Ashlea is a post doctoral researcher and lecturer in Soil Science in the School of Agriculture, Food and Wine. Her research and teaching interests are in soil chemistry and how nutrients are stored, transformed and cycled in soils.
Associate Professor Mark Nottle
Tanya Zivkovic, PhD, is a social anthropologist whose research explores the body and cultural trajectories of the life course. She holds an Australian Research Council Discovery Early Career Research Award in the School of Social Sciences and is examining ageing and end-of-life care in culturally diverse settings.
1. B.Sc. Biology (Imperial College, London)
2. M.Sc. Computing Science (Imperial College, London)
3. Ph.D. Crop Protection (University Of Bath)
Higher Research Officer
I have worked in the commercial I.T. industry for roughly 15 years
High Performance Computing
Herbicide resistance support and extension to growers, agronomists and the chemical industry. Employed since 2005 for the University of Adelaide to conduct random weed surveys across SA and Vic to monitor for changes in herbicide resistance. Also manages Plant Science Consulting; conducting herbicide resistance testing for Australian growers
My name is Ivan Andelkovic and I have finished Faculty of Chemistry, University of Belgrade. Throughout my research career I was working in the fields of material chemistry, analytical chemistry, environmental remediation, soil chemistry and fertilizer technology.
I am currently working on a project related to development of new type of slow release fertilisers.