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C00002329

Dr N Saintilan Mr R Williams

2000: $21,080.00

2001: $21,080.00

2002: $21,080.00

Administering Institution: Australian Catholic University

Title: The conribution of saltmarshes to temperate estuarine fisheries

Summary:

Saltmarshes on the east coast of Australia are a diminishing resource, with significant losses occuring to development and mangrove incursion in recent decades. The question posed by this research program concerns the contribution made by saltmarshes to estuarine fisheries. Tidal outwelling from saltmarshes during spring tides may contribute foraminifera,microinvertebrates, larvae, algae and detrital material not contributed by mangroves during lesser tides, which could play an important role in the recruitment of fish and prawns into tidal creeks and the diet of resident and itinerant fish and prawn species. The contribution of saltmarshes in this process has never been quantified, and resrarch is needed as a matter of priority to assess the conservation significance of saltmarsh.

Number of Australian Postdoctoral Fellowship Award(s) Industry (APDI):

Number of Australian Postgraduate Award(s) Industry places (APAI): 1

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C00002581

Dr MM Gagnon Dr ME Platell

2000: $30,000.00

2001: $22,000.00

2002:

Administering Institution: Curtin University of Technology

Title: Health assessment of the Swan-Canning River system as measured via biochemical markers of exposure in fish

Summary:

This research will combine biomarkers of exposure in fish with comprehensive chemical assessments in order to develop an innovative and cost-effective approach to water management and environmental protection in Western Australia. This research will identify appropriate biochemical tools and fish species for environmental monitoring, management and protection f an important fish nursery area on which depends several commercial fisheries and recreation industries. It will provide new knowledge on the varying bioavailability of contaminant with changing water conditions of the Swan-Canning River. This research will link, for the first time, comprehensive chemical data with biological responses as measured under field conditions.

Number of Australian Postdoctoral Fellowship Award(s) Industry (APDI):

Number of Australian Postgraduate Award(s) Industry places (APAI):

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C00002276

Dr BJ Robson Dr TD Fletcher

2000: $21,080.00

2001: $21,080.00

2002: $21,080.00

Administering Institution: Deakin University

Title: How Does Streamside Vegetation Management Affect Ecosystem Health in Rivers?

Summary:

Australia's rivers have suffered greatly from land clearance, and increasingly the community is seeking to repair this damage and rehabilitate streams and their adjacent vegetation, but without guidelines to optimize replanting strategies for maximum effects on river health. This project will determine the effectiveness of revegetation strategies and estimate the time required for significant improvements, by determining how vegetation distribution affects invertebrates and ecosystems within rivers. It will identify the impact on rivers at a landscape-scale, enabling rehabilitation to be targeted more efficiently, maximizing improvements in river health and contributing to ecologically sustainable development.

Number of Australian Postdoctoral Fellowship Award(s) Industry (APDI):

Number of Australian Postgraduate Award(s) Industry places (APAI): 1

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C00002084

Dr D Blair Prof H Marsh

2000: $21,080.00

2001: $21,080.00

2002: $21,080.00

Administering Institution: James Cook University

Title: Genetic structure of Australian dugong populations: a tool for management planning

Summary:

Dugongs are endangered throughout most of their range. The largest remaining populations are along the coasts of northern Australia where, in at least some areas, numbers are declining. There is dispute at present concerning the best way to manage these populations, and uncertainty on the extent of connectivity among them. A population-genetic approach is the best way to obtain data of this type. We will build on an earlier preliminary study and use both mitochondrial and nuclear genetic markers to infer patterns of gene flow in this species. This will provide vital information for management planning.

Number of Australian Postdoctoral Fellowship Award(s) Industry (APDI):

Number of Australian Postgraduate Award(s) Industry places (APAI): 1

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C00002085

Dr AC Taylor Dr NA Robinson Dr IM Mansergh Prof PD Temple-Smith Dr C Marks

2000: $62,261.00

2001: $26,076.00

2002: $26,076.00

Administering Institution: Monash University

Title: Monitoring the abundance of cryptic threatened species by microsatellite DNA analysis of faecal pellets

Summary:

One of the greatest challenges in endangered animal species management is estimating abundance. We will develop methods for DNA profiling from faecal pellets as a means of identifying the number of individuals represented in a faecal pellet sample collected in the field. This will be done first in a common species for which samples are easily collected, and abundance can be independently estimated. We will then investigate the utility of our methods in estimating abundance of endangered animals, as well as feral pets which contribute to their endangerment. These tools will significantly enhance endangered species management.

