a computer rendering of a haning digital artwork in a building

MDAP Collaborations EOIs open – register for an info session

MDAP Collaboration EOIs are open for 2022. We’re looking to help researchers explore innovative, tailored and/or end-to-end approaches to their research data journey. Collaborations can include data stewardship, wrangling, analysis, visualisation, access and much more. Your technical knowledge may be beginner, intermediate or advanced, and your idea may be challenging – but we want to hear from you.

General info sessions

Not sure where to start, or have questions about the Collaborations EOI process? Come along to one of our online info sessions.

Tuesday 14 September, 12pm AEST

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Friday 17 September, 1pm AEST

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Monday 20 September, 12pm AEST

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After registering, you will receive a confirmation email with meeting details.

Want to know more?

EOIs are now open and close Sunday 3 October 2021 Friday 8 October at 5pm.

Read more about the 2022 Collaborations round, assessment criteria and how to apply.

Questions? Check out the Collaborations FAQs.

Learn more about other Collaborations we’ve worked on.

Support for your faculty

We encourage researchers from all faculties and schools to submit an EOI. We are also keen to chat to researchers that have work better suited to our short-term research projects stream. If the collaboration EOI is not appropriate, this is a great way to get the conversation started.

We can ‘come to you’

We can also organise an info session tailored to your faculty or join one of your research team meetings to explain the EOI and MDAP collaboration process. Please get in touch at mdap-info@unimelb.edu.au.

Lead image: ‘The Heart’ of Melbourne Connect will beat with a pulse extrapolated from data generated from sensors inside and outside the building prompting visitors to imagine the building as a living entity. Image: Robert Walton / Melbourne Connect – read more about this Collaboration.