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Number of Successful Proposals by RFCD Code for Discovery Projects to Commence in 2008

230000 MATHEMATICAL SCIENCES

2301 MATHEMATICS 34

2302 STATISTICS 13

2399 OTHER MATHEMATICAL SCIENCES 8

230000 TOTAL MATHEMATICAL SCIENCES 55

240000 PHYSICAL SCIENCES

2401 ASTRONOMICAL SCIENCES 19

2402 THEORETICAL AND CONDENSED MATTER PHYSICS 15

2403 ATOMIC AND MOLECULAR PHYSICS; NUCLEAR AND PARTICLE PHYSICS;

PLASMA PHYSICS 12

2404 OPTICAL PHYSICS 15

2405 CLASSICAL PHYSICS 1

2499 OTHER PHYSICAL SCIENCES 6

240000 TOTAL PHYSICAL SCIENCES 68

250000 CHEMICAL SCIENCES

2501 PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY (INCL. STRUCTURAL) 17

2502 INORGANIC CHEMISTRY 9

2503 ORGANIC CHEMISTRY 14

2504 ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY 1

2505 MACROMOLECULAR CHEMISTRY 6

2506 THEORETICAL AND COMPUTATIONAL CHEMISTRY 5

2599 OTHER CHEMICAL SCIENCES 10

250000 TOTAL CHEMICAL SCIENCES 62

260000 EARTH SCIENCES

2601 GEOLOGY 11

2602 GEOPHYSICS 2

2603 GEOCHEMISTRY 7

2604 OCEANOGRAPHY 9

2605 HYDROLOGY 2

2606 ATMOSPHERIC SCIENCES 2

260000 TOTAL EARTH SCIENCES 33

270000 BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES

2701 BIOCHEMISTRY AND CELL BIOLOGY 29

2702 GENETICS 21

2703 MICROBIOLOGY 13

2704 BOTANY 10

2705 ZOOLOGY 5

2706 PHYSIOLOGY 5

2707 ECOLOGY AND EVOLUTION 31

2708 BIOTECHNOLOGY 3

2799 OTHER BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES 7

270000 TOTAL BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES 124

280000 INFORMATION, COMPUTING AND COMMUNICATION SCIENCES

2801 INFORMATION SYSTEMS 22

2802 ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE AND SIGNAL AND IMAGE PROCESSING 20

