I am a doctoral research student in the Department of Geography, Environment and Population(GEP), University of Adelaide. My PhD research interests lie in field of climate change with a specific focus on gender, vulnerability to climate change and livelihood security in marginalized urban communities in the Global South.
Overall, my research focuses on the interlinkages between gender and vulnerability to climate change and its consequential impacts on the livelihoods of men and women living in informal settlements in the developing world, specifically Ghana.
I am a PhD candidate currently attempting to locate pupping grounds and assess natal origins of a Conservation Dependent shark (Galeorhinus galeus) using a variety of approaches including satellite tagging, underwater video surveying (BRUVs), vertebral chemistry analysis and bioenergetic analyses.
I am a PhD Candidate working with the Paton and Lowe research groups at the University of Adelaide. The aim of my research is to determine how planting arrangements influence pollination and seed production in a revegetated system and if more natural plant arrangements should be re-created during revegetation.
I am a PhD candidate in the Gillanders Aquatic Ecology Lab, which is part of the Southern Seas Ecology Laboratories. I am interested in using chemical signatures in fish tissues to investigate environmental and physiological histories.
My research focusses on the way we deliver healthcare at a distance using telephone helplines. I am also interested in how men engage in help-seeking behaviours, and to what extent helplines can be utilised to overcome the barriers that prevent health help-seeking.
Completing a PhD (Structural Geology and Geophysics) by publication at the Australian School of Petroleum, University of Adelaide. Research is focused on better understanding the structural history and evolution of Australia's largest onshore hydrocarbon province, the Cooper-Eromanga Basin.
Indra Yohanes Kiling is a co-founder of a small research community in Kupang, East Nusa Tenggara Province, Indonesia. He also contribute as an associate research fellow at IRGSC (Institute of Resource Governance and Social Change), an Indonesian think-tank based in Kupang, East Nusa Tenggara.
He is a current candidate in the PhD degree, supervised by Professor Deborah Turnbull, Dr Clemence Due (School of Psychology) and Dr Dominggus Elcid Li (Director of IRGSC).
I am a professor of pure mathematics. I did my PhD at the University of Chicago and worked at universities in the US and Canada before joining the University of Adelaide in 2006. I do research in complex analysis and complex geometry. I teach courses at all levels and supervise postgraduate students.
I am interested in examining the practical psychotherapeutic benefits of a yoga practice, as well as biological mechanisms of its effect, with a particular focus on yoga’s comprehensive ability to fight stress. In my current research I am seeking to elucidate the mechanism through which the practice of yoga exerts both psychological and biological benefits. This falls under the broad field of Psychoneuroimmunology, where the relationship between a person’s psychological state, their nervous and immune systems, is examined.