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New VicNode Collections Manager

The VicNode Project is pleased to introduce the new VicNode Collections Manager Jared Winton. Jared is the new point of contact for collections and questions regarding the usage of VicNode storage and services. He will work with researchers, eResearch Centres, facilities and research communities across Victoria to manage, promote and establish collections and services on the VicNode storage infrastructure.All Photos - 1 of 1 copy

During 2008-2015, Jared Winton worked for Victorian state based eResearch bodies VeRSI (Victorian eResearch Strategic Initiative) and the V3 Alliance. Jared took on a variety of roles in this time from Software Engineer through to managing the Application Services team.

Jared has strong experience in the research sector. He works with researchers, research teams and institutional teams such as Libraries and Research Offices. Jared has delivered projects across many different disciplines from Archeology to Neuro-Imaging and many different institutions and government funded projects such as NeCTAR, RDSI, ANDS and AAF.

Jared’s field of research has been at the University of Melbourne Experimental Particle Physics group as a Research Fellow contributing to the collaboration with the Swiss Light Source, in the area of silicon based particle detector research and development.

If anyone would like to meet with Jared, please simply get in touch with VicNode to arrange a time.

VicNode Collections Manager

OWenThe VicNode Project is pleased to introduce the interim Collections Manager Owen O’Neill. Owen will be shaping the role for the next six weeks to help us kick off our Merit Allocation Scheme. He will be working with researchers, eResearch Centers, facilities and research communities across Victoria to promote and establish collections and services on the storage infrastructure VicNode is building.

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The VicNode Project is now accepting applications for merit-based storage

open_signVicNode is now accepting applications for merit-based storage!

We are starting the monthly round of Merit Allocation applications in September 2013 and the first round closes on Friday the 13th. Going forward the closing date for each month will fall on the second Friday of the month. In 2013 the dates are:

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