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Approved Efficient Distribution of Content in Multi Rate Multi channel Wireless Mesh Networks

Project Title

2006 : $93,000

2007 : $83,000

2008 : $85,000

Primary RFCD 2917 COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGIES

Administering Institution The University of New South Wales

Project Summary

The current wireless broadband access is one of the fastest growing markets in communications area. A study by market

research firms such as BWCS (England) and SFC (US) estimates the US market itself to be over $3.7 billion by year 2009.

The current Wireless Mesh Network has limited capability to support for a multitude of current, emerging and future services .

The mechanisms developed in this project will allow service providers to raise additional revenue and differentiate

themselves by offering a wide range of enhanced services. Our research will help efficient sharing of network resources

(such as bandwidth) between multiple users of multimedia communications using broadcasting and multicasting protocols.

DP0665146 Dr P Jones; Prof MR Pusey

Approved Political Communication and Media Regulation in Australia

Project Title

2006 : $85,000

2007 : $45,000

2008 : $45,000

Primary RFCD 3602 POLICY AND ADMINISTRATION

Administering Institution The University of New South Wales

Project Summary

This research joins the study of the Australian media with a new body of international research on political communication. It

shows how the Australian experience with the electronic and print media compares with that of other comparable countries. It

gives evidence on what standards and expectations Australians apply to the media in the communication of political

information. The research indicates what new regulatory principles will be needed to bring media regulation in Australia to

international best standards. It will inform applications of the High Court of Australia's discovery of a new freedom of political

communication.

DP0666970 Dr M Jormakka

Approved Structural determination of respiratory membrane protein complexes by X ray crystallography

Project Title

2006 : $182,000

2007 : $100,000

2008 : $100,000

Primary RFCD 2501 PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY (INCL. STRUCTURAL)

APD Dr M Jormakka

Administering Institution The University of New South Wales

Project Summary

Membrane proteins form only 0.3% of the available protein structures in the protein data bank (PDB), yet 30% of the proteins

in the human genome and 50% of human drug targets are membrane proteins. We have managed to increase the success

rate through rational screening and development of new crystallization screens, with downstream implications for basic and

medical research. Results from this proposal will receive international recognition and will encourage more research in this

field, attracting international funding, and create new research opportunities.

DP0663378 Prof LM Khachigian

Approved PKC zeta dependent Sp1 Phosphorylation: Regulatory Insights using Novel Phospho Specific Sp1

Project Title Antibodies and Peptide Decoys

2006 : $94,000

2007 : $90,000

2008 : $90,000

Primary RFCD 2701 BIOCHEMISTRY AND CELL BIOLOGY

Administering Institution The University of New South Wales

Project Summary

This project will demonstrate the value of novel phospho specific Sp1 antibodies and phospho Sp1 peptide decoys as new

molecular tools to provide invaluable insights into the regulatory roles of phosphorylated Sp1 in the control of gene

expression, an area poorly defined at the present time. These agents will be used to increase our fundamental understanding

of Sp1 activity by identifying physiologic agonists of the PKC zeta phospho Sp1 axis and FasL dependent apoptosis,

interactions of phospho Sp1 with the authentic FasL promoter and its recruitment of collaborative factors. The commercial

exploitation of phospho specific Sp1 antibodies and phospho Sp1 peptide decoys will generate economic returns to Australia.

DP0667260 A/Prof N Khalili; Em/Prof S Valliappan; Prof BL Loret; Dr AR Russell

Approved Determination of unsaturated soil properties using cone penetrometer data

Project Title

2006 : $90,000

2007 : $80,000

2008 : $80,000

Primary RFCD 2908 CIVIL ENGINEERING

Administering Institution The University of New South Wales

Project Summary

Unsaturated soils account for almost 40 percent of earth's land surface. Over 70 percent of Australia's land surface consists

of unsaturated soils. The research proposed aims at providing a methodology for a realistic characterisation of unsaturated

soils in the field. The developments in this research will be immediately applicable to many engineering problems of national

interest including dams, embankments, foundations, highways and airfields. The work will also benefit Australia and the

Australian research community through the development of a new expertise within Australia, which is likely to receive wide

spread attention in both scientific and engineering communities.

