RDSI (Research Data Storage Infrastructure) Project Events for June
14 June 2011
RDSI (Research Data Storage Infrastructure) Project Events for June are all now open for registrations below. All interested parties are welcome. See the full schedule at http://rdsi.uq.edu.au/project-information. To be notified of further upcoming events and publications (including the call for Node proposals), follow us on twitter: http://twitter.com/RDSIProject
Node Development (NoDe)
The NoDe Programme will identify, strengthen and develop research data centres able to hold and process high data volumes. Documents available here: http://rdsi.uq.edu.au/node
Research Data Services (ReDS)
The ReDS programme will identify research data holdings of lasting value and importance and contribute funding to their development at the most appropriate Primary or Additional Nodes.
Data Sharing (DaSh)
The DaSh Programme will build capability to support the sharing and re-use of research data and, as a result, is aimed at expanding the scale and scope of problems that Australian researchers may seek to address.
For a brief overview of the objectives and scope of the RDSI Project please see http://www.rdsi.uq.edu.au/objectives.
Strawman Workshops for DaSh and ReDS
Strawman Workshops are full day. They allow detailed discussion of one of the RDSI programmes and provide an opportunity for interested parties to have input into setting the characteristics for that programme.
- Fri 17 June 2011: DaSh Strawman Workshop in Brisbane
- Mon 27 June 2011: ReDS Strawman Workshop in Brisbane
Consultation on RDSI and the NoDe Tinman
Consultations will generally be for 2 hours preceded or concluded by a light lunch and will include an overview of RDSI, including the NoDe, ReDS and DaSh programmes, a review of the Tinman for the Node Development programme and an opportunity to ask questions and provide feedback.
- Tue 14 June: Brisbane
- Wed 15 June: Melbourne
- Thu 16 June: Hobart
- Mon 20 June: Canberra
- Thu 23 June: Darwin
- Thu 30 June: Adelaide
Phone: 02 935