MAPPING MOODS FOR FUTURE CITIES

September 15, 2022

Are you interested? Please let us know if you would like to participate in a ‘Mapping Moods for Future Cities’ workshop, an initiative to explore how the maps of our...

Navigating Competing Logics

September 6, 2022

What unlearning and relearning is involved in making interdisciplinarity really work, especially in team environments?

CafeLab Funding Success

August 10, 2022

Tania Lewis, Martyn Hook and the CafeLab team, including chef-activist Helen Addison-Smith, have won nearly 50K from the ECP Strategic Capability Deployment fund. Based on Smith St in Collingwood, the...

Diverse Knowledges — Hidden Voices

July 5, 2022

anything we call "interdisciplinarity" will include diverse ways of knowing, which means bring many voices to projects, from the outset.

The Value of Interdisciplinarity for Responsible Data Science

April 22, 2022

Interdisciplinarity: it’s a common enough word in academic settings. It’s a goal in many institutions to blend approaches, to utilize different worldviews effectively in addressing the big issues. Interdisciplinarity is...

DERC 2022 seminar series on responsible data science

March 25, 2022

DERC 2022 co-sponsors a series on "Responsible Data Science" with University of Cambridge's Minderoo Centre on Technology and Democracy

Digital CBD Project – Report #2 Release Event

March 24, 2022

Come along to the release of the Digital CBD Project's second report on: Thursday 7 April 2022 at 1.00 pm Register here The second report in the Digital CBD Project is...

Digital CBD Survey 2022

March 22, 2022

RMIT researchers launched a city-wide survey to assess the attitudes and perceptions of residents.

“Shadowless Being” Keynote by Professor Michael Taussig

March 15, 2022

Professor Michael Taussig to deliver keynote address on 'Shadowless Being' on 30 March at Kaleide Theatre RMIT. Book your free ticket here. About this event: Does thought have a shape?...

Congratulations Dr Yee Man Louie

February 21, 2022

Yee Man Louie has achieved her PhD with outstanding examiner reports. Her thesis titled ‘For better or worse: when technology intersects with domestic violence and the lived experiences of Chinese...

Platform Cooperative Research Sprint – Successful Grant

February 18, 2022

In late 2020, DERC PhD researchers Kelsie Nabben and Megan Kelleher participated in a competitive selection research sprint, supported by Janet Roitman, with The New School and Harvard Berkman Klein...

The Future of the Digital CBD

November 30, 2021

RMIT Research Centres the Blockchain Innovation Hub, Centre for Cyber Security Research and Innovation and the Digital Ethnography Research Centre have come together to conduct large scale research into the...