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ARDC 2018 state engagements - Nov-Dec 2018 - Slides - Ian Duncan

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Australian Research Data Commons (ARDC) statewide consultations.
Slides from the consultations - delivered by Ian Duncan

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ARDC 2018 state engagements - Nov-Dec 2018 - Slides - Ian Duncan

  1. 1. Join the poll Results screen http://etc.ch/x7MK
  2. 2. The Australian Research Data Commons
  3. 3. agenda 10:00 – 10:30 ARDC background, themes, strategy 10:30 – 11:00 Questions & Discussion 11:00 – 11:30 3 Questions 11:30 – 12:00 Report back and discussion, summary 12:00 – 12:45 Lunch 12:45 – 2:30 Satellite meetings: • Skills, • Infrastructure (cloud and storage), • FAIR & Trusted Collections, • Platforms (Virtual labs and services) 2:30 – 2:45 Break 2:45 – 3:00 Summary, next steps, close
  4. 4. ▪ Background ▪ Partners ▪ Strategy - Priorities - Commitments - Principles - Timelines ARDC background, themes, strategy
  5. 5. ▪ >$3bn research infrastructure investment ▪ 24 active projects ▪ 200 institutions with over 1900 highly skilled technical experts ▪ supports approximately 40,000 domestic and international users each year ▪ Capital and Operational funding National Collaborative Research Infrastructure Strategy (NCRIS)
  6. 6. The ARDC story 6 ANDS, Nectar, RDS 2017 – alignment of activity 2018 – integration into one virtual organisation 2019 – integration into one actual organisation
  7. 7. ▪ Publication Services ▪ Nectar Research Cloud ▪ Virtual Labs ▪ Trusted National Collections and Repositories ▪ Skills and workforce development ▪ Government Policy ▪ User Support Services ▪ International leadership and engagement ▪ And more.. What do we do?
  8. 8. guided by the Cochrane review of eResearch infrastructure the 2016 National Research Infrastructure Roadmap the Francis eResearch Framework Cook Future Design Advice & Transition Plan Advice the Research Infrastructure Investment Plan And others
  9. 9. Consistent messages?
  10. 10. deliver an integrated data-intensive infrastructure incorporating physical infrastructure, policies, data, software, tools and support for researchers
  11. 11. promote national coherence cloud computing, HPC, networks, access, authentication and trusted data repositories, data, collaboration, software, services, & skills
  12. 12. why? What’s the impact we’re aiming for? To deliver a world-leading data advantage, To accelerate innovation, To improve collaboration for borderless research, To facilitate translation of research into outputs for a better world Thereby making Australia’s researchers as globally competitive and advantaged as possible
  13. 13. FAIR Findable Accessible Interoperable Reuseable https://www.ands.org.au/working- with-data/fairdata
  14. 14. ARDC Themes of activity: Theme 1: Make Australian research data more FAIR Theme 2. Make Australian research e-infrastructures more FAIR Theme 3. Make Australian research platforms more FAIR Theme 4: Enhance coordination and coherence of Australia's people capability Break the transformations down into “Themes”
  15. 15. With whom Digital Data and eResearch Platforms eResearch Organisations Institutions Commercial resources And others
  16. 16. partners
  17. 17. Supporting Australian Researchers Making tomorrow happen today through 1600researchers 45 staff 190projects supercomputing data visualisation training & consulting
  18. 18. strategy
  19. 19. https://www.csiro.au/en/About/Our-impact/Our-impact-model
  20. 20. Hardware Infrastructure VL's, Clouds, Collections, Metrics, .. communities, quality, collaboration, skills, .. Transformations Resources Activities Outcomes Impact Capital Operational
  21. 21. ARDC Principles Transformations – towards a world leading position on: - Data - Innovation - Collaboration - Translation Themes – our intermediate targets towards the transformations: - Make Australian research data more FAIR - Make Australian research e-infrastructures more FAIR - Make Australian research platforms more FAIR - Enhance coordination and coherence of Australia's people capability How do we ask for and evaluate activities & resources? ARDC Activity Principles: - Innovation - Transformation - Acceleration - National Scope and/or Scale - Sustainability
  22. 22. Sustainability ARDC activity Principles Acceleration Innovation National Scope / Scale Transform ation
  23. 23. leverage & support NCRIS
  24. 24. ▪ Publication Services ▪ Nectar Research Cloud ▪ Virtual Labs ▪ Trusted National Collections and Repositories ▪ Skills and workforce development ▪ Government Policy ▪ User Support Services ▪ International leadership and engagement ▪ And more.. reminder: what we do
  25. 25. Some of our “heavier” pieces
  26. 26. Publication Services: Research Data Australia, DOI’s Vocabularies ..
  27. 27. Cloud resources
  28. 28. Virtual Labs (which we’re now calling platforms)
  29. 29. National Data Collections
  30. 30. Services: Skills, policy, engagement, consultancy ..
  31. 31. “ ▪ In each of these cases it’s the functionality that’s important: - Publication services promote and facilitate quality & accessibility - Nectar Cloud pioneered a sector-based federated research cloud - Virtual Labs made new spaces for collaboration and democratised access to high quality research tools - National Collections identified, curated, and preserved data as national infrastructure - Skills and workforce development enable effective use and practices - Policy and consulting provide the frameworks within which it all works
  32. 32. ▪ 2018 – 2023 ARDC Funding: - $110m operations - $70m capital ▪ Around $180m (internal and external investments) Resourcing
  33. 33. Timeline Oct – Dec 2018 - NCRIS consultations Nov – Dec 2018 – State consultations Dec 14 2018 – Release of draft strategy and capital plans Mar 2019 - strategy and capital plans delivered to DET Mar 2019 – 2023 – investment & activity program
  34. 34. Join the poll Results screen http://etc.ch/x7MK
  35. 35. Q&A
  36. 36. The questions for you
  37. 37. - what we should do more of (or start doing), - what we should do less of (or stop doing), - what should we do differently? Questions
  38. 38. And.. Would you have answered differently if you were thinking of where we want to be in 25 years as opposed to 5? Questions
  39. 39. Next.. Satellite discussions – Skills, Infrastructure (cloud and storage), FAIR & Trusted Collections, Platforms (Virtual labs and services)
  40. 40. Lunch time..

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