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Number of Successful Proposals for Linkage Projects Round 2 for Funding
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New South Wales


Macquarie University

3

Southern Cross University

1

The University of New England

1

The University of New South Wales

20

The University of Newcastle

3

The
University of Sydney

10

University of Technology, Sydney

7

University of Western Sydney

2

University of Wollongong

4

New South Wales

51

Victoria


Deakin University

9

La Trobe University

1

Monash University

15

RMIT University

8

Swinburne
University of Technology

1

The University of Melbourne

15

Victoria

49

Queensland


Griffith University

6

Queensland University of Technology

7

The University of Queensland

18

University of the Sunshine Coast

1

Queensland

32

South Australia


The
Flinders University of South Australia

1

The University of Adelaide

11

University of South Australia

3

South Australia

15

Western Australia


Curtin University of Technology

5

Murdoch University

1

The University of Western Australia

12

Western
Australia

18

Tasmania


University of Tasmania

6

Tasmania

6


















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Northern Territory


Charles Darwin University

3

Northern Territory

3

Australian Capital Territory


The Australian National University

10

University of Canberra

1

Australian Capital
Territory

11

Total Number of Grants

185



















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New South Wales

Macquarie University

LP120200261




Napier, A/Prof Jemina M; Hale, Prof Sandra B; Spencer, Prof David L; Russell, Prof Debra L















Approved
Project Title



Participation in the administration of justice: deaf citizens as jurors























2012

$40,000.00

2013

$70,000.00

2014

$60,000.00

2015

$30,000.00

Total

$200,000.00



















Primary FoR




2003




LANGUAGE STUDIES















Partner Organisation(s)















Deaf Australia, Australian Federation of Deaf Societies, ASLIA NSW














Administering Organisation



Macquarie University















Project Summary




















This project
will pioneer international research on legal signed language interpreting and jury service; the results are
likely to innovate law reform. The expected outcome will be to overturn previously held common law that deaf people
cannot serve as jurors due to ha
ving an interpreter as the 13th person in the jury room as well as confidentiality
issues.


























LP120200315




Reynolds, A/Prof Robert ; Robinson, Dr Shirleene R; Jennings, Dr Rebecca ; Moore, Prof
Clive R; Willett, Dr Graham ;
Bradley, Mr Kevin J















Approved
Project Title



The past in the present: Australian lesbian and gay life stories























2012

$18,663.50

2013

$52,658.00

2014

$55,818.00

2015

$21,823.50

Total

$148,963.00



















Primary FoR




2103




HISTORICAL STUDIES















Partner Organisation(s)















National Library of Australia














Administering Organisation



Macquarie University















Project Summary




















This project will use oral history to record the past and present experiences of lesbi
an and gay Australians, making
this material accessible through the National Library of Australia, an online exhibition and a television documentary
series. The
project will inform and enrich Australian history and add a new dimension to contemporary debates.











































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LP120200231




Yang, Prof Jian ; Orgun, Prof Mehmet A; Wang, A/Prof Yan ; Air, Mr Michael ; Eichhorn, Mr
Benn ; Rej, Mr Tomasz















Approved
Project Title



A personalised social network based location search and recommender system























2012

$35,000.00

2013

$70,000.00

2014

$70,000.00

2015

$35,000.00

Total

$210,000.00



















Primary FoR




0805




DISTRIBUTED COMPUTING















Partner Organisation(s)















Roamz














Administering
Organisation



Macquarie University















Project Summary




















Inspired by the advance and popularity of social networks, this project will investigate new personalised
recommendation techniques in social networks. Mobile
services will be developed for users to search and obtain
recommendations as they wish based on their social relationships and behaviour in the social group.


























