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Sunday 11 September 2016

1430 - 1730 Workshop
Room 103
  High potential leaders in research management

Monday 12 September 2016

  Research Site Tours
0800 - 0900 Registration
0900 - 1030 Workshop 1 Workshop 2 Workshop 3 Workshop 4 Workshop 5 Workshop 6 Workshop 7 Workshop 11 Accreditation Module Accreditation Module
Room 101/102 103 104 105 110 106 109 108 111 112
  Professionalisation of research management in the context of low and middle income countries (LMICs) US Compliance – What is this thing called Uniform Guidance and how does it impact International Institutions? Extending the Reach and Impact of your Research Development Service Strategic Research Management in a Changing Environment Research Integrity Forum 2016: Promoting Responsible Research what is research integrity and how do we do it? Planning your way to Research Impact Coaching your researchers to funding success Sponsored Programs Policy Development and Implementation Managing Higher Degree Research Scholarships The National Research and Innovation System in Australia
1030 - 1100 Morning Tea
1100 - 1230 Workshop 1 Workshop 2 Workshop 3 Workshop 4 Workshop 5 Workshop 6 Workshop 7 Workshop 11 Accreditation Module Accreditation Module
Room 101/102 103 104 105 110 106 109 108 111 112
  Professionalisation of research management in the context of low and middle income countries (LMICs) US Compliance – What is this thing called Uniform Guidance and how does it impact International Institutions? Extending the Reach and Impact of your Research Development Service Strategic Research Management in a Changing Environment Research Integrity Forum 2016: Promoting Responsible Research what is research integrity and how do we do it? Planning your way to Research Impact Coaching your researchers to funding success Sponsored Programs Policy Development and Implementation Managing Higher Degree Research Scholarships The National Research and Innovation System in Australia
  Break
1330 - 1500   Workshop 10 Workshop 12 Workshop 13 Workshop 14 Workshop 15 Workshop 16   Accreditation Module  
Room   103 104 105 110 106 109   111  
    Social media tools and platforms for research management Best Practices in Leading and Managing a Sponsored Research Office: Culture, Staffing, Training and Communication Strategic Research Management in a Changing Environment Research Integrity Forum 2016: Responding to research misconduct Enhancing Institutional Research Management with Advanced Analytics – Getting More Value with Your Data Soft Matter(s) – on establishment of trustful relations and constructive collaboration between research support and researchers   International Research Training Partnerships  
1500 - 1530 Afternoon Tea
1530 - 1700   Workshop 10 Workshop 12 Workshop 13 Workshop 14 Workshop 15 Workshop 16   Accreditation Module  
Room   103 104 105 110 106 109   111  
    Social media tools and platforms for research management Best Practices in Leading and Managing a Sponsored Research Office: Culture, Staffing, Training and Communication Strategic Research Management in a Changing Environment Research Integrity Forum 2016: Responding to research misconduct Enhancing Institutional Research Management with Advanced Analytics – Getting More Value with Your Data Soft Matter(s) – on establishment of trustful relations and constructive collaboration between research support and researchers   International Research Training Partnerships  

