Research Lifecycle Programme Open House Event
22 Oct 2018
Anyone at the University with an interest in research is invited to come along to our next event, to find out about the past three months' progress
The Research Lifecycle is a five-year programme of investments to support the University in meeting its goal of being one of the top 25 research universities in the world, through a series of strategic investments in IT and associated change. These investments cover technology, professional development, processes, administration, funding, strategy and more.
Our open house events are open to anyone at the University with an interest in research - research staff, academics, support staff, postgraduate research students and anyone else whose day-to-day life at the University touches on research in any way.
The next Research Lifecycle Programme (RLP) open house event is taking place from 1pm-2pm on Tuesday 30 October 2018, in Room 3.40 of the Simon Building, and will consist of:
- An introduction to the Digital Image Viewer project (Bryan Archer, Project Manager)
- The past few months' progress of the RLP (Angus Hearmon, RLP Programme Director)
Please register for the event through the University's training catalogue:
If you're unfamiliar with the programme's work so far, we recommend that you take a look through the programme's website, and especially the Change Projects page to see the areas the programme is covering: