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Approved Optimization Based Finite Element Procedures for Geotechnical Applications

Project Title

2006 : $90,000

2007 : $90,000

2008 : $90,000

Primary RFCD 2908 CIVIL ENGINEERING

Administering Institution The University of Newcastle

Project Summary

Although this project is predominantly a fundamental study it is expected to lead to a class of new methods for accurate and

efficient modelling of complex geotechnical applications. Ultimately, this will result in cheaper and safer designs of both

standard and non standard geotechnical structures. The project builds on and extends the tradition which has been

established in Australia over the past 15 20 years of applying mathematical programming methods to geomechanical

problems. This work has received world wide recognition and the numerical methods developed in Newcastle are currently

being commercialized for the benefit of practising engineers and geotechnical researchers.

DP0663454 Dr GR MacFarlane

Approved Biomarkers of Heavy Metal Stress in Mangrove Ecosystems

Project Title

2006 : $70,000

2007 : $70,000

2008 : $70,000

Primary RFCD 3008 ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES

Administering Institution The University of Newcastle

Project Summary

Australia has the third largest area of mangroves internationally and these systems are highly productive as primary

producers, habitat and nursery area for many juvenile commercial fish species. The consequences of local destruction of

mangroves through human impacts are lower fish productivity and loss of water quality. The validation of predictive early

warning biomarkers of heavy metal stress in mangroves would provide a powerful management tool that would enable

evidence of pollutant exposure and accurate 'early warning' indication of biological/environmental effects, allowing effective

remedial action and protection of estuarine waters and resources both nationally and internationally.

DP0666130 Dr BP McGrath

Approved Improved Capacitor Voltage Balance for Multicell Power Electronic Converters Controlled by

Project Title Spectrally Optimal Modulation

2006 : $45,922

2007 : $25,000

2008 : $25,000

Primary RFCD 2909 ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING

Administering Institution The University of Newcastle

Project Summary

There is a growing demand for high power and medium voltage energy conversion systems in a wide range of applications,

including Rail, Renewable Energy, Defence and Electricity Distribution. Multicell type multilevel converters are a very

attractive means of satisfying this demand, but only if the cell voltages can be precisely regulated so as to ensure protection

of the converter while simultaneously ensuring the synthesis of switched waveforms with the required spectral quality. This

project offers the potential to eliminate this barrier to the use of Multicell converter technology. In addition this project

emphasises the development and training of people skilled in the design and development of this technology.

DP0666255 A/Prof SO Moheimani

Approved Advanced Control of Dual Stage Hard Disk Drives

Project Title

2006 : $148,000

2007 : $123,000

2008 : $125,000

Primary RFCD 2301 MATHEMATICS

Administering Institution The University of Newcastle

Project Summary

The project is of significant scientific merit, resulting in solutions to open problems in control of dual stage hard disk drive

systems. This will contribute to the maintenance of Australia's international research profile, help maintain its internal

research vitality and also enhance the advanced engineering base of the country. An important benefit of this research is the

direct application of developed ideas to the next generation data storage systems. The completion of this project will directly

benefit Australia's developing high tech industries.

DP0663643 Dr SK Morley

Approved Polar Cap Region Boundary Dynamics

Project Title

2006 : $85,000

2007 : $77,000

2008 : $77,000

Primary RFCD 2606 ATMOSPHERIC SCIENCES

APD Dr SK Morley

Administering Institution The University of Newcastle

Project Summary

Geomagnetic storms have the potential to severely impair critical technology infrastructure. Consequences of strong

geomagnetic activity can include power failures, pipeline corrosion, satellite failures, inaccurate GPS positioning and radio

navigation. Knowledge of how, where and under which conditions this activity occurs is therefore crucial. The primary aim of

this project is to extend our knowledge of the mechanisms by which this activity occurs. This work will consolidate Australia's

international space profile and provide excellent training in this field, helping Australia's future technology development.

