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Summary of Discovery Projects Applications for Funding to Commence in 2006

Victoria

The University of Melbourne

DP0663938 Dr KA Adelaar; Dr MC Ewing

Approved Dialect variation in Javanese: an integrated historical linguistic and typological analysis

Project Title

2006 : $100,000

2007 : $80,000

2008 : $60,000

Primary RFCD 3802 LINGUISTICS

Administering Institution The University of Melbourne

Project Summary

Australia has the highest concentration outside Indonesia of researchers engaged in the study of Java and this project will

strengthen Australia's position as the premier Anglophone centre of Javanese Studies world wide. This project will also

enhance Australia's position as a leader of academic research in Australasia by highlighting Australia's positive contribution

to the study of Indonesia's cultural history. International links will be strengthened through cooperation between scholars in

Australia and Indonesia. Research results will feed into the teaching programs in Indonesian Studies at the University of

Melbourne and will strengthen Indonesian Studies across Australia.

DP0663915 Dr AJ Anderson; Dr RH Carpenter

Approved Using eye movements to study how past experiences shape expectations

Project Title

2006 : $45,000

2007 : $25,000

2008 : $30,000

Primary RFCD 3803 COGNITIVE SCIENCE

Administering Institution The University of Melbourne

Project Summary

We intend to examine how the brain decides where to look next with our eyes, a decision made approximately three times

every second. Understanding how the normal brain makes decisions will in turn help us to understand what happens when

things go wrong in diseases like dementia and Parkinson's disease, with the hope of better   and earlier   diagnosis, and

improved monitoring of treatment. In addition, our research will establish an important research link with The University of

Cambridge, and allow Australia to be competitive with laboratories in North America and Europe that are currently studying

how the brain makes decisions about where to look.

DP0663374 Prof A Bacic; Dr CJ Schultz

Approved Assembly and function of arabinogalactan proteins: a class of proteoglycans involved in plant

Project Title growth and development

2006 : $140,000

2007 : $95,000

2008 : $95,000

Primary RFCD 3002 CROP AND PASTURE PRODUCTION

Administering Institution The University of Melbourne

Project Summary

Achievements of the Objectives will specifically address National Research Priority 3 by developing breakthrough science

and utilising frontier technologies with application to Australia's agri biotechnology industries. In addition to contributing to

world class research outcomes, we will train highly skilled graduates and postdoctoral fellows in functional genomics

technologies, thereby contributing to the "knowledge nation".

DP0663879 Dr TJ Baldwin

Approved Information Delivery from Segmented Textual Data Streams

Project Title

2006 : $62,744

2007 : $48,000

2008 : $50,000

Primary RFCD 2802 ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE AND SIGNAL AND IMAGE PROCESSING

Administering Institution The University of Melbourne

Project Summary

This project will contribute to the advancement of ICT innovation in Australia by developing a robust, reusable language

understanding engine. The technology will be tailored to web applications, in the form of a conceptually aware web search

engine capable of tracking cross document dialogues and identifying the core semantic thread of the dialogue. It will place

Australia at the forefront of next generation language technology development, with applications in areas including

concept based multi document summarisation and email surveillance.

DP0663299 Dr E Barberio

Approved Origin of the Mass

Project Title

2006 : $105,000

2007 : $90,000

2008 : $90,000

Primary RFCD 2403 ATOMIC AND MOLECULAR PHYSICS; NUCLEAR AND PARTICLE PHYSICS; PLASMA

PHYSICS

Administering Institution The University of Melbourne

Project Summary

A hundred metres below ground, under the French Swiss border, scientists are preparing to travel back in time to study

matter as it was in the first fractions of a second after the beginning of the Universe. They are building the world's largest

scientific instrument to help reveal how this primordial matter developed into the building blocks that form the great diversity

of today. Australian physicists are preparing to extract the few fundamental particles that will explain the origin of the mass

from the debris of billions of proton collisions. While solving the major issue confronting particle physics today, we will train

students who will subsequently apply their skills in fields as diverse as science, medicine, industry and finance.

DP0664976 A/Prof JM Boldero; A/Prof RC Bell; Dr E Rafaeli; A/Prof JY Shah

Approved The structure and content of self knowledge: When and how are implicit and explicit measures

Project Title related and what do they tell us?