DP0663639 Dr VC Kirby

Approved The Life of Language and the Language of Life: reconsidering the division between the sciences

Project Title and the humanities

2006 : $45,000

2007 : $20,000

2008 : $55,000

Primary RFCD 4203 CULTURAL STUDIES

Administering Institution The University of New South Wales

Project Summary

This innovative theoretical approach will enable a close analysis of the common foundational concepts that connect the

empirical and interpretive sciences. It will:

i) contribute to the knowledge base of the sociology and philosophy of science and social theory so that Australia is a leading

expert in this field of inquiry.

ii) further the unique contribution of Australian 'feminisms of the body' to the ethical and political questions that surround the

foundations of biological life.

iii) initiate different styles of dialogue between social and scientific researchers that will encourage more informed debate

about the direction of Australian technological innovation.

DP0667069 Prof RJ Kohn; Dr DJ Nott

Approved Efficient Estimation of Statistical Models with Many Parameters.

Project Title

2006 : $110,000

2007 : $100,000

2008 : $106,000

Primary RFCD 2302 STATISTICS

Administering Institution The University of New South Wales

Project Summary

Statistical models are used extensively in business, engineering and the sciences to describe the behavior of systems

subject to uncertainty. There are often many unknowns in such models and relatively little data to estimate them. The object

of the research is to develop methods that make these statistical models practical to use. The research team will apply the

methodology to solve problems in economics, finance, marketing and the analysis of gene expression data. The project will

also train doctoral and postdoctoral students and enhance Australia's reputation for research excellence in the Statistical and

Mathematical Sciences.

DP0666812 A/Prof CY Kwok; Prof PL Chu

Approved MEMS Based Chip to Chip Optical Interconnect for Future Generation of Systems In a Package

Project Title

2006 : $128,000

2007 : $116,000

2008 : $89,000

2009 : $83,000

2010 : $135,000

Primary RFCD 2909 ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING

Administering Institution The University of New South Wales

Project Summary

The project will bring Australian technical known how into the forefront of the information and communication technology

revolution. The technology developed in this project will enable computers to operate at very high speeds. More information

can be communicated than ever before. This has significant impact on Australian society where speed of information is

increasingly important. The technical knowledge of how to make computers operate faster has great commercial value and

would be very much sought after. Hence, its impact on the national economy.

DP0666991 Prof RN Lamb; Dr NH Tran

Approved Thin Films of Oxide Ceramics

Project Title

2006 : $91,000

2007 : $95,000

2008 : $102,000

Primary RFCD 2501 PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY (INCL. STRUCTURAL)

Administering Institution The University of New South Wales

Project Summary

Aluminium oxide films are used extensively in the Australian industries of Protective & Decorative Coatings (examples

include door knobs and cutting tools). The industry will be offered a remarkably simple process for preparation of high quality

films. In the microelectronic industry, the uses of aluminium oxide films as a dielectric alternative to silicon dioxide has just

started to emerge world   wide and this new process would make a dramatic impact with commercial benefits for Australia.

DP0665539 Dr SS Li; Dr D Yu; Dr WT Klooster

Approved Development of Advanced Diluted Magnetic Semiconductors for Spin Transistors

Project Title

2006 : $76,000

2007 : $55,000

2008 : $55,000

Primary RFCD 2918 INTERDISCIPLINARY ENGINEERING

Administering Institution The University of New South Wales

Project Summary

Recent advances in diluted magnetic semiconductors hold the promise of surmounting the fundamental limits of silicon

technology by exploiting the spin degree of freedom in semiconductors to realize spin transistors with enhanced functionality,

higher speeds and integration densities, and lower power consumption in future. Current transistors are electronic circuits

that make up most semiconductors, an international market worth US$200bn in 2003 and this market will grow to

US$1000bn per year in next 12 years. In 8 years time, the spin transistor will be on par with electronics. Therefore, success

of this program will facilitate the development of spintronic materials and technologies, which have enormous international

market, in Australia.

DP0666412 Dr SS Li; Dr TM Silver; Dr D Yu

Approved Separating Subtle Interplay between Competing/Cooperating Superconductivity and Magnetism in

Project Title YBa2Cu3O7 x with Nanotechnology

2006 : $80,000

2007 : $40,000

2008 : $40,000

Primary RFCD 2918 INTERDISCIPLINARY ENGINEERING

Administering Institution The University of New South Wales

Project Summary

Superconducting cables can carry 100 to 200 times more electric current than conventional cables. The innovations in this

program could enable the widespread commercialization of more efficient types of power generation, transmission, and

electrical equipment and devices, offering tremendous energy savings and emissions reductions. It is estimated that ~A$400

million per year can be saved if high Tc superconducting wires and cables were to replace conventional metallic conductors.

The success of this program will greatly increase scientific understanding of hig Tc superconductivity and expand Australia's

knowledge in the research on high Tc superconductors. The training will also provide scientific talents to the country.

DP0666428 A/Prof X Lin; Prof X Zhou; A/Prof JX Yu

Approved Computing Order Statistcs over Data Streams

Project Title

2006 : $131,000

2007 : $89,000

2008 : $95,000

Primary RFCD 2801 INFORMATION SYSTEMS

Administering Institution The University of New South Wales

Project Summary

While data stream computation currently is one of the most challenging areas in IT research community, order statistics

computation is a very important topic in data stream computation.

This project aims to deliver advanced techniques that promise a great impact on data stream technology. The success of

this project will give another competitive edge for Australia to continue her leading role in the development of core IT

technology. Moreover, the research outcome of the project will provide generic solutions to many Australia based

industries, including e finance, telecommunication, network management, sensor network technology

development, and environment monitoring.

DP0666147 Dr DJ Marshall

Approved Does mate choice play a role in the fertilization ecology of free spawners?

Project Title

2006 : $135,000

2007 : $110,000

2008 : $110,000

Primary RFCD 2707 ECOLOGY AND EVOLUTION

APD Dr DJ Marshall

Administering Institution The University of New South Wales

Project Summary

Botanists have long recognised the consequences of differential compatibility between mates for breeding programs and

agriculture. In important aquaculture species such as abalone and sea urchins, similar variation in mate compatibility has

been observed but current theory struggles to explain this variation and its consequences. I have identified a new explanation

for this variation and will test this explanation using a marine invertebrate that is a model system for study around the world.

A positive result offers promise of explaining how females 'select' mates in free spawning species and explaining the

consequence of this mate selection.

DP0664031 Dr DP Miller

Approved The Eureka! Myth: Discourses of Discovery and Invention in Modern Societies

Project Title

2006 : $57,295

2007 : $40,000

2008 : $40,000

Primary RFCD 3706 HISTORY AND PHILOSOPHY OF SCIENCE AND MEDICINE

Administering Institution The University of New South Wales

Project Summary

The advances in understanding made through this project will assist in reinterpreting the value of different institutional forms

of provision for scientific work, will illuminate the process of commercialisation of research, and will help in assessing many

unspoken assumptions behind intellectual property and patent law.

DP0663342 Dr H Morita

Approved Human capital acquisition, technological improvement and product market competition: theory and

Project Title evidence

2006 : $80,000

2007 : $40,000

2008 : $40,000

Primary RFCD 3402 APPLIED ECONOMICS

Administering Institution The University of New South Wales

Project Summary

Japan has achieved its economic growth at a remarkable pace in the postwar period, and has become one of Australia's

most important trade partners. This project is expected to benefit the Australian business community and governmental

institutions by offering systematic investigations, both theoretically and empirically, on the recent transition taking place in the

Japanese economy from previously unexplored perspectives by capturing interconnections among employment/labour

market practices, product market competition, and government business relationships. It is envisaged that Australian

industries and government could gain useful information from this project for effective formulation of their international trade

strategies and policies.

DP0664117 Dr S Nooshabadi; Prof MM Lee

Approved Reliable Truly Deep Sub micron VLSI Computational Systems

Project Title

2006 : $138,000

2007 : $128,000

2008 : $130,000

Primary RFCD 2909 ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING

Administering Institution The University of New South Wales

Project Summary

The phenomenal growth of the digital integrated circuits is founded on the fundamental assumption of reliable operation of

logic gates on silicon chip. In the Deep Sub Micron domain this fundamental assumption can no longer be guaranteed. This

project, in association with with Dongshin University, Korea with strong links to the semiconductor industry, will develop

design techniques for the reliable computational hardware, in the presence of unreliable circuit fabric. This significant

research, with potential for generation of IP, will raise the profile of Australian research in integrated circuits design in the

global community and will result in significant publicity for the research team and, through them, for Australian industry.

