The Future of Research Conference

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The Future of Research Conference 1-2 Dec 2014 Sydney Harbour Marriott Hotel at Circular Quay, Sydney, Australia
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Join DVCs, PVCs and Deans of research as well as senior managers from key research organisations to discuss the importance of innovative research methods, multidisciplinary collaboration and integrated technology that will shape the future of research in Australia. The objective of the Future of Research conference is to not only examine research policy but to delve further into innovative and forward-thinking approaches to research. The speakers will comprise DVCs, PVCs and Deans of research as well as senior managers from Australian research organisations.Regulatory frameworks, research funding and return on investment are commonly identified issues in the ever important area of scientific research. This conference will examine these key research sector challenges as well as explore the importance of innovative research methods, multidisciplinary collaboration and integrated technology that will shape the future of research in Australia.New and evolving methods of research, as well as innovative technology pave the way for the future of research, both nationally and globally. Technologies now exist which enable us to make observations by modelling, and are constantly changing how we conduct research. While remarkably bright, the future of research is a rapidly changing and challenging area of expertise.Key topics to be discussed include:Research in Australia and abroadResearch reform and deregulationResearch funding and investmentStaffing and the research workforceInnovation, integration and collaborationInnovative research methodologiesTranslational approaches in researchTechnology and health informaticsInternational keynote address from:Dr. Graeme Rosenberg, REF Manager, Higher Education Funding Council for England, UK

Price: 2 Day Conference (1-2 December 2014): $1534.50 AUD

Speakers: Craig Roy, Deputy Chief Executive, CSLRO, Prof. Dawn Freshwater, Senior Deputy Vice-Chancellor and Professor of Mental Health, the University of Western Australia, Prof. Lawrence Cram, Deputy Vice-Chancellor - Research, Charles Darwin University, Prof. Patrick Nixon, Deputy Vice-Chancellor, Research, University of Tasmania, Prof. Ned Pankhurst, Senior Deputy Vice-Chancellor, Griffith University, Prof. Frances Shannon, Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Research), University of Canberra, Prof. Mark Harvey, Deputy Vice-Chancellor, Research and Innovation, University of Southern Queensland, Prof. Richard Head, Deputy Vice Chancellor and Vice President: Research and Innovation, University of South Australia, Elizabeth Foley, CEO and Managing Director, Research Australia, Prof. Peter R Schofield, Executive Director and Chief Executive Officer, Neuroscience Research Australia, Prof. John Mattick AO FAA, Executive Director, Garvan Institute of Medical Research, Prof. Deb Verhoeven, Chair in Media and Communication, Deakin University, Doron Ben-Meir, Director, Entrepreneurs' Infrastructure Programme, Dr. Kevin Cullen, CEO, NewSouth Innovations, the University of NSW, Prof. Georges Grau, Professor Chair of Vascular Immunology, Department of Pathology, Sydney Medical School, the University of Sydney

When
From: December 01, 2014 08:30
To: December 02, 2014 17:30
Where

Sydney Harbour Marriott Hotel at Circular Quay, 30 Pitt St, 2000, Sydney, Australia

Category

Education & Learning

Contact email
info@informa.com.au

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+44 20 7017 5000

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