Category Archives: Announcements

AURIN welcomes Loren Bruns Jr.

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We are happy to announce that Dr. Loren Bruns Jr. has joined AURIN as our eInfrastructure Team Lead. Loren brings more than two decades of experience in both web-based software development and academic research. This background gives him a unique ability to understand and communicate with both domain experts and software developers at a deep […]

AURIN welcomes Hao Chen

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We are thrilled to welcome Dr Hao Chen as AURIN’s new Spatial Database Developer for the Australian Urban Health Indicators (AusUrb-HI) project. Funded by Australian Research Data Commons (ARDC), the AusUrb-HI project is a collaboration between National Collaborative Research Infrastructure Strategy (NCRIS) facilities, AURIN and Population Health Research Network (PHRN), and researchers that will develop […]

AURIN welcomes Pronab Pal

We are pleased to welcome Pronab Pal as AURIN’s new Senior Cloud Engineer. Pronab is leading the Australian Transport Research Cloud (ATRC) project, a collaboration between Australian researchers, planners, and policymakers to deliver data and tools to accelerate transport research and impacts across Australia. “I am super excited to join AURIN to lead the ATRC […]

AURIN Investment for Impact: The Park Life Project

AURIN has funded new critical eInfrastructure for open space research, generating new, nationally consistent, data and improving existing analysis and visualisation tools. This will enable Australia’s research community to address complex urban and regional planning issues in Australia and find solutions that create positive impacts for our towns, cities and communities. Public open spaces are […]

AURIN welcomes Rohit Gupta

We are pleased to welcome Rohit Gupta as AURIN’s new Data/Data Science Officer. Rohit is part of the Data and the Data Science Team, where he works on data engineering and research aspects to build upon AURIN’s capability for the urban, regional, and social science research community. “I was looking for an opportunity where I […]

AURIN Portal Service Migration Complete

We’re proud to share that AURIN has migrated to the NeCTAR Research Cloud to harness its exciting new national infrastructure capabilities. This will enable us to support the increasingly diverse needs of urban, regional and social science researchers now and into the future. As a result of the migration the AURIN Portal and API services […]

AURIN welcomes T’Mir Julius

We are pleased to welcome T’Mir Julius as AURIN’s new Systems Administrator. T’Mir is the first member of AURIN’s new eInfrastructure team, which will develop the next generation of AURIN capability for the urban, regional and social science research community. “I’m so excited to be a part of a project that’s striving to use world-class, […]

AURIN Portal Service Migration this weekend

This weekend AURIN will be migrating to the NeCTAR Research Cloud to harness its exciting new national infrastructure capabilities. This will enable us to support the increasingly diverse needs of urban, regional and social science researchers now and into the future.   As a part of this migration, a service disruption will need to take […]

AURIN welcomes new board member Alison Rose

It is with great pleasure that we welcome Alison Rose to the AURIN Management Board. Alison brings with her valuable leadership experience and industry expertise from roles across the public and private sectors, including her current role as Chief of Geoscience Australia’s Place, Space and Communities division. There is a natural alignment between the missions […]

AURIN Portal Service Migration

We’re proud to share that AURIN will soon be migrating to the NeCTAR Research Cloud to harness its exciting new national infrastructure capabilities. This will enable us to support the increasingly diverse needs of urban, regional and social science researchers now and into the future. As a part of this migration, a service disruption will […]

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