DP0663998 Prof O Ostrovski; Dr G Zhang

Approved Low temperature carbothermal reduction of alumina

Project Title

2006 : $115,000

2007 : $90,000

2008 : $90,000

Primary RFCD 2913 METALLURGY

Administering Institution The University of New South Wales

Project Summary

Australia is the world's largest producer of alumina and bauxite; and the aluminium industry is our second largest commodity

exporter. This project targets the development of fundamentals of an advanced technology for aluminium production with

advantages of low energy consumption, low production costs and being more environment friendly. This frontier technology

will enhance the competitiveness of the Australian aluminium industry and contribute to making an environmentally

sustainable Australia. The project will also provide high quality education to final year undergraduate students. The project

will contribute to the theory of metallurgical processes, particularly to the gas solid reactions in the reduction and carburisation

processes.

DP0666618 Prof G Paxinos; Prof CR Watson; Prof L Puelles

Approved Rhombomeric Topography of Structures in the Adult Mouse: Evidence from Avian Homologies and

Project Title Transgenic Mice

2006 : $67,000

2007 : $54,000

Primary RFCD 3207 NEUROSCIENCES

Administering Institution The University of New South Wales

Project Summary

The brainstem of birds has been shown to be formed by a line of segments, like carriages of a train. The same arrangement

exists in the embryos of mammals, but is hidden in the adult mammalian brain. We will transfer our detailed knowledge of

bird brains to make a maps of the brainstem segments in adult mice. We will then test this map with special gene markers

which will reveal the occult segmental pattern in adult mice. This work will give us a new way of understanding the

organisation of brainstem centres that control breathing, cardiovascular functions and emotional states.

DP0664956 Prof IR Petersen; Prof MR James

Approved Robust Feedback Control in Quantum Technology

Project Title

2006 : $155,000

2007 : $152,000

2008 : $150,000

2009 : $105,000

2010 : $105,000

Primary RFCD 2301 MATHEMATICS

Administering Institution The University of New South Wales

Project Summary

Australia has considerable strengths in quantum technology research. As these technologies advance, the issue of control

and in particular feedback control becomes a critical one. This research project will strengthen Australia's position in quantum

technology by developing new methodologies for designing high performance robust feedback controllers for quantum

systems. The project will also add to Australia's strength in quantum technology by contributing to the research training of

young researchers with expertise both in control systems engineering and quantum technology. This project will help

Australia reap the maximum possible benefit from the new industries to emerge from the field of quantum technology.

DP0667074 Dr MR Pickering; A/Prof MR Frater; Prof JF Arnold

Approved Object based Video Compression for Delay Insensitive Services

Project Title

2006 : $98,000

2007 : $91,000

2008 : $93,000

Primary RFCD 2917 COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGIES

Administering Institution The University of New South Wales

Project Summary

Digital television is now big business worldwide. Techniques that can lead to improved compression of audiovisual services

will always be of interest both to international standards bodies and to industry. The development of more efficient

transmission techniques for audiovisual services will be of considerable benefit to all regions of Australia and in particular to

remote regions. It can be expected that the development of this technology will significantly improve service quality in these

areas without the need for upgrading the existing telecommunications infrastructure. This will allow, for example, pay and

free to air operators to provide additional services within their current bandwidth limitations.

DP0665991 Dr RG Prior

Approved The Myths of 1940

Project Title

2006 : $30,690

2007 : $30,806

Primary RFCD 4301 HISTORICAL STUDIES

Administering Institution The University of New South Wales

Project Summary

This study will investigate Britain in 1940, but many issues faced by that country then   the relationship between the political,

military and intelligence leadership, public opinion and its influence on policy, political leadership and its influence on public

opinion, war planning and fighting   remain as relevant to Australia today as they were to Britain during the Second World

War. The role of the military in a democracy and the benefits of military experience to political leaders are issues still much

discussed today.

