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To achieve high economical efficiency, modern chemical plants are becoming increasingly complex, to an extent that cannot be effectively managed by existing process modelling and control techniques. By exploring the physical fundamentals in thermodynam...
The project will develop a robust approach to use maximum entropy methods to model likelihood functions for a Bayesian analysis of chemical data. This will allow values and confidence intervals to be obtained from chemical measurements that are better ...
Can technology make communication in complex systems safer and more efficient? Evaluation of an electronic test management system in health care.
Information technology has the potential to make complex systems in industries such as banking and aviation safer, and more reliable and efficient by improving communication between multiple players across different settings. Health care provides an ex...
Prof Anne Burns began her career in TESOL working as an English teacher in France, Kenya and Mauritius, where she lived for five years. In the 1970s, she set up her own primary and junior high school with another colleague in Mauritius.
- ARF, School of Materials Science & Engineering, UNSW 2009-
- Research Engineer, Institute of Materials Research & Engineering, Singapore 2007—2009
- Research Fellow, School of Materials Science & Engineering, NTU, Singapore 2003—2007
- Research Associate, University of Aveiro, Portugal 1996—1998
- Lecturer, University of Science & Technology of China, China 1992—1996