eRNZ 21 Update 16-Oct-2020: Side event announcement, hotel deals & more!

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Here’s the latest news and updates on the eResearch NZ 2021 conference (coming to Wellington, NZ from 10-12 February 2021 -

Building community connections

New Zealand’s second annual Carpentry Connect event is coming to Wellington as a satellite workshop of eResearch NZ 2021! The Carpentries aims to teach foundational coding and data science skills to researchers. Want to know more about the Carpentries? Or perhaps you want to connect with fellow instructors, helpers, and learners in the community? If yes, this community building event is for you!


Call for sponsorship

The eResearchNZ 2021 organising committee are delighted to invite you to become a sponsor of eResearch NZ 2021! Key reasons to sponsor:

  1. Maximise your company’s exposure and increase your brand awareness
  2. Promote your company, products and services to hundreds of delegates
  3. Network and build new relationships
  4. Interact with delegates face to face


Abstract submission is open!

eResearch NZ 2021 invites submissions of lightning talks, presentations, birds-of-a-feather, poster presentations and workshops . Check out the submission guidelines and submit your abstract today!


Meet the Organising Committee

eResearch NZ 2021 is organised by a group of wonderful people who volunteer their time and effort to ensure the conference is a great success. Click below to find out more about each of our organising committee members.


Accommodation - Book early!

February is a busy time of year in Wellington, so we recommend booking your preferred accommodation as soon as possible. We’ve negotiated some special rates at nearby hotels.


More information

Have questions about next year’s event? Visit our website to learn more, or email Laura Furse anytime! Check back to the website often — it’s regularly being updated with new information. Last but not least, help us spread the word and use #LEVELUP on Twitter!