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Dr Debra Aarons

Dr Debra Aarons

Debra Aarons currently specialises in the linguistic analysis of humour, focusing on the formal grammatical properties, as well as the pragmatics, of humour.

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Associate Professor Anna Marie Munster

Associate Professor Anna Marie Munster


Associate Professor, Research Leader, Contemporary Culture, Art and Politics, National Institute for Experimental Arts (NIEA)

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Dr Jakub Stoklosa

Dr Jakub Stoklosa



Jakub Stoklosa is a Research Associate in the School of Mathematics and Statistics.

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Ms Katherine Yeh

Ms Katherine Yeh

The Research Support Officer is reponsible for the administration of: internal and external research funding for academic staff, HERDC publications return and ERA processes.

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Dr Emma A Jane

Dr Emma A Jane

Online misogyny, cyberbullying, and digital mobs are the current foci of Dr Emma A. Jane's ongoing research into the social and ethical implications of emerging technologies.

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Mr Hamid Reza Vali Pour Goudarzi

Mr Hamid Reza Vali Pour Goudarzi

Senior Lecturer in the School of Civil and Environmental Engineering

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Level 1: I research the behaviour of structures made of steel, concrete and timber.

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Professor Paul Robertson

Professor Paul Robertson

Professor Paul Robertson is a Visiting Fellow with the School of Business, UNSW Canberra.

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Curating Cities: The Social and Ecological Potential of Public Art Practice

Curating Cities: The Social and Ecological Potential of Public Art Practice

This project evaluates the means and benefits of leveraging the arts to address the challenge of eco-sustainability.
Dr Zoran Vulovic

Dr Zoran Vulovic

Lecturer, School of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering

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 Level 1: I am looking into ways of using GPS to determine if there is a structural damage in aircraft.

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Towards Mike Artin's conjecture

Towards Mike Artin's conjecture

Non-commutative algebra is a rich, classical subject, ubiquitous in mathematics, since non-commutative algebras arise whenever you have linear operators such as differentiation or rotation.
Professor Kevin Downard

Professor Kevin Downard

Professor Kevin Downard has held professorial positions abroad and in Australia for the past 18 years after completing postdoctoral studies and holding an academic position at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He is an internationally rec

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Recycling aluminia-carbon refractory waste in steelmaking: fundamental understanding of impurities during refractory/steel interactions

Recycling aluminia-carbon refractory waste in steelmaking: fundamental understanding of impurities during refractory/steel interactions

This project will deliver the technical advances for critical aspects of the recycling of waste refractories as raw materials in steelmaking.
Professor Fedor Sukochev

Professor Fedor Sukochev

RESEARCH INTERESTS
 
Non-commutative functional analysis and its applications to non-commutative geometry;

Banach space geometry and its applications 

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Dr Tom Apperley

Dr Tom Apperley

Tom Apperley, Ph.D. is an ethnographer that specializes in researching digital media technologies. His previous writing has covered broadband policy, digital games, digital literacies and pedagogies, mobile media, and social inclusion.

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Professor Anthony John O'Sullivan

Professor Anthony John O'Sullivan

Professor O'Sullivan is a Clinical Academic at the St George & Sutherland Clinical School.

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Dr Monika Wadolowski

Dr Monika Wadolowski

Monika Wadolowski joined the National Drug and Alcohol Research Centre (NDARC) in March 2010.  Monika managed an ARC-funded longitudinal cohort study investigating the impact of the parental supply of al

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Dr Anthony Simon Don

Dr Anthony Simon Don

Research Interests: My research group uses sophisticated tools in biochemistry and molecular and cellular biology to investigate the control of physiology and pathology by small molecule metabolites, particularly lipid signalling

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Dr Melissa Merritt

Dr Melissa Merritt

Melissa Merritt works primarily on Kant and contemporary Kantian ethics.

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Ms Melinda Young

Ms Melinda Young

Melinda Young has a Master of Visual Arts from Sydney College of the Arts, University of Sydney. She has participated in over 130 exhibitions in Australia and overseas since 1997 with recent solo exhibitions in Sydney, Adelaide and Melbourne.

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Dr David James Philp

Dr David James Philp

Research Interests: Of transmissible diseases, sexually transmitted infections cause the largest burden in the young and youthful.

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