Southern Cross University

LP120200723




Sullivan, Prof Leigh A;
Rose, A/Prof Andrew L; Burton, A/Prof Edward D; Johnston, Dr Scott
G; Wong, Dr Vanessa N; Bush, Prof Richard T; Wood, Mr Michael R















Approved
Project Title



Resolving the geochemistry of coastal floodplain blackwaters























2012

$55,000.00

2013

$110,000.00

2014

$105,000.00

2015

$50,000.00

Total

$320,000.00



















Primary FoR




0402




GEOCHEMISTRY















Partner Organisation(s)















Richmond River County Council














Administering Organisation



Southern Cross University















Project Summary




















Deoxygenated dead zones are a rapidly growing global crisis in coastal areas. A major cause of dead zones in our
estuaries is the formation
and release of blackwaters from coastal wetlands. This project will provide the knowledge
necessary to manage blackwaters in these wetlands and to greatly improve the health and sustainability of our
estuaries.

















































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The
University of New England

LP120200192




Siriwardana, Prof Mahinda ; McNeill, Dr Judith M; Reeve, Dr Ian ; Meng, Dr Xianming ;
Simshauser, Prof Paul E; Nelson, Mr Tim
















Approved
Project Title



Adaptation to carbon
-
tax
-
induced changes
in energy demand in rural and regional Australia

























2012

$55,868.50

2013

$115,055.00

2014

$118,527.50

2015

$79,465.50

2016

$20,124.50

Total

$389,041.00





















Primary FoR




1402




APPLIED ECONOMICS
















Funded Participants:

APDI

Dr Xianming Meng





















Partner Organisation(s)
















AGL Energy Ltd















Administering Organisation



The University of New England
















Project Summary






















The Clean Energy Bills will create a more sustainable environment but have a large impact on energy sectors. This
project models the impact of the carbon tax and the responses of energy sectors.




























The
University of New South Wales

LP120200284




Bryant, Prof Richard A; Felmingham, Dr Kim L















Approved
Project Title



The neural effects of torture























2012

$93,244.50

2013

$186,489.00

2014

$186,489.00

2015

$93,244.50

Total

$559,467.00



















Primary FoR




1701




PSYCHOLOGY















Partner Organisation(s)















Advanced Research Clinical High
-
field Imaging














Administering Organisation



The University of

New South Wales















Project Summary




















Torture affects millions of people and causes much long
-
term psychological harm. This project aims to identify the
effects that torture has on the brain by studying torture survivors
in the context of a range of brain imaging
technologies that will lead to development of a model of the neural effects of torture to guide better treatments.











































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LP120200328




Chan, Prof Janet B; Poynton, Dr Suzanne M; Bruce, Dr Jasmine















Approved
Project Title



A study of work stress, workplace culture and wellbeing programs for lawyers and support
staff























2012

$18,896.00

2013

$54,064.50

2014

$59,851.50

2015

$24,683.00

Total

$157,495.00



















Primary FoR




1801




LAW















Partner Organisation(s)















Legal Aid Commission of NSW














Administering Organisation



The
University of New South Wales















Project Summary




















Work stress and mental health issues are now recognised as a serious problem among Australian lawyers. This
project examines the drivers of work stress in a large public
sector legal service organisation and identifies the most
effective workplace interventions for promoting mental health and wellbeing among legal service providers.


























LP120200347




Del Favero, Prof Dennis G; Harley, Prof Ross

R; Bennett, Prof Jill ; Thielscher, Prof Michael ;
Brown, Em/Prof Neil C; Stockings, Dr Craig A; Kuchelmeister, Mr Volker ; MacGregor, Mr
Anthony K; Reid, Dr Richard E















Approved
Project Title



Reformulating war memory as a dialogical
interactive narrative























2012

$76,415.50

2013

$159,481.00

2014

$157,331.00

2015

$74,265.50

Total

$467,493.00



















Primary FoR




1902




FILM, TELEVISION AND DIGITAL MEDIA















Partner
Organisation(s)















Australian Broadcasting Corporation, Army History Unit, Royal Australian Air Force Airpower Development Centre,
Australia Council , Department of Veterans' Affairs, Museum of Victoria














Administering
Organisation



The University of New South Wales















Project Summary




















The project uses cutting
-
edge visualisation technology to explore ways to communicate and understand the
collective experiences and memories of war.
The project will enable the active participation of defence personnel
and their families in the creation of a world first interactive archive of war stories.











































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LP120200777




Evans, Dr Jason P; Alexander, Dr Lisa V; Sherwood, Prof Steven C; Ji, Dr Fei















Approved
Project Title



Will East Coast Lows change in frequency or intensity in the future?
























