San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Attention all project managers, researchers, software developers, operators, architects and infrastructure providers involved in building and operating Virtual Laboratories and associated research software infrastructure. You are invited to two workshops to share experiences and coordinate activity within and across projects.
Virtual Laboratory research software infrastructure workshop:29-30 Nov 2016 (10am Tues –4pm Wed)
The workshop provides an opportunity for research software projects to:
- collaborate on current and future endeavours, informing one another of trajectories in 2016 and beyond;
- discuss and influence the future planning of NCRIS programs including Nectar, ANDS and RDS
The workshop will provide opportunities for updates and discussion around the future of the Virtual Laboratories and science clouds programs, and the impact of the NCRIS Roadmap.
Who should attend?
Open to key stakeholders involved in building, operating or steering Virtual Laboratories and associated research software infrastructure projects (including those involved in other NCRIS entities): software developers, operators, architects, project managers, infrastructure providers and researchers, and infrastructure providers who provide enabling services to Nectar’s research software infrastructure projects: cloud nodes, RDSI nodes, ANDS, AeRO, AAF, eResearch organisations etc.
NeCTAR is supported by the Australian Government through the National Collaborative Research Infrastructure Strategy to establish eResearch infrastructure in partnership with Australian research institutions, organisations and research communities. The University of Melbourne has been appointed as the Lead Agent.