DP0663688 A/Prof AV Nguyen; Prof GM Evans

Approved Effect of Saline Water on Flotation Processes

Project Title

2006 : $150,000

2007 : $175,000

2008 : $175,000

2009 : $155,000

2010 : $155,000

Primary RFCD 2907 RESOURCES ENGINEERING

Administering Institution The University of Newcastle

Project Summary

The Australian mineral and coal industry is valued at $40 billion in export income per year. This significant component of the

Australian economy will benefit from this research into the increased use of highly saline water to improve coal and mineral

flotation recovery. The project will keep Australia at the leading edge of flotation research, research training and development

for the coal and mineral industry. With direct relevance to the National Research Priorities: Water   a Critical Resource, this

project will make contributions to the development of a more environmentally sustainable coal and mineral processing

industry.

DP0666955 A/Prof BM Ninness

Approved New Approaches for the Estimation of Complex Dynamic System Models

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 lies within an ARC defined Research Priority Area. Namely, "Frontier Technologies". It is directed towards taking

available data records from physical and other processes, ranging from petrochemical plant outputs to share market values,

and using them to determine equations that allow for the prediction, diagnosis, and control of the underlying determining

systems. As such, it lies within the ARC identified area of "Smart Information Use", but has further potential to foster new

approaches and new technologies, by way of the improved system modelling, prediction and diagnosis capabilities it will

provide.

DP0665131 Dr DA Pask; Dr AD Sims

Approved Pictures for Operator Algebras: higher rank graphs

Project Title

2006 : $101,000

2007 : $88,000

2008 : $90,000

Primary RFCD 2301 MATHEMATICS

Administering Institution The University of Newcastle

Project Summary

The runaway success of graph C* algebras pioneered at the University of Newcastle places Australia at the forefront of an

exciting new research field. Higher dimensional graphs and their algebras are a promising new direction, and this project will

keep Australian researchers at its cutting edge.

This project will involve and train talented young researchers who will contribute to the Mathematical outcomes of the current

project. Their involvement will train them in the techniques of modern Mathematics and furnish them with important

international research connections. In doing so we shall be laying a strong foundation for the future of Australian

Mathematical research.

DP0664626 Prof JW Patrick; Dr DW McCurdy; A/Prof CE Offler

Approved Induction of Plant Transfer Cells   Discovering Regulatory Networks

Project Title

2006 : $130,000

2007 : $96,000

2008 : $96,000

Primary RFCD 2704 BOTANY

Administering Institution The University of Newcastle

Project Summary

This project seeks molecular understanding of regulatory mechanisms responsible for inducing formation of specialized plant

cells that are of central importance in controlling nutrient transport. These so called "transfer cells" play pivotal roles in

determining crop nutrition and hence yield under normal and stressful environments such as soil nutrient deficiencies and

salinity. Discovering regulatory mechanisms that control formation of these specialized cells will maintain Australia's

international reputation in this field of research. In addition, the information platform generated may provide technological

opportunities to optimise nutrient flows in healthy plants, combat certain environmental stresses and control pathogen attack.

DP0664365 Dr P Schreier

Approved Space time and time frequency applications of improper complex processes

Project Title

2006 : $99,515

2007 : $72,000

2008 : $79,000

Primary RFCD 2917 COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGIES

Administering Institution The University of Newcastle

Project Summary

This project addresses an issue of fundamental importance to many areas in science and engineering. It is thus expected

that the results will be disseminated in high quality journals and receive widespread attention and recognition. This will

advance Australia's research profile in the world.

The project can also be expected to have an immediate impact on the design of next generation communications

technologies, thus aiding Australian industries in the development of frontier technologies.

Australia will also benefit economically and socially by the specialised engineers and researchers in signal processing and

communications that will be trained in the course of this project.

DP0666828 Dr JS Welsh

Approved New System Identification Techniques Utilising Misspecified Models

Project Title

2006 : $90,388

2007 : $25,000

2008 : $25,000

Primary RFCD 2909 ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING

Administering Institution The University of Newcastle

Project Summary

National benefits of the proposed research project will result from improvements in control due to a better, more complete

understanding of the models obtained by the newly proposed system identification technique. The resulting effect on

industrial practice will be an increase in efficiency, by reduced waste, lower pollution levels and increased throughput. Also,

the techniques developed will be directly applicable to current research in the areas of complex systems, such as smart

structures and biological studies of the dynamic effects of drugs and hormones on genes.