2012

$40,000.00

2013

$80,000.00

2014

$80,000.00

2015

$40,000.00

Total

$240,000.00



















Primary FoR




0401




ATMOSPHERIC SCIENCES















Partner Organisation(s)















NSW Office of Environment and Heritage














Administering Organisation



The University of New South Wales















Project Summary




















East Coast Lows, the largest storms on the south
-
east coast of Australia, produce both large benefits and losses for
this highly populated region of the country.
An urgent national priority exists to understand the driving mechanisms
for these events and to quantify how the frequency and intensity of these systems will change due to climate
change.



























LP120200499




Ferry, Prof Michael ; Stanford, Dr Nicole ; Hodgson, Prof Peter D; Laws, Dr Kevin J; Quadir,
Dr Md Z; Fang, Dr Yuan















Approved
Project Title



Reducing the environmental impact of steel making through direct strip casting























2012

$35,000.00

2013

$70,000.00

2014

$70,000.00

2015

$35,000.00

Total

$210,000.00



















Primary FoR




0912




MATERIALS ENGINEERING















Partner Organisation(s)















Baoshan Iron and Steel Co Ltd














Administering Organisation



The University of New South Wales















Project Summary




















This project will investigate direct strip casting of steel, a technology that reduces the environmental footprint of
liquid
steel processing by up to 90 per cent. With the industry partner Baosteel, the project hopes to expand the application
of this process to more steel grades and to also assess possible new steel grades with improved properties.











































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LP120200724




Fogwill, Dr Christopher J; Turney, Prof Chris S; Meissner, Dr Katrin J















Approved
Project Title



Integrating past ice sheet dynamics with palaeoclimate in the Weddell Sea sector to evaluate
current and future
change in Antarctica























2012

$45,000.00

2013

$90,000.00

2014

$90,000.00

2015

$45,000.00

Total

$270,000.00



















Primary FoR




0406




PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY AND ENVIRONMENTAL GEOSCIENCE















Partner
Organisation(s)















Antarctic Logistics & Expeditions LLC (ALE)














Administering Organisation



The University of New South Wales















Project Summary




















This project will extend historical records
of change and understand the complex linkages between Antarctic climate
and ice sheet dynamics, thereby assisting in: (i) identifying the mechanisms of past and future ice sheet stability, and
(ii) communicating the research outputs to the general public,
helping scientific understanding.


























LP120200767




Hoffman, Prof Mark J; Crosky, Prof Alan G















Approved
Project Title



A novel solution to reducing cavitation wear in hydraulic systems























2012

$45,000.00

2013

$90,000.00

2014

$90,000.00

2015

$45,000.00

Total

$270,000.00



















Primary FoR




0912




MATERIALS ENGINEERING















Partner Organisation(s)















Permo
-
Drive Technologies Ltd














Administering Organisation



The University of New South Wales















Project Summary




















New coatings will be created which provide exceptional resistance to cavitation corrosion in hydraulic units. This
project will
enable the implementation of a novel regenerative drive unit for heavy vehicles and reduced fuel
consumption. Innovative new coatings of shape memory alloy and diamond like carbon will be developed.











































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LP120200074




Meiser,
A/Prof Bettina ; Kissane, Prof David W; Girgis, Prof Afaf ; Butow, Prof Phyllis N;
Goldstein, Prof David ; Hale, Prof Sandra B; Perry, Dr Astrid ; Aranda, Prof Sanchia K;
Sargeant, Mr Chris I















Approved
Project Title



Communication skills
training for oncology health care professionals working with culturally
and linguistically diverse patients























2012

$28,465.50

2013

$56,931.00

2014

$56,931.00

2015

$28,465.50

Total

$170,793.00



















Primary FoR




1112




ONCOLOGY AND CARCINOGENESIS















Partner Organisation(s)















Memorial Sloan
-
Kettering Cancer Center, Multicultural Health Service , Prince of Wales Hospital, Cancer Institute
NSW, Cancer Australia














Administering Organisation



The University of New South Wales















Project Summary




















The project will develop and evaluate two novel training programs designed to equip health professionals to
communicate with cancer
patients from different cultures. It is expected that the programs will improve trainees’
ability to communicate in a culturally sensitive way.


























