|Mr Abel Perez Abad||His research interests include Sociolinguistics, Cognitive Linguistics, Sociocultural Studies, New Trends in Foreign Language Teaching and Technology Enhanced Language Learning (TELL)
|Asst Prof Abid Hussain||-Waste management
-Microbial electrochemical technologies (MET) for production of value-added materials
-Synthesis gas fermentation to transportation fuels and industrial compounds
-Anaerobic digestion (AD) & integrated processes for resource recovery
-Biosensors for real time monitoring and control of GHG emissions
-Microbial extracellular electron transport (EET), and syntrophic interactions for resource recovery
|Assoc Prof Ajai Vyas||My main interest is consequences of Toxoplasma gondii infection in its intermediate hosts. Toxoplasma is a protozoan parasite that infects humans and a variety of livestock species. This parasite causes fetal death in sheep and goat when contracted during early and mid-phase of the pregnancy.
Most of Toxoplasma infections in herbivore hosts are initiated through food contaminated with cat fecal material. This is because cats are essential for the sexual phase of Toxoplasma life cycle. Cats are infected when they eat small rodents infected with Toxoplasma, leading to shedding of stable oocysts into the environment in cat poo. Thus the transmission from small rodents to cats provide a bottleneck to Toxoplasma transmission; one that could be useful for control of Toxoplasmosis. I am interested in how Toxoplasma circumvents this bottleneck through biochemical and hormonal subterfuge. I have also shown that Toxoplasma can be sexually transmitted from males to females through ejaculate.
My current research project is situated in Kangaroo Island south of Adelaide. Sheep in this island show remarkably higher rates of Toxoplasmosis compared to mainland South Australia. Conservation authorities are planning to remove all cats from Kangaroo Island in the next few years. This should lead to disruption of Toxoplasma life cycle which needs cats. My goal is to confirm that scientific prediction by measuring epidemiology of Toxoplasma in small rodents and sheep before and after cat removal. This project is in collaboration with the University of Adelaide.
|Asst Prof Amer Mohammad Yusuf Mohammad Ghias||1- High Power Density Wide-Band-Gap Converters
2- Multilevel Converters
- Fault-Tolerant Converters
- Advanced Modulation Techniques
3- Novel Converters Topologies
4- Flexible AC Transmissions and High voltage DC Current
- Hybrid Energy Storage
- Advanced Control Methods
1- Research Fellow
2- Research Associate
3- Ph.D. Position
4- MEng Position
|Assoc Prof Anilkumar K Samtani||Prof Samtani's areas of expertise are in intellectual property law and information technology law. His current research works focus on trademarks and bilateralism in intellectual property rule-making.
|Dr Daniel Siew Hoi Kok||Daniel has spoken in the International Military Testing Association (IMTA) conference, international conference on Researching for Work and Learning (RWL) and the Adult Learning Symposium (ALS). His research interests include:
1. Leadership and leadership development
2. Professional learning and development
3. Adult learning, development and performance
4. Human resource consulting
|Asst Prof Eleanor Slade||I am an ecologist, whose research focuses on the challenges and opportunities associated with conservation, management, and restoration of tropical forest landscapes. I am particularly interested in “the little things that run the world”, and my research focuses on the links between biodiversity and ecosystem functioning, with a particular emphasis on linking invertebrate diversity and community interactions. Much of my research has focused on using dung beetles as model systems but I have worked on a range of taxa from dung beetles, moths and woodlice to hornbills and small mammals in both tropical (Malaysia, Philippines, Belize) and temperate (UK, Finland) environments. I am also interested in the development of policy and best practice in the oil palm industry and I am working with government agencies and NGOs engaged in land-use planning in Sabah, Malaysia.
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|Prof Helga Nowotny||STS, science and technology studies; research and innovation policy
|Assoc Prof Ho Hiang Kwee||Sustainable energy and climate change mitigation technologies and systems, including conventional power generation technologies, fuel cells, and integrated energy systems; and in computer based modeling, analysis, design, monitoring and management of thermal and energy systems.
|Dr Hong Yan||His current research interests are:
-Plant secondary metabolism and genetic manipulation
-Genetic modification of plant: technology, field trial and regulatory approval
-Genomics and genetics of tropical tree species