The Melbourne eResearch Group (MEG) under the leadership of Professor Richard Sinnott supports the development, support and delivery of research-oriented IT systems to a wide range of research communities at the University of Melbourne. The MEG has established a team of software engineers working in
a range of applied computing science areas
. Our major projects are:
Type 1 Diabetes Clinical Study
Australasian Diabetes Data Network
Endocrine Genomics Virtual Laboratory
Did you know?
- AURIN had its formal launch on the 13th October. This was a highly visible and successful activity for the University of Melbourne and resulted in extensive media coverage, e.g. http://aurin.org.au/blog/category/latest-news/.
- The AURIN project was awarded the Victorian Spatial Enablement Award at a gala dinner in Melbourne on 25th September 2014. Judges of the award commented that "AURIN embodied spatial enabled by creating an open-source platform that places extensive spatial datasets and powerful analytical tools in the
hands of urban research, planners and decision makers".
- The Melbourne eResearch Group have been funded by NeCTAR to realise security on the Cloud solutions including encryption/decryption and secure deletion. This involves a collaboration with CSIRO.
- The Melbourne eResearch Group has been funded to realise the ERA-NET rare disease network (lead by clinicians in Munich, Wuerzburg and Paris);
- The Melbourne eResearch Group has been funded to implement the FAMIAN Imaging Study (lead by Nijmegen, Netherlands);