Humanities, Arts & Social Sciences’ Linkage Infrastructure, Equipment and Facilities Workshop


9:30am–4:00pm Friday 18 October 2019, Canberra

The Australian Academy of Humanities, Academy of Social Sciences in Australia, the Australasian Council of Deans of Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities and the Australian Research Council (ARC) are convening a one-day workshop on the Linkage Infrastructure, Equipment and Facilities (LIEF) scheme for humanities and social sciences (HASS) researchers.

HASS research is increasingly data-intensive and the LIEF scheme performs an important role in the Australian research infrastructure ecosystem. This workshop will feature presentations and roundtable sessions with representatives from the Australian Research Council and past and current LIEF projects who will share insights on the application and assessment process, advice on developing partnerships, and strategies for success.

Below you will find details of the program and speakers, venue and information on discounted accommodation rates.

This is a free event, open to researchers, research support staff, eResearch practitioners and members of the broader infrastructure community. We encourage you to register early as places are limited.

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Program

9:00am — Arrival and registration

9:30am —Welcome

  • Professor Sue Thomas, CEO of the Australian Research Council
  • Professor Joy Damousi FASSA FAHA, President of the Australian Academy of the Humanities

9:50am — Application and assessment process

  • Dr Robert Mun, Australian Research Council Executive Director for Engineering and Information Sciences

10:20am — HASS in the LIEF Scheme: Performance over time and future directions

  • Professor Joanne Tompkins, Australian Research Council Executive Director for Humanities and Creative Arts

10:50am — Morning Tea  

11.30am —  Insights Panel 1: Past and present LIEF projects discuss tips for success, regional and national benefit, and planning for the future.

12:30pm —  Lunch

1.30pm —  Insights Panel 2: LIEF Partners and past assessors discuss collaboration, sustainability and messaging.

2.30pm — Q&A Session with ARC representatives, colleagues and past assessors

3.45pm — Concluding comments

4.00pm — Close 


Venue & accommodation

The workshop will be held at the Australian Research Council Majura Theatre, 11 Lancaster Place, Majura Park, Canberra.

Vibe Hotel Canberra

Discounted accommodation rates for Thursday 17 and Friday 18 October are available at the Vibe Hotel Canberra, conveniently located at the Canberra Airport.

To book, visit their website and ensure the promotional code TH12363353 is included. Enter your check-in and check-out dates, select your accommodation options and complete the booking.