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Associate Professor Susan Best

Associate Professor Susan Best

Dr Best has expertise in critical theory and modern and contemporary art, with a particular emphasis on conceptual art, women's art and Latin American art.  She teaches courses on: Theories of the Image; Abstraction; Psychoanalysis and Art; Art, G

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Dr Michael Hooper

Dr Michael Hooper

My current DECRA (an ARC-funded Research Fellowship) investigates music composed in the 1960s and early 1970s, and my focus is on composers such as Richard Meale, Nigel Butterley, Peter Sculthorpe, Don Banks, Barry Conyngham, Ross Edwards, and Dav

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Dr Peter John Ross

Dr Peter John Ross

My principal area of research, together with James Levy, is a comparative study of investment in human development in Argentina and Australia between 1890 and 1960.

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Professor Joe Wolfe

Professor Joe Wolfe

Our lab researches the acoustics of the voice, the ear and musical instruments.

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Professor Paul Eggert

Professor Paul Eggert

Paul Eggert is an editorial theorist, scholarly editor and book historian within the broad field of English literature. He is employed as an Australian Research Council professorial fellow at UNSW Canberra.

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Dr Philippe Christian Guy Adam

Dr Philippe Christian Guy Adam

Philippe's research spans the fields of sociology, psychology, and health promotion. He has led studies in Australia, Europe and Asia on sexuality and health among young people, gay men, and injecting drugs users.

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Dr Saskia De Klerk

Dr Saskia De Klerk

Dr Saskia Deklerk is an academic with the School of Business, UNSW Canberra.

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Dr Heikki Antero Ossian Ikaheimo

Dr Heikki Antero Ossian Ikaheimo

Heikki Ikäheimo has a PhD from University of Jyväskylä in Finland (2003). While working on his PhD, he spent a semester in University of Muenster, and after finishing his PhD three and a half years as visiting scholar in University of Frankfurt.

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Dr Elise Lucie Payzan

Dr Elise Lucie Payzan

Elise Payzan-Le Nestour joined the Australian School of Business in September 2010. Elise has also been appointed a Visiting Associate in Economics at the California Institute of Technology from this date.

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Ms Kim Russell

Ms Kim Russell

Kim is the  Administrative Assistant (Postgraduate) and provides support for Postgraduate programs in the School of Mining Engineering.

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Dr Jeff Coulton

Dr Jeff Coulton

Jeff Coulton is a Senior Lecturer in the Australian School of Business at the University of New South Wales. Before joining UNSW, Jeff was a lecturer in the School of Accounting at UTS and prior to that at the University of Sydney.

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Dr Matthew John Bragg

Dr Matthew John Bragg

Broad Research Areas:
Clinical Research, Evidence Based Medicine, Gerontology - Geriatrics, Infectious Diseases, Community Medicine

Qualifications:
BMed

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Associate Professor Nicole Kessissoglou

Associate Professor Nicole Kessissoglou

Associate Professor Nicole Kessissoglou is from the School of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering. Her research interests include:

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Dr Mihai Ciobotaru

Dr Mihai Ciobotaru

Mihai Ciobotaru (S'04-M'08) was born in Galati, Romania. He received his B.Sc. and M.Sc. degrees both in Electrical Engineering from University of Galati, Romania in 2002 and 2003 respectively.

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Dr Wendy Katherine Jarvie

Dr Wendy Katherine Jarvie

Dr Wendy Jarvie is a Visiting Fellow at the School of Business, UNSW Canberra.

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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.
Dr Dane Chalkley

Dr Dane Chalkley

Qualifications: MBBS BSc. (Hons) FCEM FACEM

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Dr Christine Janice Logan

Dr Christine Janice Logan

Dr Christine Logan is a Senior Lecturer in the School of History and Philosophy.

Research interests
: Piano, two-piano and chamber music performance and scholarship.  

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