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Spatio-temporal geodata mining

Observations suggest that fundamental evolutionary cycles on Earth, including major sea-level fluctuations and pulses of deep Earth resource formation are linked to tectonic and dee more...

Supervisor(s): Muller, Dietmar (Professor), Chandra, Rohitash (Dr)

Change detection in hydrology

The quantity and quality of water in our streams is dependent on many factors including climate, land use and management.  This leads to questions about how much impact have th more...

Supervisor(s): Bishop, Thomas (Associate Professor)

Adaptation to variable climate and mitigation of greenhouse emissions in the beef industry

The Livestock in Future Landscapes Program seeks to understand how livestock interact with the environment and how these interactions determine the efficiency of production (growth, more...

Supervisor(s): Gonzalez, Luciano (Associate Professor)

Combined, Correlative and Integrated Microscopy: Unraveling Biomolecular Structure-Function Activities in Cancer & Transendothelial Transport

Our team seek to understand the spatial and temporal mechanisms involved in the onset and progress of colorectal cancer by using state-of-the-art multidimensional microscopy and 3-D more...

Supervisor(s): Braet, Filip (Associate Professor)

Soil-landscape dynamic modelling

Soil is the largest terrestrial store of carbon. Understanding causes and controls of spatial and temporal variation of this carbon pool is crucial for managing climate change, food more...

Supervisor(s): Minasny, Budiman (Professor)

Transforming frequently and remotely collected LW data into high-value information for dairy farmers

Monitoring and management of live weight (LW) in dairy cattle is critical because of its relationship with energy balance, milk production, nutrient requirements, disease and welfar more...

Supervisor(s): Gonzalez, Luciano (Associate Professor)

Improving productivity, profitability, sustainability, and animal health and welfare of extensive and intensive beef cattle production using automatic monitoring and management systems

The Livestock in Future Landscapes Program seeks to understand how livestock interact with the environment and how these interactions determine the efficiency of production (growth, more...

Supervisor(s): Gonzalez, Luciano (Associate Professor)

Infra-red thermography and radio frequency identification for detection of stress of livestock in lairage

A PhD project funded by the Australian Meat Processor Corporation is available aiming to maintain high standards of animal welfare of livestock during lairage in abattoirs. This wil more...

Supervisor(s): Gonzalez, Luciano (Associate Professor)

Recalibration mechanisms in vision: Adapting to a changing environment

To survive successfully humans must accurately with the environment. However, the environmental conditions can change, sometimes drastically in a very short time. An organism is ver more...

Supervisor(s): Verstraten, Frans (Professor)

Improving treatments in childhood apraxia of speech

My research comes from my clinical experiences and a drive to do better, more effective speech pathology. more...

Supervisor(s): McCabe, Tricia (Professor), Ballard, Kirrie (Professor), Purcell, Alison (Dr)