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




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

Project Summary

The Australian National University

Advocates of the world's first global climate theory asserted that deforestation caused desertification. Understanding how this theory, called desiccation theory, launched and guided the world wide environmental movement helps us to better understand the benefits and problems associated with our present day climate theory global warming.

DP110101097

Prof Peter S Bellwood, Dr Hsiao chun Hung, Dr Marc F Oxenham, Dr Philip J Piper

Approved

Project Title

The archaeological and biological foundations of Southeast Asia, 2500 to 1000 BC

2011

$170,000.00

2012

$160,000.00

2013

$288,000.00

2014

$103,000.00

2015

$103,000.00

Primary FoR

2101

ARCHAEOLOGY

ARF

Dr Philip J Piper

Administering Organisation

Project Summary

The Australian National University

This project investigates the origins and ancestral migrations of the populations of Southeast Asia. It focuses on the period around 2000 BC when 'Neolithic' societies, populations and languages spread across the region. The project will examine evidence for migration, food production and population ancestry in Vietnam, the Philippines and adjacent regions.

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

DP110103501

Prof Valerie A Braithwaite

Approved

Project Title

Regulation and social capital

2011

$55,000.00

2012

$89,000.00

2013

$100,000.00

2014

$90,000.00

2015

$30,000.00

Primary FoR

1801

LAW

Administering Organisation

Project Summary

The Australian National University

This project looks at regulation from the perspective of regulators and regulated communities. It seeks an account of regulatory implementation that is most likely to produce respectful, cooperative and effective engagement between authorities and the public.

DP110103168

Dr Marcel Cardillo, Dr Lindell D Bromham

Approved

Project Title

Origins of a biodiversity hotspot flora: diversification of the Australian Proteaceae

2011

$130,000.00

2012

$130,000.00

2013

$130,000.00

Primary FoR

0603

EVOLUTIONARY BIOLOGY

Administering Organisation

Project Summary

The Australian National University

Why does Australia's only biodiversity hotspot, with nearly 3000 endemic plant species, occur in an area with poor soils and low rainfall? This project will analyse DNA sequences from over 1000 plant species of the Australian Proteaceae, many found only in this hotspot, to help us understand the evolutionary and ecological origins of this iconic flora.

DP110100925

Prof John D Close, Dr Nicholas P Robins, Prof Wolfgang Ertmer, Prof Ernst M Rasel

Approved

Project Title

Precision inertial sensing with cold atoms

2011

$120,000.00

2012

$110,000.00

2013

$110,000.00

Primary FoR

0915

INTERDISCIPLINARY ENGINEERING

Administering Organisation

Project Summary

The Australian National University

Many advances in our technology driven society rely on precision measurement. The project will provide the Australian industrial and government sectors with new and better inertial sensors to measure acceleration, rotation and gravity. The technology will find application in navigation, defence, mineral exploration, earth science and fundamental physics.

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

DP110101983

Prof Phil R Cummins

Approved

Project Title

New observational constraints on 2004 2007 rupture of the Sumatra megathrust

2011

$110,000.00

2012

$110,000.00

2013

$100,000.00

Primary FoR

0404

GEOPHYSICS

Administering Organisation

Project Summary

The Australian National University

This project will develop innovative methods and generate new data for studying the rupture of giant subduction zone earthquakes and the generation of destructive tsunamis. This will lead to a better understanding of these phenomena that will enhance our ability to forecast, warn and map the hazards associated with them.

DP110102879

Prof Mahananda Dasgupta, Dr Kouichi Hagino, Prof Jeffrey A Tostevin

Approved

Project Title

From coherent to dissipative dynamics in complex quantum systems: opening a new window through nuclear fusion

2011

$150,000.00

2012

$150,000.00

2013

$150,000.00

Primary FoR

0202

ATOMIC, MOLECULAR, NUCLEAR, PARTICLE AND PLASMA PHYSICS

Administering Organisation

Project Summary

The Australian National University

The new ideas and precision measurement technologies in the project will enhance the reputation of Australian research in the fundamental subjects of quantum tunnelling and nuclear fusion. The cutting edge work, and its international linkages, provides outstanding training in quantum and nuclear science of national and international significance.

DP110103926

Prof Patrick De Deckker, Dr Stefan Schouten, Dr Sabine Schmidt

Approved

Project Title

Pre industrial sea surface temperatures in the Australian region

2011

$90,000.00

2012

$70,000.00

2013

$90,000.00

Primary FoR

0406

PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY AND ENVIRONMENTAL GEOSCIENCE

Administering Organisation

Project Summary

The Australian National University

Humanity faces an enormous challenge as there is much debate on whether the world is warming up and when this started. This project will document sea surface temperature records over the last millennium for the Australian region and provide data of critical importance to global climatology and oceanography that precede the instrumental record.

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

DP110102622

Prof Keith M Dowding, Mr Aaron J Martin, A/Prof Edward S Adler, Prof Peter C John

Approved

Project Title

Policy agendas in the Australian Commonwealth Government

2011

$90,000.00

2012

$99,000.00

2013

$98,000.00

Primary FoR

1606

POLITICAL SCIENCE

Administering Organisation

Project Summary

The Australian National University

Who leads the agenda: the government; the public or the media? Is legislation 'normal business' or a response to crisis? Does changing the government really change much? By systematically analysing legislation, the media and public opinion over a forty year period this project can answer these questions more thoroughly than ever before.

DP110103177

Prof Christopher J Easton, Prof Stephen F Lincoln

Approved

Project Title

Design and synthesis of operating molecular machines and solution and solid state devices

2011

$160,000.00

2012

$160,000.00

2013

$160,000.00

Primary FoR

0303

MACROMOLECULAR AND MATERIALS CHEMISTRY

Administering Organisation

Project Summary

The Australian National University

This project involves the construction of machines and other devices engineered at the molecular level, which therefore offer a greater degree of miniaturisation and sophistication than their macro engineered counterparts. The work is expected to provide fundamental advances in nanotechnology and underpin new industries based on advanced materials.

DP110100416

Prof Michael G Eastwood

Approved

Project Title

Symmetry and geometric structures

2011

$235,000.00

2012

$200,000.00

2013

$215,000.00

Primary FoR

0101

PURE MATHEMATICS

Administering Organisation

Project Summary

The Australian National University

This is a fundamental research project in mathematics, especially concerned with the interaction between symmetry, differential equations, and geometry. Based on many classical and recently discovered instances, the aim of the project is to use symmetries to build and understand curved geometric structures from their flat counterparts.

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

DP110103158

Dr Stephen M Eggins, Dr William R Howard, Asst Prof Baerbel Hoenisch, Prof Howard J Spero, Dr Gavin B Dunbar

Approved

Project Title

Calcification and shell chemistry response of Southern Ocean planktic foraminifers to ocean acidification and changing climates

2011

$60,000.00

2012

$110,000.00

2013

$110,000.00

2014

$50,000.00

Primary FoR

0406

PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY AND ENVIRONMENTAL GEOSCIENCE

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