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Approved Multi tier economic hierarchies: existence, structure, and optimal incentives

Project Title

2006 : $48,000

2007 : $26,000

2008 : $36,000

Primary RFCD 3401 ECONOMIC THEORY

Administering Institution The University of New South Wales

Project Summary

There exists a considerable gap between real world economic organizations and the economic theory of the firm. This project

provides formal theories of multi tier hierarchies, thereby contributing to fill the gap. The project is expected to produce

highest quality research publishable in top tier journals. This will, among others, enhance Australia's standing as a

knowledge nation. Additional benefit comes from international collaboration with high calibre theorists such as the two

partner investigators. The project would provide opportunities for communication between Australian economists and the

partner investigators, as well as a launch pad for further collaboration in the future.

DP0666600 Prof EW Coiera; A/Prof JI Westbrook

Approved An knowledge based approach to multi document text summarisation for automated meta analysis

Project Title of the scientific literature

2006 : $118,000

2007 : $108,000

2008 : $110,000

Primary RFCD 2802 ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE AND SIGNAL AND IMAGE PROCESSING

Administering Institution The University of New South Wales

Project Summary

The biomedical sciences produce literature at an exponential rate, and the size of this knowledge base far exceeds the

capacity of humans to keep up with the growth in new knowledge. This project will develop computational text summarisation

methods to abstract the content of scientific journal articles reporting clinical trials, and develop multi document

summarisation methods to synthesise these abstracts using automated statistical meta analysis methods. These methods

have broad potential to improve text summarisation technologies in general, to profoundly enhance our ability to integrate

published knowledge, and to make a highly significant and specific contribution to improving the quality of evidence used in

health decision making.

DP0664550 Prof MG Cowling; Mr BT Warhurst

Approved Geometry on Nilpotent Groups

Project Title

2006 : $93,000

2007 : $81,000

2008 : $81,000

Primary RFCD 2301 MATHEMATICS

APD Mr BT Warhurst

Administering Institution The University of New South Wales

Project Summary

Nilpotent Lie groups turn up in mechanics, robotics, biology, physical chemistry and electrical engineering, to deal with

real world configurations in which it is not possible to move in all directions. This project will develop the mathematical

foundations of the theory in order to underpin the many and varied applications. Development of the foundations also allows

techniques developed to deal with one application to be transferred to deal with another application. The project will also

raise the profile of Australian Mathematics internationally and train the researchers of the future.

DP0665337 Ms JP Craig

Approved If men did more housework, would women have more babies? Cross national fertility rates and the

Project Title gender division of labour

2006 : $105,176

2007 : $95,000

2008 : $95,000

Primary RFCD 3705 DEMOGRAPHY

APD Ms JP Craig

Administering Institution The University of New South Wales

Project Summary

This project could contribute to the future well being of Australian society and its citizens by addressing the increasingly

pressing social issue of fertility decline, and its consequence, population aging. The Treasury Intergenerational Report

2002 3 has identified structural aging of the population as a major social challenge because it threatens labour supply, social

stability and economic growth. The taxes of a shrinking work force may have to support a mounting number of dependent

elderly. The proposed research could identify practical social interventions to facilitate higher birth rates, which would slow

population aging by increasing the ratio of young people to elderly.

DP0666495 Dr RJ Danneau

Approved Electronics with spin: Investigating spin dependent electrical properties of semiconductor

Project Title nano devices

2006 : $155,000

2007 : $95,000

2008 : $95,000

Primary RFCD 2402 THEORETICAL AND CONDENSED MATTER PHYSICS

APD Dr RJ Danneau

Administering Institution The University of New South Wales

Project Summary

Devices such as the integrated circuit and semiconductor lasers are products of basic research, and form the basis of new

industries that have revolutionised society. Quantum physics was the science of the 20th century and is likely to become a

key technology of the 21st century. This project will keep Australia at the forefront of the search for new and potentially

commercially useful applications of quantum physics. The project will also provide training for Australian students to work in a

cutting edge semiconductor research facility, and involves linkages with leading international laboratories including Massey

University (NZ), the University of Cambridge (UK), and NTT Basic Research Labs (Japan).