Tuesday 13 September 2016

0730 - 0830 RegistrationLevel 1 Melbourne Convention Centre
0830 - 0900 Opening CeremonyPlenary Hall 1 - Ground Floor - Melbourne Convention Centre
0900 - 1015 Opening Plenary
Mr Simon McKeon, AO
New Models of Research and Innovation
Plenary hall 1 - Ground Floor - Melbourne Convention Centre
1015 - 1100 Morning Tea
1100 - 1300 Stream 1
Collaboration and Partnerships
Stream 2
Challenges: the Big and the Bold
Stream 3
The Management of Research Training and Researcher Development
Stream 4
Foundations for Research Management
Stream 5
Leadership and Culture
Room: 104 105 106 109 110
Session Chair: Bryony Wakefield Tania Tambiah Donna Hannan Louise Fleck MaryAnne Aitken
1100 - 1120 Tony PeacockAcademic and Business 'cultures' and how they affect a research collaboration David CamiUsing 'Carrot' or 'Stick' approach in managing research? A case study on both principles and an alternative solution Jo InnesResponding to the demand for research excellence and impact by influencing leadership thinking Richard FerrersUnderstanding Needs of the Research Sector to better manage Research Information - an Australian perspective Denise ClarkThe History and Art of Research Administration
1120 - 1140 Lisa McDonald, John Adlen, Sarah TudorIndustry-University Collaboration - developing the models for successful partnering Madalina MireaInternational Research and Partnership Grants to facilitate global networks, leverage new funding and advance research and innovation Helen GremillionProfessional Development for Established Academic Staff: The Effectiveness of a Writing Programme Nobouko Miyairi Paul Wong Building a community-based infrastructure: progress of ORCID consortium in Australia Grahame PearsonNo more research management!
1140 - 1200 Julie MatarczykExploring new collaborative research models: a Case Study from the ARC Industrial Transformation Research Programme Olaf Svenningsen & Helen KorsgaardVESPERS - a values proposition model for research support and management Anders FribergThe significance of proficient grant writing towards evidence-based support Ksenia SawczakOne Big Thing: Towards a Confluence of eResearch and Research Management Floora RuokonenHow to make it easy for academics to trust your research funding office
1200 - 1220 Adele SeymonIs the nature of collaboration changing? Douglas RobertsonManagement and Governance in Australian Research Intensive Universities Robyn HillPlanning the Perfect Pitch Supporting Researchers to Develop Winning Proposals Steven RiddellPlease hold, let me get that data for you - The development and management of a data collaboration between RMIT and Elsevier Jakob Feldtfos ChristensenThis too, shall pass - An introduction to Stoic Research Management
1220 - 1240 Annette McLeodMatchmaker, Matchmaker, Make Me a Match: A Collaborative Approach to Sectoral Engagement at the Regional Level - The Case of the Defence Science Institute Shubhra RoyService & Governance - leading through cultural change Annedorte VadI write it down - therefore I know Matthias LiffersBreaking down the silos: collaboration to achieve best practice research data management Rina SadiaGroup Modeling-Building: The Environment, Culture and Work Conditions Impact on the Process
1240 - 1300   Ross McLennanMaximizing the Collective Value of Infrastructure and Expertise: Approaches to Better Partnership Management for Delivery of Improved Research Outcomes   Lyn McBriartyWorking Together to Achieve Outcomes  