2803 COMPUTER SOFTWARE 6

2804 COMPUTATION THEORY AND MATHEMATICS 4

2805 DATA FORMAT 5

280000 TOTAL INFORMATION, COMPUTING AND COMMUNICATION SCIENCES 57

290000 ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY

2901 INDUSTRIAL BIOTECHNOLOGY AND FOOD SCIENCES 1

2903 MANUFACTURING ENGINEERING 7

2905 MECHANICAL AND INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING 6

2906 CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 9

2907 RESOURCES ENGINEERING 6

2908 CIVIL ENGINEERING 12

2909 ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING 10

2910 GEOMATIC ENGINEERING 3

2911 ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING 1

2912 MARITIME ENGINEERING 1

2913 METALLURGY 3

2914 MATERIALS ENGINEERING 26

2915 BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING 10

2917 COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGIES 13

2918 INTERDISCIPLINARY ENGINEERING 16

2999 OTHER ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY 3

290000 TOTAL ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY 127

300000 AGRICULTURAL, VETERINARY AND ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES

3001 SOIL AND WATER SCIENCES 5

3002 CROP AND PASTURE PRODUCTION 1

3005 VETERINARY SCIENCES 2

3007 FISHERIES SCIENCES 1

3008 ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES 2

300000 TOTAL AGRICULTURAL, VETERINARY AND ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES 11

310000 ARCHITECTURE, URBAN ENVIRONMENT AND BUILDING

3101 ARCHITECTURE AND URBAN ENVIRONMENT 5

310000 TOTAL ARCHITECTURE, URBAN ENVIRONMENT AND BUILDING 5

320000 MEDICAL AND HEALTH SCIENCES

3203 MEDICAL BIOCHEMISTRY AND CLINICAL CHEMISTRY 1

3205 PHARMACOLOGY AND PHARMACEUTICAL SCIENCES 2

3206 MEDICAL PHYSIOLOGY 2

3207 NEUROSCIENCES 7

3210 CLINICAL SCIENCES 1

3212 PUBLIC HEALTH AND HEALTH SERVICES 17

3299 OTHER MEDICAL AND HEALTH SCIENCES 1

320000 TOTAL MEDICAL AND HEALTH SCIENCES 31

330000 EDUCATION

3301 EDUCATION STUDIES 10

3302 CURRICULUM STUDIES 4

3303 PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT OF TEACHERS 6

3399 OTHER EDUCATION 1

330000 TOTAL EDUCATION 21

340000 ECONOMICS

3401 ECONOMIC THEORY 3

3402 APPLIED ECONOMICS 22

3404 ECONOMETRICS 5

340000 TOTAL ECONOMICS 30

350000 COMMERCE, MANAGEMENT, TOURISM AND SERVICES

3501 ACCOUNTING, AUDITING AND ACCOUNTABILITY 4

3502 BUSINESS AND MANAGEMENT 7

3503 BANKING, FINANCE AND INVESTMENT 5

3504 TRANSPORTATION 1

350000 TOTAL COMMERCE, MANAGEMENT, TOURISM AND SERVICES 17

360000 POLICY AND POLITICAL SCIENCE

3601 POLITICAL SCIENCE 9

3602 POLICY AND ADMINISTRATION 4

360000 TOTAL POLICY AND POLITICAL SCIENCE 13

370000 STUDIES IN HUMAN SOCIETY

3701 SOCIOLOGY 8

3702 SOCIAL WORK 2

3703 ANTHROPOLOGY 12

3704 HUMAN GEOGRAPHY 7

3705 DEMOGRAPHY 4

3706 HISTORY AND PHILOSOPHY OF SCIENCE AND MEDICINE 2

3799 OTHER STUDIES IN HUMAN SOCIETY 3

370000 TOTAL STUDIES IN HUMAN SOCIETY 38

380000 BEHAVIOURAL AND COGNITIVE SCIENCES

3801 PSYCHOLOGY 49

3802 LINGUISTICS 9

3899 OTHER BEHAVIOURAL AND COGNITIVE SCIENCES 1

380000 TOTAL BEHAVIOURAL AND COGNITIVE SCIENCES 59

390000 LAW, JUSTICE AND LAW ENFORCEMENT

3901 LAW 11

3903 JUSTICE AND LEGAL STUDIES 5

3904 LAW ENFORCEMENT 6

3999 OTHER LAW, JUSTICE AND LAW ENFORCEMENT 1

390000 TOTAL LAW, JUSTICE AND LAW ENFORCEMENT 23

400000 JOURNALISM, LIBRARIANSHIP AND CURATORIAL STUDIES

4001 JOURNALISM, COMMUNICATION AND MEDIA 6

4003 CURATORIAL STUDIES 1

400000 TOTAL JOURNALISM, LIBRARIANSHIP AND CURATORIAL STUDIES 7

410000 THE ARTS

4101 PERFORMING ARTS 6

4103 CINEMA, ELECTRONIC ARTS AND MULTIMEDIA 3

4104 DESIGN STUDIES 1

4199 OTHER ARTS 2

410000 TOTAL THE ARTS 12

420000 LANGUAGE AND CULTURE

4201 LANGUAGE STUDIES 1

4202 LITERATURE STUDIES 15

4203 CULTURAL STUDIES 14

420000 TOTAL LANGUAGE AND CULTURE 30

430000 HISTORY AND ARCHAEOLOGY

4301 HISTORICAL STUDIES 30

4302 ARCHAEOLOGY AND PREHISTORY 12

430000 TOTAL HISTORY AND ARCHAEOLOGY 42

440000 PHILOSOPHY AND RELIGION

4401 PHILOSOPHY 12

4402 RELIGION AND RELIGIOUS TRADITIONS 1

440000 TOTAL PHILOSOPHY AND RELIGION 13

Total Number of Grants 878

MATHEMATICS

2301