Number of Australian Postdoctoral Fellowship Award(s) Industry (APDI):

Number of Australian Postgraduate Award(s) Industry places (APAI): 1

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C00002256

Dr DJ O'Dowd Prof PS Lake

2000: $120,000.00

2001: $90,000.00

2002: $90,000.00

Administering Institution: Monash University

Title: Ecosystem disruption by a single alien species: research to underpin invasive species management on Christmas Island, I ndian Ocean

Summary:

The invasion of rainforest on Christmas Island by the alien ant Anoplolepis gracilipes threatens its ecosystem integrity. This research determines the population stability and rate of spread of Anoplolepis, and quantifies its impacts on ecosystem structure and process, and native species of special conservation value. Our studies address key issues in invasion biology, including the effects of deletion of a "keystone" species by an invader on rain- forest structure and function, and the role of mutualism in the propagation of invasions. Results will provide a sound basis for the management of Anoplolepis on Christmas Island and a model for scientific management of incipient invasions elsewhere.

Number of Australian Postdoctoral Fellowship Award(s) Industry (APDI):

Number of Australian Postgraduate Award(s) Industry places (APAI): 1

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C00002121

Dr JS Keogh

2000: $21,080.00

2001: $21,080.00

2002: $21,080.00

Administering Institution: The Australian National University

Title: Conservation genetics and ecology of the vulnerable Rosenberg's goanna in NSW and the ACT

Summary:

The isolated NSW populations of Rosenberg's goanna (Varanus rosenbergi) are listed as Vulnerable on the NSW Threatened Species Conservation Act of 1995. In this multi-disciplinary PhD project, cutting-edge molecular genetic research will reveal if or by how much NSW and ACT populations differ from other populations and identify appropriate conservation management units. Extensive radio-telemetry based fieldwork will reveal habitat requirements, home range, diet, and nest-site selection. A synthesis of these independent studies will be used to devise an informed Recovery Plan. This detailed research will serve as a model for other such studies of rare and endangered wildlife.

Number of Australian Postdoctoral Fellowship Award(s) Industry (APDI):

Number of Australian Postgraduate Award(s) Industry places (APAI): 1

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C00002449

Dr PJ Clarke Dr DA Keith

2000: $21,080.00

2001: $21,080.00

2002: $21,080.00

Administering Institution: The University of New England

Title: Plant population dynamics in eucalypt forest understories exposed to varying disturbance regimes.

Summary:

Eucalypt forests of northern NSW are thought to be threatened by loss of biological diversity because of historical management practices of burning and cattle grazing. These practices may cause a loss of diversity in forest understories, which provide essential habitats for animals. There is, however, a dearth of scientific literature on the causal links between disturbance regimes and loss of diversity in warm temperate eucalypt forests. This project aims to provide knowledge on plant population dynamics of forest understorey species. This will provide a basis for development of management guidelines for biodiversity conservation, forest rehabilitation and ecologically sustainable production.

Number of Australian Postdoctoral Fellowship Award(s) Industry (APDI):

Number of Australian Postgraduate Award(s) Industry places (APAI): 1

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C00001948

Dr DB Croft

2000: $30,000.00

2001: $24,000.00

2002:

Administering Institution: The University of New South Wales

Title: Strategic management of artificial watering points for biodiversity and nature-based tourism in the arid rangelands

Summary:

This project addresses the key issue for ecologically sustainable managment of the arid rangelands; namely that the proliferation of artificial watering points for pastoralism sustain overabundant kangaroo and gramnivorous bird populations, and canid pests. Thus they inhibit recovery from past high grazing intensity by stock and reduce natural biodiversity. The project assesses such impacts in Sturt National Park through closure of some artificial earthen dams and the monitoring of change against reference dams that will be maintained. We will devise a strategy of water management that balances natural heritage values with wildlife-based tourism in protected areas, and sustainable agriculture elsewhere.

