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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Approved

Project Title

Surviving financial crises: a study of the Australian Government securities market

2011

$148,000.00

2012

$131,000.00

2013

$151,000.00

Primary FoR

1502

BANKING, FINANCE AND INVESTMENT

Administering Organisation

Project Summary

The Australian National University

This project assesses the capacity of the Australian Government securities market to meet investor demand in times of financial crises. The outcomes will provide governments in Australia and other countries with the necessary tools to enhance the efficiency of securities markets and to flag liquidity problems in a timely manner.

Page 26




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

DP110105020

Prof Daniel Stoljar, Prof Frank C Jackson

Approved

Project Title

Philosophical progress

2011

$80,000.00

2012

$75,000.00

2013

$75,000.00

Primary FoR

2203

PHILOSOPHY

Administering Organisation

Project Summary

The Australian National University

Understanding the nature and possibility of progress in philosophy will shed light not only on philosophy as a funded research discipline within the university system in Australia, but also on the nature of research within the humanities and social sciences more generally.

DP110105284

Dr Carolyn Strange, Prof Christopher E Forth, Dr Rosanne Kennedy

Approved

Project Title

Family, violence and honour: the Walworth Murder

2011

$60,000.00

2012

$43,000.00

2013

$35,000.00

Primary FoR

2002

CULTURAL STUDIES

Administering Organisation

Project Summary

The Australian National University

Australian statistics confirm that violence within the family is an intractable problem. Real life narratives of spousal abuse and murder, including historical cases, provide compelling evidence of the causes and costs of family conflict. This project underlines the ways in which power asymmetries within families can become risk factors for violence.

DP110102364

Dr Shunichi Takahashi

Approved

Project Title

Understanding the mechanisms of thermal acclimation in the symbiotic algae (Symbiodinium) within cnidarian corals

2011

$120,000.00

2012

$120,000.00

2013

$120,000.00

2014

$120,000.00

2015

$120,000.00

Primary FoR

0607

PLANT BIOLOGY

ARF

Dr Shunichi Takahashi

Administering Organisation

Project Summary

The Australian National University

Global warming is a major threat to coral reefs, contributing to devastating coral bleaching. This project will provide new insight into how coral reefs can respond to rising global temperature through clarifying the thermal acclimation mechanisms in corals using molecular techniques.

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

DP110102003

Dr Hark H Tan

Approved

Project Title

III V Semiconductor Nanowire Solar Cells

2011

$200,000.00

2012

$180,000.00

2013

$176,000.00

Primary FoR

0906

ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING

Administering Organisation

Project Summary

The Australian National University

III V semiconductors, proven as excellent photovoltaic materials, combined with unique properties of nanowires will be investigated as new materials for third generation high efficiency solar cells. It will lead to fundamental understanding of photovoltaic mechanisms in nanowires and demonstration of nanowire solar cells for future applications.

DP110103113

Dr Julie Thorpe

Approved

Project Title

World War One Refugees in Austria Hungary and the international community, 1914 1923

2011

$102,000.00

2012

$87,000.00

2013

$83,646.00

Primary FoR

2103

HISTORICAL STUDIES

APD

Dr Julie Thorpe

Administering Organisation

Project Summary

The Australian National University

This project investigates how refugee movements in the Austro Hungarian Empire during World War One contributed to the empire's collapse in 1918. It explores the impact of war, forced migrations, nationalism and the international community on the breakdown of modern state and civil society structures in Central and Eastern Europe.

DP110103173

Dr Alwen F Tiu, A/Prof Rajeev P Gore, Prof Dale Miller

Approved

Project Title

Evidence based frameworks for security protocol verification

2011

$105,000.00

2012

$110,000.00

2013

$140,000.00

2014

$145,000.00

2015

$115,000.00

Primary FoR

0802

COMPUTATION THEORY AND MATHEMATICS

ARF

Dr Alwen F Tiu

Administering Organisation

Project Summary

The Australian National University

Security protocols are an essential part of secure communication networks. This project aims to develop verification techniques for security protocols that produce independently verifiable formal certificates of correctness. The project's outcome will contribute to the certification processes for secure network systems at the highest level of assurance.

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

DP110100422

Prof Carola G Vinuesa

Approved

Project Title

The role of Roquin in microRNA function and decay

2011

$195,000.00

2012

$170,000.00

2013

$210,000.00

Primary FoR

0604

GENETICS

Administering Organisation

Project Summary

The Australian National University

The aim of this study is to understand how microRNAs (newly discovered genetic components that control cell growth and survival) function and are regulated. The expected discoveries will help understand how common cancers including breast cancer and autoimmune diseases emerge, and will help develop cutting edge genetic technologies.

DP110103836

Prof Susanne Von Caemmerer

Approved

Project Title

Using Arabidopsis mutants to discover the role of guard cell chloroplasts in the stomatal response to light

2011

$105,000.00

2012

$105,000.00

2013

$105,000.00

Primary FoR

0607

PLANT BIOLOGY

Administering Organisation

Project Summary

The Australian National University

This project will use novel molecular approaches to study how guard cells on the surface of leaves regulate plant water loss and CO2 uptake. This will provide new molecular tools for improving plant water use in agricultural species and aid process based modelling of CO2 and water exchange needed for predicting climate change.

DP110104269

Prof Susanne Von Caemmerer, Dr John R Evans, Dr Margaret M Barbour

Approved

Project Title

Oxygen isotope discrimination during C4 photosynthesis.

2011

$110,000.00

2012

$110,000.00

2013

$110,000.00

Primary FoR

0607

PLANT BIOLOGY

Administering Organisation

Project Summary

The Australian National University

Plants with the C4 photosynthetic pathway, like sugarcane and pasture grasses, are vital to Australian agriculture and natural ecosystems. This project will use novel laser spectroscopy to measure oxygen isotope discrimination during photosynthesis and quantify the influence of C4 plants on isotopic signatures of atmospheric CO2.

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

DP110102753

Dr Rongping Wang, Prof Salvy P Russo, Prof Dr Himanshu Jain, Prof Kia L Ngai

Approved

Project Title

Understanding and optimising the microstructure of Germanium Arsenic Selenium glasses for superior device performance

2011

$70,000.00

2012

$70,000.00

2013

$70,000.00

Primary FoR

0912

MATERIALS ENGINEERING

Administering Organisation

Project Summary

The Australian National University

The project will seek to use a combined theoretical and experimental approach to develop 'state of the art' optical glass materials for use in integrated nonlinear optical components. Such materials could be used as optical waveguides in broadband communication systems and offer the possibility of significant improvement in telecommunication performance.

DP110101998

Prof Alan H Welsh, Dr Samuel Mueller

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