Curtin University of Technology

DP0881040

Prof KL Teo; Prof Y Lim

A Computational Study of Nonconvex and Nonlinear Semi infinite Optimisation Problems in Signal Processing

Approved

Project Title

2008 :

2009 :

2010 :

$ 80,000

$ 80,000

$ 75,000

Curtin University of Technology

The operation of filtering is an important part of most modern communication engineering systems. Many important problems, which arise naturally from communications engineering applications, can be formulated as nonconvex optimization problems and nonlinear semi infinite and/or semi definite optimization problems. New optimization theory, in combination with novel computationally efficient solution methods, and efficient hardware implementation will be developed. The outcomes will enhance Australia's reputation in this cutting edge research and facilitate opportunity for international collaboration as well as commercial opportunity. The project will also provide an excellent environment for the training of junior researchers in the area.

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Project Summary

La Trobe University

DP0878459

Prof R Quispel; Dr WM Wright; Prof RI McLachlan; Prof A Iserles; Prof H Munthe Kaas; Dr M Sofroniou; Prof B Owren; Prof Dr M Hochbruck

Geometric numerical integration of differential equations

Approved

Project Title

2008 :

2009 :

2010 :

2011 :

2012 :

$ 180,000

$ 170,000

$ 185,000

$ 185,000

$ 105,000

Prof R Quispel

APF

La Trobe University

Differential equations (DEs) play a central role in modelling scientific phenomena in physics, biology, chemistry, astronomy, meteorology, and geoscience. We have developed new ways of solving DEs, using geometric integration, which have significant advantages over traditional methods because of the crucial nonlinear stability they provide.

This project, combining 7 world experts from 6 countries and 1 early career researcher, will place Australia at the forefront of this intensive international activity.

It will significantly strengthen Australia's links with the mathematical software industry (e.g. Wolfram Research, Inc), and will lead to world class graduates and research training.

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Page 1


Macquarie University

DP0881473

Prof I Shparlinski; Dr C Doche; Dr DR Kohel

Mathematics of Elliptic Curve Cryptography

Approved

Project Title

2008 :

2009 :

2010 :

$ 80,000

$ 75,000

$ 75,000

Macquarie University

The Australian society and economy requires fast, reliable, and secure digital infrastructure. First generation security solutions cannot support the efficiency and scalability requirements of wireless and embedded consumer applications. New security infrastructures are emerging and must be carefully, but rapidly, defined and analysed. Thus developing a new framework in this area is one of the most important and urgent tasks. Besides, the intended work advances our knowledge of the theory and the quality of our culture. As such, it will promote the Australian science and will also have many practical applications in Computer Security and E Commerce.

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Page 2


The Australian National University

DP0877562

Prof BD Anderson; Mr C Yu; Dr G Mao

Large Scale Complex Multiagent Systems : Control Methodologies and Information Architectures

Approved

Project Title

2008 :

2009 :

2010 :

$ 235,000

$ 214,000

$ 212,000

Mr C Yu

APD

The Australian National University

Future military operations are likely to involve increasing use of unmanned vehicles, airborne, underwater or on land. In some cases there will be very large formations. This research will develop methodologies which allow formations of unmanned vehicles to be configured. Much of the same methodology is applicable to the construction and operation of large scale sensor networks, identified by some commentators as one of the most important technologies of the 21st century. They comprise large numbers of low cost networked sensors and will increasingly find application in security, agricultural and environmental monitoring.