DP0667106 Dr S Dokos; A/Prof NH Lovell

Approved Computational Reconstruction of Cardiac Pacemaker Activation and Atrial Propagation

Project Title

2006 : $100,000

2007 : $80,000

2008 : $80,000

Primary RFCD 2915 BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING

Administering Institution The University of New South Wales

Project Summary

This study seeks to develop accurate computer models of electrical activity in pacemaker and atrial cells of the heart, in order

to understand how the heartbeat originates and propagates across the atria during normal and abnormal rhythms. In

Australia, atrial fibrillation represents the most common form of chronic cardiac arrhythmia encountered in clinical practice, as

well as being a major risk factor in stroke. Accurate computer modelling of normal and abnormal heart rhythms will provide

greater insights into the development of antiarrythmic drugs as well as advancing knowledge of key electrical phenomena in

the heart.

DP0664990 Prof J Donald

Approved The impact of Josephine Baker and Paul Robeson on European modernism and cultural life

Project Title

2006 : $51,000

2007 : $20,000

2008 : $40,000

Primary RFCD 4203 CULTURAL STUDIES

Administering Institution The University of New South Wales

Project Summary

The story of how the Black American entertainers Josephine Baker and Paul Robeson became stars in Jazz Age Europe is

the stuff of legend. Lionised by artists and intellectuals and idolised by popular audiences, they embodied the spirit of the

age. As an allegory for those times, their story reveals a secret history of cultural intermixing at the heart of European

modernism. It also holds up a mirror to our times. By demonstrating the cosmopolitanism and ingenuity of popular culture,

the research will simultaneously discomfort multicultural and anti racist assumptions and deflate the myth of a pure or

unchanging cultural identity.

DP0662833 Prof PM Doran

Approved Engineering of cartilage based biomaterials under dynamic culture conditions

Project Title

2006 : $100,000

2007 : $80,000

2008 : $80,000

Primary RFCD 2906 CHEMICAL ENGINEERING

Administering Institution The University of New South Wales

Project Summary

This work contributes to the development of advanced technologies in the area of biomaterials. The cartilage biomaterials

generated in this work will lead to new medical applications in tissue reconstruction and replacement, which is of direct

benefit to society by improving the methods used to treat joint disease and injury. As there is a significant commercial market

for tissue engineered cartilage products, this research also has implications for enhancing the scope and profitability of the

Australian biotechnology industry. The project will be a vehicle for research training in a broad range of interdisciplinary

areas. Students involved in the work will be equipped with a versatile and valuable combination of skills.

DP0665124 Dr J Du

Approved Algebras with Frobenius morphisms and quantum groups

Project Title

2006 : $78,000

2007 : $65,000

2008 : $67,000

Primary RFCD 2301 MATHEMATICS

Administering Institution The University of New South Wales

Project Summary

In this digitalized world, our life relies on mathematics more than ever. Counting and numbers are just one example of this.

Another is the public key codes for online payments and transactions. Mathematics is of enormous importance in this

technology dominated age. This proposal is to carry out high level mathematical research in Australia. Basic research on

quantum groups underpins applied research and certain areas such as quantum mechanics and string theory. Some

structure of quantum groups is too complicated to be seen by even a professional mathematician. A possible interpretation by

using representations over a finite field would make it more usable and accessible by computer.

DP0666448 Prof PR Eggert; Prof EA Webby

Approved The transition from print to electronic textuality in the scholarly editing of Australian literature:

Project Title practice and theory

2006 : $111,211

2007 : $94,000

2008 : $129,000

Primary RFCD 4202 LITERATURE STUDIES

Administering Institution The University of New South Wales

Project Summary

Scholarly editions of Henry Lawson's While the Billy Boils and colonial poet Charles Harpur's Complete Poems will afford

access to authenticated texts of classic works of Australian literature. The editions complete the Academy Editions of

Australian Literature series, a long term project of the Australian Academy of the Humanities. The analysis of versions will

allow a newly informed study of the works. The Academy Editions series makes a staged transition to electronic delivery with

these editions. The new methodology will lay the groundwork for future projects, and the text authentication method may

have further application. The State Library of New South Wales website will make fruits of the scholarship available to a wider

public.

