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Report from the International Workshop on Science Gateways – Australia

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I was very fortunate to attend the International Workshop on Science Gateways – Australia in Melbourne on October 10, followed by the larger eResearch Australasia conference Oct 11-14. Both were excellent events and featured science gateways and virtual laboratories prominently. Read more…

International Workshop on Science Gateways – Australia 2016 (IWSG-A)

The International Workshop on Science Gateways in Australia will be Monday, October 10, 2016, in Melbourne, in conjunction with eResearch Australasia.

The event will have some distinct contributions from the US, including a keynote by SGCI’s Nancy Wilkins-Diehr.

IWSG-Australia: A Summary

Nancy giving remote talk at SG workshop in Australia

October 30, 2015

The first ever International Workshop on Science Gateways in Australia, held at the eResearch Australasia Conference, has been nicely summarized by Alex Reed (of Australia’s Academic and Research Network) on AARNet News.

International Workshop on Science Gateways in Brisbane (October 2015)

The gateway workshop series is now in Australia! IWSG-Australia took place on October 19, 2015 in conjunction with the eResearch Australasia conference in Brisbane from October 19-23. More details about the workshop can be found here:
http://conference.eresearch.edu.au/eres2015/international-workshop-on-science-gateways/

Update: Our own Nancy Wilkins-Diehr gave a virtual presentation at the Brisbane event. Her talk was “Science Gateways: The Importance of Community Building.”

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