LP120200075




Meiser, A/Prof Bettina ; Mitchell, Prof Philip B; Schofield, Prof

Peter R; Barlow
-
Stewart, A/Prof
Kristine K; Trevena, A/Prof Lyndal J; Dobbins, Dr Timothy A; Christensen, Prof Helen M















Approved
Project Title



Cluster randomised controlled trial of a psycho
-
educational intervention for people with a
family history of depressio
n for use in general practice
























2012

$33,209.50

2013

$66,419.00

2014

$66,419.00

2015

$33,209.50

Total

$199,257.00



















Primary FoR




1117




PUBLIC HEALTH AND HEALTH SERVICES















Partner Organisation(s)















NSW Ministry of Health , The Centre for Genetics Education, Neuroscience Research Australia














Administering Organisation



The University of New South Wales















Project
Summary




















Many individuals with a family history of depression are concerned about their personal risk for depression. This
project will develop and evaluate the first online psycho
-
educational intervention nationally and
internationally
targeted to individuals with a family history of depression for use in the general practice setting.











































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LP120200043




Newall, Dr Anthony T; Wood, Dr James G; McIntyre, Prof Peter B; Beutels, A/Prof Philippe ;
Menzies, Dr Robert















Approved
Project Title



Post
-
implementation economic evaluation of childhood vaccination programs























2012

$30,000.00

2013

$60,000.00

2014

$30,000.00

Total

$120,000.00



















Primary FoR




1117




PUBLIC HEALTH AND HEALTH SERVICES















Partner Organisation(s)















University of Antwerp, The Children's Hospital
at Westmead














Administering Organisation



The University of New South Wales















Project Summary




















This project will develop a novel framework for assessing the value for money achieved by childhood vaccination
programs. This will provide decision makers with methodologically sound economic assessments that incorporate
real world program outcomes.


























LP120200634




Ostrovski, Prof Oleg















Approved
Project Title



The use of Australian magnetite ore in advanced ironmaking























2012

$50,000.00

2013

$80,000.00

2014

$60,000.00

2015

$30,000.00

Total

$220,000.00



















Primary FoR




0914




RESOURCES ENGINEERING AND EXTRACTIVE METALLURGY















Partner Organisation(s)















POSCO














Administering Organisation



The University of
New South Wales















Project Summary




















The project will study reduction behaviour of Australian magnetite ore in advanced ironmaking with low emission of
greenhouse and hazardous substances. Efficient utilisation of
magnetite ore which economic demonstrated
resources constitute 9.5 gigatonnes will be of high importance to Australian industry and prosperity.











































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LP120200212




Raftery, A/Prof Mark J; Pickford, Dr Russell ; Cawley, Dr Adam T















Approved
Project Title



Proteomic approaches for the detection of administered peptide hormones, growth factors
and related substances in the horse























2012

$32,500.00

2013

$65,000.00

2014

$57,500.00

2015

$25,000.00

Total

$180,000.00



















Primary FoR




0301




ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY















Partner Organisation(s)















Australian Racing Forensic Laboratory














Administering Organisation



The University
of New South Wales















Project Summary




















This project will develop innovative techniques for the detection of new protein doping agents potentially used within
the Australian horse racing industry.


























LP120200614




Sahajwalla, Prof Veena















Approved
Project Title



Recycling lignocellulosic agricultural waste as an iron oxide reductant in ferrous processing























2012

$47,500.00

2013

$95,000.00

2014

$95,000.00

2015

$47,500.00

Total

$285,000.00



















Primary FoR




0907




ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING















Partner Organisation(s)















Microbiogen Pty Ltd, OneSteel Sydney Steel Mill














Administering

Organisation



The University of New South Wales















Project Summary




















This project seeks to recycle agricultural waste as a renewable carbon resource to replace coal
-
based metallurgical
coke as a raw material in ferrous
processing. This approach will lead to an innovative recycling of this waste,
wherein nothing is wasted and maximum value is extracted from agricultural materials.











































