Erik completed his BSc (Optics and Photonics) at the University of Adelaide in 2006. He received a first class honours in experimental physics in 2007, with a project entitled "Optical Fibre Protein Sensors," supervised by Dr Dean Male and Prof. Tanya Monro.
From 2008-2011 he completed his PhD under the supervision of Prof Heike Ebendorff-Heidepriem, Dr Shahraam Afshar and Prof Tanya Monro on a collaborative project with The Defence Science and Technology Organisation on a project entitled "Hydrogen peroxide sensing with microstructured optical fibres: fuel, wine and babies."
I am a PhD student in the School of Mechanical Engineering, supervised by Dr Will Robertson, Prof Anthony Zander, Prof Benjamin Cazzolato and Dr Mergen Ghayesh.
Anne is an Associate Professor within the Law School. She is passionate about curriculum design and teaching, and has won numerous local and national teaching awards, including an OLT Citation and a LexisNexis ALTA award. Anne is an active researcher into legal education, and has a long history of publication in this area. Her teaching related research has also been funded by a number of significant grants, including two significant Category 1 OLT grants to support the Smart Casual project (https://smartlawteacher.org/).
Dr Waddah A. Al-Ashwal graduated with a B.S. in electrical engineering in 2003 (top of his class), from Sana'a University, Yemen. Before returning to academia he worked in the gas and oil industry as a wireline field engineer for Schlumberger S.A. In 2007, he obtained an M.Sc. in digital communications and microwaves (with distinction) from the University of Manchester, UK. In 2011, he completed his PhD in electronic engineering from University College London, UK.
Dr Younus, PhD (Adelaide), MPhil (Waikato), MSc and BSc (first class second in Geography, DU) has started work at the discipline of Geography, Environment and Population, Adelaide University, South Australia as a Visiting Research Fellow in June, 2011. He was assigned as a team member with various international research activities, such as: Ford Foundation, International Water Management Institute, BUP, ADB, WMO, Global Water Partnership and the University of Waikato. He has presented papers in various international seminars in the USA, Norway, Finland, Australia, Bangladesh and the UK.
Professor Mathai Varghese is the Director of the Institute for Geometry and its Applications (IGA). He is also the Elder Professor of Mathematics within the School of Mathematical Sciences at the University of Adelaide, as well as an Adjunct Professor of Mathematics within the Mathematical Sciences Institute at the Australian National University. His research interests are in Geometric Analysis and Mathematical Physics.
Kayoko Enomoto is a senior lecturer & Japanese Studies Program Coordinator, with over 25 years experience in teaching Japanese to university students in the UK and Australia. Kayoko has published in the fields of language education and higher education and has specific research interests and expertise in the following areas: approaches to student diversity; assessment and promotion of student learning; flexible learning and teaching using new technologies; curriculum innovation and design; the first year experience; flipped classroom; team-based learning.