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Approved Segmentation and completion in visual object perception: Behavioural and neural perspective

Project Title

2006 : $73,000

2007 : $62,000

2008 : $56,000

Primary RFCD 3801 PSYCHOLOGY

Administering Institution The University of New South Wales

Project Summary

The problem of perceptual completion and unit formation is among hardest in vision and central to our understanding of how

visual perception works. Using novel approaches this research will provide insights of theoretical significance to the cognitive

and neural bases of perceptual completion. This issue is also relevant to image interpretation in medicine, surveillance and

virtual reality. The research proposed here will enhance international collaboration and strengthen Australia's strong

reputation in vision research and cognitive neuroscience. It also contributes to national research training by offering honours

and PhD students an outstanding research training and international exposure.

DP0667033 Prof PD Steinberg; Prof SL Kjelleberg; Dr JS Webb

Approved Dispersal and colonisation in eukaryotes and prokaryotes

Project Title

2006 : $93,000

2007 : $83,000

2008 : $83,000

Primary RFCD 2707 ECOLOGY AND EVOLUTION

Administering Institution The University of New South Wales

Project Summary

The problem of pest or disease organisms for humanity is fundamentally a problem of unwanted colonisation. For example,

colonisation of the surfaces of human tissues by bacterial biofilms is responsible for up to 70% of bacterial infections;

colonisation of the surfaces of boat hulls by marine organisms costs the marine shipping industry > $5 billion per year. This

proposal will generate fundamental information on the ability of both bacteria and higher organisms to disperse and colonise

surfaces, allowing for the development of novel technologies for the prevention of unwanted colonisation of surfaces.

DP0665910 Prof PL Swan; Prof D Feldman; Dr PJ Westerholm

Approved Fragmentation, globalization and the architecture of stock markets: How should the ASX be

Project Title redesigned to ensure its long term survival?

2006 : $145,000

2007 : $135,000

2008 : $145,000

Primary RFCD 3503 BANKING, FINANCE AND INVESTMENT

Administering Institution The University of New South Wales

Project Summary

The ASX is only at 10% of its potential relative to world best practice in architectural design. Reforms that we investigate,

such as a massive reduction in the minimum tick and greater transparency to reduce asymmetric information, could lift traded

value by several fold and by billions of dollars to efficiency levels achieved by South Korea and reduce trading costs by

hundreds of millions pa. For each dollar of actual trading costs saved there is a further saving of 12 dollars in trades currently

forgone. The ASX can be preserved from the threat of annihilation by a new global exchange and set up common trading

platforms like Euronext in our region. The result will be more successful stocks to replace NewsCorp.

DP0664505 A/Prof GJ Twite; Prof SD Titman; Prof J Fan

Approved An International Comparison of Corporate Financial Policy

Project Title

2006 : $85,000

2007 : $65,000

Primary RFCD 3503 BANKING, FINANCE AND INVESTMENT

Administering Institution The University of New South Wales

Project Summary

Our research contributes to the finance discipline, corporate decision making and public policy. Existing empirical literature

provides managers with insights on the impact of firm characteristics on corporate financial decisions. However, beyond

suggesting that well functioning banks, equity and bond markets are an integral part of corporate financing, no insight is

provided as to the role played by the public policy, legal structures and the suppliers of capital. In a market such as Australia,

where superannuation is a large and increasing part of corporate funding, this is a glaring omission. This study seeks to

examine the impact of public policy, legal and institutional structures on these financial choices.

DP0666231 Dr N Valanoor; Dr H Zheng; Dr J Junquera

Approved Phase transitions in ultra thin epitaxial polar oxide films.

Project Title

2006 : $100,000

2007 : $100,000

2008 : $100,000

2009 : $75,000

2010 : $75,000

Primary RFCD 2914 MATERIALS ENGINEERING

ARF Dr N Valanoor

Administering Institution The University of New South Wales

Project Summary

In this project we will utilize sophisticated thin film fabrication and characterization techniques( such as in situ x ray

diffraction) and the most advanced computational materials science tools. Therefore this project will provide postgraduates

and young researchers to cutting edge research, boosting the enormous potential of Australia in basic materials science. It

brings together early career researchers with complimentary expertise areas to interact with each other. It emphasizes

cross disciplinary research and exchange of research ideas across three continents; thus providing the ideal training ground

for young researchers who are expected to make a major contribution to both, fundamental and applied research in the

future.

