Running from 21-23 November, at the University of Queensland, ResBaz is a three-day festival of digital research training, where research staff and students from all disciplines can come together to learn new skills in an interactive, collaborative and fun setting.   

Delve into the next generation of digital research skills and tools from over 30 workshops in the following topics: 

  • research computing 
  • digital humanities 
  • coding with R or Python 
  • data literacy and wrangling 
  • data platforms and processing.

There will also be a host of panel and keynote speakers exploring:  

  • AI challenges for researchers 
  • researcher career pathways 
  • online science communication 
  • research commercialisation
  • wellbeing for researchers 
  • along with a host of networking opportunities.   

Read descriptions of all workshops on the sessions page. 

Enjoy three days of professional development including food, workshops, talks and social activities (including prizes for some lucky attendees!) for only $40.  Visit the registration page to purchase tickets.  

Would you like to help out at ResBaz? All volunteers are entitled to free attendance, including workshops. If you have concerns about costs, university attendees who need assistance with local transport fares, childcare or other accessibility expenses, can apply for financial assistance via the registration page.  

ResBaz Qld is a joint volunteer initiative of Griffith University, University of Queensland, Queensland University of Technology, University of Southern Queensland and Queensland Cyber Infrastructure Foundation. National sponsors are GALE publishing and ARDC, the gold sponsor is SAGE publications. 

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