CBA Workshops

CBA Workshop: Bayesian phylogenetics and macroevolution in RevBayes, presented by Tracy Heath, Iowa State University

Our technical workshops typically focus on advanced analytical / technical methods in population- and phylo-genomics, spatial ecology, macroecology and biodiversity informatics, often with the primary developers of the methods presenting.

The CBA strongly encourages direct input from post docs and PhD students regarding the types of technical training they need for their specific research requirements and interests - see training support funding.

We also facilitate and support other 'workshops', such as working groups, round table discussions and symposiums, which support research development and collaboration across our partner institutions and knowledge exchange amongst scientists, managers and policy makers.

Contact

 Claire Stephens

 Send mail

 02 6125 9492

Upcoming events

15
Aug
2022
22
Aug
2022
15 August 2022, 22–24 August 2022
Sarah Whiteley, University of Canberra, Andrea Wild, CSIRO, Arthur Georges, University of Canberra
This series of writing workshops aims to provide postgraduate students and ECRs with the foundational skills to write well, and equip them with techniques for tackling academic writing of any kind.
15
Aug
2022
22
Aug
2022
15 August 2022, 22–24 August 2022
Sarah Whiteley, University of Canberra, Andrea Wild, CSIRO, Arthur Georges, University of Canberra
This series of writing workshops aims to provide postgraduate students and ECRs with the foundational skills to write well, and equip them with techniques for tackling academic writing of any kind.
28
Nov
2022
28–30 November 2022
A biosecurity-focused workshop that aims to contribute to capacity building and establish a community of practice of Nanopore sequencing focusing on biosecurity and eDNA.

Past events

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