Jeet Mukherjee has joined QCIF as a Research Technology Support Assistant for QCIF Member CQUniversity.
Jeet will assist CQU-based eResearch Analyst Jason Bell in supporting the university’s researchers with high-performance computing and other eResearch technologies, research data management and storage, and digital skills training.
Jeet and Jason are both based at CQU’s Rockhampton campus but assist researchers across the university’s 13 campuses nationwide.
In terms of software, Jeet has experience in using MATLAB, Simulink, Embedded C, AutoCAD and PLC Programming. He is keen to extend his research-related software skills through QCIF’s platinum membership with The Carpentries, a non-profit organisation teaching foundational coding and data science skills to researchers worldwide.
“I am looking forward to undertaking Software Carpentry training sessions, as well as learning and growing my knowledge in order to provide personalised help and support to our researchers, not only in CQUniversity but across all the QCIF Member institutions,” said Jeet.
He has almost completed The Carpentries instructor training to help lead workshops in QCIF’s training program.
QCIF Skills Development Manager Dr Mark Crowe said: “Jeet has already become a valuable member of the eResearch Analyst team, bringing a range of new skills along with his infectious enthusiasm for the role.”
Jason Bell added: “With the growth in CQUniversity’s eResearch infrastructure needs, Jeet is a very welcome addition to the Research Technology and QCIF eResearch support teams. The extra assistance ensures the team can continue to provide a high level of eResearch support services to CQU’s research community. Jeet’s customer focus is a great fit for the team and delivers the support needed to ensure CQU’s research continues to generate significant impact.”
Before joining QCIF, Jeet was hired directly by CQU for six months in 2021 as a Technology and Services Support Assistant to help its students at all levels.
Jeet graduated from CQU with a Master’s in Electrical Engineering at the end of 2020.
QCIF warmly welcomes Jeet to the team.
CQU researchers who would like advice about QCIF’s services may contact Jason or Jeet via CQU’s Technology and Services Assistance Centre (TASAC) via email: email@example.com or by phone: 07 4930 9090 or 1300 666 620 — ask for help from the research support team.
Please note for technical issues with QCIF’s cloud computing service, QRIScloud, all researchers, including those from CQU, are advised to contact the QRIScloud support team (firstname.lastname@example.org).