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LP120200481




Saunders, Prof Peter G















Approved
Project Title



A new healthy living minimum income standard for low
-
paid and unemployed Australians























2012

$45,309.00

2013

$89,122.50

2014

$87,206.00

2015

$43,392.50

Total

$265,030.00



















Primary
FoR




1605




POLICY AND ADMINISTRATION















Partner Organisation(s)















Catholic Social Services Australia Ltd, United Voice National Council, Australian Council of Social Services














Administering Organisation



The University of New South Wales















Project Summary




















This project will generate family budgets to support healthy living among low
-
wage workers, the unemployed and
their families. The project will build on past
Australian and recent international research and embody current
experience to make it relevant to real needs.


























LP120200219




Shang, A/Prof Xiaoyuan ; Fisher, A/Prof Karen R; Howell, Prof Jude ; Wei, Mr Wei















Approved
Project Title



Accountability and user participation in Chinese child welfare nongovernment organisations























2012

$40,610.50

2013

$76,162.00

2014

$77,996.00

2015

$42,444.50

Total

$237,213.00



















Primary FoR




1605




POLICY AND ADMINISTRATION















Partner Organisation(s)















Right To Play, China














Administering Organisation



The University of New South Wales















Project Summary




















The project will examine democratic and managerial accountability of Chinese child welfare nongovernment
organisations by talking with people who use and manage the services and analysing national datasets and policy.











































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LP120200234




Simnett, Prof Roger ; Green, A/Prof Wendy J; Cheng, A/Prof Mandy M; Balatbat, Dr Maria C;
Phua, Dr Yee Shih















Approved
Project Title



Enhancing integrated reporting: implications for internal and external reporting and
assurance























2012

$30,000.00

2013

$60,000.00

2014

$60,000.00

2015

$30,000.00

Total

$180,000.00



















Primary FoR




1501




ACCOUNTING, AUDITING AND ACCOUNTABILITY















Partner Organisation(s)















Institute of Chartered Accountants in Australia, CPA Australia














Administering Organisation



The University of New South Wales















Project Summary




















There is an increasing global demand for
companies to prepare integrated reports that includes both financial and
nonfinancial information. This project uses a multidisciplinary approach to provide evidence on the claimed benefits
of integrated reporting to inform the development of an internatio
nal integrated reporting and assurance framework.


























LP120200418




Thomas, Dr Torsten ; Munroe, Prof Paul R; Joseph, Dr Stephen D















Approved
Project Title



Development of the next generation of organo
-
mineral
fertilisers utilising domestic and
commercial waste products























2012

$50,000.00

2013

$110,000.00

2014

$120,000.00

2015

$60,000.00

Total

$340,000.00



















Primary FoR




0503




SOIL SCIENCES















Partner Organisation(s)















Renewed Carbon Pty Ltd














Administering Organisation



The University of New South Wales















Project Summary




















Australian agriculture relies heavily on fertilisers and
better products are needed that are derived from sustainable
sources, have minimal adverse environmental impact and support high plant yields. This project will apply advanced
approaches of nanostructural analysis and microbial ecology to developed next
-
ge
neration organo
-
mineral fertilisers.











































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LP120200495




Wenham, Prof Stuart R















Approved
Project Title



Innovative high
-
efficiency hybrid technology for commercial solar cells























2012

$60,000.00

2013

$120,000.00

2014

$120,000.00

2015

$110,000.00

2016

$100,000.00

2017

$50,000.00

Total

$560,000.00



















Primary FoR




0906




ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING















Partner Organisation(s)















Tianwei New Energy Holdings














Administering Organisation



The University of New South Wales















Project Summary




















The purpose of this project is to develop improved photovoltaic devices of
significantly higher efficiency and lower
cost than conventional screen
-
printed solar cells. This in turn will contribute to greatly reduced electricity costs from
non fossil
-
fuel based sources.


