DP0665062 Prof M Eisenbruch; Prof MN Humphrey; Prof A Galla; Prof B Kapferer

Approved Cultural competence in supporting Cambodians recovering from conflict

Project Title

2006 : $60,000

2007 : $60,000

2008 : $35,000

Primary RFCD 3703 ANTHROPOLOGY

Administering Institution The University of New South Wales

Project Summary

This project will (1) reduce the impact of conflict for the next generation, a key to a healthy start to life and ageing well (2)

guide interventions in regional settings (3) inform guidelines for refugee programs in Australia (4) highlight culture as

redressing weakened traditional support structures of survivors of war in Australia and the region, supporting the

Government's welfare reform and participation agendas (5) equip Australia to understand insecurities of globalisation and

what survivors of war can be driven to do   unless their culture is used as an asset rather than a source of terror (6) enhance

Australia's capacity to engage with its cultural environment (7) enhance capacity for AusAID to interpret itself to the rest of the

world.

DP0667075 A/Prof MH England; Dr A Müller

Approved Abrupt Southern Hemisphere Climate Change: The Role Of The Southern Ocean Thermohaline

Project Title Circulation

2006 : $85,000

2007 : $90,000

2008 : $95,000

Primary RFCD 2606 ATMOSPHERIC SCIENCES

Administering Institution The University of New South Wales

Project Summary

Australia's climate is extreme, with harsh droughts, severe bushfire seasons, climate change, soil loss, and salinity all posing

potentially enormous socio economic challenges over the next ten fifty years. Research into climate change and climate

variability is thus highly significant for Australia, and will underpin efforts to protect our biodiversity and ensure the nation's

environmental sustainability. We propose to launch a major new study of the stability of the Southern Ocean's thermohaline

circulation and its role in global climate. This work could have significant long term benefits for those sectors of society

sensitive to shifts in climate; including agriculture, energy, freshwater supply, health, and tourism.

DP0664970 Dr Y Fan; Dr SA Sisson

Approved Trans dimensional and Approximate Bayesian Computation

Project Title

2006 : $69,657

2007 : $25,000

2008 : $25,000

Primary RFCD 2302 STATISTICS

Administering Institution The University of New South Wales

Project Summary

Many applied scientists in Australia, particularly those in the biological, medical and environmental sciences are now

interested in incorporating Bayesian statistical methodologies into their research.

The development of more generic and efficient Bayesian statistical methods will not only benefit applied statisticians but also

the more occasional users of statistics in other disciplinary areas. The success of this project will enhance Australia's

reputation as a strong contributor to the development of Bayesian methodologies. Two PhD students will also be provided

training in computational Bayesian statistics.

DP0665945 Dr AC Ferguson; Prof SL Taylor

Approved Corporate Governance and the Market for Audit Services

Project Title

2006 : $60,000

2007 : $55,000

2008 : $42,000

Primary RFCD 3501 ACCOUNTING, AUDITING AND ACCOUNTABILITY

Administering Institution The University of New South Wales

Project Summary

Corporate governance is essential for the development of efficient and transparent capital markets, which in turn are critical

to economic growth and development. The alleged role of auditors in recent corporate collapses brings into focus the

question of how auditing contributes to effective corporate governance. More broadly, the way in which the market for audit

services functions is critical, especially given the increasingly concentrated nature of this market. This project will provide

evidence on whether auditors have a broader contribution than merely 'checking' the financial statements, as well as the

extent to which the market for audit services may have become less competitive as the number of large audit firms has

declined.

DP0666351 Prof DG Fiebig; Mr EJ Cripps

Approved Bayesian choice modelling

Project Title

2006 : $95,000

2007 : $80,000

2008 : $85,000

Primary RFCD 3404 ECONOMETRICS

APD Mr EJ Cripps

Administering Institution The University of New South Wales

Project Summary

Discrete choice models are important as they provide tools to help understand choice processes of decision makers. It

remains a challenge to specify models with covariance structures flexible enough to capture complex patterns of

cross substitution between choices while being able to capture heterogeneity present in individual behaviour. We will develop

a Bayesian approach to choice modelling that uses covariance selection to overcome these problems. This will train

researchers and raise the profile of Australia in an active research area that is important in the social sciences; substantive

applications will be in health economics, but developments will also be relevant to cognate areas of biostatistics,

epidemiology, and ecology.

