Upcoming events from the UKRI Net Zero Digital Research Infrastructure Scoping Project

Posted by s.aragon on 18 January 2023 - 12:53pm
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The UKRI NET Zero Digital Research Infrastructure Project has some upcoming events: two webinars and a series of creative workshops, which will be held throughout January and February 2023.  

Project partners webinar

The UKRI NET Zero Digital Research Infrastructure Project are holding two webinars to share the outcomes of work undertaken by their project partners. These pieces of work have been undertaken by over 40 researchers from 20 different institutions over the last ~6 months. Both webinars are intended to provide an opportunity for the wider research community to engage with and discuss the project outcomes.

Please register to attend here.

These webinars will be online public events with the following themes:

  • Webinar 1 – Technical and Operational Challenges Findings (31st of January 2-4pm)
  • Webinar 2 – Community and Organisational Challenges Findings (2nd of February 1.30-3.30pm)

Further details can be found on the public registration form. Note, you do not need to register as I will share the Zoom link in the calendar invite.  

Creative workshops

These are being led by the artist (Paul Millhouse-Smith). They are participatory workshops where attendees will undertake creative tasks and contribute to discussions. There are four available dates:

  • Friday 27 January 1-4pm 
  • Monday 30 January 1-4pm 
  • Friday 3 February 10am-1pm 
  • Tuesday 7 February 10am-1pm 

If you would like to attend a workshop, please register here.

Find out more about both events on the Project's website.

About he UKRI NET Zero Digital Research Infrastructure Project  

The net-zero-dri scoping project will gather evidence to develop a clear roadmap for UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) to deliver carbon neutral digital research infrastructure (DRI) by 2040 or earlier.

You can find out more in the overview and project scope sections of this website.

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