Project Proposals for Summer of eResearch 2012

Please fill out this form if you and your research institute or group is interested in taking part in the Summer of eResearch 2012 in a mentoring and sponsoring role.

Please note: Only short focused responses are suggested for each question.

For each new project proposal please reuse this form. Feel free to send this form to colleagues who you think may be interested, and you can always refer to https://wiki.auckland.ac.nz/x/IAT3AQ for more information about the types of projects we are looking for

**Submission cut-off Date 21st September 2012**

    Primary Sponsor and Point of Contact

    To help things run smoothly we ask for a primary point of contact for each project. If you or your institute or research group have multiple projects it is up to you to decide whether the same person will act as the contact across all projects.
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    Project Proposal

    Describe your project proposal. Explain why it is important to your research. Outline some high level requirements (its helpful to think about requirements being SMART http://project-management.bestmanagementarticles.com/a-9353-smart-project-requirements.aspx ) Students will be based in computer science or software engineering departments at your local university. If known, mention any university colleagues or experts with who you'll be collaborating on this project. We will endeavour to help make connections with appropriate colleagues where desired. Review https://wiki.auckland.ac.nz/x/IAT3AQ for details on projects, and contact us at soer@eresearch.org.nz if you'd like to discuss your project.
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    Other Contacts

    Please include details of any other interested parties inside your institute or research group, for instance project mentors or end users of the proposed project deliverables. This list doesn't need to be final, but allows us to keep all interested parties informed.
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