downtime during the event.


Contact

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