2006 : $90,000

2007 : $80,000

2008 : $80,000

Primary RFCD 3801 PSYCHOLOGY

Administering Institution The University of Melbourne

Project Summary

Research has found clear links between individuals' beliefs about themselves and emotion, motivation, and behaviour. These

beliefs also play a role in the development of and recovery from psychological illness. However, understanding has been

limited by the use of explicit measures, which rely on our ability to 'know' everything about ourselves, and our willingness to

disclose. We investigate how explicitly and implicitly measured self knowledge affect emotion, motivation, and behaviour. As

a result, we redress a major criticism of this research, and facilitate a greater understanding of the role of self knowledge,

including aspects that we are not able to articulate, in psychological well being.

DP0664271 Dr AN Burkitt

Approved Gain modulation and stability in biological neural systems

Project Title

2006 : $68,000

2007 : $70,000

2008 : $72,000

Primary RFCD 2802 ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE AND SIGNAL AND IMAGE PROCESSING

Administering Institution The University of Melbourne

Project Summary

This project is relevant to the National Research Priority area of Frontier Technologies and addresses fundamental

cross disciplinary issues of control and information processing in large, distributed neural systems that are at the cutting edge

of intelligent processing systems. Applications are in rapidly growing fields of robotics, machine learning, adaptive control and

intelligent systems, all with applications in diverse areas of economic importance. Applications to cochlear implant speech

processing will provide benefit for the hearing impaired. The project will provide students with training at an international level

within Australia, thus helping ensure Australia maintains and extends its science and technology base into the future

DP0664068 Prof AI Bush; Dr R Cherny; Prof JF Mercer

Approved The Role of Amyloid Protein Precursor in Mammalian Copper Transport

Project Title

2006 : $185,000

2007 : $140,000

2008 : $140,000

Primary RFCD 3207 NEUROSCIENCES

Administering Institution The University of Melbourne

Project Summary

The knowledge gained from this investigation will help us to develop new medicines for the treatment of debilitating and ever

more prevalent age related neurodegenerative diseases and will help us to illuminate the role of metals in the ageing process

itself. Apart from the obvious economic and social benefits in extending the productive lifetime of its citizens, the outcomes

of this project have clear commercial applications. We anticipate that there will be patents that will ensue from the

programme, which will be licensed to Australian interests, and contribute to the national revenue in the biotechnology and

pharmaceutical sector.

DP0664789 Dr MW Cantoni

Approved Modelling, Analysis and Synthesis Tools for Multi Dimensional Signal Processing Systems

Project Title

2006 : $93,000

2007 : $83,000

2008 : $85,000

Primary RFCD 2802 ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE AND SIGNAL AND IMAGE PROCESSING

Administering Institution The University of Melbourne

Project Summary

Multi dimensional signal processing plays a role in a variety of application areas, ranging from remote sensing for

environmental monitoring and geological mapping, to medical imaging and the automatic control of industrial processes. The

success of this project will provide mathematical tools for the advancement of the state of the art in these broad areas.

DP0666305 Dr R Cappai

Approved Delineating the role of the GxxxG motif in transmembrane protein metabolism

Project Title

2006 : $100,000

2007 : $70,000

2008 : $70,000

Primary RFCD 2701 BIOCHEMISTRY AND CELL BIOLOGY

Administering Institution The University of Melbourne

Project Summary

This study will define how a well defined motif involved in transmembrane interactions affects the metabolism of proteins.

Since this motif is present in proteins involved in Alzheimer's disease it has potential benefits for community health and

combating ageing.

DP0665518 Prof PH Carter; Dr EC Potter

Approved Recreating Public Space: Poetics in the Production of Public Space

Project Title

2006 : $108,000

2007 : $103,230

2008 : $104,500

Primary RFCD 4203 CULTURAL STUDIES

APD Dr EC Potter

Administering Institution The University of Melbourne

Project Summary

Community health and environmental sustainability are two national goals. 'Recreating Place' proposes that they are

interlinked. First, it focuses on the neglected cultural heritage of local communities. Second, it investigates a graphic

technique for translating these collective traces and associations into the design of the place. Developing a creative research

model, 'Recreating Place' acts locally but thinks globally. Showing that the well being that springs from poetic repossession of

the place through its stories provides the collective motivation to ensure that place's environmental sustainability, it

demonstrates how national goals can be met through the poetic re enchantment of particular locales.

