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Dr Mihai Ciobotaru

Dr Mihai Ciobotaru

Mihai Ciobotaru (S'04-M'08-SM'14) 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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Mr Peter Wildman

Mr Peter Wildman

My curiosity and affliction of finding pretty much everything interesting has lead me into many ponderous manifestations and collaborations that have found themselves in art galleries.

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Dr Mee Ling Munier

Dr Mee Ling Munier

Mee Ling is a Post-doctoral Research Fellow investigating the role of CD4+ T cells in primary vaccination with Vaccinia virus.  She is interested in understanding the differences between the primary CD4+ T cell response to Vaccinia and HIV-1.

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Dr Susan Catherine O'Neill

Dr Susan Catherine O'Neill

  • Sue O'Neill is a lecturer in Special Education in the School of Education.
  • Sue's research interests and activities include:
  • Pre-service Teacher Preparation in Evidenced-Based Classroom and Behaviour Management Practices and

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Measurement of paddock scale pasture biomass using synthetic aperture radar remote sensing (ARC-Linkage)

Measurement of paddock scale pasture biomass using synthetic aperture radar remote sensing (ARC-Linkage)

To maintain the long-term viability of livestock production, producers and land managers need access to regular, timely and accurate estimates of pasture biomass. Radar remote sensing has the capacity to consistently provide this information at the pad...
Dr Phuong Hoang

Dr Phuong Hoang

Dr Phuong Hoang is an Economist/Research Fellow at the Drug Policy Modelling Program (DPMP) at the National Drug and Alcohol Research Centre (NDARC), the University of New South Wales, Australia.

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Federalism for the 21st Century - A Framework for Achieving Reform and Change

Federalism for the 21st Century - A Framework for Achieving Reform and Change

This project is a collaboration between UNSW and the Australian Catholic University. Staff involved in the project are: Associate Professor Andrew Lynch, Professor George Williams, Professor Neil Warren, Mr Paul Kildea (UNSW) and Professor Gregory Crav...
Dr Xiuping Jia

Dr Xiuping Jia

Xiuping Jia received the B.Eng. degree from the Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications, Beijing, China, in 1982 and the Ph.D. degree in electrical engineering from The University of New South Wales, Australia, in 1996.

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Professor Chris Rizos

Professor Chris Rizos

Professor of Geodesy and Navigation in the School of Civil and Environmental Engineering

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Level 1: Investigate how geospatial technology such as GPS and digital mapping is used for science, and by society in gene

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Evaluating communities of practice and social-professional networks: the development, design, testing, refinement, simulation and application of an evaluation framework

Evaluating communities of practice and social-professional networks: the development, design, testing, refinement, simulation and application of an evaluation framework

The purpose of this project is to produce a rigorous evaluation methodology and deliver supporting tools for the benefit of researchers, policymakers, practitioners and consumers within the health system and other sectors.
Associate Professor Stephen Patrick Bonser

Associate Professor Stephen Patrick Bonser

My research focuses on what makes plants good at surviving and flourishing in their environments, and how they adapt to environmental change.  In particular, I explore and identify ecological strategies across variable and complex environments.  E

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Associate Professor Wendy Susan Shaw

Associate Professor Wendy Susan Shaw

Contemporary research field of whiteness in postcolonial Australia and Indigenous geographies; theoretical debates about identity, specifically concerning urbanism and urbanity, gentrification and cosmopolitanism, and the complex realities of (pos

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Dr Lorraine Ellen Jones

Dr Lorraine Ellen Jones

Research Interests:
Outcome after traumatic brain injury phantom pain in amputees Amputee rehabilitation

Broad Research Areas:
Neurotrauma, Pain, Rehabilitation, Orthopaedics

Ms Nicole Denham

Ms Nicole Denham

Nicole joined the Kirby Institute in early 2014, after over 16 years managing research studies in clinical and academic settings.  Prior clinical trial experience includes a multi-centre thoracic aorta traumatic transection device

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Dr David Anthony Bright

Dr David Anthony Bright

Dr David Bright is a Senior Lecturer in Criminology with the School of Social Sciences at the University of New South Wales.  Prior to his current appointment, Dr Bright was Research Fellow at the National Drug and Alcohol Research Centre, where h

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