ARC LIEF grant for Linked Semantic Platforms project

This project aims to develop the next generation of decision-support tools for interdisciplinary research on critical public policy issues. The project will use linked open data, knowledge graphs and collaborations across existing research infrastructure projects. Expected outcomes include inter-operability across major social science databases and new analytical tools that will transform the research capabilities for evidence-based policy making. Outcomes are expected on sustainable built environments and transport in urban and regional communities, social care and health in the community, work and wellbeing, digital inclusion and digital health.

Partner organisations
Swinburne University of Technology, UniSA, RMIT University, University of Melbourne, ANU, UNSW

Chief investigators
Swinburne University: Professor Jane Farmer, Professor Dr Peter Newton; Professor Penelope Schofield; Professor Peter Graham; Professor Timoleon Sellis;
RMIT University: Professor Julian Thomas; Professor Jago Dodson; Professor Mark Sanderson
UniSA: Professor Kerry London; Professor Ian Olver; Professor Maureen Dollard; Professor Susan Luckman;
University of Melbourne (AURIN): Professor Richard Sinnott
ANU (ADA): Dr Steven McEachern
UNSW: Associate Professor Catherine Bridge

Project team

Project manager: Amanda Lawrence, Director, APO
Technical lead: Camilo Jorquera, Senior Developer, APO

More information is available in the flyers below. We will be providing more information next year once the project gets going in March 2018.

APO LIEF 2018-2019 2 page Flyer

APO LIEF 2018-2019 5 page Flyer

 

Author: Amanda Lawrence

Director, APO

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