DP0667093 Prof GR Willgoose; A/Prof PJ Binning; Dr STYLE="Lancaster; Em/Prof MJ Kirkby; Prof PM Bishop

Approved TERRESIM: A simulation system for understanding and managing the interactions between runoff,

Project Title vegetation, soils and climate in a changing environment

2006 : $250,000

2007 : $200,000

2008 : $200,000

2009 : $200,000

2010 : $170,000

Primary RFCD 2601 GEOLOGY

APF Prof GR Willgoose

Administering Institution The University of Newcastle

Project Summary

The landforms around us evolve in response to the processes of hydrology, erosion, climate and vegetation that develops on

them. Likewise, the past behaviour of these processes (thus historical climatic fluctuations) in written in the deposited

sediment. To study these interactions will be develop a state of the art landform simulator (TerreSim). We will use it to

explore the evolution, development and sustainability of soils, vegetation, and hydrology (e.g. water supply) so as to better

understand their response to climatic changes. We will also study rates of cliff retreat and debris flow in steep landscapes to

better understand cliff stability.

DP0665550 Dr NE Wright; Dr TV Davis; Dr B Collins Gearing

Approved Working Together: Indigenous and Non indigenous Collaboration in Australian Film and Literature

Project Title

2006 : $112,000

2007 : $20,000

2008 : $67,000

Primary RFCD 4203 CULTURAL STUDIES

Administering Institution The University of Newcastle

Project Summary

As the first, comprehensive study of Indigenous and non indigenous collaboration in film and literature this project will make

an important contribution to Australian cultural history. It will provide filmmakers, educators and publishers with expanded

theoretical findings about the nature of collaboration. In the most general sense, this critical analysis of one of the ways in

which Indigenous and non indigenous Australians have and continue to 'work together' will contribute to the national project

of Reconciliation.

The University of Sydney

DP0666778 A/Prof DW Airey; Prof JP Carter

Approved Mechanics of dynamic loading and rapid penetration of soils

Project Title

2006 : $208,000

2007 : $160,000

2008 : $180,000

2009 : $140,000

2010 : $100,000

Primary RFCD 2908 CIVIL ENGINEERING

Administering Institution The University of Sydney

Project Summary

The project will produce improved understanding and new numerical tools that will permit cost effective simulation and

modelling of rapid penetration of objects into the ground, and of the compaction processes used on the majority of

construction sites. The free fall penetrometer will be developed to enable soil strength to be determined at remote sites, e.g.

ocean seabed, jungles, swamps. The project will also assist in the selection of compaction equipment and procedures.

DP0666148 A/Prof R Aldrich

Approved Province, Nation, Empire: France, 1871 1940

Project Title

2006 : $65,000

2007 : $25,000

2008 : $40,000

Primary RFCD 4301 HISTORICAL STUDIES

Administering Institution The University of Sydney

Project Summary

This project will deepen understanding of structures of political, strategic and economic power by providing insight into the

dynamics of regionalist, nationalist and internationalist ideologies through study of the world's second largest overseas

empire. It examines the role of non state initiatives and pressures, while also investigating the colonial origins of

contemporary globalisation. It will shed light, in particular, on the post colonial heritage of actions in countries of the

Asia Pacific region that were French colonies or that remain French overseas outposts.

DP0666692 Prof SM Andrews

Approved Lexical expertise and reading skill: An experimental analysis of individual differences in written

Project Title language proficiency

2006 : $62,500

2007 : $67,400

2008 : $72,600

Primary RFCD 3801 PSYCHOLOGY

Administering Institution The University of Sydney

Project Summary

The Federal Government's current National Inquiry into the Teaching of Literacy highlights the importance of an

evidence based approach to teaching and assessing literacy. Considerable research and policy effort has been directed

towards early reading programs. Much less attention has been paid to evaluating children's later development of reading

comprehension and spelling proficiency, but there is wide diversity in these skills within the adult population that influence

educational and vocational opportunity. This investigation of the factors underlying expertise in reading and spelling will

provide evidence that can contribute to developing educational policy and curricula for the later stages of schooling.