DP0667127 Dr Z Vrcelj; Dr G Ranzi

Approved Long Term Behaviour Of Composite Steel Concrete Beams And Its Effect On Composite Dynamic

Project Title Response

2006 : $110,000

2007 : $90,000

2008 : $90,000

Primary RFCD 2908 CIVIL ENGINEERING

Administering Institution The University of New South Wales

Project Summary

Composite steel concrete construction has proven to be a most prolific area of research over the last few decades with

Australian researchers at the forefront in the field internationally. Despite this and the great significance of the problem to the

Australian building industry (in 2000 2001 alone Australia spent 17.5 billion dollars on heavy engineering infrastructure

development), there appears to be no systematic study of time effects, such as creep and shrinkage, on the static and

dynamic response of composite beams. This project will explore these phenomena, both theoretically and experimentally,

leading to development of valuable theoretical models and design aids for practicing engineers.

DP0665826 Prof TS Walter; Dr CA Comerton Forde; A/Prof DR Gallagher

Approved An Examination of the Structure, Performance, Trading Activity and Portfolio Compositions of

Project Title Small Cap Equity Managers

2006 : $100,000

2007 : $60,000

2008 : $70,000

Primary RFCD 3503 BANKING, FINANCE AND INVESTMENT

Administering Institution The University of New South Wales

Project Summary

Australian investment managers currently manage $A904 billion in assets. Given that Australians compulsorily commit 9% of

their salaries this figure is set to rise rapidly. Developing a better understanding of the performance and trading activities of

these managers offers significant benefit to all Australians. The growth in assets under management has forced managers

to invest in alternative assets such as small cap stocks. Small companies have been described as the engine room of

economic growth, promoting employment, national prosperity, and innovation and entrepreneurship. Our research considers

a significant and growing part of Australia's national economy.

DP0663479 Dr J Wang

Approved Modelling the jet characteristics and process performance for abrasive waterjet micro machining

Project Title

2006 : $100,000

2007 : $80,000

2008 : $80,000

Primary RFCD 2903 MANUFACTURING ENGINEERING

Administering Institution The University of New South Wales

Project Summary

This project will develop a new manufacturing science and technology for micro machining using a micro abrasive waterjet.

The new technology will provide an effective means for micro cutting, etching and super finish polishing on various

micro parts, particularly for advanced materials such as ceramics and glasses that are being increasingly used by industry

while other technologies either experience difficulties or result in defects in processing them. This technology will increase the

capacity of the Australian manufacturing industry to exploit new leading technologies and products.

DP0667305 Prof JK Webb; Prof MJ Irwin

Approved A transit search for extrasolar planets

Project Title

2006 : $90,000

2007 : $92,000

2008 : $86,000

Primary RFCD 2401 ASTRONOMICAL SCIENCES

Administering Institution The University of New South Wales

Project Summary

One of the most exciting astronomical research areas to emerge recently is the discovery of planets outside our solar system.

Whether other Earths exist, and whether they possess life, remains unanswered for now, but important technological

advances, including new Australian innovations, move us steadily towards answering potentially the most important scientific

question of all time. Significant progress is possible at relatively low cost. This project will use a dedicated, automated,

ultra precise telescope in NSW to find a large number of extra solar planets eclipsing their host stars. During transit, detailed

observations can reveal fundamental planetary properties, including atmosphericic signatures for life.

DP0663368 Prof MD Willcox; Dr N Kumar; Dr N Cole; A/Prof RS Armstrong

Approved Novel Antimicrobial Biomaterials

Project Title

2006 : $160,000

2007 : $140,000

2008 : $140,000

Primary RFCD 2915 BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING

Administering Institution The University of New South Wales

Project Summary

There is a clear need for new materials that repel bacteria. Infections associated with biomaterials incur a high cost in terms

of human health and well being, but such infections also increase the burden on the health care system by extending hospital

stays and significantly elevating costs. The cost of a catheter related blood stream infection is around $50,000 for patients in

intensive care units. If all medical devices are considered, the cost of related infections is then approximately $20 billion. The

technology proposed here has the potential to reduce biomaterial related infection rates, improve health care and reduce

health care costs.

