Throughout 2021 AURIN will be running a series of community forums across Australia. These forums will provide the urban, regional, and social science research community with the opportunity to design the future of AURIN.

We see these events as a chance to discuss the advancement of eResearch infrastructure to enable the research community to address the critical economic, social, environmental, and engineering challenges faced by Australian cities and regions. We intend to discuss research data, analytics, and modelling needs across an array of themes—such as transport, demographics, climate change, health, housing, liveability, social inclusion and more.

We invite researchers and practitioners from academia, government, and industry to attend the forums and help design as a community the collective eResearch capability required to help deliver economically prosperous and socially inclusive Australian cities and towns.

Register your interest

Each forum will have a limited number of attendees. Register your interest here:

Please indicate your urban, regional or social fields of interest—climate, demographics, economic, housing, health, infrastructure, land use, liveability, planning, transport.
Please indicate your eResearch area(s) of interest—Statistical methods or tools, Machine Learning, Deep Learning, Artificial Intelligence, Modeling and Simulation, Real-time data and IoT

Forum DaTES

NSW —  18 May 2021

ACT —  28 May 2021

VIC —  02 June 2021 

SA & NT —  16 June 2021 

WA —  29 June 2021

QLD — July 2021 (TBC)

FAQs

Can I take part online?

Yes.

Online participation will be available on the 2nd June for any registered attendees who are unable to attend in person.

Will the forums be recorded?

Yes, partially.

The keynote speaker and the Director’s address and plenary sessions will be recorded for each forum.

Who can attend the forums?

We aim to gather a diverse group of urban, regional and social science practitioners and researchers—from professors and lecturers to post-doc and early career researchers—as well as representatives from government and industry.