Eidos Congress 2013

The Eidos Institute's 9th Congress includesd a number of important meetings and presentations with government, industry and university leaders. Congress is an annual event in Australia and Africa - involving high calibre, diverse and influential participants. After nine years it remains a premier networking event for policy and research leaders.

Key areas of focus aligned to current national and state/territory priority challenges:

Big Data - hosted by Hudson
Increasing Public Sector Capability and Efficiency - hosted by Queensland Public Service Commission
Improving Collaboration between Government and Researchers - hosted by Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet
Enhancing Community Engagement to Achieve Big Policy Reforms - hosted by Bond University
Infrastructure Futures - hosted by University of Sydney
Recognising the Value of Grey Literature - hosted by Swinburne University of Technology
Food Security - hosted by University of Pretoria (South Africa) and James Cook University
Technological Advances and Disruptive Innovation - hosted by Queensland University of Technology
Behavioural Economics for Policy Implementation - hosted by Swinburne University of Technology
Developing a System for Effective International Policy Transfer - hosted by North-West University (South Africa)
Northern Australia: Agriculture, Food Security; Governance, and Tourism - hosted by James Cook University and CQUniversity
Security: Police and Cyber - hosted by Edith Cowan University and Commonwealth Bank
Social Media in Times of Crisis - hosted by Queensland University of Technology
Industrial Transformation Energy - hosted by University of Newcastle
Communication for Development - hosted by Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology
Building Bridges through Sport - hosted by Bond University

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