These webinars are designed to raise awareness and introduce research technologies and digital tools, to prepare researchers for working in environments in which these tools are increasingly important. They also serve as preparation for introductory training courses in areas such as high-performance computing and programming.
Research Technology Webinar Series
Webinars tailored to researchers at all levels, on topics relating to research technologies and tools.
Awareness level webinars on digital research tools and technologies – “free for all” and completely open to anyone
Webinar Catalogue & Recordings
Description: In this webinar, we are exploring four of the most popular programming languages that are widely used in academia, namely Python, R, MATLAB, and Julia.
[5 May 2021]
[14 July 2020]
Description: This webinar demonstrates the effective use of programming tools for an initial analysis of COVID-19 datasets, with examples using both R and Python.
[11 August 2020]
Description: This webinar discusses the different ways that humans and computers approach and solve problems, and teaches in a very basic way the foundational concepts found in every programming language.
[13 April 2021]
[24 November 2020]
Description: In this webinar we explore and compare two of the most widely used tools in electronic data collection and surveys
[1 July 2021]
[10 September 2020]
Description: In this webinar, we will discuss the differences between Cloud Computing and HPC, and provide an overview of pros and cons of moving from traditional desktop computing to Cloud or HPC infrastructure.
[6 October 2020]
Description: This webinar presents how to manage, analyse and visualise research data in Microsoft Excel for beginners.
[4 August 2021]