eResearch @ Flinders

eResearch is defined as the use of advanced information and communications technologies for research and includes tools to support collaboration, data management and analysis, high performance computing and visualisation/haptics.

Flinders researchers already use many eResearch tools. This site aims to bring together information about eResearch at Flinders. Use the links to the left to find out more or email eResearch@flinders.edu.au

eResearch@Flinders

  •     Date and time: Tuesday March 25th, 12:30 – 1:30 pm Location: Flinders University, Noel Stockdale Room, Central Library   Compete in the 2014 GovHack open data competition ‘Unleashed’. GovHack and Unleashed is an annual competition that brings together the community to work together in teams to create new ideas, websites, data visualisations, mobile [...]
  • Researcher profiles and an online presence are important factors in increasing your online visibility, citation of your publications and offer the potential to improve your chance of funding. Researcher disambiguation is an important factor in the establishment and management of your online researcher profile. Author disambiguation services such as ORCID and ResearcherID have been developed [...]
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  • The NeCTAR funded Theoretical Astrophysical Observatory (TAO) empowers astronomers to build complex customised views of the Universe, all from the comfort of their own computer. Swinburne Associate Professor Darren Croton, said: “TAO makes it easy and efficient for any astronomer to create these virtual universes. It's the culmination of years of effort that is now at the fingertips of scientists around the world... using TAO it might take a few minutes to create a mock catalogue of galaxies, versus months or even years of development previously.”

  • The nearly 100 particle physicists at the ARC Centre of Excellence for Particle Physics at the Terascale (CoEPP) in Sydney, Melbourne, and Adelaide, are working with collaborators around the globe to understand what the universe is made of and how it started. CoEPP scientists face the challenge of keeping up with the growing demands for storage and high throughput computing. The NeCTAR Research Cloud together with RDSI funded storage and the new AARNet 4 backbone network are helping to provide the solution.

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