Research Professional Development

In the Media

Engineering Publication – Top Article for 2018

Associate Professor Manoranjan Paul has produced a paper which has been listed as a top 10 download for Engineering in 2018 with the online publications source SpringerOpen. The publication ‘Human detection in surveillance videos and its applications – a review‘ has had over 39k downloads and was cited 29 times.

The publication by Associate Professor Paul, Shah M E Haque and Subrata Chakroborty discusses the importance of detecting of human beings accurately in a visual surveillance systems and the subsequent impact for using this in diverse application areas including abnormal event detection, human gait characterization, congestion analysis, person identification, gender classification and fall detection for elderly people.

If you have any research achievements that you would like included in the newsletter, please send them to the Faculty Research Liaison Officer.

Training Opportunities

Research Professional Seminars – Albury and Wagga campuses

Rene Logan, Research Professional Sales Manager – Asia Pacific will be conducting information sessions on the Wagga and Albury campuses. Research Professional is an online database of research funding opportunities in all disciplines to which CSU subscribes. 

The Researcher Update sessions will focus on Researcher and Higher Degree by Research student use of Research Professional. The session will provide an introduction, effective use of Research Professional, updates and future plans including ‘Finger Printing’. It will be suitable for all researchers from new users of RP through to experienced users.

Thursday 21 February – Wagga Campus
National Wine and Grape Industry Centre – Bld 0404 VC Room 201

10.30 am – 11.30 am – # 1 Researcher Update session for Research Professional
12.00 pm – 1.00pm – #2 Researcher Update session for Research Professional

Friday 22 February – Albury Campus
Nowik Learning Commons VC Room 147

9.30am – 10.30am – #3 Researcher Update session for Research Professional

Though not necessary, attendees in the meeting rooms are encouraged to bring a lap top with them. VC details for video conference users are available via the What’s New announcements for the sessions.  Face-to-face sessions will be conducted on the Bathurst and Orange campuses later this year.

Note: As a CSU researcher or HDR candidate, you can access Research Professional using your CSU login and password. If you need help setting up or searching Research Professional, please contact your Faculty Liaison Librarian or Faculty Research Liaison Officer.

Online Workshops

Why Apply for a Grant ?

Module 1 of the Research Administration
26 February, 9:30am – 11:30am

Aimed at helping new Researchers consider preliminary information when applying for an external grant. It covers the grant lifecycle; the definition of research, how the Research Office helps you; what are the requirements and approvals needed; what things do you need to consider; how to maximise your chance of project approval; what constitutes a quality application; and more

Speakers/Presenters: Research Project Management Team
Register here via the Research Office Professional Development page.

Introduction, research landscape, priority and time management

Part of the My Career Research modules
12 February, 9:30am – 12pm
The aims of this module are to:

  • Outline the learning approach to be used for My Research Career (MRC)
  • Explain the research landscape at CSU
  • Highlight the strategic issues and priorities which research-active staff should understand
  • Describe key resources, links and support for research administration at CSU
  • Highlight good time and priority management skills
Alison Matthews

Speakers/Presenters: Alison Matthews (Manager, Research Professional Development Programs) , Jason White (Director, Research), Nick Morgan (HDR)
Register here via the Research Office Professional Development page.

Introduction to CRO and linking your ORCiD profile

14 February, 9:30am – 12pm
This session will help you understand and get the best out of your CRO profile.  It will cover adding publications to CRO, adding to your profile and linking your CRO profile with your ORCiD profile.

Speakers/Presenters: Library Faculty Liaison Team
Register here via the Research Office Professional Development page