LP120200814




Westbrook, Prof Johanna I; Georgiou, Dr Andrew















Approved
Project Title



Development of an evaluation model for assessing the effectiveness of ICT to integrate
services and improve service performance and client experience























2012

$45,000.00

2013

$90,000.00

2014

$90,000.00

2015

$70,000.00

2016

$25,000.00

Total

$320,000.00



















Primary FoR




1117




PUBLIC HEALTH AND HEALTH SERVICES















Partner Organisation(s)















UnitingCare














Administering Organisation



The University of New South Wales















Project Summary




















This research will deliver a new evaluation model for assessing how best to use information technology in
service
organisations to improve service co
-
ordination, performance and clients’ experiences. It focuses on information
technology use in the aged and community care sector which is critically in need of these benefits.











































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LP120200469




Yu, Prof Aibing B; Shen, Dr Yansong S
















Approved
Project Title



Model studies of new ironmaking processes

























2012

$90,000.00

2013

$180,000.00

2014

$180,000.00

2015

$90,000.00

Total

$540,000.00





















Primary FoR




0914




RESOURCES ENGINEERING AND EXTRACTIVE METALLURGY
















Funded Participants:

APDI

Dr Yansong S Shen





















Partner Organisation(s)
















Baosteel Company, Rio Tinto















Administering Organisation



The University of New South Wales
















Project Summary






















This project aims to study the fundamentals governing the multiphase flow and thermochemical performance in
representative new ironmaking processes, and formulate some useful strategies for the design, control and
optimisation of next generation of ironmaking technology which is useful to Australia's future mineral and steel
industries.




























The University of Newcastle

LP120200321




Goodwin, Prof Graham C; Middleton, Prof Richard H; Aguero Vasquez, Dr Juan C; Mahata, Dr
Kaushik ; Karlsson, Dr Robert S; Manssour, Mr Jawad ; Wigren, Dr Torbjorn















Approved
Project Title



Scheduling and quality of service in Long Term Evolution telecommunications























2012

$65,000.00

2013

$125,000.00

2014

$115,000.00

2015

$55,000.00

Total

$360,000.00



















Primary FoR




0906




ELECTRICAL
AND ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING















Partner Organisation(s)















Ericsson AB














Administering Organisation



The University of Newcastle















Project Summary




















There is an explosion of
mobile telecommunications with over 50 billion connections expected by 2020. The next
generation of mobile broadband will be based on a new technology known as Long Term Evolution (LTE) and, in this
context, the goal of this project is to improve the effic
iency of these systems by developing new techniques for
scheduling.











































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LP120200393




Harvey, Dr Mark D; Clark, A/Prof Ian D; Kostanski, Dr Laura M















Approved
Project Title



Aboriginal place names and
ethnobiology: enhancing interpretation of Indigenous culture
and heritage























2012

$17,500.00

2013

$35,000.00

2014

$35,000.00

2015

$17,500.00

Total

$105,000.00



















Primary FoR




1699




OTHER STUDIES IN
HUMAN SOCIETY















Partner Organisation(s)















Surveyor
-
General of Victoria, NT Department of Lands and Planning, Pine Creek Aboriginal Advancement Association














Administering Organisation



The University of
Newcastle















Project Summary




















This project looks at how Indigenous people’s knowledge of place names and bush tucker can create opportunities
for Indigenous communities in areas such as tourism. The project aims to do
this by harnessing new advances in
digital media which offer new ways of passing on this knowledge to both Indigenous and intercultural audiences.


























LP120200494




Willgoose, Prof Garry R; Kiem, Dr Anthony S; Verdon
-
Kidd, Dr Danielle C; Kuczera, Prof
George A; Berghout, Dr Brendan L; Chowdhury, Dr Shahadat ; Ji, Dr Fei















Approved
Project Title



The influence of East Coast Lows on the water security
of coastal New South Wales























2012

$50,000.00

2013

$100,000.00

2014

$100,000.00

2015

$50,000.00

Total

$300,000.00



















Primary FoR




0406




PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY AND ENVIRONMENTAL GEOSCIENCE















Partner Organisation(s)















NSW Office of Environment and Heritage, Sydney Catchment Authority, Hunter Water Corporation, NSW Office of
Water, NSW Department of Finance and Services