DP0664572 Prof JA Wolfe; Dr JR Smith; A/Prof GE McPherson; Em/Prof NH Fletcher

Approved Understanding and overcoming technical difficulties in woodwind musical instruments.

Project Title

2006 : $94,000

2007 : $76,000

2008 : $110,000

Primary RFCD 4101 PERFORMING ARTS

Administering Institution The University of New South Wales

Project Summary

A large minority of Australians play musical instruments, and even more enjoy listening. Wind instruments predominate in

school bands. This project will provide knowledge and resources that will improve teaching and playing techniques. It will also

provide understanding and information useful to instrument makers, of which Australia has several. The information will be

made available in both technical and non technical forms via our widely used web site.

The quality of this research, its useful application to practical problems, and the rapid and easy communication to a wide and

very interested subset of the public will enhance Australia's reputation for research and music.

DP0666374 Dr SW Wroe

Approved Australia's mammalian carnivore diversity in space and time

Project Title

2006 : $200,000

2007 : $150,000

2008 : $150,000

2009 : $125,000

2010 : $125,000

Primary RFCD 2601 GEOLOGY

QEII Dr SW Wroe

Administering Institution The University of New South Wales

Project Summary

To more effectively address the current extinction crisis we need to understand past diversity. This research program will

comprehensively investigate the diversity of mammalian carnivores on three continents over geological time. Results will

provide insight into whether the evolution of Australia's mammal carnivores differs fundamentally from those of other

continents, as has often been suggested but not quantitatively demonstrated. Studies focused in the present are important,

but often miss critical factors that can only be clarified through analyses with deep time perspectives. The findings will

translate into an improved understanding of what makes Australia unique and better informed decisions regarding wildlife

management.

DP0665581 A/Prof J Xue; A/Prof J Potter

Approved Analysis and Optimisation of Incomplete Object Oriented Programs

Project Title

2006 : $105,000

2007 : $87,000

2008 : $94,000

Primary RFCD 2803 COMPUTER SOFTWARE

Administering Institution The University of New South Wales

Project Summary

This project will push Australia to the forefront of OO technologies and will increase the profile of advanced programming

language design and implementation research in Australia. The completed framework will

likely be commercially viable as Australia industries such as banks and

insurance companies and government organisations hosting large

OO software systems may benefit (in terms of performance and

code security) from the technology developed as a result of this research. The completed framework will also provide an

excellent platform for researchers in Australia and elsewhere to do research in OO technologies, helping in producing quality

students for the Australian IT industry.

DP0665786 Prof DJ Young; Dr J Zhang; Dr D McGrouther

Approved "Metal dusting" of austenitic alloys: mechanisms and interventions

Project Title

2006 : $140,000

2007 : $120,000

2008 : $145,000

2009 : $145,000

2010 : $145,000

Primary RFCD 2914 MATERIALS ENGINEERING

ARF Dr J Zhang

Administering Institution The University of New South Wales

Project Summary

"Metal dusting" is a catastrophic form of metal corrosion which we do not yet understand. It affects industries important to

Australia: reforming of natural gas and (potentially) ceramic oxide fuel cells. This project aims to understand the process of

austenitic alloy dusting, and thereby design materials to resist this form of attack. This will allow new natural gas processing

industries in Australia to be internationally competitive.

DP0667030 Dr J Yuan

Approved Design of MIMO Spatial Division Multiple Access Techniques for Multi User Wireless Data Services

Project Title

2006 : $88,000

2007 : $78,000

2008 : $80,000

Primary RFCD 2917 COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGIES

Administering Institution The University of New South Wales

Project Summary

The project aims at developing novel wireless techniques to enable a breakthrough in multi user multimedia services in the

ICT industry sector. The Australian research community will benefit from the new theoretical techniques, design and

deployment of next generation wireless systems, while wireless users will benefit from improved quality, high data rates and

low cost of services. Other benefits include training researchers and industrial innovators, generation of valuable intellectual

property and patent outcomes, which may help Australian telecommunication and information industry to become a leader in

wireless ICT based technologies, ensure Australian ICT companies to gain commercial advantages, and contribute to

national economy.

