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Summary of Discovery Projects Applications for Funding to Commence in 2006

New South Wales

Australian Catholic University 2

Charles Sturt University 2

CSIRO   Australia Telescope National Facility 1

Macquarie University 31

Southern Cross University 3

The University of New England 6

The University of New South Wales 91

The University of Newcastle 26

The University of Sydney 115

University of Technology, Sydney 15

University of Western Sydney 8

University of Wollongong 25

New South Wales 325

Victoria

CSIRO   Molecular Science 2

Deakin University 9

La Trobe University 11

Monash University 70

RMIT University 14

Swinburne University of Technology 11

The University of Melbourne 91

University of Ballarat 2

Victoria University of Technology 1

Walter & Eliza Hall Institute of Medical Research 1

Victoria 212

Queensland

Central Queensland University 1

Griffith University 17

James Cook University 5

Queensland University of Technology 20

The University of Queensland 83

University of Southern Queensland 2

Queensland 128

South Australia

The Flinders University of South Australia 15

The University of Adelaide 33

University of South Australia 5

South Australia 53

Western Australia

Curtin University of Technology 15

Murdoch University 9

Museum of Western Australia 1

The University of Western Australia 41

Western Australia 66

Tasmania

University of Tasmania 16

Tasmania 16

Northern Territory

Charles Darwin University 2

Northern Territory 2

Australian Capital Territory

The Australian National University 113

University of Canberra 2

Australian Capital Territory 115

Total Number of Grants 917

New South Wales

Australian Catholic University

DP0662942 Prof P Allen; Dr WE Mayer; Dr BJ Neil

Approved Poverty and Welfare in Late Antiquity

Project Title

2006 : $110,000

2007 : $105,000

2008 : $105,000

Primary RFCD 4402 RELIGION AND RELIGIOUS TRADITIONS

Administering Institution Australian Catholic University

Project Summary

Poverty and the provision of welfare are key concerns in Australia today. Many of the problems we face   refugee influxes,

inflated housing costs, increased competition between charities for limited resources   are paralleled in late antiquity. This is a

critical time in history that has unique things to say to Australian society today. A focussed study of this turning point in

history provides a novel perspective from which to assess the implications of current Australian trends, in which welfare is

increasingly being devolved upon non government organisations. It also enlarges the foundation for a dialogue on these

issues, assisting in creating better solutions at both a government and non government level.

DP0663985 A/Prof SL Swain; A/Prof ML Hillel

Approved Child, Nation, Race and Empire: a critical analysis of child rescue narratives in Britain, Australia and

Project Title Canada 1850 1915

2006 : $60,594

2007 : $77,608

2008 : $58,343

Primary RFCD 4301 HISTORICAL STUDIES

Administering Institution Australian Catholic University

Project Summary

The aftermath of past child welfare practices has generated pain and anger across Australia. Through an analysis of the

literature which informed such practices the project will strengthen Australia's social fabric by providing a much needed

historical context for the individuals, voluntary and government organizations seeking to understand how actions cast as

benevolent could cause such harm. Such an understanding will also be cautionary for those engaged in the promotion of

intercountry aid and adoption programs, which make similarly emotional appeals thus enhancing Australia's capacity to

interpret and engage with its regional and global environment.

Charles Sturt University

DP0663901 Mr MP Anstey

Approved The Grammar of Biblical Hebrew: Functional and Corpus Analyses

Project Title

2006 : $80,000

2007 : $65,000

2008 : $75,000

2009 : $75,000

Primary RFCD 3802 LINGUISTICS

APD Mr MP Anstey

Administering Institution Charles Sturt University

Project Summary

The project promotes original, innovative research in Australia into Biblical Hebrew linguistics. Advancement in the

knowledge of linguistics increases our understanding of language and its central role in cognition, social interaction, and

culture. Biblical Hebrew is the language of the Hebrew Bible, a text sacred to Judaism and Christianity, and of interest to the

wider Australian public. The Hebrew Bible is inextricably bound to these two religious traditions that continue to influence

substantially Australian society and societies across the world. This project furthers Australia's capacity to contribute to the

vital task of interpreting the Hebrew Bible in contemporary, responsible ways and translating it into the world's languages.

