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Associate Professor Susan Best

Associate Professor Susan Best

Dr Best is an art historian with expertise in critical theory and modern and contemporary art.

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Associate Professor Thorsten Trupke

Associate Professor Thorsten Trupke

Associate Professor Thorsten Trupke is the Deputy Director of the ARC Photovoltaics Centre of Excellence in the School of Photovoltaic and Renewable Energy Engineering.

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Dr Nalini Pather

Dr Nalini Pather

Nalini Pather is a lecturer in the School of Medical Sciences.  Her research is currently focussed on two areas: tissue repair and medical education.

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Mrs Chandni Joshi

Mrs Chandni Joshi

Chandni is involved in research and evaluation on Health Literacy, Prevention and Management of Chronic Disease, Refugee Health and Indigenous Health at the Centre for Primary Health Care and Equity, UNSW Australia.

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Professor Fleur Johns

Professor Fleur Johns

Fleur Johns is Professor in the Faculty of Law, known for her work in international law and legal theory.

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The Drivers and Outcomes of Re-investment in Low Density Suburban Housing Markets

The Drivers and Outcomes of Re-investment in Low Density Suburban Housing Markets

The Drivers and Outcomes of Re-investment in Low Density Suburban Housing Markets
Associate Professor Virginia Louise Wiseman

Associate Professor Virginia Louise Wiseman

For the past 12 years I have been working as a health economist with the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine where my research has focussed on the delivery and financing of health care in low and middle income countries.

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Dr Sushil Gupta

Dr Sushil Gupta

Coal use for sustainable ironmaking and power generation.

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Engines

Engines

The UNSW Engine Research Laboratory
Mr Brendan Wall

Mr Brendan Wall

Brendan Wall has served as a cultural sector executive, ministerial adviser and diplomat.

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Evaluation of machine learning algorithms to automate tracking of cell fates by large-field video microscopy.

Evaluation of machine learning algorithms to automate tracking of cell fates by large-field video microscopy.

The aim of machine learning is to automate recognition of complex patterns by development of computer algorithms to replace menial and time-consuming human tasks.
Dr Greg Weeks

Dr Greg Weeks

Greg Weeks is a Lecturer in the Faculty of Law at the University of New South Wales and a member of the Gilbert + Tobin Centre

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Dr Sam Adie

Dr Sam Adie

Research Interests: Clinical research in outcomes after orthopaedic surgery.

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Dr Marina Theodora Van Leeuwen

Dr Marina Theodora Van Leeuwen

Research Interests: The epidemiology of cancer in immunodeficient populations, including people with primary and acquired immunodeficiency.

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The return of the omniscient narrator in contemporary fiction: authorship and narrative authority in the new millennium

The return of the omniscient narrator in contemporary fiction: authorship and narrative authority in the new millennium

In an age of relativism, some of the most important novelists today are reviving a narrative voice long considered an outmoded relic of 19th century fiction: the authoritative all-knowing omniscient narrator. This project delivers the first study of th...
Mr Raymond Colin Lewis

Mr Raymond Colin Lewis

Research Experience

  • 3-D Auditory Cockpit Displays
  • Publications: Co-authored Crew Resource Training Manual for new Airline Pilots.

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  • Senior Lecturer

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  • Professional Airline Pilot 1970 - 2000 First Officer (Copilot) on: Fokker Friendship (F27); DC4 - Carvair; Electra (L188A); Boeing 727 (100 and 200 series) Captain on: F27; Douglas DC9; Boeing 727 and Airbus A320

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Professor H Robert Robert Yang

Professor H Robert Robert Yang

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Our long-term research interests focus on two fundamental yet emerging areas in cell and medical biology:

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Mr Gordon Mackenzie

Mr Gordon Mackenzie

Research Interests: Superannuation; Finacial planning; Corporate finance; International taxation

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Mr Alex Sen Gupta

Mr Alex Sen Gupta

I am a research scientist and lecturer at the Climate Change Research Centre (CCRC) at the university of New South Wales (UNSW).

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Dr Ned Dobos

Dr Ned Dobos

Ned Dobos received his PhD in Applied Philosophy from the University of Melbourne in 2009.

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