Brisbane Research Bazaar (ResBaz)
QUT’s Gardens Point campus will host the inaugural Brisbane Research Bazaar from 1–3 February, 2016, which all Queensland researchers are welcome to attend.
ResBaz, a free-of-charge conference, aims to show RHD students and early career researchers how to pick up the digital skills they need, and help them network with like-minded researchers.
The Brisbane event will feature Software and Library Carpentry workshops, a seminar on Software Credit, and lots of other research-related activities. There will be a Knowledge Bazaar, an extended Hacky Hour, poster sessions, stalls and icebreaker social events.
RCC staff are helping to organise and run the event.
Want to help out? Suggest an idea? Sponsor an activity? Run a stall? Volunteer here.
The ResBaz Brisbane website will be updated as more activities are added.
The ResBaz concept was first developed at the University of Melbourne and has since spread across Australasia. Melbourne, Brisbane, Sydney, Perth, Dunedin, and Auckland will all run a ResBaz next year.