Number of Australian Postdoctoral Fellowship Award(s) Industry (APDI):

Number of Australian Postgraduate Award(s) Industry places (APAI):

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C00002616

Dr DF Hochuli Dr G Cassis Dr L Wilkie

2000: $21,080.00

2001: $21,080.00

2002: $21,080.00

Administering Institution: The University of Sydney

Title: Biodiversity in Australia's biggest backyard: Urban bushland remnants in Sydney Basin

Summary:

Remnants of bushland in the Sydney Basin have become increasingly fragmented through human land use since 1978, resulting in massive changes to the ecological integrity of these habitats. The aim of this project is to indentify key factors influencing the distribution and abundance of terrestrial arthropods, key indicators of land use and degradation, in bushland remnants around Sydney. This project will assess the patterns of species diversity in fragments and identify key species and functional groups in these habitats and their responses to urbanisation. An ivertebrate database for remnants will be developed to assist those restoring habitats select indicator taxa.

Number of Australian Postdoctoral Fellowship Award(s) Industry (APDI):

Number of Australian Postgraduate Award(s) Industry places (APAI): 1

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C00002411

Prof JT Lambers Dr J Eastham Dr DA Jasper Dr EJ Veneklaas

2000: $55,000.00

2001: $40,000.00

2002: $43,000.00

Administering Institution: The University of Western Australia

Title: The ecophysiology of restoration of arid-zone mine sites: a case study in the Great Sandy Desert

Summary:

We aim to investigate key ecophysiological aspects of the functioning of an arid-zone ecosystem, close to a mine site in the Great Sandy desert. Knowledge on the functioning of this fragile ecosystem is pivotal to rehabilitate the Nifty Copper mine site and similar sites in this part of Australia. We will focus on leaf gas exchange and plant water relations and establish sources of water for plants growing on dunes and swales of the parallel dune system as well as strategies to cope with the water-limited environment.

Number of Australian Postdoctoral Fellowship Award(s) Industry (APDI):

Number of Australian Postgraduate Award(s) Industry places (APAI): 1

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C00002550

Dr DP Hamilton Dr CB Pattiaratchi Mr MS Robb

2000: $70,000.00

2001: $50,000.00

2002: $45,000.00

Administering Institution: The University of Western Australia

Title: Salt wedge propagation and biochemical composition in two West Australian estuaries and implications for water quality management using oxygenation

Summary:

Salt wedges are formed in estuaries when water of marine origin propagates beneath buoyant overflows of fresh/brackish water. The resultant vertical density stratification generally results in poor water quality, including depletion of dissolved oxygen at depth and nutrient regeneration from sediments. Turbidity fronts and algal blooms are also common. The aim of this study is to understand salt wedge dynamics in two West Australian estuaries by intensive monitoring of variations in wedge position, nutrients, dissolved oxygen, turbidity and phytoplankton biomass. This information will be used to implement an oxygenation management strategy to ameliorate poor water quality in one of the estuaries.

Number of Australian Postdoctoral Fellowship Award(s) Industry (APDI):

Number of Australian Postgraduate Award(s) Industry places (APAI): 2

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C00002638

Dr P Poot Dr KW Dixon

2000: $49,377.00

2001: $51,192.00

2002: $53,003.00

Administering Institution: The University of Western Australia

Title: Rehabilitation of the criticaly endangered ironstone communities: physiological constraints of being adapted to a highly restricted environment

Summary:

Since the arrival of Europeans 92.5% of the critically endangered ironstone communities on the Southern Swan Coastal Plain have been cleared. Only a small part of the saved areas are still virgin. This project aims at understanding the ecophysiological adaptations that rare and common plants, restricted to this unusual environment, need for successful regeneration; especially in relation to water logging, Fe toxicity, P limitation, and drought. This information is essential for being able to rehabilitate degraded areas and restore areas that are lost to low-productive agriculture, thereby preserving a unique community for future generations.

