From welfare to work, or work to welfare: will reform of the Community Development Employment Program help close the employment gap?




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Summary of Successful Discovery   Projects Proposals for Funding to Commence in 2011 by State and Organisation

DP110103322

Dr John P Rathjen

Approved

Project Title

Molecular characterisation of the Prf bacterial recognition complex of tomato

2011

$145,000.00

2012

$140,000.00

2013

$140,000.00

Primary FoR

0601

BIOCHEMISTRY AND CELL BIOLOGY

Administering Organisation

Project Summary

The Australian National University

This project will investigate the composition and function of a large protein complex in tomatoes that controls their ability to resist attack by bacteria. The results will provide understanding to how all plants resist all diseases, and may help to improve environmentally benign disease resistance in crop species.

DP110105419

Prof Andrew P Roberts, Prof Patrick De Deckker, Dr Marc D Norman, Dr Paul Hesse

Approved

Project Title

Australian dust: its response to, and role in, climate change

2011

$180,000.00

2012

$180,000.00

2013

$180,000.00

Primary FoR

0402

GEOCHEMISTRY

Administering Organisation

Project Summary

The Australian National University

Atmospheric dust plumes can affect global climate, but the impact of Australian dust on climate is poorly known even though it is a major dust source. This project will study the magnetism of dust deposits in marine sediments to understand how Australian dust influences climate in order to better predict the influence of humans on future climate.

DP110100975

Prof Andrei V Rode, Prof Wieslaw Z Krolikowski, Prof Miles J Padgett

Approved

Project Title

Nanometrology of laser trapped airborne particles

2011

$170,000.00

2012

$170,000.00

2013

$170,000.00

Primary FoR

1007

NANOTECHNOLOGY

Administering Organisation

Project Summary

The Australian National University

This project aims to develop a new concept of touch free measuring of physical characteristics of nanoparticles using specially designed optical vortex beams. The new concept will be of direct importance in developing new nanotechnologies demanding ever increasing purity of every element in the industrial environment and production processes.

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Summary of Successful Discovery   Projects Proposals for Funding to Commence in 2011 by State and Organisation

DP110101599

Dr Daniela Rubatto

Approved

Project Title

Tracing fluids and rare elements in the crust by combining microscale oxygen isotope analysis with geochronology

2011

$150,000.00

2012

$130,000.00

2013

$130,000.00

2014

$130,000.00

2015

$80,000.00

Primary FoR

0402

GEOCHEMISTRY

QEII

Dr Daniela Rubatto

Administering Organisation

Project Summary

The Australian National University

Aqueous fluids are responsible for the transfer of elements, metals and heat in the Earth's crust. This research will trace the mobility of fluids and their interaction with minerals using microanalysis of oxygen isotopes and radioactive elements. Understanding fluids is fundamental to understanding metamorphism and the formation of ore deposits.

DP110102098

Prof Malcolm Sambridge, Prof Brian L Kennett

Approved

Project Title

Taming the nonlinearity of geophysical inversions

2011

$115,000.00

2012

$120,000.00

2013

$130,000.00

2014

$33,000.00

Primary FoR

0404

GEOPHYSICS

Administering Organisation

Project Summary

The Australian National University

This project will develop new ways to extract information from complex geophysical data sets used to construct images of the Earth's interior. Applications will be important to indirect imaging problems in the physical and engineering sciences and particularly to the discovery of resources within the Earth upon which Australian society is dependent.

DP110103805

Dr Iain R Searle, Prof David J Tremethick, Dr Christopher A Helliwell

Approved

Project Title

Identifying components of a novel imprinting mechanism that regulates seed size in plants

2011

$80,000.00

2012

$65,000.00

2013

$65,000.00

Primary FoR

0607

PLANT BIOLOGY

Administering Organisation

Project Summary

The Australian National University

Australia is a major exporter of agricultural food crops thus producers must maintain their competitive advantage in order to compete on the world stage. This project will study a fundamental biological process of seed development as seeds are a major food staple and an important export product for Australian farmers.

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Summary of Successful Discovery   Projects Proposals for Funding to Commence in 2011 by State and Organisation

DP110101936

A/Prof Timothy J Senden, A/Prof Vincent S Craig, Dr Shannon Notley

Approved

Project Title

Using light to move molecules a novel approach to exploring intermolecular forces

2011

$135,000.00

2012

$115,000.00

2013

$115,000.00

Primary FoR

0306

PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY (INCL. STRUCTURAL)

Administering Organisation

Project Summary

The Australian National University

It is in the last few nanometres above a surface that many real world effects originate. Using a fine stylus and the momentum from a laser beam, the project will nano mechanically perturb molecules to reveal forces on a sub molecular scale. Gaining control at this scale is central to developing an understanding of many natural and industrial processes.

DP110101140

A/Prof Edith M Sevick

Approved

Project Title

Optical tweezers as a micro rheological probe of soft surfaces

2011

$150,000.00

2012

$130,000.00

2013

$140,000.00

Primary FoR

0904

CHEMICAL ENGINEERING

Administering Organisation

Project Summary

The Australian National University

Biomembranes are more than soft containers   their dynamic flexibility plays an important role in cell function, but measurements of mechanical properties of soft surfaces are non existent. This project develops and applies a new optical tweezers method to measure the flexibility of membranes and its effects upon the friction of nearby particles.

DP110101525

Prof Michael Shats, Dr Horst Punzmann, Prof Gregory Falkovich

Approved

Project Title

Extreme wave events on the water surface

2011

$110,000.00

2012

$110,000.00

2013

$110,000.00

Primary FoR

0299

OTHER PHYSICAL SCIENCES

Administering Organisation

Project Summary

The Australian National University

Giant waves observed in the ocean present a catastrophic threat to ships and offshore structures. Rogue waves in optical fibres, on the other hand, may help developing powerful light sources for long distance telecommunications. This study of capillary rogue waves on the water surface will help to predict and control the probability of extreme waves.

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Summary of Successful Discovery   Projects Proposals for Funding to Commence in 2011 by State and Organisation

DP110102888

Dr Adrian P Sheppard, Dr Vanessa Robins

Approved

Project Title

Foundations and advanced algorithms for topological image processing

2011

$85,000.00

2012

$85,000.00

2013

$85,000.00

Primary FoR

0801

ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE AND IMAGE PROCESSING

Administering Organisation

Project Summary

The Australian National University

Building on new links between the mathematical discipline of homology and digital images, this project develops a new class of topology driven image analysis techniques that will improve the accuracy and reliability of predictions made from the powerful new generation of three dimensional microscopes.

DP110102964

Dr Adrian P Sheppard, Dr Trond K Varslot, Dr Andrew M Kingston, Dr Glenn R Myers

Approved

Project Title

Dynamic tomography: high resolution, four dimensional imaging of processes

2011

$82,000.00

2012

$82,000.00

2013

$82,000.00

Primary FoR

0299

OTHER PHYSICAL SCIENCES

Administering Organisation

Project Summary

The Australian National University

This project will develop imaging technology that allows us to collect detailed, three dimensional movies of complex, microscopic processes in a laboratory. This technology will have applications in soil science, biology, oil extraction, and carbon sequestration.

DP110101953

Prof Tom Smith, Prof Terence J O'Neill, Prof Juliana Ng, Dr Barry R Oliver, A/Prof Karen L Benson, Dr Mahmuda S Akhtar

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