1300 - 1355 Lunch
1400 - 1415
Ms Michelle GallaherGlobal Megatrends and the Future of Research
Plenary Hall 1 - Ground Floor - Melbourne Convention Centre
1415 1515 Plenary Panel discussion: Dr Leonie Walsh - Innovation & Technology Leader
Professor Hugh Bradlow - Telstra
Mr Ehsan Masood - Research Professional News
Dr Marcus Zipper - CSIRO
Professor Graham Brown - The University of Melbourne
1515 - 1545 Afternoon Tea
1545 - 1725 Stream 1
Collaboration and Partnerships
Stream 2
Challenges: the Big and the Bold
Stream 3
Global Research Management
Stream 4
Foundations for Research Management
Stream 5
Global Research Management
Room: 104 105 106 109 110
Session Chair: Tom McGinness Ian Carter Karen Burke Ksenia Sawczak John Westensee
1545 - 1605 Tim Cahill & Julianne O'Reilly-WapstraKnowing Your Partners Jan AndersenSCIENCE 2.0 - A paradigm shift or a new windmill to conquer? Seingheng HulThe Development of an Integrated and Innovative Research Management, Engagement, and Collaboration Platform: A Case of Cambodian Forum for Research and Development Natalie MastSocrates a Decade On: The Evolution of UWA's Research Performance Management System Simon KerridgeChallenges Managing a Globally Funded Sponsored Research Portfolio
1605 - 1625 James AlbrightDeveloping Canada's Smart Microgrid Strategic Research Consortium Tracey SwiftWhen Grand Science Challenges Become Even Bigger Challenges for Research Offices Kastam AstamiIndustry Oriented R&D Organization Anja HegenEvaluation of interdisciplinary research projects in Europe - implications for advisers coaching young researchers Tolise Miles & Simon KerridgeHow to communicate effectively with colleagues and faculty using emotional intelligence
1625 - 1645 Elizabeth Brittan-PowellPIs and Administrators: A Marriage of Necessity Jonathan O'DonnellCrowdfunding at Australian Universities Primrose JaravaniResearch Management and Administration in a Resource Limited Setting Leanne MumfordAdventures with non-traditional research outputs at the University of Sydney Therina TheronSupporting the professional development of researchers in global and local contexts for cross-sectoral mobility and international research careers
1645 - 1705 Marieka EasterleyBuilding purposive teamwork and drivers in collaborative research: ideas for good practice based on a 'design-pull' psychology Campbell ThomsonCrowd Research at the University of Western Australia Ediana SutjiredjekiRaising Research Capacity: Practical Experience in Politeknik Negeri Bandung Javier ArevaloEuropean Research Council in a connected world: measuring investigators' excellence Tim LesterNational and international industry-research collaborations: lessons from Australia's Rural Research and Development Corporations
1705 - 1725 Hiroyuki SazawaA new strategy to facilitate academia industry research collaboration and research expense hunting using disclosed information in University of Tsukuba Melanie FarmerMoving to the crowd - funding research for frogs Ari ProbandariBarriers of Research in University: A case study in Faculty of Medicine, Universitas Gadjah Mada, Indonesia Floris Van Der LeestShining a light on the black box of peer review in a national research quality assessment  
  ARMS AGM 1730 – 1815
Plenary Hall 1
Ground Floor - Melbourne Convention Centre
Research Professional User Group Meeting1730 - 2100
Room 103
Elsevier Industry Workshop: Metrics and Strategies for Measuring Institutional Effectiveness1730 - 1900
Room 101/102
   