DP0666699 Dr KJ Horton

Approved Collective Obligations and Partial Compliance

Project Title

2006 : $74,340

2007 : $74,340

2008 : $74,340

Primary RFCD 4401 PHILOSOPHY

APD Dr KJ Horton

Administering Institution Charles Sturt University

Project Summary

The research I would conduct is likely to have considerable impact at both the national and international level. Despite the

lack of systematic work on the issues my projects tackles, the importance of those issues is now widely recognized, and so

work on them is likely to be widely noted and discussed. In addition, the research will have important implications for a

number of the most prominent issues in contemporary life in Australia, such as issues concerning refugees, relations with the

aboriginal community, and international aid.

CSIRO   Australia Telescope National Facility

DP0666822 Dr RN Manchester; Dr M Kesteven; Dr S Johnston

Approved Defeating Radio Frequency Interference

Project Title

2006 : $40,000

2007 : $40,000

2008 : $40,000

Primary RFCD 2401 ASTRONOMICAL SCIENCES

Administering Institution CSIRO   Australia Telescope National Facility

Project Summary

The radio spectrum is a valuable resource. Development of techniques which minimize the impact of various users on one

another, allowing this resource to be shared, will benefit the entire community. For astronomy in particular, shared use is

essential because of the very wide bandwidths needed to obtain sufficient sensitivity. Usage of the radio spectrum is

increasing rapidly and radio telescopes are becoming more and more sensitive, compounding the problems. The digital

signal processing techniques developed under this project will be widely applicable, not only to future radio astronomy

facilities such as the Square Kilometer Array, but also to the communications industry generally.

Macquarie University

DP0665680 Dr M Choat

Approved Religious authority and linguistic change in late antique Egypt: non elite perspectives on the rise of

Project Title monasticism in contemporary documents

2006 : $35,000

2007 : $35,000

2008 : $35,000

Primary RFCD 4402 RELIGION AND RELIGIOUS TRADITIONS

Administering Institution Macquarie University

Project Summary

This will enhance Australia's hard earned profile in the fields which contribute to its approach, promoting internationally the

quality of local research. It poses questions which multilingual societies drawn from different migratory strands and strong

indigenous traditions must face. Its answers will contribute to the debates Australia continues to have on these issues. It

directly contributes to the preservation of the culture of Australia's own Coptic community, facilitating access to its own

traditions, and providing a research focus to complement Macquarie's new commitment to the teaching of the Coptic

language and history. The resulting monograph will transform international scholarship on a key development of world

civilisation.

DP0665723 A/Prof A Cranny Francis

Approved Skin Jobs: Biopolitics, Embodiment and Haptic Technologies

Project Title

2006 : $46,000

2007 : $23,000

2008 : $35,000

Primary RFCD 4203 CULTURAL STUDIES

Administering Institution Macquarie University

Project Summary

Haptic technologies use a combination of mechanical pressure and electrical impulses to simulate human touch, and have

potential applications in a wide variety of fields including medicine, education, disability services, and entertainment. This

project will contribute to the development of this technology, by locating the cultural meanings associated with touch and so

enabling applications to be developed for specific audiences and users. The project thereby contributes to the development

of smart technologies and, in its combination of resources from science and the arts, promotes a culture of innovation   both

of which are essential to Australia's economic future.

DP0663373 Dr NR Daczko; Dr JA Dickinson

Approved Spreading ridge sedimentation processes: a novel approach using Macquarie Island as a natural

Project Title laboratory.

2006 : $60,000

2007 : $70,000

2008 : $65,000

Primary RFCD 2601 GEOLOGY

Administering Institution Macquarie University

Project Summary

This research will examine the south eastern tectonic plate boundary of Australia, providing analogues for seafloor spreading

related crustal processes that relate to present plate boundaries and ancient examples now joined to the Australian continent.

The scientific innovation represented by this project will help Australian scientists to better understand an important part of

the plate tectonic cycle. This project will be of direct relevance to the Australian minerals exploration industry and will provide

better constraints on rift related metallogenesis.

