I received my Msc and PhD in Electronic Engineering (Magna Cum Laude) by the University Rovira i Virgili (URV – Spain) in 2011. After a short (2011-2012) post-doctoral research position in the Department of Electronic Engineering (URV), I undertook a post-doctoral research position (Level A) associated with an ARC Discovery Project in the School of Chemical Engineering at The University of Adelaide in January 2012. I was awarded with an ARC DECRA Fellowship (commencing 2014) and appointed to Level B in January 2014.
Previously, I had worked on different strategies for remediation of contaminated soils, and reuse of remediated soils for agricultural purposes. Presently, I am working on the effect of drought stress on nutrient cycling in residue amended soils, in South Australia. My work majorly emphasises the effect of drought on Phosphorus cycling in the detritusphere. Information on nutrient cycling in the detritusphere is very limiting at the moment, hence my work is to improve knowledge on this aspect.
Dr Danielle Taylor is a Research Associate with the Australian Population and Migration Research Centre (APMRC) at the University of Adelaide. She has a PhD in Geography (2013) and a MA in Spatial Information Science (2002), both from The University of Adelaide. Her PhD research investigated temporal trends and spatial patterns in birthweight variation, and in particular looked at the influence of socio-economic and contextual variables and their association with birthweight.
A/Prof David Ottaway is a Theme Leader for the Institute for Photonics and Advanced Sensing (IPAS). David’s research is focussed on the development of optical systems ranging from cryogenic solid state lasers to mid-infrared fibre lasers. He has an ongoing involvement in the LIGO Scientific Collaboration and continues to work on advanced gravitational wave detectors. David has published over 185 refereed journal papers and his research has attracted significant funding totalling $7.4 M.
Drew Hendrickson is a post-doc working with A/Prof. Amy Perfors (and previously A/Prof. Dan Navarro before he moved to UNSW) in the Computational Cognitive Science lab (https://health.adelaide.edu.au/psychology/ccs/) in the School of Psychology at the University of Adelaide. Drew completed his PhD at Indiana University (Departments of Psychological and Brain Sciences, Cognitive Science) and his BS at Carnegie Melon University (Computer Science, Cognitive Psychology).
Genome-wide characterisation of microRNAs and their target genes in different durum wheat genotypes under water limiting conditions
James is the Program Director of the Specialist Postgraduate Prosthodontics Program, Discipline Head of Fixed Prosthodontics, Discipline Head of Implantology (undergraduate and postgraduate), Clinical Tutor, and Restorative Dentistry Group Leader.
He is in specialist private practice (part time) limited to Prosthodontics.