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Dr Anna Qianyao Cai

Dr Anna Qianyao Cai

Background

B.Sc (Hons) and Ph.D from the University of Melbourne

Postdoctoral researcher and lecturer in University of California at Irvine.

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Dr Matt Joseph Lee

Dr Matt Joseph Lee

Dr Matt Lee is a Research Fellow with the Centre for Marine Bio-Innovation and the School of Biotechnology and Biomolecular Sciences in the UNSW Faculty of Science.

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Dr Toby Lea

Dr Toby Lea

Toby Lea is a Research Associate at the Centre for Social Research in Health (formerly the National Centre in HIV Social Research).

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Dr Gaofeng Zhao

Dr Gaofeng Zhao

Senior Lecturer/ DECRA Fellow in the School of Civil and Environmental Engineering' Centre for Infrastructure Engineering & Safety (CIES)

Research interest

Level 1: I investigate dynamic fracturing of rock.

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Dr Roy Sugarman

Dr Roy Sugarman

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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.

Teaching Experience

  • 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 Michael Walpole

Professor Michael Walpole

Michael is the Associate Head of School (Research) at the School of Taxation and Business Law (including Atax) in the Australian School of Business.

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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.
Mr Nima Amini

Mr Nima Amini

I commenced my PhD studies at UNSW in 2013, supervised by Prof Waller and Dr Gardner. I was awarded my undergraduate degree with honours from University of Melbourne in Geomatics Engineering.

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Rosemary Grey

Rosemary Grey

Rosemary Grey is a PhD candidate in the School of Social Sciences, Faculty of Arts & Social Sciences, UNSW. Her research is on gender issues in international criminal law, focussing on the prosecution of sexual and gender-based violence in the

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Ms Jo Mitchell

Ms Jo Mitchell

Research Interests:
Health Promotion practice - current SESAHS programs in falls injury prevention, nutrition, physical activity, health promoting schools, tobacco and equity.

Mr Michael Kyriacou Peters

Mr Michael Kyriacou Peters

Michael teaches and researches in the area of governance, finance, banking and tourism law. Prior to joining the University of New South Wales he was a solicitor and corporate counsel in Sydney, London and Hong Kong.

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Associate Professor Toan Pham

Associate Professor Toan Pham

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Dr Toan Phung

Dr Toan Phung

Dr B. T. (Toan) Phung is an Associate Professor in Energy Systems. He runs the High Voltage Laboratory in the School of Electrical Engineering and Telecommunications. His  research interests include:

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Dr Alister Peter William Funnell

Dr Alister Peter William Funnell

Professional Experience

  • 2009: PhD (University of Sydney) Sydney, Australia
  • 2004: Bachelor of Science (Advanced - Hons Class 1, University Medal), (University of Sydney) Sydney, Australia

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Dr Chuan Zhao

Dr Chuan Zhao

Graduate of Northwest University (Ph.D., 2002), Postdoctoral Fellow, Carl von Ossietzky Universität Oldenburg (2002-2006), Research Fellow, Monash University (2006-2010), Professor, The Chinese Academy of Sciences, One Hund

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Associate Professor George Allen Shinkle

Associate Professor George Allen Shinkle

George Shinkle is a Senior Lecturer in the School of Strategy and Entrepreneurship at the Australian School of Business.

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'Ordinary Writings': lower-class writing practices in the transition to mass literacy in Europe, 1800-1918

'Ordinary Writings': lower-class writing practices in the transition to mass literacy in Europe, 1800-1918

Historians have too easily assumed that the lives of poor and illiterate can never be directly known because they have left few written traces. This path-breaking project will demonstrate the contrary, in analysing a wide range of 'Ordinary Writings' -...
Ms Emily Waller

Ms Emily Waller

Emily Waller is a doctoral researcher in the School of Social Sciences, University of New South Wales (UNSW, Sydney, Australia).

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