Seminar and Panel Series

Our monthly Seminar Series is a relaxed space to showcase the breadth of data-intensive research and projects across UoM. Connect with a community of data-intensive researchers, hear creative perspectives in conversation, and engage with research, discussion and innovation in this space.

Quarterly Panel Series focuses on interdisciplinary data-intensive research, and working with and embracing complexity. Connect with a community of data-intensive researchers at UoM, across Australia and internationally, with a deep dive into different perspectives, research discovery and impact, and possible solutions.

Upcoming events

November Panel: Novel approaches to tackling complex data

As the volume of data collected for research continues to grow at a rapid pace, understanding and dealing with its complexity becomes crucial. Complexity looks different across disciplines and can emerge from working with big data, using new techniques and technologies, or combining multiple data sources.

With  Dr Vanessa Ferdinand, Research Fellow, Computational Cognitive Science, Melbourne School of Psychological Sciences; Dr Pip Karoly, Senior Research Fellow, Biomedical Engineering, Data Scientist, Seer Medical; Zeb Nicholls, Research Fellow Emissions Pathway, Geography, Earth and Atmospheric Sciences; and Professor Michael Kirley, School of Computing and Information Systems and Co-Director, Melbourne Centre for Data Science.

Models of Support for Digital HASS Researchers at UoM

Professor David Goodman, Director of the Digital Studio discusses plans for digital HASS research support in the Faculty of Arts Digital Studio and beyond, drawing in part from an on-going collaborative project and discussions with colleagues at the University of Toronto Critical Digital Humanities Initiative (CDHI).