DP0664112 Dr RA Caruso; Dr Y Cheng

Approved Chemical and morphological engineering of semiconductor electrodes for high efficiency solar cells

Project Title

2006 : $200,000

2007 : $130,000

2008 : $120,000

Primary RFCD 2502 INORGANIC CHEMISTRY

Administering Institution The University of Melbourne

Project Summary

The expected outcomes of the project are the preparation and development of sophisticated electrodes for solar cells, the

main advantage of which resides in their designed chemical and morphological properties. The resulting electrodes have the

potential to improve the efficiency of the solar cells over current industrially used materials. The products and mechanisms

developed are envisaged to be amenable to large scale up in industry. Hence, at a future date, there is the potential to

fabricate the electrodes in Australia and then export the materials or technology internationally. This will benefit the Australian

economy through employment of Australians and income generated through exports.

DP0664372 A/Prof AE Castles; A/Prof GW Stuart

Approved Reconciling perceptual and cognitive accounts of dyslexia: The neural rate deficit hypothesis

Project Title

2006 : $55,000

2007 : $45,000

2008 : $55,000

Primary RFCD 3801 PSYCHOLOGY

Administering Institution The University of Melbourne

Project Summary

The proposed research will form part of a co ordinated program to understand the causes of dyslexia, a disorder that affects

a large number of children and often persists into adulthood. It complements parallel efforts to elucidate the genetic basis of

dyslexia, the heterogeneity and subtypes of dyslexia, and the developmental precursors to the disorder. This research will

inform early intervention and remediation efforts and will also assist in the understanding of the normal process of reading

acquisition in children.

DP0663499 Prof MS Chong; Prof J Soria; Prof I Marusic; Dr TB Nickels

Approved The structure of turbulent boundary layers

Project Title

2006 : $180,000

2007 : $160,000

2008 : $180,000

Primary RFCD 2918 INTERDISCIPLINARY ENGINEERING

Administering Institution The University of Melbourne

Project Summary

This research has an enormous impact in many fields of engineering   for example, in aeronautical, mechanical, chemical,

meteorological and biomedical engineering. The resulting energy and economic savings and the reduction in atmospheric

pollution and greenhouse gasses will ultimately impact on areas such as global climatic change and the energy sustainability

of our urban environment, thus influencing the well being of all people living on this planet. This research project will result in

technological advancement and provide important training for future generations of researchers. This will entrench the

Australian engineering and scientific community as world leaders in this area of scientific research.

DP0666803 Prof AF Christie; Ms KG Weatherall

Approved ...and by opposing, end them: A Comparative Examination of Opposition Processes in Patent Law

Project Title

2006 : $100,000

2007 : $130,000

2008 : $59,967

Primary RFCD 3901 LAW

Administering Institution The University of Melbourne

Project Summary

Patent law is central to the key Australian economic aim of encouraging an innovative culture. One aspect of patent law, the

opposition process, is directly linked to two important issues currently facing our patent system: improving patent quality, and

minimising predatory behaviour by powerful firms. This project will assess the operation of the opposition process here, and

the practice of equivalent international procedures in other jurisdictions, in order to inform Australian policy in current and

ongoing negotiations towards global harmonisation. Material from this project will lead directly to proposals for improving the

Australian patent system, and ensuring that it promotes, and does not retard, innovation.

DP0663939 Prof J Damousi

Approved Elocution Lessons: A History of Elocution, Speech and the Auditory Self in Australian Cultural Life.

Project Title

2006 : $45,000

2007 : $40,000

2008 : $60,000

Primary RFCD 4301 HISTORICAL STUDIES

Administering Institution The University of Melbourne

Project Summary

This project makes a contribution to the national and community benefit by showing that speech and voice has played a

central role in how Australians have come to define and understand their national identity.

A study of the aural dimension of Australian culture will also shed light on how Australians have heard themselves as well. By

understanding the influence of sound and listening, this project will open up a new understandings of cultural life. Finally, an

analysis of the shifting sonic environment through technological discoveries will highlight the ways in which the experience of

listening has changed over time.

