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Resilience and distributed systems for a healthy society

This project aims to develop an understanding of the link between the nature of distributed systems and the resilience that underpins healthy future societies. more...

Supervisor(s): Zomaya, Albert Y. (Professor), Vadas, Mathew (Professor)

Research into the development, application and testing of serious games (e.g. video games) for health and/or mental health; or initiatives utilising e-health (i.e. internet and mobile devices) across the lifespan

To investigate, develop and/or evaluate serious games for health/mental health; or to develop e-health initiatives for areas such as cancer, depression, anxiety, social phobia or AD more...

Supervisor(s): Campbell, Andrew (Dr)

Music Education

Research in music education at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music encompasses a wide range of perspectives on the teaching and learning of music in culturally diverse settings from more...

Supervisor(s): Marsh, Kathryn (Associate Professor), Webb, Michael (Dr), McEwan, Neil (Associate Professor)

Contemporary Art

Sydney College of the Arts is dedicated to providing established artists the opportunity to undertake advanced and original research. SCA offers two research degrees in contemporary more...

Supervisor(s): Rrap, Julie (Dr), Backen, Robyn (Ms), Bailey, Stuart (Mr), Beardmore, Rebecca (Ms), Doolan, Michael (Mr), Dwyer, Mikala (Ms), Findeis, Karin (Dr), Gavan, Jane (Dr), Geczy, Adam (Dr), Guy, Jan (Ms), Haines, David (Mr), Hinterding, Joyce (Ms), Lavery, Andrew (Mr), Smith, Oliver (Mr)

Ethnomusicology

Ethnomusicology, the study of music (and dance) in culture, including world music, traditional and popular musics, preservation, sustainability and change of musics, and practice-ba more...

Supervisor(s): Webb, Michael (Dr), Marsh, Kathryn (Associate Professor), Barwick, Linda (Professor)

Archer Study: The ARCHER adolescent rural cohort study of Health, Hormones, Environments, Education and Relationships

This is a longitudinal study on the effects of puberty hormones on adolescent behaviour, mood and wellbeing which has excellent opportunities for multi-disciplinary research more...

Supervisor(s): Steinbeck, Kate (Professor)

Research opportunities in bioethics, medical ethics and clinical ethics and law

Associate Professor Ainsley Newson is an Associate Professor in Bioethics at the Centre for Values, Ethics and the Law in Medicine in the School of Public Health. She has degree qua more...

Supervisor(s): Newson, Ainsley (Associate Professor)