DP0663431 A/Prof X Duong

Approved A new approach in Harmonic Analysis: Function spaces associated with operators and their

Project Title applications

2006 : $92,000

2007 : $82,000

2008 : $84,000

Primary RFCD 2301 MATHEMATICS

Administering Institution Macquarie University

Project Summary

Harmonic analysis is an important part of modern mathematics which has extensive applications in the theory of partial

differential equations. The type of mathematics in this project is closely related to theoretical work of applied technology such

as signal processing and medical research. Australia is known as a world leader of harmonic analysis and this project

ensures that we can keep the leading edge in research in this field.

DP0664714 A/Prof CS Evans; Dr PW Taylor

Approved Multi modal signals: an experimental analysis

Project Title

2006 : $95,000

2007 : $72,000

2008 : $72,000

Primary RFCD 2707 ECOLOGY AND EVOLUTION

Administering Institution Macquarie University

Project Summary

This project is built upon innovations that permit the first exploration of an important, but previously inaccessible, problem.

We will continue to develop techniques with wide applicability for the analysis of movement, and will make them available to

other research groups. The proposed work addresses a hot topic that is generating international attention; it will hence make

a distinctive Australian contribution to a rapidly expanding research area. Results will be communicated through the WWW

and science documentaries. Animal Behaviour is of great interest to the general public. This can be engaged to attract more

young people to careers in science. We will continue to train postgraduates in a well resourced and stimulating environment.

DP0666232 Prof PR Hayward; Mr DC Crowdy

Approved Melanesian Popular Music, Local Recording Industries and Copyright

Project Title

2006 : $80,000

2007 : $97,000

2008 : $26,000

2009 : $24,000

Primary RFCD 4101 PERFORMING ARTS

Administering Institution Macquarie University

Project Summary

Australia has recently begun to express heightened concern for the social and economic sustainability of its Melanesian

regional neighbours. Along with providing aid and peace keeping forces, we are now exploring the distinctive forms of local

socio economic practices. These practices resist easy incorporation into Australian or broader Western norms. The project

aims for informed dialogue and debate to better understand local cultural and industrial practices. It will be of significant

benefit to Australia in its engagement with the cultures of Papua New Guinea, the Solomon Islands, Vanuatu and Fiji.

DP0662884 Dr A Henderson Sellers

Approved Stable water isotopic simulation and analysis to improve Earth System models and deliver better

Project Title predictions of Australian water resource vulnerability

2006 : $210,000

2007 : $165,000

2008 : $170,000

2009 : $180,000

2010 : $180,000

Primary RFCD 2606 ATMOSPHERIC SCIENCES

APF Dr A Henderson Sellers

Administering Institution Macquarie University

Project Summary

As Australia's challenges in environmental sustainability rival those anywhere on Earth, we must be clever in our diagnosis of

susceptibility and insightful in proposed remedies. Climate change and variability have impacts on people and society that

must be managed effectively whatever their causes. Of importance to Australia is the availability of water for drinking and

agriculture. The new, interdisciplinary ARC network for Earth System Science provides models for novel and synergistic

research such as naturally occurring water isotopes as a tool for improving predictive skill and confidence. We exploit these

and leverage international programs to improve regional hydro climate and water resource understanding in Australia.

DP0662873 Dr ME Herberstein; Dr T Tregenza

Approved The evolution of insect genitalia: phallic reversal in Australian praying mantids

Project Title

2006 : $90,000

2007 : $75,000

2008 : $75,000

Primary RFCD 2707 ECOLOGY AND EVOLUTION

Administering Institution Macquarie University

Project Summary

This project will enhance our knowledge of the evolutionary processes that drive biodiversity within species and speciation

itself. These issues are fundamental to evolutionary biology, and are of great interest for the general public. We have been

extraordinarily successful in communicating our research to the public via natural history articles and films. We will continue

to generate high impact publications from this research that will increase the international research profile of Australia in the

scientific community. This project will establish international collaborations between Australia and the University of Exeter in

Cornwall (UK) and provide employment and high quality training to a research associate and a research assistant.

