6 trainers found

Expertise technical: Qualtrics  or LISP  or OpenRefine 


Aidan Wilson

Aidan Wilson is Intersect's Digital Research Services Manager. Before that he had been a Digital Research Analyst at Intersect Australia since 2015, and in that time has been central to the administration and delivery of Intersect's training platform. Besides delivering training at ACU and...

Location: Sydney, NSW

Wilson Aidan aidan.wilson@intersect.org.au Sydney, NSW Aidan Wilson is Intersect's Digital Research Services Manager. Before that he had been a Digital Research Analyst at Intersect Australia since 2015, and in that time has been central to the administration and delivery of Intersect's training platform. Besides delivering training at ACU and elsewhere on Python, R, REDCap, Qualtrics and other tools, he also manages the systems within Intersect that enable the organisation to train upwards of 6000 researchers per year. ["English"] https://orcid.org/0000-0001-9858-5470
Anton Angelo

Multiple decades of experience in programming training, including web stack, SQL, Python and others.

Location: Christchurch, New Zealand

Angelo Anton anton.angelo@canterbury.ac.nz Christchurch, New Zealand Multiple decades of experience in programming training, including web stack, SQL, Python and others. ["English"]
Mar Quiroga

Mar Quiroga is a Senior Research Data Specialist at the Melbourne Data Analytics Platform (MDAP) in the University of Melbourne, where she collaborates with researchers across all domains to bring the benefits of data-intensive methods to their fields. She is currently leading the HASS Taskforce,...

Location: Melbourne, Australia

Quiroga Mar mar.quiroga@unimelb.edu.au Melbourne, Australia Mar Quiroga is a Senior Research Data Specialist at the Melbourne Data Analytics Platform (MDAP) in the University of Melbourne, where she collaborates with researchers across all domains to bring the benefits of data-intensive methods to their fields. She is currently leading the HASS Taskforce, an exciting initiative that aims to empower and inspire researchers in the Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences to embrace the potential of digital methodologies and create communities of practice and peer support. Mar is a certified Carpentries instructor and holds a BSc/MSc in Mathematics from the University of Cordoba, Argentina, and a PhD in computational and experimental neuroscience from Rutgers University, USA. ["English", "Portuguese", "Spanish; Castilian"] https://orcid.org/0000-0002-8943-2808
Matt Plummer

My background spans the arts and technology, and I enjoy working with researchers from different disciplines to help them utilise technology in innovative and transformative ways. I've assisted with the development of open-source projects and research tools, coordinated numerous...

Location: Wellington, New Zealand

Plummer Matt matt.plummer@vuw.ac.nz Wellington, New Zealand My background spans the arts and technology, and I enjoy working with researchers from different disciplines to help them utilise technology in innovative and transformative ways. I've assisted with the development of open-source projects and research tools, coordinated numerous community-building and training events, and enjoy the opportunity to introduce researchers to new approaches and collaborators. ["English"] https://orcid.org/0000-0002-2737-2707
Michael Falk

I am a Digital Humanities trainer. I teach humanists to code, wrangle their data, and publish beautiful visualisations on the web. At the moment, I am Community Technical Adviser at the Heurist Network, and my training focusses on Humanities databasing and web publishing using Heurist.

Location: Sydney, Australia

Falk Michael michael.falk@sydney.edu.au Sydney, Australia I am a Digital Humanities trainer. I teach humanists to code, wrangle their data, and publish beautiful visualisations on the web. At the moment, I am Community Technical Adviser at the Heurist Network, and my training focusses on Humanities databasing and web publishing using Heurist. ["English", "German", "French"] https://orcid.org/0000-0001-9261-8390
Stéphane Guillou

Open Science principles advocate.

Location: Meanjin / Brisbane, Australia.

Guillou Stéphane s.guillou@uq.edu.au Meanjin / Brisbane, Australia. Open Science principles advocate. ["English", "French", "Spanish; Castilian"] https://orcid.org/0000-0001-8992-0951