|This is an archived page from the website of the 2013 First Global Conference on Research Integration and Implementation.|
|Please note that this is a copy of a page from the original conference website which was hosted elsewhere; some links (eg to the conference venue) have been removed and some of the material within the page refers to functionality that is no longer available (eg references to material in the right-hand column).|
|A full site map of the archived website shows all the pages and elements that were on the original conference website.|
The conference delegate list is only available to conference registrants. Not all registrants are listed. There were 133 onsite registrants (including 42 undergraduate students who are not included in the delegate list). There were 186 online registrants, including 20 at the German co-conference, 48 at the Dutch co-conference and 30 at the Uruguay co-conference. Delegate URLs, Twitter handles and LinkedIn account details still have to be checked and updated.
Alternate access for handouts
- Monday 9th Sept 2013 – 9.30am – Julie Klein’s plenary talk: Julie Klein’s handout (138KB PDF).
- Monday 9th Sept 2013 – 12.30pm – John Young’s handout (398KB PDF) for his workshop on Tools for Policy Entrepreneurs.
- Tuesday 10th Sept 2013 – 12.45pm – Michael O’Rourke’s handout (103KB PDF) for workshop on Structured Dialogue to Uncover Research Assumptions.
Plenary speaker change, Wednesday 9.30am: Michael Keelty is unexpectedly involved in a major policy announcement (on disaster preparedness) this week, so greatly regrets he will not be able to join us. We are extremely fortunate that Mark Burgman has agreed to step in on extremely short notice – we had originally wanted to invite him to be a plenary speaker, but didn’t have enough room on the program – so this is a wonderful outcome. See the program for details.
This page has important information about the conference to help you plan your participation. Although this information will not be complete until the conference starts, it may be useful for you to have access as it evolves in these final days. In particular, you can find the current versions of:
- the detailed Canberra program (70KB PDF) ( updated program on 30/09/2013 (102KB PDF) – see also program notes below)
- the delegate list (updated on 30/9/13) [this is no longer available]
The program available here is an expanded version of the publicly available outline Canberra program. If you are attending online, you can adjust the timings using the schedule for the location closest to you. The co-conferences have their own programs.
The delegate list only includes registrants who have given permission for their names to be included. If your name is missing it is probably because you did not tick the box for inclusion in the delegate list; if you would like to be included let us know at I2Sconference@… The lists for Germany and the Netherlands are still to be updated. If you find a mistake let us know; we’re happy to correct it and will do our best to do so in a timely manner.
You can find the digital posters and detailed information about the plenary speakers, workshops, networking events, venue, live and on-demand video and much more on the public areas of the website.
You can access live and on-demand video by clicking on the purple LIVE & ON-DEMAND VIDEO BUTTON and entering the passcode (the same one you used to access this page). Live video is only available to registrants. On-demand video will be available exclusively to registrants until September 23, after which it will be publicly available.
To help make the conference environmentally-friendly, we are relying on the website as the main conduit for information. For those attending in Canberra, we are not printing a glossy conference booklet. We will print out the program, delegate list and other information on request at the registration desk, but if you have a device you can use to access these electronically, that would be great. It also means you will have access to the latest version.
Last minute changes to the program are inevitable as scheduled speakers, chairs or moderators find they cannot make it because of illness or other unexpected reasons. We’ll do our best to keep the program up-to-date.
The workshops: There has been an overwhelming demand for all three of the scheduled workshops. Rather than restrict attendance, each of the workshop convenors will adjust his program to make it suitable for a large audience. We have also modified the timing of the workshops to provide a 45 minute break for lunch and a 15 minute break between the end of the workshop and the beginning of the next session. See the details in the program.
Networking lunches: For people who are not attending the workshops, we’ll have sign-up sheets at reception to help you self-organise lunch with others who share your interests.
Lunch will not be provided. To keep registration costs down, we decided to ask you to organise your own lunch. There are several food outlets, cafes and restaurants close by which cater for a wide range of preferences and budgets.