DP0664524 A/Prof SW Armfield; Prof JC Patterson

Approved Stability, transition and heat transfer in thermally coupled natural convection boundary layers

Project Title

2006 : $220,000

2007 : $170,000

2008 : $180,000

Primary RFCD 2918 INTERDISCIPLINARY ENGINEERING

Administering Institution The University of Sydney

Project Summary

Thermally coupled natural convection systems occur when a conducting vertical wall separates two fluids at different

temperatures. Such configurations occur, for example, at a window separating the interior of a room from the outside or when

a container of fluid is placed in a refrigerator. Improved building heating/cooling and ventilation, and more efficient

refrigeration systems, require a thorough understanding and predictive capability for these flows. This project will develop

experimental, numerical and analytic tools to predict these flows and provide simple scaling relations for bulk flow parameters

such as the heat transfer across the wall, which will be of immediate use in the associated industries.

DP0663351 Dr DH Arnold; Prof A Johnston

Approved Motion and Spatial Coding in Vision

Project Title

2006 : $120,000

2007 : $100,000

2008 : $100,000

Primary RFCD 3801 PSYCHOLOGY

APD Dr DH Arnold

Administering Institution The University of Sydney

Project Summary

The results of this project will have implications for the design and implementation of artificial visual systems. Completion of

this project will depend upon international collaboration   forging links between a young Australian investigator and

outstanding overseas scientists as well as providing excellent training opportunities. Subsequent publication of the research

in top ranking international journals will further promote Australian science abroad.

DP0664618 Prof HE Astor

Approved Managing Conflict in Higher Education

Project Title

2006 : $42,000

2007 : $20,000

Primary RFCD 3903 JUSTICE AND LEGAL STUDIES

Administering Institution The University of Sydney

Project Summary

Disputes in Australian universities attract extensive publicity that damages the national and international reputation of

Australian universities in the local and global marketplace. Litigation and other costs amount to millions of dollars. This

money could be better spent on universities' core business of teaching and research. This project will use new developments

in alternative dispute resolution to help Australian universities resolve disputes more effectively. It will focus on methods of

resolving disputes that save costs but are also appropriate for disputes involving important issues such as academic

freedom.

DP0663046 Mr F Aubret

Approved Does adaptive plasticity play a significant role in the initial colonisation of novel habitats?

Project Title

2006 : $145,000

2007 : $115,000

2008 : $115,000

Primary RFCD 2707 ECOLOGY AND EVOLUTION

APD Mr F Aubret

Administering Institution The University of Sydney

Project Summary

An increased understanding of the evolutionary and ecological processes responsible for generating Australian biodiversity

can facilitate effective management and conservation of this unique resource. Islands are especially significant in this

context because they host many kinds of distinctive fauna and flora that have vanished from mainland habitats. It is therefore

crucial to understand the biology of these small isolated systems, as a way to preserve those unique systems as well as the

distinctive evolutionary processes that occur within them.

DP0664663 Dr GR Barnes; Prof MB Clunies Ross

Approved Writing from the edge of the world: medieval Icelandic literature and the quest for social identity

Project Title

2006 : $94,092

2007 : $72,923

2008 : $91,157

Primary RFCD 4202 LITERATURE STUDIES

Administering Institution The University of Sydney

Project Summary

This project has special significance for Australians. Iceland and Australia are both geographically isolated communities, both

originally colonies of larger political powers (Norway and Britain), both asserting a social identity different from that of the

motherland. Many themes of medieval Icelandic literature have parallels in Australian culture; slogans like 'the cultural cringe',

'the lucky country', 'home and away' can be readily paralleled in Old Icelandic literature. Our study will be of considerable

social benefit to Australia and will show how another ex colony, remote in time and place, constructed its own social identity.

DP0664374 Dr S Belmessous

Approved Assimilation and Empire

Project Title

2006 : $85,000

2007 : $85,000

2008 : $90,000

Primary RFCD 4301 HISTORICAL STUDIES

APD Dr S Belmessous

Administering Institution The University of Sydney

Project Summary

There are growing calls internationally for the integration of immigrant communities as a long term means of combating

terrorism. Through an understanding of the history of assimilation, this project provokes considerable scepticism concerning

the current resurgence of assimilationist sentiment. The politics of culturally diverse societies are profound but they are not

going to be solved by simplistic diagnosis. The politics of assimilation is not the solution to contemporary terrorism but part of

the problem. Thus at the heart of this project lie concerns which directly address the National Research Priority,

Safeguarding Australia.