Administering Organisation



The University
of Newcastle















Project Summary




















East Coast Lows (ECL) often result in major flooding but this water is also important for "topping up" water storages
along the east Australian coast. This project will study and
understand the relationship between ECLs and water
security along the densely populated eastern seaboard, particularly how ECL behaviour may alter under climate
change.


















































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The University of Sydney

LP120200521




Adams,
Prof Mark A; McBratney, Prof Alexander B; Barbour, Dr Margaret M; Whitehead, Dr
David ; Laubach, Dr Johannes ; Millard, Prof Peter ; Jacobson, Ms Gloria A; Rella, Dr
Christopher ; Crosson, A/Prof Eric R















Approved
Project Title



Methane
and nitrous oxide in agro
-
ecological systems: novel technologies and
understandings to improve ecosystem management























2012

$102,500.00

2013

$185,000.00

2014

$162,500.00

2015

$80,000.00

Total

$530,000.00



















Primary FoR




0401




ATMOSPHERIC SCIENCES















Partner Organisation(s)















Picarro Inc, Landcare Research, Coolringdon Pastoral Company, Hazeldean Pty Ltd, The Philip Bushell Foundation,
Auscott Limited














Administering Organisation



The University of Sydney















Project Summary




















Methane and nitrous oxide are critical greenhouse gases but globally we lack ecosystem scale analyses of the
balance of emissions, including
animal emissions, and soil oxidation. This project will quantify this balance for a
range of agro
-
ecosystems, and explore and develop opportunities for improving soil
-
based Greenhouse Gas (GHG)
mitigation measures.


























LP120200696




Bilek, Prof Marcela M; McKenzie, Prof David R















Approved
Project Title



New generation evacuated glazing for emissions reduction in the built environment























2012

$140,000.00

2013

$260,000.00

2014

$225,000.00

2015

$105,000.00

Total

$730,000.00



















Primary FoR




0202




ATOMIC, MOLECULAR, NUCLEAR, PARTICLE AND PLASMA PHYSICS















Partner Organisation(s)















VELUX A/S














Administering
Organisation



The University of Sydney















Project Summary




















Energy consumption in buildings now rivals that of transport and agriculture. A new collaboration between the
University of Sydney (inventor of evacuated
glazing) and world leading glazing manufacturer, VELUX, will deliver
new vacuum insulated windows made from toughened glass that will offer both safety and record performance.











































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LP120200259




Clarke, Dr Anne F; Bashford, Prof

Alison C















Approved
Project Title



The archaeology and history of quarantine























2012

$150,000.00

2013

$290,000.00

2014

$260,000.00

2015

$120,000.00

Total

$820,000.00



















Primary FoR




2101




ARCHAEOLOGY















Partner Organisation(s)















Mawland Quarantine Station Pty Ltd














Administering Organisation



The University of Sydney















Project Summary




















This project
investigates the stories of people, place and passage inscribed in the landscape at Sydney's Quarantine
Station. Immigration connects people and places to the wider world, and this project investigates the international
connections that bind the experience

and history of quarantine and diverse immigration sites across the globe.


























LP120200770




Crock, Prof Mary E; Boucher, Dr Anna K; Castles, Prof Julian S; Hiscox, Prof Michael J;
Thielemann, Dr Eiko R; Cully, Mr Mark R















Approved
Project Title



Comparing immigration policy in the ‘group of five’: developing an evidence base for
evaluating the role of policy in international migration























2012

$60,000.00

2013

$115,000.00

2014

$100,000.00

2015

$45,000.00

Total

$320,000.00



















Primary FoR




1605




POLICY AND ADMINISTRATION















Partner Organisation(s)















Harvard University, The London School of Economics and Political Science, Department of Immigration and
Citizenship, Migration Institute of Australia














Administering Organisation



The University of Sydney















Project Summary




















Testing the impact of immigration policy is an interdisciplinary, multi
-
national study evaluating the policy
management of immigration movements over 50 years and across the five countries Australia uses as comparators.
It includes a
detailed study of measures to deter and otherwise control irregular migration.











