DP0665898 A/Prof MR Davidson; Dr DJ Harvie

Approved Electro viscous effects on pressure driven liquid flow in microchannels

Project Title

2006 : $70,000

2007 : $70,000

2008 : $70,000

Primary RFCD 2918 INTERDISCIPLINARY ENGINEERING

Administering Institution The University of Melbourne

Project Summary

Australian biotechnology, information technology and food technology industries will benefit from the development of new

tailored micro  and nano fluidic devices for processing of non Newtonian fluids. The efficiency of functional elements such as

valves, pumps, mixers, reactors, heat exchangers can be optimised for specific fluids by understanding the coupling between

the fluid properties, the device geometry, surface charge, and the numerical predictions. This understanding will complement

development in related projects on non Newtonian drop and particle formation in microfluidic flows which envisage

continuous particle manufacture for novel materials possessing programmable, enhanced functional properties.

DP0666857 Dr CW Davis; Dr J Kim; Prof ME Sams

Approved Establishing how head and face movement properties contribute to the perception of speech and

Project Title identity

2006 : $120,000

2007 : $132,000

2008 : $130,000

2009 : $132,000

2010 : $125,000

Primary RFCD 3801 PSYCHOLOGY

QEII Dr J Kim

Administering Institution The University of Melbourne

Project Summary

The proposed studies provide an extensive research program into audio visual speech processing and person identification:

key components of face to face communication. The likely impact and benefits of the project concern its contribution to

perceptual theory (linking signal, brain and behaviour) and its practical implications: For determining the viability of

multimodal biometric identification procedures by assessing the distinctiveness and permanence of AV speech

characteristics. In the development of a visual dubbing technique that has potential for communication in noisy environments

(and for the deaf) and for the development of a morphable model for AV presentation that has application for both first and

second language learning.

DP0663500 A/Prof LM Delbridge; A/Prof RE Widdop

Approved Shaping the heart in early development   new insights into cellular modelling processes

Project Title

2006 : $85,000

2007 : $65,000

2008 : $65,000

Primary RFCD 3210 CLINICAL SCIENCES

Administering Institution The University of Melbourne

Project Summary

Heart health is an important contributor to quality of life and longevity. This research will provide new insights into the way

hormonal influences early in development shape a healthy heart. The project builds on the application of recently patented,

sophisticated cell imaging techniques. Research students and trainees recruited to this project will benefit from their

involvement with this leading edge technology. These studies are important in providing a basis for developing optimal

management strategies for congenital heart conditions and preterm infants. Improved knowledge of the cardiac effects of

fetal and neonatal exposure to steroids (to assist with lung maturation in prematurity or to control maternal asthma) will be

gained.

DP0664317 A/Prof S Dey; A/Prof JS Evans; Dr GN Nair

Approved Distributed Estimation and Control under Communication Constraints

Project Title

2006 : $118,000

2007 : $108,000

2008 : $110,000

Primary RFCD 2801 INFORMATION SYSTEMS

Administering Institution The University of Melbourne

Project Summary

Sensor networks will be an important technology for Australia's future. Applications range from monitoring water quality to

controlling complex defence systems. This project will lead to a better understanding of the fundamental limits of wireless

sensor networks. Above and beyond the creation of new theory and algorithms, the national and community benefits will

include: (i) enhancement of Australia's reputation for innovative Engineering research through quality publications and

international collaborations; and (ii) improvement of the research and development capability in the information and

communications technology sector through high level training of postgraduate students and postdoctoral fellows in this

important technology.

DP0663365 Dr NM Dragomir

Approved Quantitative polarisation phase microscopy: A new tool for advances in structural analysis and

Project Title biophotonics

2006 : $130,000

2007 : $85,000

2008 : $85,000

Primary RFCD 2404 OPTICAL PHYSICS

APD Dr NM Dragomir

Administering Institution The University of Melbourne

Project Summary

Innovation in biomedical research is driven by technology in optical imaging. Optical imaging methods including polarisation

microscopy are widely accepted and are at the forefront of biomedical scientific discoveries. This project undertakes

fundamental and applied research innovatively combining polarisation imaging and quantitative phase imaging microscopy to

uniquely quantify the physical thickness and morphology of birefringent specimens such as the cardiac muscle cell. This

project, while of substantial intellectual merit in its own right, could also have the potential to lead to the detection of the

mechanisms related to heart failure.