DP0665687 Dr K Belov; Dr M Eldridge; Dr S Beck

Approved Characterization of the tammar wallaby MHC

Project Title

2006 : $80,000

2007 : $70,000

2008 : $70,000

Primary RFCD 2702 GENETICS

Administering Institution The University of Sydney

Project Summary

We will be able to determine the immunological fitness of marsupial populations which will help us to conserve our native

fauna and protect our eco tourism industry.

We will work in the international arena of large scale genomics and bring new technologies to Australia.

DP0666279 A/Prof BJ Bennett; A/Prof WA Rogers; Dr IA Karpin

Approved Gender Inequities in Health Research: Towards a New Regulatory Framework

Project Title

2006 : $100,000

2007 : $150,000

2008 : $50,000

Primary RFCD 3901 LAW

Administering Institution The University of Sydney

Project Summary

This project will benefit Australian women by identifying better and fairer ways for the legal system to ensure that health

research performed in Australia provides meaningful information about the significance of new health treatments for

Australian women. The research undertaken in this project will make recommendations for the development of Australian

laws and policies that will promote and maintain good health by encouraging equal participation of men and women in health

research and analysis by gender of research results. This is particularly important given the ageing of the Australian

population and the greater longevity of women compared to men.

DP0665689 Prof MR Bennett; A/Prof WG Gibson

Approved Mechanism of transmission of calcium waves by glial cells

Project Title

2006 : $100,000

2007 : $82,000

2008 : $82,000

Primary RFCD 2705 ZOOLOGY

Administering Institution The University of Sydney

Project Summary

This research concerns determining the fundamental properties of cells that occupy about 70% of the brain, the glial cells.

Two very important discoveries on glial cells have recently been made, namely that they can convey information in the form

of patterns of waves and that they possess molecules on their surface membranes that have been implicated in psychotic

disorders. One such molecule is called the D2 receptor and its malfunctioning has been implicated in schizophrenia. Our

research will determine the way in which information is propagated in the glial system of the brain and also illuminate the

function of several of the molecules found on the surface of the glial cells.

DP0666883 Prof MM Bilek; Dr SH Lim; Dr A Anders; A/Prof I Yarovsky

Approved Design and synthesis of transparent conducting metal oxides

Project Title

2006 : $200,000

2007 : $160,000

2008 : $160,000

2009 : $160,000

Primary RFCD 2914 MATERIALS ENGINEERING

APD Dr SH Lim

Administering Institution The University of Sydney

Project Summary

With advances in solar cell and flexible display technologies the demand and performance requirements for transparent

conductors used as electrodes in these devices will increase dramatically. This research program is focused on developing

new materials to meet the demand and the challenges of new, more advanced technologies. The project has the potential to

generate valuable intellectual property in the form of new generation transparent conducting oxide materials for a rapidly

growing set of applications. The new devices will directly improve our standard of living and additional economic benefits will

come from commercialisation of the technology both here and overseas.

DP0663776 Dr D Braddon Mitchell; Dr AL Roskies; Dr U Kriegel; Dr C West

Approved Personal Identity, Consciousness and Agency

Project Title

2006 : $120,000

2007 : $100,000

2008 : $100,000

Primary RFCD 4401 PHILOSOPHY

APD Dr AL Roskies

Administering Institution The University of Sydney

Project Summary

If I lose my memory, am I the same person I used to be? If much of my body or brain is replaced, do I remain the same

person? What if my beliefs and attitudes are altered: does this affect who I am? These are questions of personal identity, and

they have enormous bearing on questions of public ethics, especially in the light of biomedical changes. Our inter disciplinary

solutions will add both nuance and insight to the difficult decisions the community will face in this area. The project brings to

Australia two leading young researchers from the United States, thus substantially enhancing Australia's skill base and

international profile.

