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Dr Wei Wang

Dr Wei Wang

Dr Wei Wang is a Senior Lecturer with the School of Computer Science and Engineering. His research interests include:

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Dr Frances Myfanwy Miley

Dr Frances Myfanwy Miley

Dr Frances Miley lectures in accounting, finance and business risk management,  She had a doctorate in accounting and finance, a master of economics degree, bachelors degrees in both law and accounting, finance and systems, a graduate certificate

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Modelling of Retinal Electric Stimulation

Modelling of Retinal Electric Stimulation

A major modelling effort is currently underway in GSBmE to develop finite-element models of the retina and its electrical activation by a neuroprosthesis implant.
Dr J. Mark Dangerfield

Dr J. Mark Dangerfield

Dr J. Mark Dangerfield joined SPRC in July 2014 as an Adjunct Associate Professor.

Mr Andrew John Affleck

Mr Andrew John Affleck

Following completion of his BSc in Neuroscience and Psychology, Andrew completed and was awarded his Master of Philosophy (Medicine) from the University of Sydney (2012).

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Dr Tim Murphy

Dr Tim Murphy

Research Interests: Autoregulation of blood flow is the ability of tissues to control 'local' blood flow in response to changes in systemic blood pressure and the tissue's metabolic requirements.

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Associate Professor Mark Diesendorf

Associate Professor Mark Diesendorf

Dr Mark Diesendorf teaches, researches and consults in the interdisciplinary fields of sustainable energy, energy policy, sustainable urban transport, theory of sustainability, ecological economics, and practical processes by which government, bus

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Interpreters in court: Witness credibility with interpreted testimony.

Interpreters in court: Witness credibility with interpreted testimony.

The study will improve access to justice for non-English speaking witnesses, testifying in court through an interpreter. It achieves this by taking advantage of new wireless technologies to transform the social and technological environment of the cour...
Dr Katherine Moline

Dr Katherine Moline

Dr. Katherine Moline explores the cross-overs between avant-gardism in visual art and contemporary experimental design.

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Professor Martin Julian Van Kranendonk

Professor Martin Julian Van Kranendonk

I am a Professor of Geology, with 28 years of mapping and research experience in a variety of structurally complex Precambrian terrains.

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Professor Michael Edward O'Donnell

Professor Michael Edward O'Donnell

Professor Michael O'Donnell is the Head of the School of Business at UNSW Canberra.

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Dr Carol Ann Oliver

Dr Carol Ann Oliver

Dr Carol Oliver is a nationally and internationally known expert in evidence-based science communication and science education outreach working across the sciences in the space-related and astrobiology fields.

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Chip-Scale Implantable Bionics for Next Generation Therapeutic Neural Prostheses

Chip-Scale Implantable Bionics for Next Generation Therapeutic Neural Prostheses

Australia has an unmatched reputation as a world leader in neuroprostheses. Most notable of these is the bionic ear for the deaf and, more recently, leading edge research towards a bionic eye for the blind. This proposal will combine the research stren...
Engines

Engines

The UNSW Engine Research Laboratory
Dr Petra Gemeinboeck

Dr Petra Gemeinboeck

Director, Postgraduate Research; Deputy Director, NIEA Creative Robotics Lab

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Mr Ali Amin

Mr Ali Amin

Associate Lecturer in the School of Civil and Environmental Engineering

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My research is centred upon the use of steel fibres as load carrying mechanisms in reinforced concrete.

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Professor Chihiro Kinoshita Thomson

Professor Chihiro Kinoshita Thomson

Chihiro Thomson is a Professor of Japanese Studies in the School of Humanities and Languages. She was born, educated in Tokyo, Japan, and graduated from Gakushuin University.

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Professor Vicki Chen

Professor Vicki Chen

Professor & Head of School, School of Chemical Engineering, UNESCO Centre for Membrane Science & Technology,. Research Interest

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