- Symposium talks and posters: CSIRO Discovery (CSIRO Black Mountain - North Science Road, Acton)
- Workshops and invitation-only working groups: Research School of Biology, ANU Gould Building - Meetings Room (Daley Road, Acton - Bldg 116, Rm 246)
- Evening science talk, social evening and invitation-only working groups: University House, ANU (Cnr Balmain Cr & Liversidge St, Acton)
You will need to bring your own laptop with the required software to the workshops. Details on the the software downloads you will need to install prior to attending the workshops are available under the relevant workshop sessions:
- An introduction to the GenGIS software for analysis of biodiversity data (1.30pm Tues 22 April) - Rob Beiko (Dalhousie)
- An introduction to SAM (Spatial Analysis in Macroecology) software (1.30pm Wed 23 April) - Thiago Rangel (Federal do Goias)
- An introduction to PhyloJIVE and OneZoom (4pm Wed 23 April) - Joe Miller (National Science Foundation) and James Rosindell (Imperial College)
- Visualising and combining trait and evolutionary distances for community analysis (1.30pm Thurs 24 April) - Marc Cadotte (Toronto)
There will be WIFI in the workshop room. ANU staff/students can use their own Uni ID number to log in or we can provide a guest log in on the ANU network. But it is highly recommended that you come to the workshops with all the required downloads on your computer as there will be limited time available.
- Visitor parking at CSIRO Discovery
- Visitor parking at ANU
- Pay parking near University House (off campus, 10 min walk)
All travellers to Australia (other than Australian and New Zealand citizens) are legally required to hold a valid visa. You can apply online for an eVisitor (subclass 651) visa.
Canberra and surrounding regions
Canberra is Australia’s capital city with a population of 358,000. It is 150 km from Australia's east coast with an elevation of approximately 580 m. The city's design incorporates significant areas of natural vegetation that has earned Canberra the title 'the Bush Capital'. A diverse range of ecosystems, such as eucalypt forests and woodland, temperate rainforest, native grassland and alpine, riverine and coastal habitats, all occur within a few hours of the city.