Wednesday 14 September 2016

0730 - 0830 F1 Solutions Business Breakfast: Streamlining Ethics ReviewRoom 101/102
0830 - 0845 RegistrationLevel 1 Melbourne Convention Centre
0845 - 1000 Ms Susan ZimmermanExecutive Director of the Secretariat on Responsible Conduct of Research, Canada
Plenary Hall 1 - Ground Floor - Melbourne Convention Centre
1000 - 1030 Morning Tea
1030 - 1230 Stream 1
Collaboration and Partnerships
Stream 2
Foundations for Research Management
Stream 3
The Management of Research Training and Researcher Development
Sponsored by Postdoc Training
Stream 4
Foundations for Research Management
Stream 5
Clinical Health and Research
Room: 104 105 106 109 110
Session Chair: Ross McLennan Helen Marsden John Rogers Lyn McBriarty Ted Rohr
1030 - 1050 Saba SalehiManaging research engagement data in a multi-node organization Rebecca BondHow do you provide improved services with no digital solution investment while reducing workload? The impact of a culture of change on service quality Esther De SmetOxygen for the Alphas: strengthening research quality and strategy in the social sciences, behavioural sciences and humanities Pearly HarumalWhen NIH comes knocking what's the big deal? Kerry BellIntroducing an Opt-out Approach to the Collection of Patient Health Data for Research Purposes
1050 - 1110 Adam ButlerCollaboration visualisation, analysis and how the data can help us Mary Anne AitkenAn Operating Model for a Research Office - Theory and Practice Karen WarnesCalculus and Culture: Supporting collaboration between STEM and HASS Jennifer PontingWorking with US Institutions: Tools and Tips for Contract Negotiation and Global Research Collaboration Kristen GibbonsImplementation of On-Site Monitoring Program (a risk based approach) for Clinical Research Studies
1110 - 1130 Ruth GrahamThe Collaboration Hat-trick Alison EvansSupporting research in a brave new world: Pleasures and pitfalls of introducing a new fully automated system for proposal submission and award management at a research intensive institution Ronda AlexanderThe Influence of a College Mentorship Program on Grant Proposal Submissions and Awards Alma-Mary McFarlandHot Buttons and Risk Management in Research Contracts Dembo KantehMedical Research Council Unit The Gambia
1130 - 1150 Michael KhorAccelerating the global research collaborations of Singapore universities through outstanding young researcher fellowship schemes Mark HochmanHow do we know we're doing a good job - how can a central Research Office best assert and evidence their utility? Lessons from Oxford Lynette BrowningGrowing your own: building research capability in challenging times Lisa PerryTransforming contract operations: Auckland UniServices' journey Jayamini IllesingheImplementation of Good Research Practice in Clinical and Health Science Research
1150 - 1210 Rebecca ReedPositioning research in the global arena Fiona NeilsonTransforming Research Services: Case study of Monash University Ruth GrahamUnder Pressure! The Challenge of Researcher Development in the Innovation Age Megan StrideThe minefield of Australian Autonomous Sanctions - a practical and simplified solution to assessing at-risk HDR applicants and projects Samantha RobertsonPromoting research integrity in Australia
1210 - 1230 Daichi KohmotoFor Strengthening the Research Power of a Large-Scale Research University, II - Analyzing Data, Research-related Metrics, and the Past Policies along the Time Series David RobsonMonitoring the performance of a research office - an example from the University of Technology Sydney Inger LanzoneResearcher development training leads to enhanced researcher activities Cornelia MalherbeCrossing the 'us'-and-'them' bridge: Case Study from Stellenbosch University Ted RohrResearch Integrity in International Collaborations
1230 - 1330 Lunch
1335 - 1425 Professor Jonathan GrantKing's College London
Busting some myths on impact assessment, its costs and the use of metrics
Plenary Hall 1 - Ground Floor - Melbourne Convention Centre
1425 - 1515 Plenary Panel Discussion: Professor Kath McPherson - Health Research Council New Zealand
Professor Pauline Nestor - Monash University
Professor Kevin Hall - University of Newcastle
1515 - 1545 Afternoon Tea
1545 - 1725 Stream 1
Collaboration and Partnerships
Stream 2
Foundations for Research Management
Stream 3
The Management of Research Training and Researcher Development
Stream 4
Foundations for Research Management
Stream 5
Challenges: the Big and the Bold
Room: 104 105 106 109 110
Session Chair: Laura Dan Michelle Duryea Margaret Jones Rebecca Bond Stella Clark
1545 - 1605 Mark BuzzaGlobal Collaboration: The Movember Foundation Global Action Plan model Joel ChibertStrong Foundations: A Shared Services support model promoting robust research financial management at Monash University Shelda DebowskiDesigning and delivering an articulated development curriculum for doctoral candidates and early career researchers: The Monash University experience Barbara DohertyLet's talk about supporting researchers through Australia's growing compliance expectations Diana LeightonEmbedding impact practice at Liverpool John Moores University: instilling cultural change using the Vertigo Ventures Impact Tracker (VV-IT)
1605 - 1625 Ehsan MasoodWhere next for Global Challenges and Innovation funding? Eva BjorndalManaging Change - A Journey Towards Centralisation of Post Award George CarayannopoulosJumping Through the Hoops; Project Management and the HDR Lifecycle Joel CeramidasThe human research ethics application: a national solution to an intractable problem Lesley BrookA Research Impact Assessment model developed for Otago Polytechnic
1625 - 1645 Karyn Joyner5 Things you need to know about setting up an Academic Health Science Centre in Australia Luke McAvaneyAcademic Decision Making: Inside Out Blanche PretoriusManaging researcher development: new wine in old wine-skins? Lauren Black Researchers are doin' it for themselves: school based group human research ethics approvals Kambiz MaaniResearch Translation for External Stakeholders
1645 - 1705 Jennifer FreemanUniversities as Engines of Regional Economic Development Hirofumi SeikeEstablishment of a new research management unit and university-wide communication Katy DolmanConnecting research students with the world - PhD collaboration at UniSA Adele KayMay the Code be with you Part 2: A case study and discussion into developing a responsible research culture Annette McLarenCrunching the numbers: the impact of impact measures
1705 - 1725 Kei AyukawaCreating a STI platform for Japan and ASEAN JASTIP: New Challenge of Kyoto University Research Administrators Rachel RamsdaleResearch Infrastructure Supporting the Research Backbone Tseen Khoo & Jason MurphyBuilding researcher community and institutional cohort identity for graduate researchers through social media Paul WongResearch Integrity Advisor Data Workshops: A National Approach to Capability Development Sibusiso MoyoMeasuring research performance and research impact: A South African Case Study