DP0665761 Dr LA Hughes; Prof AJ Beattie; Dr DP Faith; Prof RL Kitching

Approved A new phylogenetic framework for estimating local, regional, and global biodiversity

Project Title

2006 : $150,000

2007 : $127,000

2008 : $127,000

Primary RFCD 2707 ECOLOGY AND EVOLUTION

Administering Institution Macquarie University

Project Summary

Australia is one of the 12 megadiverse countries that together account for 75% of global biodiversity. Invertebrates comprise

the single largest component of biodiversity. The Australian invertebrate fauna is poorly known and therefore most

conservation planning takes place in the absence of knowledge about the group that contributes most to biodiversity. This

project will provide novel methods for estimating invertebrate species richness for conservation planning as well as

contributing to the important debate about the magnitude and distribution of global biodiversity.

DP0663874 Prof JM Joss; Ms ZM Johanson; Dr PE Ahlberg; Dr P Sordino; Prof GP Wagner

Approved Lungfish Paired Fins and the Origin of Limbs as an Evolutionary Novelty.

Project Title

2006 : $110,000

2007 : $80,000

2008 : $80,000

Primary RFCD 2702 GENETICS

Administering Institution Macquarie University

Project Summary

This project will utilise a uniquely Australian animal, the lungfish, to address a hitherto unresolved problem of considerable

scientific significance   how a fish fin evolved into a tetrapod (four legged animal) limb. The Australian lungfish is the most

primitive of the four surviving genera of lobe finned fish and is recognised as the closest living ancestor to the tetrapods. It is

listed as 'vulnerable' in its native habitat. Macquarie University, however, has the only captive breeding population of lungfish

in the world. We are thus uniquely placed to address critically important questions concerning the evolution of fish into

tetrapods.

DP0664551 Dr M Kangas

Approved Expressive Writing: An Investigation of How Writing About Stressful Experiences Can Be Used to

Project Title Enhance Psychological and Physical Health Benefits

2006 : $80,000

2007 : $65,000

2008 : $68,000

Primary RFCD 3212 PUBLIC HEALTH AND HEALTH SERVICES

Administering Institution Macquarie University

Project Summary

An experimental writing technique that involves writing about one's personal stressful experiences by using emotive

descriptive words has been found to be helpful in improving mental health and physical functioning in various populations.

This study will test how this expressive writing task leads to health benefits in two distinct samples; cancer survivors and

healthy individuals. By identifying the methods by which this writing task can improve health functioning, this project will

assist in adapting this task for use as a therapeutic technique in clinical settings to enhance the well being of Australians. This

will place less demands on health services, reduce absenteeism, and improve productivity.

DP0665068 Dr F Liu; Dr MP Molloy

Approved Natural Product derived Proteomics Probes for Specific Detection of Protein Kinase C Activities

Project Title

2006 : $130,000

2007 : $90,000

2008 : $90,000

Primary RFCD 2503 ORGANIC CHEMISTRY

Administering Institution Macquarie University

Project Summary

Better health care depends on how well diseases are understood and how accurately disease analysis and diagnosis can be

carried out. This is not only important to disease treatment but also prevention. This project will first generate new

compounds that could have improved therapeutic value in cancer treatment. In addition, these compounds will be further

engineered to provide a new technology of tracing the molecular signature of diseases such as cancer for early detection and

better preventative care and treatment. This will create new economic advantage and contributes to the transformation of

Australian health care industry.

DP0665969 A/Prof CA Mackenzie

Approved Autonomy and Identity: A Relational Theory

Project Title

2006 : $40,000

2007 : $20,000

Primary RFCD 4401 PHILOSOPHY

Administering Institution Macquarie University

Project Summary

Autonomy is widely regarded as an important value in liberal democratic societies and underpins many of the basic rights and

legal protections enjoyed by citizens. The principle of respect for autonomy is a guiding ethical principle in a range of areas,

including in medical and legal contexts, for example in requirements regarding informed consent, and in ethical guidelines

governing protocols for research involving human subjects. A better understanding of autonomy and its relationship to the

social context has the potential to produce indirect socio economic benefits by informing theory and practice in these and

other areas.