DP0665276 Dr RP Zou; Prof AB Yu

Approved Fundamental Studies of the Packing of Cohesive Particles

Project Title

2006 : $80,000

2007 : $60,000

2008 : $60,000

Primary RFCD 2907 RESOURCES ENGINEERING

Administering Institution The University of New South Wales

Project Summary

Particle/powder technology is of paramount importance to Australia in view of its heavy dependence on the handling and

processing of raw materials. Particle packing is here a most basic operation. This project will examine the underpinning

physics of the packing of cohesive particles and develop novel generic theories and mathematical models for solving packing

problems. Its outcomes can lead to better process or product control, a decrease in energy consumption and an

improvement in productivity in many processes/operations in mineral/material and relevant industries, which, together with

the research training offered, will help strengthen and maintain Australia's leading position in particulate science and

technology.

DP0666661 Prof AB Zwi; Prof D Silove; A/Prof JE Ritchie; Ms A Bunde Birouste

Approved Psychosocial and mental health policy in countries emerging from conflict and natural disaster:

Project Title analysis of policy and program responses

2006 : $140,000

2007 : $120,000

2008 : $130,000

Primary RFCD 3212 PUBLIC HEALTH AND HEALTH SERVICES

Administering Institution The University of New South Wales

Project Summary

International donor involvement in psychosocial and mental health policy and programming in complex emergencies has

been plagued with controversy. With this project, Australian researchers will help build a much needed evidence base for

psychosocial and mental health policy formulation and implementation. It will specifically enhance programming responses in

conflict  and disaster affected countries of the Asia Pacific region, where Australia is devoting considerable resources and

attention. Better insights into policy processes and the transferability of experience will maximise Australia's response and

operational effectiveness, and will have immediate relevance in Tsunami affected areas.

The University of Newcastle

DP0665254 Ms LA de Beuzeville; A/Prof TA Johnston

Approved The linguistic use of space in Auslan (Australian Sign Language): semantic roles and grammatical

Project Title relations in three dimensions

2006 : $85,000

2007 : $79,000

2008 : $80,000

Primary RFCD 3802 LINGUISTICS

APD Ms LA de Beuzeville

Administering Institution The University of Newcastle

Project Summary

Research into the structure of Auslan provides information for the production of assessment and teaching tools for

practitioners to use in adult education settings (for second language learners of Auslan and Auslan interpreters) and in

special education for signing deaf children. It will also serve as a basis for further research into the acquisition of grammatical

use of space by native signing deaf children. These outcomes will further benefit the deaf community, improving deaf

people's access to education, health, government services and the employment sector.

DP0667265 Prof BZ Dlugogorski

Approved Self heating of porous lignocellulosic and coal particles

Project Title

2006 : $65,000

2007 : $50,000

2008 : $50,000

Primary RFCD 2999 OTHER ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY

Administering Institution The University of Newcastle

Project Summary

This project develops models for spontaneous heating of materials, which have substantial value to Australian economy, and

whose self heating behaviour have led to loss of life and significant material losses in industries processing these materials.

The results will be immediately applicable to evaluate risks of spontaneous ignition in process plants in a more rigorous

manner than performed presently. Furthermore, findings of this investigation will allow considerable improvement in

estimating green house gas emissions as a consequence of spontaneous combustion.

DP0666620 Dr AJ Fleming

Approved Analysis, Optimization, and Control of Scanning Atomic Force Microscope Micro Cantilever Probes

Project Title

2006 : $128,996

2007 : $95,000

2008 : $80,000

Primary RFCD 2301 MATHEMATICS

APD Dr AJ Fleming

Administering Institution The University of Newcastle

Project Summary

Atomic Force Microscopes (AFM's) are widely used for the examination of samples smaller than can be observed with an

optical microscope. A tiny 'finger', only a few atoms wide at its sharpest point, is used to 'feel' the surface of a sample. This

project aims to increase the resolution of AFM images by actively controlling the sensor probe dynamics.

Better quality AFM images would allow scientists to further investigate the atomic and molecular structure of such samples

as: metals, polymers, cells, and proteins.