Administering Organisation

Project Summary

DP0877878

Prof MT Batchelor

The mathematics of cold quantum matter

Approved

Project Title

2008 :

2009 :

2010 :

$ 90,000

$ 90,000

$ 85,000

The Australian National University

Ongoing advances in the experimental realisation of ultracold quantum matter play a leading role in the international effort towards the eventual realisation of quantum technology. This research project aims to build on and develop Australia's mathematical research strengths to explore and describe the enabling physics of cold quantum matter. This approach will further consolidate and enhance Australia's leadership in quantum science. The program of fundamental research will also contribute to training mathematically talented students in a rapidly advancing area with the capacity to contribute to a wide range of problems, including the emerging technology of quantum devices.

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Project Summary

DP0878184

Prof PG Bouwknegt; Prof M Varghese; A/Prof S Wu

Dualities in String Theory and Conformal Field Theory in the context of the Geometric Langlands Program

Approved

Project Title

2008 :

2009 :

2010 :

$ 82,500

$ 82,500

$ 75,000

The Australian National University

The Langlands program ties together seemingly unrelated areas of Mathematics. Recently, in the context of the Geometric Langlands correspondence, novel connections with Theoretical Physics have emerged, thus becoming one of the most active areas of research in both Mathematics and Theoretical Physics. Australia has a number of world renowned experts, including the two CI's, in various aspects of the Langlands program, and is therefore well placed to make seminal contributions. Being involved in these new developments is of crucial importance to the health of Mathematics and Theoretical Physics in Australia. An integral part of this proposal is student involvement and postgraduate training.

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Page 3


DP0881391

Prof DJ Hill; Dr B Liu

Dynamic Analysis and Control for Hybrid Systems and Networks

Approved

Project Title

2008 :

2009 :

2010 :

2011 :

2012 :

$ 150,000

$ 146,000

$ 140,000

$ 157,306

$ 160,306

Dr B Liu

QEII

The Australian National University

Hybrid systems are now accepted as the best way to model many high tech situations in transport, energy management, networking, household and industrial automation. This project will develop the theoretical tools needed to ensure such systems operate stably and efficiently despite imperfections and outside disturbances.

Administering Organisation

Project Summary

DP0877071

A/Prof AV Isaev

Proper Group Actions in Complex Geometry

Approved

Project Title

2008 :

2009 :

2010 :

$ 90,000

$ 85,000

$ 80,000

The Australian National University

The results of the project will enhance Australia's performance in several key mathematical areas as well as mathematical applications to physics critical for expanding Australia's knowledge base and research capability. The project has strong international aspects, it will foster the international competitiveness of Australian research and establish long term collaborations between Australian researchers and high profile world experts in the area of the proposal. It will create an opportunity for a Ph.D. graduate to be involved in top class research as a Research Associate, and will attract Ph.D. and honours students thus enabling research training in a high quality mathematical environment.

Administering Organisation

Project Summary

DP0879570

Prof AG McIntosh

HARMONIC ANALYSIS OF ELLIPTIC SYSTEMS ON RIEMANNIAN MANIFOLDS

Approved

Project Title

2008 :

2009 :

2010 :

$ 82,500

$ 82,500

$ 75,000

The Australian National University

It is of the utmost necessity for Australia to develop the theoretical expertise needed in the current era. The type of mathematics under investigation here is closely allied to that needed in much of the current boom in communication technology and medical research. The training which would be provided to the research associates is considerable, and would flow on to produce the expertise needed to keep the coming generation involved in modern technological development. I will maintain my active collaborative effort with leading mathematicians from the US, France and other countries, thus helping to keep Australia at the forefront of a significant field of research.

