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Standard registration

Standard registration for ALCS 2019 is A$200.00 inclusive of GST, and includes:

  • Access to conference sessions on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday (6-8 November)
  • Catering
    • Morning Tea, Lunch and Afternoon Tea on Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday (6-8 November)
    • Conference Dinner on Thursday evening (7 November)
  • Access to a Science Stream
    • The Symposium will feature guest keynotes from international speakers, as well as discipline-specific streams for deeper investigations of current scientific content
    • Select the stream most relevant to you when purchasing your ticket
      • Astronomy
      • Genomics
      • Geosciences
      • Climate and Weather
      • Materials Science

EMCR/Student registration

EMCR/Student registration for ALCS 2019 is A$50.00 inclusive of GST, available to support student and early- and mid-career researcher (EMCR) attendance. This registration has the same inclusions as the Standard registration.

To take advantage of this offer, please contact nci.communications@anu.edu.au with:

  1. Your full name
  2. And either:
    Your conferral date and institution
    A copy of your student card

Upon NCI approval, you will be given instructions on how to access your ticket.

Training Day registration

FREE HPC and HPD training sessions will run on Tuesday 5 November (the day prior to ALCS).

Please add a free ticket for this day to your ticket selection on Eventbrite to register your interest.

Details below are indicative, more details will be available closer to the date.

High-performance Data training session

The NCI National Research Data Collection is Australia’s largest collection of research data, encompassing more than 10 PB of nationally and internationally significant datasets. They are available through NCI’s National Environmental Research Data Interoperability Platform (NERDIP), which provides an integrated platform for users to access datasets managed at NCI. At the high-performance data training session, we will offer an introduction to NCI’s research data collections and jupyter notebook examples on accessing data through various services and platforms.

NCI’s New HPC System

In late 2019, NCI will bring a new peak HPC system into production and retire Raijin, which has served the NCI user community for six years. The NCI User Services group will present training with a focus on helping new and current users to get started on the new HPC system. Two training courses will be offered:

  • Getting Started – for new users
  • Transitioning from Raijin – for Raijin users

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