This research will contribute to the design of an Australian made Scanning Probe Microscope. Development of local expertise

will provide a valuable resource for Australian scientific and industrial research.

DP0665656 Prof M Fu; Dr P Schreier

Approved The Interplay of Feedback Control and Digital Communications

Project Title

2006 : $118,000

2007 : $108,000

2008 : $110,000

Primary RFCD 2903 MANUFACTURING ENGINEERING

Administering Institution The University of Newcastle

Project Summary

This project deals with two research topics in digital communications and control. The first is concerned with feedback

communications for control systems, aiming to develop new design methods for network based automation and control. The

second studies new decoding and detection algorithms for digital communications. Applications of the proposed research

work include network based industrial control, wireless communication devices, and high density digital storage media. The

cross fertilisation of control systems and digital communications will help strengthen Australia's research expertise in the

National Research Priority area "Information and Communications Technology" (ICT).

DP0664921 Dr L Gan

Approved New Signal Transforms for Multimedia Applications

Project Title

2006 : $62,000

2007 : $25,000

2008 : $25,000

Primary RFCD 2802 ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE AND SIGNAL AND IMAGE PROCESSING

Administering Institution The University of Newcastle

Project Summary

This project targets at important yet challenging problems for reliable transmission and efficient processing of digital

multimedia. The solutions to these problems will not only contribute to our fundamental understanding of digital visual

information, but also lead to new commercial opportunities. Hence, the project is clearly within the ARC priority research area

3: Frontier Technologies Frontier Technologies for Building and Transforming Australian Industries. Also, as multimedia

market is one of the highest growth segments within the information technology industry, the project is directly in the

information and communication technologies (ICT), whose national importance was recognized by the Federal Government.

DP0663082 Prof GC Goodwin

Approved Parsimonious Quantization in Signal Processing and Control

Project Title

2006 : $178,945

2007 : $115,000

2008 : $112,000

2009 : $131,000

2010 : $133,000

Primary RFCD 2301 MATHEMATICS

Administering Institution The University of Newcastle

Project Summary

In today's society there is an abundance of data. Indeed, it could be argued that we suffer from data 'overload'. Thus to turn

'data' into actions, the need for parsimony in signal processing and control arises. For that purpose, the data must be

sampled (in time) and quantized (in space). Within this context, the current project is aimed at understanding aspects of

sampled parsimonious quantization. The results have widespread practical uses including digital cameras, video

compression, audio quantization, control over communication networks, switching of electronic devices and many others.

DP0664149 Prof GJ Jameson; A/Prof AV Nguyen; Dr S Ata

Approved Extending the range of the flotation process for particle separation

Project Title

2006 : $250,000

2007 : $180,000

2008 : $200,000

2009 : $170,000

2010 : $150,000

Primary RFCD 2907 RESOURCES ENGINEERING

Administering Institution The University of Newcastle

Project Summary

The minerals industry is a significant contributor to Australia's prosperity. Flotation is an important process for upgrading

low grade ores to high grade concentrates, and for recovering fine coal from tailings. This project is aimed at solving a

long term problem in current flotation practice, the difficulty in recovering ultrafine and coarse particles, currently lost from

production. We will pursue two new discoveries recently made by us, relating to the recovery of ultrafines and coarse

particles. Benefits to Australia are of the order of $500 million a year in increased exports, education of high quality

graduates, export income from license fees and equipment.

DP0665742 Dr SJ Johnson

Approved Construction methods and analysis tools for repeat accumulate error correction codes

Project Title

2006 : $50,128

2007 : $32,000

2008 : $30,000

Primary RFCD 2805 DATA FORMAT

Administering Institution The University of Newcastle

Project Summary

Error correction codes play an integral role in digital communications systems, enabling technologies such as compact disk

players, hard disk drives, high speed modems, digital audio broadcasting and deep space communications. This project

develops the techniques which underlie the success of next generation error correction technologies and thus addresses an

important and fundamental problem in the area of information and communications technology (ICT). The nature of the

project presents significant potential for project outcomes to be beneficial to the Australian telecommunications industry in a

wide range of application areas including wireless networks, mobile communications, and data storage.