Thursday 15 September 2016

0830 - 0900 RegistrationLevel 1 Melbourne Convention Centre
0900 - 0915 Introducing ARMS 2017 Conference, Wellington, New Zealand
0915 - 1000 Mr Zhang Xiaoyuan Director General of Resources Management and Allocation, the Ministry of Science and Technology, P. R. China
Plenary Hall 1, Ground Floor, Melbourne Convention Centre
1000 - 1015 Introducing INORMS 2018
1015 - 1115 Stream 1
Global Research Management
Stream 2
Challenges: the Big and the Bold
Stream 3
The Management of Research Training and Researcher Development
Stream 4
Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences
Stream 5
Leadership and Culture
Room: 104 105 106 109 110
Session Chair: Sianna Panagiotopoulus Jan Andersen Lee Astheimer Joe Graffam Annedorte Vad
1015 - 1035 Warwick DawsonInnovation and International Collaboration: China and Australia research administration case study Amberyn ThomasPatent Data for Understanding Knowledge Flow Kay WintonBudget / Smudge-it - Why is it so many researchers struggle with the concept of a budget when submitting an application? Jeremy MinerA Novel Approach to Stimulating Grant Applications from Humanities and Social Science Faculty Members Simon KerridgeRAAAP: Research Administration As A Profession What skills are needed to become a research administration leader?
1035 - 1055 Shaofeng FanInternational Research Management in the context of Comprehensive Government Reform: Peking University case study Joanna YorkWhat is the impact of measuring impact? Ellie McSheedySystems (IT and business) to support the changing landscape of Research Management - An institute perspective Mandy PinkCross-disciplinary projects - the administrative and conceptual challenges Jennifer ShambrookWorkplace stress, health behavior and work-life balance: A Global Perspective for Research Administrators
1055 - 1115 Huong NguyenUniversity Research Capacity Building in developing countries: the case of Vietnam Diana CoatesResearch Management in DRUSSA Universities - Bridging the disconnect between Research and its Uptake and Utilisation Emmanuel Ovon BabatundeThe Third Force in Research Management - the case of or for Blended Professionals Muriel Swijghuisen ReigersbergThe same, but different: ethical open access and data sharing support for the arts, humanities and social sciences in the UK Martin KirkMaximizing (Research Management Association) Board Effectiveness
1115 - 1215 Morning Tea
1215 - 1315 Stream 1
Global Research Management
Stream 2
Challenges: the Big and the Bold
Stream 3
The Management of Research Training and Researcher Development
Stream 4
Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences
Stream 5
Leadership and Culture
Room: 104 105 106 109 110
Session Chair: Campbell Thomson Lesley Ashton Rochelle Finlay Simon Kerr Douglas Robertson
1215 - 1235 Gideon De WetResearch uptake and inclusive innovative intermediary platforms: The case of the University of Fort Hare, South Africa Adam FinchAltmetrics in Research Evaluation: Strengths, Weaknesses and the Australian Picture David HuangBuilding the science of research management Jacques De Vos MalanTrans-disciplinary Research Management: The Case for Specialised Skills Martin KirkThe world of INORMS Associations
1235 - 1255 Eliza StefaniwBuilding Intellectual Property (IP) Awareness and Skills for Researchers and Research Management Professionals at King Mongkut's University of Technology Thonburi (KMUTT) Vicky WilliamsMaking research visible: Engagement beyond the Academy Rangnar NilssonManaging a university's strategic investment in challenge-driven cross-disciplinary research Nolunkcwe BomelaHASS and SET research administration: Different Strokes? Marianne WoodsThe Art of Creating Meaningful Courses and Teaching in an Online Masters Degree Program in Research Administration
1255 - 1315 Georges EkosseExperiencing Growth in Research Outputs in a Rural-Based University in South Africa Using Limited Resources Shubhra RoyUndoing Dawkins: Changes in the Australian Higher Education Sector   Silke BlohmFostering international collaboration and interdisciplinary research at a small specialist institution in the arts, humanities and social sciences  
1315 - 1415 Lunch
1415 - 1500 Congress ClosingPlenary Hall 1, Ground Floor, Melbourne Convention Centre