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Page 4


DP0879238

Dr AC Rennie

Modular Index Theory

Approved

Project Title

2008 :

2009 :

2010 :

2011 :

2012 :

$ 98,643

$ 98,643

$ 98,643

$ 98,643

$ 98,643

Dr AC Rennie

ARF

The Australian National University

This project capitilises on Australian advances in mathematics, particularly noncommutative geometry. It will maintain and extend Australia's prominence in this subject, providing excellent opportunities for young researchers via the research networks this project will establish. Being at the interface of ideas in mathematics and physics, there is potential for future technological spin offs for Australia.

Administering Organisation

Project Summary

DP0879422

Prof X Wang; Prof NS Trudinger

Equations of Monge Ampere type and applications

Approved

Project Title

2008 :

2009 :

2010 :

$ 82,500

$ 82,500

$ 75,000

The Australian National University

Many fundamental problems in geometry, physics and applied sciences are related to equations of Monge Ampere type. In recent years there have been rapid developments in the study of these equations with major breakthroughs made by the proposers. This project aims at new discoveries and findings in theory and applications by resolving outstanding open problems, and enhance Australian leadership, expertise, and training in key areas of mathematics and its applications.

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Page 5


The University of Adelaide

DP0877639

Prof RJ Elliott

Dynamic risk measures

Approved

Project Title

2008 :

2009 :

2010 :

2011 :

2012 :

$ 191,000

$ 191,000

$ 191,000

$ 167,000

$ 157,296

Prof RJ Elliott

APF

The University of Adelaide

Exposure to risk is a pervasive problem. The results will be of importance for financial institutions when they estimate their exposure to risk. Other applications will be to determine the level of risk from a terrorist attack or regional instability. Companies wish to allocate resources to minimize their exposure to adverse events.

Administering Organisation

Project Summary

DP0881054

Dr MD Finn

Topological Optimisation of Fluid Mixing

Approved

Project Title

2008 :

2009 :

2010 :

$ 83,377

$ 83,377

$ 82,295

The University of Adelaide

The proposed research is aimed at improving the efficiency of fluid mixers, which in the long term has potential to reduce vastly the economic and environmental costs associated with large scale mixing processes in Australian chemical industries. The research will not only impact on practical mixer design, but will also develop important results in the application of topology to the the field of chaotic dynamical systems. This project will also provide a graduate student and post doctoral researcher with training to pursue a career in fluid dynamics or general applied mathematics research.

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Page 6


The University of Melbourne

DP0881415

Prof PJ Forrester

Integrable structures in models of complex systems

Approved

Project Title

2008 :

2009 :

2010 :

$ 90,000

$ 86,000

$ 82,000

The University of Melbourne

The CI is in the happy circumstance of having almost completed (now in the proof reading stage) a large monograph on random matrices commissioned by Princeton University Press. This gives great international profile to the CI, and more generally Australian mathematical sciences in the subject matter of the proposal. To build on this base it is essential that significant new results, impacting on the work of others, continue to be obtained by the CI. All indications are that the new ideas relating integrable structures and random matrices underpinning this proposal will fulfil this goal. For the postdoctral researcher involved the stimulating atmosphere of discovery should provide ideal training in mathematical research.

Administering Organisation

Project Summary

DP0880494

Dr C Kao

Complexity manageable methodologies and efficient computational tools for analysis and design of large scale systems

Approved

Project Title

2008 :

2009 :

2010 :

$ 85,000

$ 80,000

$ 75,000

The University of Melbourne

The tools to be developed in this project have impact on a broad range of disciplines, including system analysis, feedback control technology, signal processing, communication network, and information theory. Practically, the success of this project will create cutting edge technologies applicable to design and management of important infrastructures of the modern society such as communication networks, transportation systems, electrical power grids, and collaborative intelligent machines, and water distribution networks. Success of this project will bring novel methodologies and computational tools which help engineers to systematically design and validate the performance of their engineering systems.