DP0663974 A/Prof BP Mans; Dr P Jacquet

Approved Algorithmics for Extremely Mobile Wireless Networks

Project Title

2006 : $108,000

2007 : $86,000

2008 : $88,000

Primary RFCD 2917 COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGIES

Administering Institution Macquarie University

Project Summary

Existing wireless network protocols need stringent conditions to be effective. These conditions are rarely met for concrete

applications such as Defence, Disaster Relief, Search and Rescue. All these cannot rely on existing infrastructure, and often

require high mobility. This is crucial in the case of Australia which cannot rely on complete network coverage of its lands and

seas. This project will develop new wireless protocols for applications requiring extreme mobility. It will increase Australia's

control of this, now ubiquitous, technology thus rendering Australia a key player in this field.

DP0665528 Dr JA Mathews

Approved Cyclical industrial dynamics in high technology industry: The case of Flat Panel Displays

Project Title

2006 : $90,000

2007 : $70,000

2008 : $90,000

Primary RFCD 3502 BUSINESS AND MANAGEMENT

Administering Institution Macquarie University

Project Summary

Australian high technology industry policy is strongly focused on securing entry by Australian firms into such industries as

semiconductors and flat panel displays (which utilize ICT and photonics technologies). Success to date has been modest.

One of the prime barriers to entry is the cyclical character of the industries   in the sense that firms in East Asia appear to

have secured entry only during downturns. A deeper understanding of the cyclical industrial dynamics of such industries

promises to enhance the prospects for successful entry by Australian firms, and thereby contribute to fulfilling the goals of

public policy in this area.

DP0664108 A/Prof PC Menzies

Approved Mental Causation in a Physical World

Project Title

2006 : $35,000

2007 : $20,000

2008 : $25,000

Primary RFCD 4401 PHILOSOPHY

Administering Institution Macquarie University

Project Summary

The issues concerning mental causation are not just philosophical issues. They are discussed in the fields of psychology,

cognitive science, and psychiatry as questions about whether mental phenomena, eg mental illnesses, are best understood

at the cognitive level or the neurophysiological level of causation. The project will result in a research monograph aimed at

practitioners from these fields among others. By introducing these practitioners to recent philosophical thinking about

causation and reduction, the present project may lead to more subtle ways of conceptualising and treating mental illnesses,

and so contribute indirectly to the socio economic benefits accruing from more reflective psychological and psychiatric

practice.

DP0663629 Dr MP Molloy

Approved Differential Isotope Proteome Mapping of Transforming Growth Factor Beta Cell Signalling

Project Title

2006 : $60,000

2007 : $30,000

2008 : $45,000

Primary RFCD 2504 ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY

Administering Institution Macquarie University

Project Summary

Our research will capitalise on Australia's expertise and prior infrastructure investments in frontier, proteomic technologies to

elucidate novel intracellular signalling pathways that contribute to the development of cancer. New approaches will be

developed using isotopes to provide sensitive and accurate measurements of changes in protein expression levels. This

technology will allow us to define complex intracellular signalling networks. This is an important step towards identifying new

drug targets that are responsible for tumour growth. Australian science will benefit from the training of new scientists in

modern, post genome technologies where there is currently a world shortage of experienced personnel.

DP0663054 A/Prof MH Morley; Mr CJ McGillion

Approved Brokering Democracy: United States Policy toward Chile from Nixon to Bush Sr. (September

Project Title 1973 December 1989)

2006 : $40,000

2007 : $20,000

Primary RFCD 3601 POLITICAL SCIENCE

Administering Institution Macquarie University

Project Summary

Australia's capacity to interpret and engage its regional and global environment is more dependent on thorough anaysis of

American foreign policy than ever before. Distinguishing between US and Ausralian national interests is vital to avoid making

commitments that prove harmful to Australia's best interests and its international standing. The way in which the US resolved

the tensions been national interest and democracy promotion in Chile provides a key reference point for subsequent US

interventions in the Third World up to the present. Public discussion about contemporary US foreign policy will be

encouraged via newspaper articles, media interviews, and a companion website to the monograph