DP0665059 Dr M Kibby

Approved Exploring Internet Induced Changes in Youth Music Consumption

Project Title

2006 : $53,000

2007 : $20,000

2008 : $20,000

Primary RFCD 4203 CULTURAL STUDIES

Administering Institution The University of Newcastle

Project Summary

Music consumption is the basis of both a key Australian industry with wide reaching economic impact, and a social practice

closely tied to identity formation, relationship development and mood management. This project has significant community

and national benefit, in that it will further our understanding of contemporary popular music consumption. In documenting the

range of online music products, young consumers' attitudes towards them, and their personal music acquisition habits, the

project will lead to an understanding of how having access to almost unlimited, personalised music file collections will affect

the role music plays in their lives and the follow on impact in social, cultural and economic terms.

DP0666166 A/Prof EH Kisi; Dr JS Forrester; Dr CJ Howard

Approved Structural Origins of the Giant Piezoelectric Effect in Relaxor Ferroelectrics

Project Title

2006 : $80,000

2007 : $75,000

2008 : $75,000

Primary RFCD 2914 MATERIALS ENGINEERING

Administering Institution The University of Newcastle

Project Summary

This project addresses fundamental questions about the origins of the Giant Piezoelectric Effect. The solution of these

questions will be will raise the profile of Australian science in this area as well as allowing new directions to be explored both

in modifying existing materials and seeking new ones. It will expand the pool of personnel with experience in the synthesis

and diffraction based study of these materials which are slated for inclusion in large numbers of 'Smart' technologies. The

training of personnel in advanced diffraction methods is important in the lead up to the new Australian research reactor OPAL

in 2006 and the new Australian synchrotron in 2007.

DP0663410 Prof GA Lawrance; A/Prof M Maeder

Approved Assembly and Interactions of Helical Supramolecular Structures

Project Title

2006 : $80,000

2007 : $50,000

2008 : $50,000

Primary RFCD 2502 INORGANIC CHEMISTRY

Administering Institution The University of Newcastle

Project Summary

The project in advanced materials is significant in probing an exciting topology in nanostructural assemblies   helicates   the

understanding of the interactions of which will assist the development of optically pure molecules that are the key to

high value drugs, thus contributing to enhanced development in the specialty chemicals and pharmaceuticals industry. The

research may result in economic benefits for Australia, since it will develop synthetic materials with the potential to perform

tasks in high optical purity essential drug synthesis. Further, it will enhance the knowledge and skills base within the country

through training of highly applicable scientists for a growing national priority area.

DP0664370 Dr PJ Lewis; Dr R Griffith; Dr RJ Lewis

Approved Structural analysis and functional inactivation of bacterial transcription complexes

Project Title

2006 : $103,000

2007 : $85,000

2008 : $85,000

Primary RFCD 2703 MICROBIOLOGY

Administering Institution The University of Newcastle

Project Summary

RNA polymerase is an essential enzyme in all living cells. Its role is to convert the genetic information stored in genes into a

message that can be converted into protein. As such, the bacterial RNA polymerase represents an ideal target for the

development of new antibiotics which will be important in maintaining the health of the Australian community and also in

protecting the community from the very real threat of bioterrorism organisms such as anthrax. This project is designed to

identify molecules for development as new antibiotics that are effective against RNA polymerase.

DP0664992 Mr C Ling

Approved Fast Decoding for Multi Input Multi Output Wireless Communications

Project Title

2006 : $83,040

2007 : $77,000

2008 : $77,000

Primary RFCD 2917 COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGIES

APD Mr C Ling

Administering Institution The University of Newcastle

Project Summary

This project focuses on the core technology on the physical layer of broadband wireless telecommunications. The outcomes

of the research have the potential to influence the design and implementation of new generation wireless systems, thereby

stimulating the growth of the Australian telecommunications industry. The research of this project is of fundamental

importance to telecommunications engineering. It contributes to the maintenance of Australia's international research profile.

This project falls within the Research Priority 3: Frontier Technologies for Building and Transforming Australian Industries. It

addresses the goals of Breakthrough Science and Frontier Technologies.

DP0666551 Dr AV Lyamin; Dr K Krabbenhoft



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