Measuring and Maximising Research Impact

Apr 19, 2013 to Apr 20, 2013

Location 113 Queen Street
Melbourne, 3000, Australia
Cost $2799
Details Summary:
Strategies to Conduct High-Impact Research

Description:
Effectively measure & boost the impact of your research

As the Australian Research Council examines the need for a national assessment of research impact, Australian universities must look to preparing themselves for this system. Understanding why and how to assess the impact of research, and implementing strategies to improve the commercial and societal benefits of research, is vital for universities.

Benefits of attending
+Gain insight into the future for the Australian research industry
+Learn robust assessment tools to effectively measure research impact
+Practical strategies to build partnerships between industry and research
+Tools for international research collaboration

“Knowing why and how to assess the impact of your research is vital for any university, particularly as Australia looks at incorporating impact into national research assessment”
- Dr Jonathan Grant, RAND Europe, 2013

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Price: Register and Pay by 19.04.2013: $2499, Register and Pay by 17.05.2013: $2599, Standard price after 17.05.2013: $2799

Keywords: ansto, australian nuclear science and technology organisation, research impact, university research, vice-chancellor, university, higher ed, Research, higher education

Artists / Speakers: The University of Melbourne, Central Queensland University, New South Innovations, The University of Newcastle, IBM, The University of Southern Queensland, Australian Technology Network of Universities, Australian National University, University of Tasmania, RAND Europe, University of Oxford, Australia’s Chief Scientist, Australian Research Council, CSIRO.
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