Number of Australian Postdoctoral Fellowship Award(s) Industry (APDI):1

Number of Australian Postgraduate Award(s) Industry places (APAI):

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C00001874

Dr WA Buttemer Dr DM Priddel

2000: $21,080.00

2001: $21,080.00

2002: $21,080.00

Administering Institution: University of Wollongong

Title: Predicting breeding outcomes of the threatened Gould's Petrel from morphological and physiological evaluation of adults.

Summary:

Intensive conservation efforts have reversed the population decline of Gould's Petrels, a seabird that breeds only at Cabbage Tree island, near Port Stephens. Despite this effort, little is known about the energy cost of breeding and, consequently, how variation in food supply affects breeding and health of the population. We will measure energy expenditure, body condition, and immune function of adults throughout the breeding season and examine these in relation to physical qualities of their offspring. This will provide a means to monitor the breeding potential and health of the population, thus permitting more effective conservation management of this species.

Number of Australian Postdoctoral Fellowship Award(s) Industry (APDI):

Number of Australian Postgraduate Award(s) Industry places (APAI): 1

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2708 BIOTECHNOLOGY

C00002342

Dr JC Wallace Mr GL Francis

2000: $21,080.00

2001: $21,080.00

2002: $21,080.00

Administering Institution: The University of Adelaide

Title: Improved Production of Biopharmaceuticals by Site-Specific Cleavage of Recombinant Fusion Proteins expressed in Escherichia coli

Summary:

For past decade GroPep Pty Ltd has utilised a highly productive, patented expression system in Escherichia coli for producing insulin-like growth factors [IGFs] which have been sold internationally to biomedical researchers and biotechnology companies.To enable GroPep to use this technology for producing novel IGFs required by bone and connective tissue researchers, this project will investigate and develop improved strategies for the site-specific cleavage of the new recombinant fusion proteins for which current procedures are inadequate.We expect this project will achieve successful combinations of mutant alpha-Lytic proteases with appropriate fusion-partner linker peptides for producing these products.

Number of Australian Postdoctoral Fellowship Award(s) Industry (APDI):

Number of Australian Postgraduate Award(s) Industry places (APAI): 1

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C00002392

Prof DT Armstrong Dr MB Nottle

2000: $65,000.00

2001: $65,000.00

2002: $65,000.00

Administering Institution: The University of Adelaide

Title: Development of cloning technology for the production of transgenic pigs

Summary:

Transgenic livestock are currently produced by injecting multiple copies of a transgene into a recently fertilised egg. This method suffers from a number of inherent limitations, the majority of which stem from an inability to control the site at which the transgene becomes inserted. The proposal described in this application represents a major contribution to the development of cloning technology in the pig. This approach should allow genes specifying desirable characteristics to be inserted at specific sites in the genome as well as the capacity to disrupt the function of existing genes which produce undersirable effects.

Number of Australian Postdoctoral Fellowship Award(s) Industry (APDI):

Number of Australian Postgraduate Award(s) Industry places (APAI):

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C00001809

Prof PP Gray Dr NS Sunstrom Dr AJ Mason

2000: $21,080.00

2001: $21,080.00

2002: $21,080.00

Administering Institution: The University of New South Wales

Title: A large-scale transient expression system for rapid protein production in CHO cells

Summary:

Due to the advent of the Human Genome Project, there is an immediate need to quickly identify the products of newly discovered genes. Transient expression systems are used to obtain small amounts of protein to test the function and determine structural information of the gene products. The aim is to improve the yield of transient expression systems in CHO cells by introducing a replicating plasmid in specially engineered CHO cells. Procedures will be developed for large-scale transfections to be performed in large culture vessels. A technology of value to the Australian pharmaceutical industry will result in the development of such an expression system that can be licensed globally.

Number of Australian Postdoctoral Fellowship Award(s) Industry (APDI):

Number of Australian Postgraduate Award(s) Industry places (APAI): 1

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C00001869

Dr RE Nordon Dr PJ Simmons Dr TJ Lockett Dr DA Jans Dr AM Rice Dr RA Ffrench Dr FC Foong Mr IK Smith Prof JB Zeigler

2000: $70,000.00

2001: $55,000.00

2002: $55,000.00

Administering Institution: The University of New South Wales

Title: Development of chimeric proteins for targeted gene delivery

Summary:

The aim of this research program will be to genetically engineer chimeric proteins for the targeted delivery of DNA into human haematopoietic and immune cells. The synthetic gene delivery complex will be composed of novel lipid compounds and protein domains that chaperone DNA into the cell nucleus. The expected outcome of this project will be the development of a generic gene delivery system, which is safer and more versatile than recombinant viral vectors. The potential disease targets for this technology include genetic and acquired blood disorders that do not have satisfactory conventional treatments.