DP0664051 Prof WA Ducker; A/Prof KE Van Cott; A/Prof RM Davis

Approved Artificial Proteins for the Control of Colloid and Surface Properties

Project Title

2006 : $250,000

2007 : $220,000

2008 : $220,000

Primary RFCD 2501 PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY (INCL. STRUCTURAL)

Administering Institution The University of Melbourne

Project Summary

A large amount of Australia's wealth arises from mining and the processing of small (colloidal) particles. This project will

develop new coatings for particles, which will allow better control of the properties of particle suspensions. Control of surface

properties is also important in the preparation of ceramics and in the preparation of implants and biosensors. The

development of new coatings will also offer opportunities for improved performance in these areas.

Many existing coating technologies rely on procedures using organic solvents, which are hazardous to human health and the

environment. The proposed research will develop coatings that are made and used in solutions of water only, thereby

minimizing pollution production.

DP0662906 Dr MR Duckham

Approved Automatic fusion of geoinformation: The intelligent geo mediator architecture (iGMA)

Project Title

2006 : $60,000

2007 : $50,000

2008 : $50,000

Primary RFCD 2910 GEOMATIC ENGINEERING

Administering Institution The University of Melbourne

Project Summary

The efficient integration of geographic information from different sources (termed geoinformation fusion) is recognized

internationally as a major problem for projects that rely on geographic information. Conventional geoinformation fusion

procedures require manual assistance from human experts. This project will lead to increased speed, reliability, and economy

for this task, by automating the process of geoinformation fusion. Many different application domains will benefit from these

improvements to geoinformation fusion procedures, including emergency response systems (for example, helping to combine

different data about the structural characteristics of buildings as part of a housing damage assessment following an

earthquake).

DP0664037 Dr AM Finnane

Approved Consumption in Late Imperial China: an Early Modern Phenomenon?

Project Title

2006 : $21,939

2007 : $60,000

2008 : $40,000

Primary RFCD 4301 HISTORICAL STUDIES

Administering Institution The University of Melbourne

Project Summary

China's present economic growth and consumer activity are of immediate interest to Australia. This study of consumer

activities in earlier centuries will shed light on changes as well as continuities in Chinese consumption in a long era of

globalization. The project will contribute to the corpus of Australian scholarship on Chinese and world history, enhancing local

and global understandings of China's past, and enriching ways in which it is imagined.

DP0665098 Mr AG Fowler

Approved Implementing large scale solid state quantum computation

Project Title

2006 : $65,000

2007 : $57,000

2008 : $60,000

2009 : $57,000

Primary RFCD 2402 THEORETICAL AND CONDENSED MATTER PHYSICS

APD Mr AG Fowler

Administering Institution The University of Melbourne

Project Summary

The goal of quantum computing research is to harness the properties of quantum mechanics to build computers that are

exponentially more powerful than the computers of today. Along the way, many spin off technologies for conventional

computing and nanotechnology are expected. Realising the quantum computing dream is a daunting experimental challenge

requiring both theoretical assurance that it is possible in principle, and theoretical guidance as to the best method. We seek

to provide this theoretical support for solid state systems, and broaden the range of problems that such systems are

demonstrably suited to tackle.

DP0665971 Dr BG Fry

Approved Modern reptiles with ancient toxins: the molecular origin and evolution of novel bioactive proteins

Project Title from squamate dental glands.

2006 : $85,000

2007 : $30,000

2008 : $30,000

Primary RFCD 2702 GENETICS

Administering Institution The University of Melbourne

Project Summary

Animal venoms provide a rich source of novel bioactive proteins, some of which have demonstrated therapeutically useful

activities. Through this researcher's unique approach of investigating previously unmapped squamate venom systems, there

is potential for the identification of divergent, bioactive proteins. Those already identified by the applicant in the dental glands

of Australian monitor lizard species represent a tremendous opportunity for biodiscovery. Further knowledge in this area will

increase medical understandings of bites and aid conservation measures informed by the natural history of these animals.

