Friday, 27 November: 9 am - 2 pm AEST
ACEMS, the Australian Data Science Network, the QUT Centre for Data Science and Integrity Systems Co. (ISC) have joined forces to co-host a data science workshop to explore the latest research in data integration, data quality and data management and visualisation, as well as challenges and opportunities highlighted by ISC and industry guests.
You will also learn about an upcoming integrity data hackathon which will provide an opportunity to apply knowledge and capabilities to key industry challenges and opportunities, such as improving supply chain traceability, compliance, biosecurity, or industry profitability, harnessing industry and other datasets.
The workshop presents various opportunities for students, researchers, and industry partners, to get involved, and share your research knowledge and outputs.
Workshop themes for presentations and research outputs
The workshop will include presentations from researchers and industry on key data science topics, and related industry challenges and opportunities in:
- data quality and curation
- data integration
- data management and visualisation
- dealing with non-traditional data
- edge computing
There will be a focus on methods, computational issues, and applications, particularly as relevant to industry.
Save the date – express your interest to attend
Complete this form to express your interest in attending this workshop.
If your research or capabilities relate to any of the above themes, you can also contribute to this workshop either:
as a virtual guest presenter, sharing your research and knowledge
by sharing links or copies of any of your relevant research outputs such as journal articles.
You can indicate on the EOI form if you would like to contribute to the workshop in either of these ways.
We will be in contact to confirm final topics, presentations, research outputs for the workshop, and more event details.
You may also wish to contribute to one or more proposed publications (e.g. white papers) inspired by the knowledge exchange at the workshop.
About Integrity Systems Co.
For ISC, data is key to guaranteeing the integrity, safety, product traceability, and quality standards of its industry, from paddock to plate. They have developed an industry platform to bring together all datasets from the various integrity programs into one data lake, including on-farm assurance, animal identification and traceability. ISC is particularly interested in ideas and applications for supply chain optimisation, origin traceability, compliance, biosecurity, and risk identification and management, harnessing linked industry (and external, including non-traditional) data.