Number of Australian Postdoctoral Fellowship Award(s) Industry (APDI):

Number of Australian Postgraduate Award(s) Industry places (APAI):

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C00002578

Dr SM Mahler Dr CP Marquis Dr FY Yuan Dr AF Geczy

2000: $21,080.00

2001: $21,080.00

2002: $21,080.00

Administering Institution: The University of New South Wales

Title: Development of recombinant human monoclonal antibodies suitable for blood grouping using antibody engineering techniques

Summary:

There are a number of blood group systems, and for a number of them there are monoclonal or polyclonal antibody reagents available for phenotyping. For some blood group systems such as Duffy and Kell, these reagents are prohibitively expensive. For the Kidd antigens, there are not antibodies available. Mixing of incompatible blood through transfusion or pregnancy can lead to severe haemolysis. The aim of the project is to use antibody engineering techniques to produce human monoclonal antibodies for red cell phenotyping, specifically anti-e, and -c, anti-K, anti-Jka, anti-JKb, anti-Fya, anti-Fyb and anti-S antibodies. These antibodies would have widespread use in phenotyping for these antigens.

Number of Australian Postdoctoral Fellowship Award(s) Industry (APDI):

Number of Australian Postgraduate Award(s) Industry places (APAI): 1

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C10027034

Dr RG Birch Prof RD Teasdale Dr IG Polkinghorne

2000: $80,000.00

2001: $87,000.00

2002: $91,000.00

Administering Institution: The University of Queensland

Title: Novel chloroplast transformation method for efficient introduction and expression of foreign genes in commercial agricultural plants.

Summary:

The ability to express introduced genes in plastids (the powerhouses of plant cells) has enormous biotechnological potential, but has never been extended beyond tobacco. We explain this limitation and show how it can be overcome to provide a novel and efficient plastid transformation system for commercial agricultural plants. The project will develop strong collaboration between commercial, government and university partners resulting in: i] Australian ownership of key intellectual property for plant biotechnology ii] Improved control of one of the world's major diseases of sugarcane crops iii] More cost-effective development of sustainable hardwood forestry plantations using biodegradable herbicide resistance in eucalypts

Number of Australian Postdoctoral Fellowship Award(s) Industry (APDI):

Number of Australian Postgraduate Award(s) Industry places (APAI):

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C10027035

Dr AG McEwan Dr LI Sly Dr DW Dew

2000: $60,000.00

2001: $45,000.00

2002: $46,000.00

Administering Institution: The University of Queensland

Title: Microbiology and biochemistry of bioleaching of mineral sulfides at high temperatures

Summary:

This project aims to define the microbiology and biochemistry of the bioleaching of nickel-bearing mineral sulfides at high temperatures (>70degrees C). This information will help QNI Limited to develop and operate an innovative commercially-competitive process technology for the bioleaching of base metal mineral sulfides using thermophilic microorganisms. The research will develop molecular methods for monitoring performance of the process and the stability of the microbial community structure. The project will define the enzymology of sulfur and iron oxidation in Sulfolobus-type archaea and investigate their interaction with the mineral surface in order to understand the ecological relationship between enzyme action and mineral dissolution.

Number of Australian Postdoctoral Fellowship Award(s) Industry (APDI):

Number of Australian Postgraduate Award(s) Industry places (APAI): 1

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C10027038

Dr PR Ebert Dr PB Reilly Dr PJ Collins Mr BW Bridgeman

2000: $50,000.00

2001: $50,000.00

2002: $50,000.00

Administering Institution: The University of Queensland

Title: Genetic and biochemical markers for strategic management of phosphine resistance in stored grain pests

Summary:

Eighty per cent of Australia's grain crop is protected by phosphine fumigant, the most cost-effective, reside-free stored grain treatment. Unfortunately, the continued use of phosphine is threatened by the development of resistance in the most serious pest of stored grain (the Lesser Grain Borer). We propose to develop a rapid assay for resistance and to identify DNA and biochemical markers for each resistance gene. These markers will then be used to determine how resistance evolves and how pest management strategies can be altered to extend the useful life of this valuable fumigant.

