Could Innovation Communities help your research?

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Innovation Communities are giving researchers throughout the university a new way to collaborate and build networks.

The idea of  Innovation Communities is to share experiences and common interests. Communities will look to find ways research staff and students can work more effectively with available resources and generate a collaborative community that can apply for research funding collectively.

There are currently eight communities, two of which are holding meetings this week. Researchers with an interest in either Imaging and Visualisation  or Robotics and Artificial Intelligence (AI) are invited to come along and help establish these exciting an innovative groups.

The intention of Innovation Community meetings is to bring together researchers and staff with an interest in across the University. Meetings will include short research presentations, a networking lunch and group discussion on how to better foster cross-faculty collaboration and build a community.

Upcoming meetings

Imaging and Visualisation: Monday, 28 October (11:30 am – 2:30 pm) in room 3.44B in the Simon Building. Find out more and register to attend

Robotics and Artificial Intelligence (AI): Wednesday, 30 October (11:30 am – 2:30 pm) in room 3.44A in the Simon Building. Find out more and register to attend  

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