17/06/2019

EPIC Webinar: What's up Downunder: Opportunities for ICT research collaboration in Australia


  • START DATE
    19/06/2019 - 07:30
  • EVENT TYPE
    Webinar
  • LOCATION
    Austria, Vienna
  • END DATE
    19/06/2019 - 08:05
  • ORGANISER
    EPIC

Description

This webinar will provide information on collaboration and funding opportunities between the European Union and Australia. It aims to support European researchers in the field of information and communication technologies with an interest to collaborate with partners in Australia. Experts in EU-AU research collaboration will provide insights into the Australian research and innovation environment and inform about current funding opportunities.

To register: Send an email to info@epicproject.eu

Date: 19 June 2019 Time: 07:30 am CEST

Location: Webinar Cost: Participation is free of charge

Event webpage: https://epicproject.eu/index.php?id=108

 

Audience
EU-based ICT researchers interested in international cooperation or funding opportunities in Australia.

Schedule

• (07:30—07:35) Introduction: Jonathan Arthur, Intersect Australia.

• (07.35-07:45) Speaker 1: Christel Nolte, Department of Industry, Innovation and Science, Government of Australia (Australia) Topic: Overview of Australia‘s international engagement & funding programmes

• (07:45-07:55) Speaker 2: Dr Anthony Peacock, CEO, Cooperative Research Centres (Australia) Topic: Cooperative Research Centres as a mechanism for international research colaboration

• (07:55—08:05) Audience questions

 

The Speakers

CRCs CEO Dr Anthony Peacock is a passionate advocate for applied research and a past recipient of the Australian Govervment‘s Eureka Prize for Promotiong the Public Understanding of Science. A reproductive scientist by training, Tony has worked at the Universities of Sydney, Melbourne and Saskatchewan. He has served on the Board of a number of start-up biotechnology companies, is a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Company Directors and is an Adjunct Professor at the University of Canberra. His current research interests are in science communication, research leadership and effective innovation systems.

 

Christel Nolte is the Assistant Manager for Europe in the International Strategy, Science and Innovation, Science and Commercialisation Policy Division of the Government of Australia‘s Department of Industry, Innovation and Science.