Number of Successful Proposals for Linkage Projects to Commence in 2010 by State and Organisation




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Number of Successful Proposals for Linkage   Projects to Commence in 2010 by State and Organisation

New South Wales

Charles Sturt University

1

Macquarie University

2

Southern Cross University

1

The University of New England

1

The University of New South Wales

28

The University of Newcastle

2

The University of Sydney

15

University of Technology, Sydney

2

University of Western Sydney

2

University of Wollongong

7

61

New South Wales

Victoria

Australian Catholic University

2

Deakin University

10

La Trobe University

2

Monash University

17

RMIT University

6

Swinburne University of Technology

2

The University of Melbourne

25

University of Ballarat

1

Victoria University

4

69

Victoria

Queensland

Griffith University

6

James Cook University

2

Queensland University of Technology

7

The University of Queensland

19

34

Queensland

South Australia

The Flinders University of South Australia

1

The University of Adelaide

8

University of South Australia

7

16

South Australia



Number of Successful Proposals for Linkage   Projects to Commence in 2010 by State and Organisation

Western Australia

Curtin University of Technology

5

Murdoch University

3

The University of Western Australia

8

16

Western Australia

Tasmania

University of Tasmania

3

3

Tasmania

Northern Territory

Charles Darwin University

1

1

Northern Territory

Australian Capital Territory

The Australian National University

10

University of Canberra

1

11

Australian Capital Territory

Total Number of Grants

211





Summary of Successful Linkage   Projects Proposals for Funding to Commence in 2010 by State and Organisation

New South Wales

Charles Sturt University

LP100100136

Prof Geoff M Gurr, Dr Angus J Carnegie, Mr Richard Bashford, Dr Robin A Bedding

Approved

Project Title

Protecting Australia’s pine plantations from exotic pests and climate change.

2010

$95,000.00

2011

$95,000.00

2012

$95,000.00

Primary FoR

0705

FORESTRY SCIENCES

APAI

1

Partner Organisations

Forestry Tasmania, Forests NSW, National Sirex Coordination Committee, NSW DPI

Administering Organisation

Project Summary

Charles Sturt University

This project will protect pine plantations (representing 57% of Australia's $3.3 billion pa forestry industry) from the dual threat of exotic pests and climate change. Sirex wood wasp has been well controlled until the recent, unprecedented, increase of ips bark beetles. The ips beetle is now disrupting biological control of sirex by its feeding activity so work is required to understand and combat this effect. The work is made more urgent by looming climate change because storm damage, drought and heat stressed trees are especially vulnerable to sirex attack. It is estimated that this novel pest management approach could save the industry at least $188 million pa based on a conservative estimate of reducing losses by 10%.

Macquarie University

LP100100312

Prof Deborah M Kane, Prof Paul D Smith, Dr Robert J Carman, Prof Chennupati Jagadish, Dr Lan Fu

Approved

Project Title

Integrated Photonics for Secure Communication and Related Applications in Financial Transaction Data Analysis

2010

$180,000.00

2011

$190,000.00

2012

$230,000.00

Primary FoR

0205

OPTICAL PHYSICS

Partner Organisations

Arq Indigo Research and Development Pty Ltd

Administering Organisation

Project Summary

Macquarie University

The project includes excellent basic science, semiconductor device fabrication and applied mathematics with explicitly identified consequences for innovation. There is strong potential for national economic benefits through the manufacture of new integrated photonic devices, the application of these devices in secure communication systems, the research of advanced non linear analysis protocols, and the implementation of these in financial transaction analysis. Professional development and research education of postgraduate students and early career researchers will be carried out in a multi disciplinary research environment with ongoing uptake of the research in industry and commercial sectors.

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Summary of Successful Linkage   Projects Proposals for Funding to Commence in 2010 by State and Organisation

LP100100256

Prof Graham E Town, Prof Neil H Weste

Approved

Project Title

Integrated energy conversion and management systems in silicon on sapphire.

2010

$119,661.00

2011

$109,339.00

2012

$111,000.00

Primary FoR

0906

ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING

APAI_IT

1

Partner Organisations

Sapphicon Semiconductor Pty Ltd

Administering Organisation

Project Summary

Macquarie University

The aim of this research is to develop specialised "power supply on a chip" integrated circuits (ICs) for efficient conversion and management of electrical energy. The project will utilise and develop the unique local expertise and IC fabrication capability in silicon on sapphire technology in partnership with Sapphicon Semiconductor Pty. Ltd. The ICs developed will be used to improve the performance of small scale electric power and transport systems based on alternative energy sources, thereby assisting energy self sufficiency in rural and remote communities and reducing Australia's dependence on fossil and other non renewable fuels. Sales of the ICs will also generate export income for Australian industry.

Southern Cross University

LP100100589

Prof Colleen M Cartwright, Dr Kelly A Shaw, A/Prof Jeffrey Soar, Ms Jacqueline A Kelly, Prof June M Heinrich, A/Prof Sivarama (Shankar) K Sankaran, Prof Neal F Ryan

Approved

Project Title

Strengthening leadership capacity in Australia's rapidly changing aged and community care sector

2010

$150,000.00

2011

$140,000.00

2012

$133,520.00

Primary FoR

1503

BUSINESS AND MANAGEMENT

APDI

Dr Kelly A Shaw

APAI

2

Partner Organisations

Baptist Community Services (NSW and ACT), Lutheran Community Care

Administering Organisation

Project Summary

Southern Cross University

The project supports the priorities of: ageing well and promoting an innovative culture and economy and links to the goal of social inclusion. It will contribute significantly towards improved performance and efficiency in an increasingly important sector which contributes to the national economy and provides both care and employment to many Australians. Rapidly increasing demands and challenges require effective, competent leadership to deal with competing tensions, in turn resulting in a more resilient and sustainable industry. This will contribute to more stability, reduced staff turnover and improved outcomes for residents/clients, including through new and innovative workplace culture and practices.

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Summary of Successful Linkage   Projects Proposals for Funding to Commence in 2010 by State and Organisation

The University of New England

LP100100880

Prof Julius H Van Der Werf, Prof Brian P Kinghorn

Approved

Project Title

Methods to infer dense genomic information from sparsely genotyped populations

2010

$100,000.00

2011

$90,000.00

2012

$90,000.00

Primary FoR

0604

GENETICS

Partner Organisations

Genus plc, Pfizer Animal Health

Administering Organisation

Project Summary

The University of New England

Prediction of phenotype based on DNA polymorphisms or sequence has important applications such as prediction of disease risk in human medicine and prediction of genetic value in plant or animal breeding. This project will enhance precision and lower the cost of association studies leading to substantial increase in accuracy of such predictions. This will allow more effective genetic improvement, particularly of difficult but important traits such as disease resistance, reduced green house gas emissions and product quality. The same methods can be extended to improve genetic improvement in plants and better prediction of human disease risk.

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Summary of Successful Linkage   Projects Proposals for Funding to Commence in 2010 by State and Organisation

The University of New South Wales

LP100100481

Prof Rose Amal, Dr Christopher W Chow, Dr May T Lim, Dr John A van Leeuwen, Prof Dr Dongsheng Wang, Prof Dr Gregory V Korshin, Ms Mary Drikas

Approved

Project Title

Development and Modellling of Advanced Coagulation and Oxidation Processes

2010

$189,000.00

2011

$182,000.00

2012

$186,000.00

Primary FoR

0904

CHEMICAL ENGINEERING

APAI_IT

1

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