Number of Australian Postdoctoral Fellowship Award(s) Industry (APDI):

Number of Australian Postgraduate Award(s) Industry places (APAI):

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C00002430

Dr RP Learmonth Dr A Lentini Dr PJ Rogers

2000: $21,080.00

2001: $21,080.00

2002: $21,080.00

Administering Institution: University of Southern Queensland

Title: Optimising brewing yeast membrane adaptation for improved fermentation performance

Summary:

This project investigates the physiological adaptation of brewer's yeasts to sequential environmental changes during brewing fermentation. The objective is to assist an Australian company in improving strategic basic understanding of its yeast strains and processing technology, to enhance its position in the highly competitive international brewing market. The study will also assess a potential cause of intermittent stuck fermentations that annually cause significant economic losses. Through investigation of membrane adaptation we aim to optimise conditions for improved yeast fermentation performance during brewing.

Number of Australian Postdoctoral Fellowship Award(s) Industry (APDI):

Number of Australian Postgraduate Award(s) Industry places (APAI): 1

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2801 INFORMATION SYSTEMS

C00002286

A/Prof C Zhang Dr Y Yang Dr EY Tsui

2000: $21,080.00

2001: $21,080.00

2002: $21,080.00

Administering Institution: Deakin University

Title: Gathering of Unstructured Information on the Internet by Intelligent Agents for Financial Services Applications

Summary:

The Internet contains a wealth of information of extraordinary proportions. This information is not maintained in any regulated/structured formats hence making it extremely difficult to access and utilise. This project will support a PhD student to investigate technologies on intelligent information gathering from the Internet. Agent-based technologies will be extended to support location, filtering, analysis and integration of information from diversified and unstructured information sources. To enforce a strong application focus for this research, the student will apply the developed techniques on the acquisition of job vacancy data, an application that yields direct benefits for recruitment agencies and government services.

Number of Australian Postdoctoral Fellowship Award(s) Industry (APDI):

Number of Australian Postgraduate Award(s) Industry places (APAI): 1

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C00002344

Dr WM Smith Dr MT Wild Mr PJ Tasker

2000: $21,080.00

2001: $21,080.00

2002: $21,080.00

Administering Institution: Edith Cowan University

Title: Cognitive requirements for Geographical Information Systems (GIS)

Summary:

The full potential of Geographical Information Systems (GIS) is frequently not realised because of persistent usability problems. This project will solve these usability problems by assisting system designers to better identify the perceptual and cognitive requirements for GIS applications. A design framework will be developed which systematically relates a taxonomy of available GIS mapping functions to a taxonomy of spatial decisions for real-world problems. The design framework will be developed and evaluated through the investigation of two domains of considerable importance to the Australian (rural) economy-bushfire emergency management and agribusiness planning.

Number of Australian Postdoctoral Fellowship Award(s) Industry (APDI):

Number of Australian Postgraduate Award(s) Industry places (APAI): 1

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C00002347

Prof JM Burn Dr WE Hutchinson Dr MJ Warren

2000: $21,080.00

2001: $21,080.00

2002: $21,080.00

Administering Institution: Edith Cowan University

Title: An information defence model

Summary:

As all sectors of Australian Government and industry become increasingly dependent on trusted and secure electronic transactions, they also become much more vulnerable to information attacks by criminals, malicious individuals, terrorists, and in some cases, other states. The aim of this project is to provide a generic model for both industry and government organisations, which will determine their exposure to 'information warfare' attacks and strategies to counteract them. This will be followed up with a computerised model for use by organisations for the development of cost-effective strategies and procedures to protect themselves against such attacks.

Number of Australian Postdoctoral Fellowship Award(s) Industry (APDI):

Number of Australian Postgraduate Award(s) Industry places (APAI): 1

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