DP0665038 Mr SG Nielsen

Approved Thallium isotopes: a novel geochemical tracer to map recycling in Earth's mantle

Project Title

2006 : $105,000

2007 : $80,000

2008 : $85,000

Primary RFCD 2601 GEOLOGY

APD Mr SG Nielsen

Administering Institution Macquarie University

Project Summary

This project will transfer to Australia an advanced new methodology: the characterisation of thallium isotopic signatures in the

mantle system introduced during recycling of crustal material. This will allow the tracking of fluid processes in the mantle

system in a completely new way and will provide significant new information about the fluids that can percolate up from

subduction zones. The source of most economically interesting elements in the crust is from mantle derived fluids, so their

characterisation is critical to an understanding of the whole ore forming process. Hence, this study will provide unique new

information to apply to this important large scale Earth problem.

DP0663452 Prof JP Pieprzyk; Dr C Charnes; Dr S McCallum

Approved Algebraic Properties of Cryptographic Components and their Cryptanalysis

Project Title

2006 : $123,000

2007 : $113,000

2008 : $115,000

Primary RFCD 2805 DATA FORMAT

Administering Institution Macquarie University

Project Summary

The outcomes will enhance information and communication security, which is absolutely crucial for the rapidly growing

e commerce and e government services in Australia. International collaboration will be strengthened by reciprocal exchange

of researchers and postgraduate students leading to more attractive and productive research environment. Our project will

help to maintain a high profile of Australian researchers, to increase the capacity for consultancy and contract work, and

provide a cutting edge information technology for the Australian telecommunications industry, business and government.

DP0662887 Prof AJ Pitman; Dr Y Wang; Dr JL McGregor

Approved Do terrestrial processes intensify Australian droughts ?

Project Title

2006 : $90,000

2007 : $75,000

2008 : $75,000

Primary RFCD 2606 ATMOSPHERIC SCIENCES

Administering Institution Macquarie University

Project Summary

Australia's agricultural productivity is strongly affected by climate, climate variability and climate change. Recent climate

changes in Western Australia forced adaptation strategies costing $500 million while the anomalously intense 2002

Murray Darling Basin drought significantly affected agriculture. Any further intensification of droughts would affect Australia's

rural economy. This proposal will assess the role of terrestrial processes, linked to increasing CO2, in causing the drought

intensification and declines in rainfall. This will provide knowledge that will guide the development of future environmental

management strategies.

DP0665817 Dr SR Scalmer

Approved The Circulation of Nonviolence: Gandhi and the History of Global Politics

Project Title

2006 : $45,000

2007 : $20,000

2008 : $20,000

Primary RFCD 3701 SOCIOLOGY

Administering Institution Macquarie University

Project Summary

Global protest movements have become a feature of recent campaigns against war and corporate power. The diffusion of

protest across national boundaries disrupts official routine, threatens state power, and raises new questions about global

citizenship. However, the history, dynamics and novelty of transnational diffusion is still only dimly understood. This project

will address such absences. It focuses on the circulation of Gandhian nonviolence, and it offers the first comparative,

long term study of the diffusion of collective action. This will greatly enhance our understanding of the processes currently

reshaping politics and society and should enrich the practice of contemporary democratic participation.

DP0665009 Dr NH Smith; Dr J Deranty

Approved Applying the Ethics of Recognition: Work and the Social Bond

Project Title

2006 : $80,000

2007 : $83,000

2008 : $50,000

Primary RFCD 4401 PHILOSOPHY

Administering Institution Macquarie University

Project Summary

Work matters to most Australians. It is not just of instrumental value, worth it just for the money: a good, fulfilling job is

integral to a fulfilled life. Our sense of well being is inseparably bound up with how things are going at work. But how is this

well being sustained? What moral expectations do we bring to work and what happens when they are not met? This project

will develop new answers to these questions by focusing on claims for recognition arising out of work. Experiences of

misrecognition at work, we propose, seriously damage one's capacity to lead a fulfilling life. By identifying ways in which

recognition can be given or denied at work, the project will be of great community benefit.

DP0665301 Dr DJ Spence



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