Welcome to the 4th newsletter of the IS(E) ECP. A number of RMIT events, coming up towards the end of the semester, are advertised here as well as an industry event occuring in Sydney. We also take a brief look back at a VC fellow event that ran a couple of weeks ago.
The VC fellows applications process closed last week and an advisory team in the ECP and I will be working through CVs and cover letters to long list and then short list those who wish to join us at RMIT.
A meeting of EFI 2019 Program designers was held in August to help shape our conference in February. In addition, the awardees of the ECP Concept paper were invited to a development workshop. Congratulations to Prof Arnan Mitchell and his team on obtaining funding for their concept paper. I hope to see his innovative interdisciplinary work flourish in 2019.
Cheers for now,
Space, Power, Technology: Towards a Global Digital Criminology
Thursday 30 August, 2018
4.00 pm - 6.00 pm
Building 80, Level 4, room 11
445 Swanston Street RMIT University, Melbourne City Campus
RMIT University's Centre for Social and Global Studies invites you a panel discussion by leading experts in border security, transnational policing, and intellectual property to talk about how they see changing relationships between globalization, power and technology. Speakers will provide their opinions on what they think 'digital criminology'might look like, and how it could engage with other research areas.
For more information and to register to attend, click here. Follow the event live on Twitter using #DigiCrim
VC Fellows Sparks poster and networking session
Many thanks to Professor Frank Caruso (University of Melbourne) for his excellent talk on interdisciplinary research to our RMIT University VC fellows meeting. It was fantastic to see all the research presented by our VC fellows. Thanks also to Magdalena Plebanski, Ivan cole, and Rachel Caruso for organising and to Calum Drummond for supporting the event. Great afternoon of discussion and exchange.
Communicating Your RESEARCH: an Introduction
Tuesday 4 September, 2018
3.00 pm - 4.15 pm Council Chamber, Building 1 124 La Trobe Street
RMIT University, Melbourne City Campus
RMIT University researchers are invited to attend an introductory session on how to develop media and communication skills
to promote your academic research.
At this information event, you will meet
with RMIT's Communications Team and
The Conversation so you can learn how
to pitch articles.
Discover the latest advancements in Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS)
23-25 October, 2018
RMIT University, Melbourne, City Campus
Abstracts Close: Sunday 2 September
This exciting event will update you on the
latest advancements in GNSS as well as provide you with a forum to connect with local and international businesses to
explore how satellite positioning, timing
and navigation can catapult your
The aim of the conference is to link GNSS
to the needs of its users. In the next five years, Australia will see a dramatic
increase of new navigation satellites in
the Asia-Pacific skies, giving us access
to more modernised satellites before
any other regions in the world.
Confirmed local speakers include: Anthony Murfett from the Australian Space Agency;
Dr Amanda Caples, Victoria's Lead Scientist;
Dr John Dawson, from Geoscience Australia
For more information and to register to attend, click here.
IoT Impact Australia's Largest IoT Conference & Expo
10-11 September, 2018
University of Technology, Sydney Faculty of Engineering & Technology
IoT Impact will connect you to the
entire ecosystem that brings
together the technologies,
experts and major players in
the new connected world of IoT.
Over 30 sessions will be delivered
to get you inspired and skilled-up.
IoT Impact Topics include:
The Connected Automated Vehicle Revolution
Data - The New Global Currency
Artificial Intelligence: Unlocking the Value of Data