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LP120200489




Dehghani, A/Prof Fariba ; Chrzanowski, Dr Wojciech















Approved
Project Title



Clean technologies for the synthesis and purification of a biohybrid and biodegradable
polymer























2012

$47,500.00

2013

$95,000.00

2014

$95,000.00

2015

$47,500.00

Total

$285,000.00



















Primary FoR




0904




CHEMICAL ENGINEERING















Partner Organisation(s)















CO2Starch Pty Ltd














Administering Organisation



The University of Sydney















Project Summary




















The project aims to transform an

Australian industry in the forefront of the global market for manufacturing
biodegradable polymers and boost export earnings derived from CO2 based biohybrid polymers. The project will
develop cost
-
effective and clean methods for processing CO2 based poly
mers and demonstrate its potential for
packaging and biomedical applications.


























LP120200585




Langrish, Prof Timothy A















Approved
Project Title



Improving the scale
-
up of spray drying for bioactive extracts
and fibres























2012

$17,500.00

2013

$35,000.00

2014

$35,000.00

2015

$17,500.00

Total

$105,000.00



















Primary FoR




0904




CHEMICAL ENGINEERING















Partner Organisation(s)















Lang
Technologies Pty Ltd














Administering Organisation



The University of Sydney















Project Summary




















The project will develop new processing techniques that will contribute to better functional foods and
bioactive
products from fruit and vegetable wastes. The total national crop of fruit and vegetables produces over 3 million
tonnes of wastes, where the bioactive materials in the wastes have a potential value of $3 billion/year.











































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LP120200630




Raadsma, Prof Herman W; Zenger, Dr Kyall R; Leigh, Dr Kellie A; Tobey, Ms Jennifer















Approved
Project Title



Addressing koala conservation management needs: applying novel genomic methods and
assessing ecological
exchangeability across the species range























2012

$25,513.00

2013

$41,783.50

2014

$32,096.00

2015

$15,825.50

Total

$115,218.00



















Primary FoR




0502




ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE AND MANAGEMENT















Partner Organisation(s)















San Diego Zoo Global, Conservation Ecology Centre Pty Ltd














Administering Organisation



The University of Sydney















Project Summary




















One of Australia's most iconic
species, the koala, is under threat. This project will use cutting edge whole
-
genome
technology to assess levels of genetic diversity and population differentiation across the species range, to inform the
setting of conservation management units.


























LP120200528




Rasmussen, Prof Kim J; Zhang, Dr Hao ; Filonov, Mr Alexander ; Mysore, Mrs Kavitha ;
Sharma, Mr Sandeep















Approved
Project Title



Long
-
span cold
-
formed steel portal frames























2012

$22,000.00

2013

$44,000.00

2014

$45,500.00

2015

$23,500.00

Total

$135,000.00



















Primary FoR




0905




CIVIL ENGINEERING















Partner Organisation(s)















BlueScope Lysaght














Administering Organisation



The University of Sydney















Project Summary




















Novel solutions will be developed for building portal frames in cold
-
formed steel at effectively twice the span currently
available. Economies are

derived from using cold
-
formed steel, which will benefit the end consumer and help the
Australian steel industry to maintain its position as preeminent provider of innovative cold
-
formed steel solutions.











































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LP120200237




Rissel, Prof Chris ; Greaves, A/Prof Stephen P; Wen, Dr Li Ming ; Capon, Prof Anthony G















Approved
Project Title



The development and application of an evaluation framework to assess transport, health and
economic impacts of new urban
cycling infrastructure























2012

$80,294.00

2013

$135,278.50

2014

$110,815.50

2015

$55,831.00

Total

$382,219.00



















Primary FoR




1117




PUBLIC HEALTH AND HEALTH SERVICES















Partner
Organisation(s)















National Heart Foundation of Australia, NSW Roads and Traffic Authority, NSW Ministry of Health , City of Sydney
Council, Premier's Council for Active Living














Administering Organisation



The University of
Sydney















Project Summary




















This project will develop and apply a more accurate and simpler approach to measure the impacts of new cycling
infrastructure, than is currently available