Seed Funding 2018 Workshop

Richard Newton Rooms
Level 5, Electrical and Electronic Engineering Building
University of Melbourne

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Networked Society Institute (NSI) are hosting a workshop for researchers interested in applying for its 2018 seed funding round. The NSI Seed Funding round seeks to catalyse new innovative interdisciplinary projects to further our research agenda.

The workshop allows researchers to share ideas and make connections with potential collaborators to better facilitate the interdisciplinary research seed funding applications.

"I really appreciate the way that the process has been run, the constant encouragement to talk about our proposed projects with the NSI team, and the way that the collaborations were initiated. A great example of how ideas collide."

- Dr Kate Lee, NSI Seed Funding Workshop attendee 2016, Chief Investigator of Social Networks and Urban Green Spaces

Registrations are essential for this event. Please email your attendance to networked-society@unimelb.edu.au and including the following:

  • Name
  • Department/Organisation
  • Research Interests

Attendee information will be collated and circulated before the workshop to facilitate networking.

The NSI supports research on the connectivity between people, places and things to solve the problems facing the networked society.

Seed funding provides the opportunity for the NSI to support novel, new research projects from University researchers. Project teams will be interdisciplinary and build research capacity at the University. Collaborations with external organisations is welcomed and projects will demonstrate the capacity to scale research through the attraction of external funding and partnerships.

Click here for more information about our Seed Funding, registration for this event, and application submissions.