Conferences and Events for Research Professionals
- 17th & 18th July 2019 in Canberra
The Data Sharing in Government Conference on the 17th & 18th July 2019 in Canberra will offer practical guidance on how to navigate the challenges associated with data sharing in government and manage risks involved, facilitate the development of partnerships with other agencies, discuss how appropriate infrastructure can be developed and demonstrate how data sharing in practice can work.
- 29 - 31 May 2019 - The Events Centre, Sunshine Coast
The National Clean Technologies Conference & Exhibition (NCTCE) is a new nationally focused two day conference being held on the beautiful Sunshine Coast in Queensland that will encompass all clean technology growth areas including energy, waste, water, built environment and transport.
- June 17th - 21st, 2019, Intercontinental Hotel, Sydney
The future of the education sector hinges upon the next great leaders to forge the way. In this changing environment, it is increasingly important to step up your game and hone your leadership skills to advance your career. To truly succeed, you must embrace opportunities, inspire innovation and drive progress to steer your organisation into the future.
- Melbourne 14-16 May 2019
One of the greatest challenges faced within the health sector is getting clinicians on board and empowered with insights and analytics.
The Health Sector Data Summit (Melbourne 14-16 December 2019) brings some of Australia’s most distinguished health practitioners and organisations together to share case studies on how they have successfully forged a culture of data by empowering clinicians with real, measurable insights.
- 7-9 may, 2019 Melbourne
Ozwater is the Australian Water Association’s international water conference and trade exhibition. Returning to the Melbourne Convention Exhibition Centre on 7-9 May, thousands of water professionals from across Australia and internationally will unite in one of the world's most liveable cities to share ideas on the future of water in Australia.
- 8th - 10th May 2019, Pullman Cairns International Hotel QLD
Indigenous Conference Services, the convenor of the 2019 National Closing the Gap Indigenous Health & Chronic Diseases Conference has now finalized the conference proceedings with a kaleidoscope of First Nations speakers sharing stories and great opportunities for delegates to participate in events which are devoted to the sharing of Culture, Empowerment, Education & Networking.
- 20-24 May 2019, Novotel Sydney Darling Square
We're bringing together renowned STEM leaders from government, academia and private enterprises to explore the skills you'll need to succeed in this demanding profession. Hear incredible stories from inspiring leaders about breaking barriers and discover the key ingredients to success.
- 30 April - 3 May 2019 Rydges World Square, Sydney
The challenges of data science may appear unconquerable, but the opportunities you have to unlock value and boost the bottom-line are unparalleled. With the right skills, strategy and support, you'll be able to optimise your data streams and delve deep to uncover estimable insights.
Hear from a cross-section of private enterprise organisations, universities and government agencies who will forecast trends and explore the essential skills needed to ignite the tremendous value of data science within your organisation.
- 30th April -1st May 2019, Enercare Centre, Toronto
Smart City & IoT Expo combines the power of collocated conference with state-of-the-art expo floor in order to educate people towards smart cities and urban planning technologies, from around the globe.
The conference program covers Smart City Vertical Application such as Smart Grid, Smart Transportation, Smart Health, Smart Building Management Systems, Enterprise IoT, Smart Lighting, Fog Computing, Big Data Analytics and Smart Governance.
- Summit: 1 & 2 May 2019, Intercontinental Hotel, Sydney
The 3rd Women in Healthcare Leadership Summit is a groundbreaking opportunity for clinical and corporate staff from the health and aged care sector to develop essential leadership skills. Delve into the many parts of personal and organisational change, explore key themes of leadership, digital change and consumer expectations and embrace the future of health.