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Dr John Triantafilis

Dr John Triantafilis

Dr John Triantafilis is addressing problems of special significance in the field of soil and hydrological investigation and interpretation at the field, district and sub-catchment level.  At the present time he is working on developing methods and

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Dr Sarah Zhang

Dr Sarah Zhang

Dr. Zhang is a Senior Lecturer in School of Engineering and Information Technology in the University of New South Wales at the Australian Defence Force Academy (UNSW@ADFA).

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Professor Adrian Payne

Professor Adrian Payne

 Adrian Payne is Professor of Marketing at the University of New South Wales. He is a frequent keynote speaker at public and in-company seminars and conferences around the world.

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Dr Frank Thomas Formby

Dr Frank Thomas Formby

Frank Formby is a Senior Conjoint Lecturer at the School of Public Health and Community Medicine.  He is also undertaking a PhD in Quality Improvement in Palliative Care and researching a novel way of evaluating clinical services using a market-li

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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)

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Level 1: I investigate dynamic fracturing of rock.

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Mrs Megan Jane Bedford

Mrs Megan Jane Bedford

Megan Bedford is a Research Associate in the Social Policy Research Centre.

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Mr John Rosary Niven

Mr John Rosary Niven

Professional and Teaching Experience

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Dr Hossein Masoumi

Dr Hossein Masoumi

Hossein Masoumi graduated from Tehran University, Iran with Bachelor of Science degree in Mining Engineering in 2007 and completed the level of Master of Mining Engi

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Associate Professor Grace Elizabeth Karskens

Associate Professor Grace Elizabeth Karskens

Grace Karskens teaches history in the School of Humanities and Languages at the University of New South Wales. Her research areas include Australian colonial history, urban history, cross-cultural history and urban environmental history.

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Professor Larry Michael Dwyer

Professor Larry Michael Dwyer

Larry Dwyer publishes widely in the areas of tourism economics, management and policy, with 200 publications in international journals, government reports, books, book chapters, and monographs.

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Professor Kate Hilda Moore

Professor Kate Hilda Moore

Qualifications:
MB BS Syd, MD Liv, FRCOG, FRANZCOG, CU

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Vipul Patel

Vipul Patel

Research Associate in the School of Civil and Environmental Engineering
Dr Samantha Fung

Dr Samantha Fung

The primary pathophysiology of schizophrenia is poorly understood, however inhibitory cortical interneurons are vital to maintaining a healthy balance of excitatory signaling, and their dysfunction is strongly linked to the disease.

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Dr Vaughan Dai Rees

Dr Vaughan Dai Rees

Dr Vaughan Dai Rees is the Associate Dean - International, in the Faculty of Art & Design.  He is a practicing artist and, an art and design educator.  His research focuses on Visual Autobiography as both an artistic outcome and as a research

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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 Kath Albury

Dr Kath Albury

Kath’s research draws on media studies and cultural studies methodologies to focus on gender, sexuality, sexual ethics and sexual learning.

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Associate Professor Glenda Lee Lawrence

Associate Professor Glenda Lee Lawrence

Research Interests:
1. Applied epidemiological research and analysis of routinely collected surveillance data for evaluation of immunisation programs.

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Dr Hamish Graham

Dr Hamish Graham

I am a History lecturer in the School of Humanities & Languages, specialising in Europe during the Early Modern period (c. 1500-1800) and the nineteenth century.

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Dr Robert Wittenmyer

Dr Robert Wittenmyer

Dr Rob Wittenmyer is a Senior Lecturer in the School of Physics at UNSW.  His research interests focus on the detection and characterisation of extrasolar planets.

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