DP0667039 A/Prof MF Rahman

Approved A Segmented Interior Permanent Magnet Synchronous Motor for Wide Field Weakening Range and

Project Title its Sensorless Control using Improved Flux Estimators

2006 : $65,000

2007 : $66,000

2008 : $67,000

Primary RFCD 2909 ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING

Administering Institution The University of New South Wales

Project Summary

Australia has the world's second largest reserve (after China) of high energy density permanent magnet

(neodymium iron boron) material for the IPM motor. The present limitation of the machine to be driven sensorless over a

wide speed range with field weakening is believed to be holding back its widespread use in applications other than servo type

which requires high resolution mechanical sensors. Extension of the motor speed range by a combination of magnetic

system design (for large field weakening range), and sensorless position and flux estimation with sufficient accuracy for fast

dynamic control should lead to large scale adoption of this motor, and hence to significant improvement in energy efficiency

and market share for Australia.

DP0664518 Dr R Ramer; Dr R Mansour

Approved Radio Frequency Microelectromechanical Systems for Wireless Communications

Project Title

2006 : $113,000

2007 : $103,000

2008 : $120,000

Primary RFCD 2917 COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGIES

Administering Institution The University of New South Wales

Project Summary

Current and future Wireless appliances require increased functionality, frequency of operation, and component integration

along with reduced manufacturing costs, size, weight, and power consumption. Micro electro mechanical systems for radio

frequency with versatility to integrate both electronic (2 D) and microelectro mechanical (3 D) devices represent the

technology that can offer wide operational bandwidths, on chip passive components, negligible interconnections, almost ideal

switches and resonators, in a planar fabrication process, compatible with existing integrated circuits and monolithic

microwave integrated circuits. The outcomes of this project will be of significant benefit to the Australian Telecommunication

industry.

DP0667136 Adj/Prof JA Reizes; Prof E Leonardi; A/Prof F Stella; A/Prof CY Kwok

Approved The Enhancement of Heat Transfer in Micro Chips by MEMS actuator: Parametric Study

Project Title

2006 : $180,000

2007 : $160,000

2008 : $180,000

Primary RFCD 2918 INTERDISCIPLINARY ENGINEERING

Administering Institution The University of New South Wales

Project Summary

This challenging project has the potential of introducing a new technology for cooling micro devices. Since the computer

industry is sensitive to innovation it is necessary to develop the theoretical and practical skill for manufacturing the cooling

devices. This will help Australian industry to greatly enhance its capabilities in this very important area of economy. The

present project is a rare combination of multi disciplinary studies and will result in a better understanding of the complex

thermal and fluid flow phenomena in micro channels, and the design and fabrication techniques for the next generation of

micro chips.

DP0666953 A/Prof R Richardson

Approved The Effects of Early Experiences: A Developmental Analysis of Learning and Memory

Project Title

2006 : $85,000

2007 : $80,000

2008 : $85,000

Primary RFCD 3801 PSYCHOLOGY

Administering Institution The University of New South Wales

Project Summary

The aim of this project is to increase our understanding of fear and anxiety. Anxiety disorders, which are characterised by the

inability to appropriately regulate fear, are among the most prevalent psychological disturbances in industrialized countries,

with between 10 30% of the population suffering from one at some point in their life. Because of this, there has been a

long standing interest in the experimental study of learned fear. The present project takes a developmental approach

because many theories of anxiety disorders emphasise the role of early experience. From this perspective, it is imperative

that we have an understanding of developmental differences in the processes involved in the emotion of fear.

DP0663422 Dr K Salmon; Dr M Pipe

Approved Knowing in advance: Effective strategies for preparing young children for novel experiences

Project Title

2006 : $65,000

2007 : $50,000

2008 : $60,000

Primary RFCD 3801 PSYCHOLOGY

Administering Institution The University of New South Wales

Project Summary

To optimise cognitive and emotional development, it is critical to identify the influences on children's lives. How parent child

conversations about the past shape development is well understood, but scant research has examined how adult child

preparatory discussions influence children's experience and memory of future events. Our research addresses this gap. It

has important implications in medical, educational, and other contexts in which it is vital to ensure that information given in

advance increases children's understanding of an experience. More generally, in specifying optimal parent child interactions,

the findings are also relevant to interventions aiming to enhance psychological and emotional resilience in the early years.

DP0667261 Dr EA Scheer

Approved Nineteenth Century Precursors Of New Media Art. On Time and Performance in Early Experiments

Project Title in Art and Science.