DP0663811 Prof NR Foster

Approved Development of a Novel Process for the Formation of Polymer Vesicles

Project Title

2006 : $130,000

2007 : $90,000

2008 : $90,000

Primary RFCD 2906 CHEMICAL ENGINEERING

Administering Institution The University of New South Wales

Project Summary

The project would provide an increased understanding of polymer structures, polymer drug interactions and dense gas

processing of polymers. The novel process developed would be beneficial on a manufacturing level since it dramatically

reduces processing time and minimises energy requirements. The research to be conducted is leading edge technology that

will attract business from international polymer, drug and biotechnology companies. The development of world class research

provides Australia with recognition as a world leader in the field and strengthens and broadens the knowledge base of

Australian scientists and engineers.

DP0665514 Prof NR Foster; Dr F Dehghani

Approved Carbon Dioxide: Solvent, Carrier and Reagent, for novel polymer networks with controlled

Project Title nano architectures

2006 : $100,000

2007 : $80,000

2008 : $80,000

Primary RFCD 3205 PHARMACOLOGY AND PHARMACEUTICAL SCIENCES

Administering Institution The University of New South Wales

Project Summary

The proposed environmentally friendly technology has broad applications for improving properties of various polymeric

matrices used for biomedical applications. The process developed would value add for manufacturing biomedical polymeric

devices in Australia with licensing of existing fabrication methods as a best option. Moreover, the leading edge polymer

technology developed would minimise the organic solvent consumption and will attract business from international polymer

and biotechnology companies for production of implant and drug delivery devices. The development of world class research

provides Australia with recognition as a world leader in the field and broadens the knowledge based of Australian scientist

and engineers.

DP0664017 Dr J Franklin; Dr CW Legg

Approved Restraint: Recovering the Virtue of Self Control or Temperance to Strengthen the Australian Social

Project Title Fabric

2006 : $31,000

2007 : $55,000

2008 : $60,000

Primary RFCD 4401 PHILOSOPHY

Administering Institution The University of New South Wales

Project Summary

The work will provide a focus and an information resource for discussion of policies for educational campaigns on drugs,

sexual behaviour and general life skills in normal communities, and of intervention policies in distressed communities afflicted

by high levels of violence and addiction. The work will provide a complement and unification to the excessively narrow though

partially correct medical, legal, sociological and political discourses that occupy the field in discussions of what to do about

dangerous and unhealthy behaviour, and deliver more control and responsibility, where appropriate, back to the actors who

must have primary care of the problem, those who will or will not act badly.

DP0666941 A/Prof SL Gai; Dr AJ Neely; Dr RR Boyce; A/Prof AF Houwing; Dr SB O'Byrne; Dr HH Kleine

Approved Physics of Base Flows of Planetary Entry Configurations

Project Title

2006 : $130,000

2007 : $110,000

2008 : $110,000

Primary RFCD 2902 AEROSPACE ENGINEERING

Administering Institution The University of New South Wales

Project Summary

Continued investment by Australia in the AHI will help to maintain Australia's leading role in the exciting fields of space

research and hypersonics and to encourage future international collaboration. The research will use the unique existing

experimental infrastructure (largely ARC funded) for space related research, which will enable Australia to make a valuable

contribution to the design of future planetary missions. The project will provide a stimulating, exciting and supportive

environment for the training of postgraduate and postdoctoral personnel as well as students at the undergraduate level. It will

help to motivate young Australians to pursue their interest in science and engineering.

DP0663077 Dr KP Gelber

Approved Securing Freedom. Political Speech in Australia.

Project Title

2006 : $25,000

2007 : $20,000

2008 : $30,000

Primary RFCD 3601 POLITICAL SCIENCE

Administering Institution The University of New South Wales

Project Summary

This project will strengthen Australians' ability to secure their own freedom through enhancing and maintaining a stronger

civic culture. Political speech is vital to the health of Australian democracy. By considering political speech in practice, this

project will show the wide extent of political freedoms and thus democratic practice in Australia today. It will also outline some

areas where the freedom may be at risk. In an era where political freedoms can be perceived to be at risk due to the need to

ensure national security, this project will harmonise and reconcile national security needs with the democratic values of

Australian society.