Administering Organisation

Project Summary

DP0878269

Prof W Moran; Dr B La Scala; Dr IV Clarkson; Prof BG Quinn; Dr SD Howard; Prof AR Calderbank

Information Geometry and Compressive Sensing for Radar and Communications

Approved

Project Title

2008 :

2009 :

2010 :

2011 :

$ 208,000

$ 205,000

$ 175,000

$ 175,000

The University of Melbourne

Australia's vast distances, thin population and extensive sea approaches force us to place heavy reliance on telecommunications and the remote sensing that radar and other modalities can provide. This project will enchance capabilities in sensing to provide more reliable, robust and cost effective communications and surveillance over a wide area.

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Page 7


DP0878705

Prof MG Pandy; Dr R Baker; Prof HK Graham; Mr J Merritt

Patient specific Computational Tools for Diagnosing and Treating Gait Disorders in Children with Cerebral Palsy

Approved

Project Title

2008 :

2009 :

2010 :

$ 150,000

$ 105,000

$ 95,000

The University of Melbourne

This proposal addresses one of the most fundamental and difficult questions related to the treatment of children with cerebral palsy: Why do these children walk in a crouched position, with excessively bent hips and knees? High fidelity, patient specific computer simulations of walking can help to answer this question and, in so doing, can improve the outcomes of orthopaedic surgeries designed to correct movement abnormalities in these patients. Realistic computer simulations of human movement can play a pivotal role in healthcare through patient rehabilitation; in sports, through the development of personalized training programs for elite athletes; and in entertainment, through the creation of video games and animated films.

Administering Organisation

Project Summary

DP0877454

A/Prof PA Pearce

Exact solution of generalized models of polymers and percolation in two dimensions

Approved

Project Title

2008 :

2009 :

2010 :

2011 :

$ 94,000

$ 94,000

$ 90,000

$ 87,000

The University of Melbourne

Originating with the work of Rodney Baxter, Australia is the world leader in exactly solvable lattice models in two dimensions. This project, in strategic basic research, aims to continue this tradition and extend it by solving exactly new classes of two dimensional lattice models involving nonlocal degrees of freedom. Since this will lead to new universal classes of thermodynamic behaviours for a diverse range of polymer like systems, the potential for exploitation and commercialization is almost limitless. Potential applications include percolation of contaminants through aquifers, the spatial spread of epidemics and bushfires, the tertiary recovery of oil and filtering drinking water.

Administering Organisation

Project Summary

DP0877483

Prof DA Thomas; Dr MN Brazil; A/Prof JS Evans

Optimal Deployment of Wireless Sensor Networks

Approved

Project Title

2008 :

2009 :

2010 :

$ 85,000

$ 85,000

$ 80,000

The University of Melbourne

Wireless sensor networks consist of coordinated sensing devices that offer us new ways to understand and interact with the physical world. Australia is a leading player in developing such networks. For a given technology, the key to both optimising the quality of area monitoring and minimising the cost of a sensor network lies in deciding how best to deploy the sensors. We aim to develop powerful new methods to get the best performance from a planned sensor network. This will enhance Australia's research role in this area and directly benefit applications such as national security and environmental monitoring.

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Page 8


DP0878158

A/Prof B Vo; Prof AJ Baddeley; A/Prof A Doucet

Performance evaluation and characterisation for filtering in multi object system

Approved

Project Title

2008 :

2009 :

2010 :

$ 95,000

$ 90,000

$ 85,000

The University of Melbourne

The project falls within the National Research Priority of 'Safeguarding Australia' and associated research priority goal of 'Transforming Defence Technology'. The project outcomes will provide cutting edge technology in surveillance, and monitoring of potential threat in our air, sea, and land space. Fast, reliable information enable our personnel to make timely, intelligent judgements, and appropriate responses in the event of a threat, thereby maintaining Australia's operational advantage. Other application areas that benefits from our research include radar, sonar, guidance, navigation, air traffic control, image processing, oceanography, autonomous vehicles and robotics, remote sensing, and biomedical research.

Administering Organisation

Project Summary

DP0879951

Dr SO Warnaar; Prof A Ram



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