2006 : $35,000

2007 : $20,000

2008 : $20,000

Primary RFCD 4103 CINEMA, ELECTRONIC ARTS AND MULTIMEDIA

Administering Institution The University of New South Wales

Project Summary

The research outcomes will enhance the profile of new media arts and performance studies in Australia by providing a model

for other research in emergent and cross disciplinary artforms. This project addresses the relative absence of scholarship on

the meaning and significance of time and performance in the history of media art. It will attempt to clarify and provide a model

of analysis for debates surrounding the nature of time based art. It will provide a basis for understanding both the temporal

and performative nature of new media art and the place of media in live performance.

DP0664652 Dr A Sharma; Dr B Sivakumar; A/Prof JE Ball

Approved Stochastic rainfall generation for design flow estimation

Project Title

2006 : $90,000

2007 : $65,000

2008 : $65,000

Primary RFCD 2605 HYDROLOGY

Administering Institution The University of New South Wales

Project Summary

Floods cause one third of all natural disasters worldwide, more than half the fatalities and one third the economic loss.

Accurate design flood estimation can help alleviate this impact. The estimation procedure currently used assumes that a

given rainfall leads to a corresponding design flood, negating the influence variations in pre existing soil moisture conditions

may have. An alternative that overcomes the above limitation is to use stochastically generated rainfall series to simulate

flows from which the design flood can be estimated. This study aims to develop a generic framework for stochastic

generation of rainfall for design flood estimation in Australia.

DP0663090 Prof M Sherris; Dr J Van Der Hoek

Approved Innovations in Enterprise Risk Management: Risk Aggregation, Dependence, and Efficiency

Project Title

2006 : $110,000

2007 : $75,000

2008 : $75,000

Primary RFCD 3402 APPLIED ECONOMICS

Administering Institution The University of New South Wales

Project Summary

Enterprise risk management is of critical importance to the successful management of business corporations. The savings

from the integrated measurement and management of risk at the enterprise level allowing for diversification in business

activities is massive. The Australian insurance and actuarial science profession is highly regarded internationally. Innovative

contributions to the rapidly developing area of enterprise risk management will benefit Australia by maintaining its high profile

at an international level in this newly emerging area. This will lead to increased demand at an international level for Australian

graduate students and international research students wishing to study at Australian universities in these disciplines.

DP0666372 Prof MY Simmons; Dr G Scappucci; Asst Prof F Rosei

Approved Fundamental conduction mechanisms in atomic scale silicon devices

Project Title

2006 : $320,000

2007 : $300,000

2008 : $270,000

Primary RFCD 2402 THEORETICAL AND CONDENSED MATTER PHYSICS

Administering Institution The University of New South Wales

Project Summary

This proposal will ensure that Australia remains at the forefront of worldwide research into atomic scale electronics. It links

leading nanotechnologists from Canada and Italy to a dynamic and growing Australian team, which already has strong

collaborations with researchers in the UK, the US, Japan, and Taiwan. In the long run, Australia stands to benefit indirectly

from the research as it is a significant user of semiconductors across all major industries. More importantly, by anticipating

the problems that electronic device manufacturers will face over their long term horizons, the proposed research also seeks

to provide Australia with a chance to lift its involvement in the multi trillion dollar global semiconductor industry.

DP0665275 Prof CC Sorrell; Prof A Fujishima; Prof J Nowotny; Dr T Bak

Approved P Type Titanium Dioxide for Hydrogen Generation from Water using Solar Energy

Project Title

2006 : $150,000

2007 : $100,000

2008 : $100,000

Primary RFCD 2911 ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING

Administering Institution The University of New South Wales

Project Summary

This project aims to develop a completely new processing technology for photo sensitive oxide materials based on titanium

dioxide for the conversion of renewable energy (solar energy) into chemical energy (hydrogen) or electrical energy

(photovoltaic). When commercialised, the resultant technology will allow Australia to achieve the following: a) reduction in air

pollution, b) reduction in greenhouse gas emissions, c) reduction in reliance on foreign energy sources, d) development of a

range of ancillary technologies and infrastructure, and e) export of solar energy in the form of solar hydrogen. This project

addresses National Priorities #1 and #3.

DP0666441 Dr B Spehar; Dr Z Kourtzi



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