DP0663153 Dr B Goldys; Prof Dr MG Roeckner

Approved Large Time Behavior of Solutions to Stochastic Partial Differential Equations

Project Title

2006 : $93,000

2007 : $83,000

2008 : $85,000

Primary RFCD 2301 MATHEMATICS

Administering Institution The University of New South Wales

Project Summary

We will study equilibria of complex systems described by stochastic partial differential equations. The rates of convergence to

equilibrium will be obtained for the equations driven by Gaussian and general Levy noises under physically relevant

assumptions. The benefits of this project to the nation include enhancing its scientific standing in the international community,

the training of Australian researchers in forefront methods of mathematical analysis of complex systems and development of

close ties with the world leaders in this area of research. The project will advance our understanding of complex systems

arising in Phyiscs, Engineering, Social and Life Sciences, hence fits into the Priority Goal: Breakthrough Science.

DP0665422 Prof RM Graham

Approved Allosteric regulation, molecular structure and function of transglutaminase 2

Project Title

2006 : $70,000

2007 : $60,000

2008 : $60,000

Primary RFCD 2501 PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY (INCL. STRUCTURAL)

Administering Institution The University of New South Wales

Project Summary

With Australia's ageing population, we can expect to see increasing prevalence of pathologies such as cancer, Alzheimer's

disease, and cataracts. The ubiquitous enzyme transglutaminase 2 (TG2) has been implicated in all of these age related

diseases, as well as in chronic disorders such as coeliac disease and diabetes, and may contribute in a positive way to

wound healing. Understanding how TG2 is activated and inactivated, and how it selects its targets, will be a critical addition

to current knowledge of this enzyme, and will be an essential prerequisite for the development of TG2 targetted drugs and

other TG2 related therapies.

DP0666646 Prof GW Greenleaf; Dr PA Roth; Dr LA Bygrave

Approved Creating more consistent privacy principles through better interpretation and law reform: an

Project Title Australasian initiative to resolve an international problem

2006 : $107,000

2007 : $82,000

2008 : $102,000

Primary RFCD 3901 LAW

Administering Institution The University of New South Wales

Project Summary

More consistent information privacy principles at the core of Australia's privacy laws, and more consistency in interpretation,

will result in greater efficiency for business and government, and better protection of human rights and consumer interests. In

the health sector, consistency of privacy laws will facilitate better health through the development of national online health

infrastructure. Australasian privacy scholarship will obtain enhanced international recognition through a pioneering study of

the comparative use of privacy case law for cross national interpretation. 'Model IPPs' will aid the harmonisation of global

privacy laws.

DP0665884 Dr RA Hall

Approved Understanding Low Intensity Conflict

Project Title

2006 : $178,000

2007 : $150,000

2008 : $116,000

2009 : $128,000

2010 : $128,000

Primary RFCD 4301 HISTORICAL STUDIES

QEII Dr RA Hall

Administering Institution The University of New South Wales

Project Summary

Since 1945, Low Intensity Conflict (LIC) has become the dominant form of warfare. Conventional armies have a poor record

of success in fighting LIC. This project uses the records of the Australian Army's operations in the Vietnam War to better

understand it's operational performance there and to unearth insights into the conduct of LIC. The project has the potential to

reduce casualties, both military and civilian, and assist the Army in selecting new war fighting technologies, designing training

and developing doctrine for future LIC. The project will raise Australia's profile in theorising about this troubling but

increasingly common form of warfare.

DP0663963 Dr BK Hayes; Dr E Heit

Approved The development of causal induction

Project Title

2006 : $60,000

2007 : $60,000

2008 : $60,000

2009 : $60,000

Primary RFCD 3801 PSYCHOLOGY

Administering Institution The University of New South Wales

Project Summary

An ability to reason inductively is an essential prerequisite for effective learning and decision making. Inductive thinking is

also closely related to creativity and innovation. By acquiring a better understanding of how such reasoning develops we will

contribute to the enhancement of techniques that help children to learn and refine inductive reasoning skills, and will provide

a foundation for the development of programs to assist children who have particular problems in inductive reasoning and

generalisation (i.e. those with autism or an intellectual disability).

