About ICRI

Hosted biennially, the International Conference on Research Infrastructures is the major professional forum for the global research infrastructure community.

Brisbane (Meanjin in Aboriginal language), the capital of the state of Queensland in Australia.

ICRI 2024 will bring together experts from diverse backgrounds and scientific disciplines to explore trends, challenges, and issues of significance to the international RI community.

Research infrastructures play an important role in addressing the complex societal and research challenges facing the planet, and serve as catalysts for industry creation, productivity and growth.

ICRI 2024 will help build the capacity, capability, collaboration and performance of research infrastructures around the world

Delegates will have the opportunity to make further connections through a program of satellite events, side events, meetings and site tours designed to enhance engagement, foster networking opportunities, and deliver valuable insights.

Brisbane, Australia, will be the first city in the Asia Pacific to host ICRI. Brisbane is Australia’s third largest city, with direct flights to destinations in Europe, North America, Asia, and the Pacific. It is home to world-class universities, more than 100 pioneering health and biotech facilities and a strong business and entrepreneurial ecosystem. Some of Australia’s most famous coastal regions, including the Gold Coast and the Great Barrier Reef are a short drive or flight away.

Co funded by European Union, CSIRO, Australian Government and NCRIS