DP0665330 Dr MS Byron

Approved Textual Ontogeny and the Understanding of Modernist Texts: A Case Study of Samuel Beckett's

Project Title Novel, Watt

2006 : $59,557

2007 : $63,936

2008 : $61,147

2009 : $55,755

Primary RFCD 4202 LITERATURE STUDIES

APD Dr MS Byron

Administering Institution The University of Sydney

Project Summary

This research develops smart technology use: by creating a new method of literary editing that is best able to extend the

capabilities of electronic text, this project enhances the understanding of modernist literature and the ability to use technology

in innovative ways in the humanities. New ways to organise and edit complex networks of data and documentation (in this

case extensive archival and published material) will be transferable to a wide variety of non literary applications.

DP0665743 Dr MG Chapman

Approved Identifying and creating essential habitat for rare Australian intertidal molluscs

Project Title

2006 : $40,000

2007 : $60,000

2008 : $39,000

Primary RFCD 2707 ECOLOGY AND EVOLUTION

Administering Institution The University of Sydney

Project Summary

Coastal development in Australia causes major changes to natural habitats. Obligations to conserve biodiversity are

impossible without reliable information about how animals respond to habitat and how best to restore damaged habitat.

Current management treats habitats as large scale units and ignores fine scale use of habitat by animals. This project will

provide essential understanding to guide policy about coastal conservation, by providing ecologically realistic understanding

of associations between rare invertebrates and habitat. New protocols to measure these associations and success of

restoration, will be applicable to any rare species in any complex habitat, increasing present capabilities for conservation.

DP0666848 Prof R Charteris

Approved Transformations from Renaissance to Baroque: The Cultural and Musical Significance of Giovanni

Project Title Gabrieli

2006 : $43,626

2007 : $46,779

2008 : $48,074

2009 : $49,697

2010 : $51,400

Primary RFCD 4101 PERFORMING ARTS

Administering Institution The University of Sydney

Project Summary

The Western European tradition forms a significant part of Australia's culture, and it is important that Australians are

contributors to the extension of this tradition as well as being consumers. This project will discover new music and materials

that will be of immense interest to many Australians, and it will make its discoveries known in an accessible way that meets

the demand in Australian society. My leadership in Renaissance music studies, especially Gabrieli, is contributing to

Australia's involvement in the dynamic, international revival of early music, as well as facilitating telecasts, broadcasts,

concerts and recordings.

DP0665169 Dr M Chen; Dr TS Bibby; Prof AW Larkum; Prof RE Blankenship

Approved Novel Chlorophylls and New Directions in Photosynthesis

Project Title

2006 : $160,000

2007 : $130,000

2008 : $130,000

Primary RFCD 2701 BIOCHEMISTRY AND CELL BIOLOGY

APD Dr TS Bibby

Administering Institution The University of Sydney

Project Summary

Understanding how solar energy is used in photosynthesis is of global importance and will contribute to cutting edge

photosynthetic research by Australian scientists. We aim to discover how and why the key photosynthetic pigments,

chlorophylls, are synthesised and used; this will provide new opportunities for breakthroughs in frontier technologies, such as

photoelectric cells based on carbon rather than silicon. We aim to understand how novel chlorophylls are used in a variety of

important organisms in a range of ecological niches. The results will aid understanding of the effects of global climate change

on coral reefs, in open ocean systems and in other important biological communities.

DP0664922 Dr SJ Cordwell

Approved Characterising post translational modifications in bacterial proteins

Project Title

2006 : $88,000

2007 : $75,000

2008 : $75,000

Primary RFCD 2703 MICROBIOLOGY

Administering Institution The University of Sydney

Project Summary

This project represents the first global attempt to characterize post translational modifications in bacterial proteins using the

tools of proteomics. Modifications to proteins are key elements in altering their function. In bacteria, modifications are

important in cell cell adhesion, signalling and triggering of the immune response. Characterisation of modified proteins and

their sites of modification represents an opportunity to understand how bacterial cell populations communicate in the

environment, as well as aid in understanding pathogenesis in medical, veterinary and food borne pathogens. Therefore,

improved vaccine targets and therapeutics, as well as method based products, may be generated by this project.

DP0666615 Dr SM Croom



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