DP0665482 A/Prof BI Henry; Dr SL Wearne

Approved Mathematical measurement and modelling of neuronal degeneration

Project Title

2006 : $103,000

2007 : $93,000

2008 : $95,000

Primary RFCD 2301 MATHEMATICS

Administering Institution The University of New South Wales

Project Summary

Currently about 150,000 Australian's suffer from cognitive impairment due to Alzheimer's disease or dementia and this

number is expected to double over the next few decades. By combining newly developed mathematical methods in complex

systems with sophisticated neural imaging we will develop new techniques to advance the diagnosis and treatment of

cognitive decline in normal ageing and neurodegenerative disease.

This project will also maintain the collaborative link between researchers in Biomathematics at Mount Sinai School of

Medicine, New York and researchers in Applied Mathematics at UNSW that enables training of Australian scientists in the

vital area of mathematical bio complexity.

DP0663182 Dr JD Henry; Dr S McDonald

Approved Towards a model of emotional control: Assessment of patients with focal cortical injuries.

Project Title

2006 : $70,000

2007 : $60,000

2008 : $65,000

Primary RFCD 3801 PSYCHOLOGY

Administering Institution The University of New South Wales

Project Summary

This project will produce vital information about a potential mechanism that may underlie the observed association between

frontal brain damage and deficits in emotional control. The proposed research will therefore have significant clinical and

theoretical implications; it will enable better prediction of emotional dysregulation following brain injury, generation of more

accurate models of emotional regulation, as well as informing the provision and delivery of evidence based treatments for

emotional dysregulation. It will also contribute to our understanding of emotional functioning in other disorders characterized

by frontal dysfunction, such as schizophrenia, depression and traumatic brain injury.

DP0667062 Prof DB Hibbert

Approved Multivariate approaches to matching spectra for environmental and forensic purposes

Project Title

2006 : $94,000

2007 : $84,000

2008 : $89,000

Primary RFCD 2504 ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY

Administering Institution The University of New South Wales

Project Summary

Apart from an increased understanding of these commonly used analytical methods, and their extension to current problems,

the outcome of the project will be programs that can be used by the Environmental Protection Agency to give the probability

that an oil spill comes from an alleged source. This evidence may be laid before a court, and is more objective than present

methods. The identification of illegal drugs will also be made possible, including information about the country or region of

origin, and the place and processes used to refine the drug.

DP0666798 A/Prof RJ Hill; Dr HJ Bateman

Approved The Theory and Measurement of Stock Market Indices

Project Title

2006 : $75,000

2007 : $65,000

2008 : $70,000

Primary RFCD 3402 APPLIED ECONOMICS

Administering Institution The University of New South Wales

Project Summary

This project should promote an innovation culture in Australia by designing new benchmark indices for evaluating the

performance of fund managers (and other uses), thus encouraging the allocation of funds to their most productive uses. It will

produce a better measure of asset price inflation than any currently in existence which will be of use to the Reserve Bank in

the setting of monetary policy. This project will also enhance the reputation of Australian universities as centres of

cutting edge academic research, provide a thesis topic for a PhD student, and help build links between the academic and

private sectors.

DP0667209 A/Prof RJ Hill

Approved House Prices in Australia: A Hedonic Analysis

Project Title

2006 : $80,000

2007 : $60,000

2008 : $68,000

Primary RFCD 3402 APPLIED ECONOMICS

Administering Institution The University of New South Wales

Project Summary

House prices are an important input to monetary policy since they impact directly on inflation and may be a source of

speculative bubbles. The Governor of the Reserve Bank, however, recently described housing as the ``weakest link in all the

price data.'' This project will attempt to resolve this problem. The resulting indexes should be of considerable interest to the

Reserve Bank, the media, home owners, the real estate industry, and enhance the reputation of Australian universities. They

will also quantify the extent of the burden imposed on young people by rising house prices, and its consequent strain on

society.

DP0664791 A/Prof SK JHA; Dr CT Chou; Dr A Misra; Prof CJ Sreenan



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