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Mr Guy Allinson

Mr Guy Allinson

Guy Allinson is a a Senior Lecturer specialising in Oil & Gas Economics in the School of Petroleum Engineering, UNSW.  He has been a discipline leader in the economics of carbon dioxide capture and storage (CCS) with the Cooperative Research C

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Neurobiological causes of overeating in a rodent model - hedonic versus homeostatic control

Neurobiological causes of overeating in a rodent model - hedonic versus homeostatic control

Unlimited access to palatable high fat foods, in conjunction with a sedentary life style, has led to increased obesity. Exactly what mechanisms drive over consumption of energy rich foods and override mechanisms that normally regulate body weight? This...
Professor Greg J Whitwell

Professor Greg J Whitwell

Greg Whitwell is Deputy Dean, Programs and Students, in the Australian School of Business.

Mrs Susan Danta

Mrs Susan Danta

Masters of Digital Media (Australian Film, Television and Radio School 2007); Postgraduate Diploma in Film and Television: Animation (Victorian College of the Arts, University of Melbourne 2000); Bachelor of Communication (University of Western Sy

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Associate Professor Leong Koon Chan

Associate Professor Leong Koon Chan

Associate Professor Leong Chan teaches in the School of Design Studies, and is the Director of Postgraduate Research at the Faculty of the College of Fine Arts.

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Dr Saliha Belmessous

Dr Saliha Belmessous

I am a senior research fellow in the Department of History. I currently hold an Australian Research Council Future Fellowship.

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Smartphone Technology as a Platform for Mobility Assessment of the Elderly

Smartphone Technology as a Platform for Mobility Assessment of the Elderly

The aim of this research is to develop a smartphone-based platform to evaluate self-administered assessments of mobility in the elderly in particular, the assessment of falls risk via the implementation of a “guided” falls risk assessment known as the ...
Dr Sumiko Iida

Dr Sumiko Iida

Born in Kyoto, Japan.  BEd Osaka University of Education, MA in Linguistics, Graduate Diploma in HIgher Education, PhD in Linguistics, UNSW.

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Mr Gary Ian Sangster

Mr Gary Ian Sangster

Currently a lecturer at the College of Fine Arts, University of NSW, Gary Sangster has international experience as an art educator, curator, writer, and museum director in Australia, New Zealand, Europe, and the USA.

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Professor Richard Bryan Lock

Professor Richard Bryan Lock

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Professor Hazel Bateman

Professor Hazel Bateman

Hazel has research interests in the areas of public and private provision for retirement.

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Dr Ziv Hameiri

Dr Ziv Hameiri

Ziv Hameiri received his Bachelors of Science in Electrical and Computer Engineering from Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Israel in 2005 (Graduated Summa Cum Laude).

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Dr Sam Adie

Dr Sam Adie

Research Interests: Clinical research in outcomes after orthopaedic surgery.

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Associate Professor John D'Ambra

Associate Professor John D'Ambra

John D'Ambra is an Associate Professor in the School of Information Systems, Technology and Management at the University of New South Wales.

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Dr Andreas Reinhardt

Dr Andreas Reinhardt

Andreas Reinhardt is a Vice-Chancellor’s Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the networks research laboratory of the University of New South Wales in Sydney, Australia.

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Associate Professor David Warton

Associate Professor David Warton

David Warton is an ecological statistician in the School of Mathematics and Statistics and the Evolution & Ecology Research Centre.  He leads the Eco-Stats group, which has attracted over $1M in ARC research funding and several awards.  His cr

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Dr Bryoni Alison Trezise

Dr Bryoni Alison Trezise

My current research interests are in contemporary and postdramatic theatre practices, as well as in practices and processes of cultural memory.

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Professor Sean Li

Professor Sean Li

Professional Experience

  • Professor and ARC Future Fellow 2011-
  • Associate Professor, School of Materials Science & Engineering, UNSW 2009-2011
  • Senior Lecturer, School of Materials Science & Engineering, UNSW, 2007-2009
  • Lecturer, School of Materials Science & Engineering, UNSW 2004-2007
  • Assistant Professor, Nanyang Technological University (Singapore), 1998-2004
  • Adjunct Fellow, Institute of Environmental Science and Engineering (Singapore), 2002-2004

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