DP0664951 Dr L Gangadharan; Dr N Erkal; A/Prof LA Cameron; Dr A Chaudhuri

Approved The Economics of Corruption and Institutional Change: Theory and Experiments

Project Title

2006 : $70,000

2007 : $120,000

2008 : $65,000

Primary RFCD 3499 OTHER ECONOMICS

Administering Institution The University of Melbourne

Project Summary

The economic and social wellbeing of its neighbours is important for Australia. It results in a more prosperous and safe

region. Australia's interest in the wellbeing of its neighbours is often expressed through financial aid and the sharing of

expertise. This research will contribute to this expertise by investigating the ways in which changes in political and legal

institutions can help reduce corruption and result in economic development. Moreover, the cross country nature of this

research project will help increase the level of academic interactions between Australian and foreign universities.

DP0665230 A/Prof RB Gasser; Dr AC Loukas

Approved Discovery of early developmental events in the transition to parasitism in the hookworm

Project Title Ancylostoma caninum using genomic technologies

2006 : $97,000

2007 : $80,000

2008 : $75,000

Primary RFCD 3005 VETERINARY SCIENCES

Administering Institution The University of Melbourne

Project Summary

The national/community benefits are: (1) to develop a long term, high quality scientific and technological program contributing

to national objectives, including the maintenance of a strong capability in basic research, the development of new scientific

concepts and the enhancement of international collaborative links; (2) to strengthen the links between basic and applied

research; (3) to develop excellence in research by promoting collaborative research, resulting in a more efficient use of

resources in a national and international context; (4) to enhance the skills base in biology and biotechnology; (5) to

substantially increase global visibility through quality research, leading to an increased investment in Australian science.

DP0665082 Dr AL Genovese

Approved Has Feminism Failed the Family? A History of Equality, Law and Reform

Project Title

2006 : $90,000

2007 : $74,340

2008 : $74,340

Primary RFCD 3999 OTHER LAW, JUSTICE AND LAW ENFORCEMENT

APD Dr AL Genovese

Administering Institution The University of Melbourne

Project Summary

The research will examine the history of legal reform since the introduction of the Family Law Act. As such, it will provide a

broader perspective to feminist and conservative criticisms of gender bias and legal unfairness in the operation of a family

law system understood to be based on equality principles. The project's outcomes will be of immediate significance therefore

to policy makers, as well as to the divergent groups who currently research legal and government regulation of families and

family breakdown. Further, the project will enhance national knowledge by contributing to the historical understanding of

Australia's immediate past.

DP0664163 Prof KP Ghiggino; Dr TD Bell; Prof FC De Schryver

Approved Single molecule spectroscopy of functional luminescent materials.

Project Title

2006 : $170,000

2007 : $100,000

2008 : $100,000

Primary RFCD 2501 PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY (INCL. STRUCTURAL)

Administering Institution The University of Melbourne

Project Summary

This project will provide new insights into the light induced processes occurring in individual molecules of potentially useful

luminescent materials. The molecules to be studied include new fluorescent probes of biological and polymer systems and

single light harvesting nanoparticles with applications in solar energy collection and conversion. The program of work

proposed will increase our understanding of light induced chemical processes and assist the design of advanced materials

for photomolecular devices.

DP0665127 Prof AJ Gleadow; A/Prof BP Kohn; Prof RW Brown; Dr JM Fletcher; Prof F Chemale Jr.

Approved Reconstructing the morphotectonic evolution of rifted continental margins from low temperature

Project Title thermochronology

2006 : $110,000

2007 : $103,000

2008 : $90,000

Primary RFCD 2601 GEOLOGY

Administering Institution The University of Melbourne

Project Summary

Knowledge of how continental rifting occurs will improve our ability to predict the locations of important oil and gas resources

on the margins of Australia and elsewhere, which is directly relevant to the National Research Priority goal of 'Developing

Deep Earth Resources'. The project will enhance our national scientific standing by developing and maintaining key expertise

and facilities that can sustain a world leading research capability in Australia. The project will also forge strong international

links with researchers outside Australia, build our research profile in an area of significant worldwide scientific interest at the

present time, and provide a training ground for a new generation of younger scientists in Australia.

DP0663972 Dr DC Goodman



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