Tait holds a bachelor's in Development Studies and Law from the University of Adelaide. She began her PhD in 2012 with the Discipline for Anthropology and Development Studies investigating the intersection of communication for development and gender in the Pacific.
Yeast genes affecting production of H2S and Volatile Thiols during fermentation
I got M.Sc. degrees in mathematics and physics from Utrecht University in the Netherlands in 2003. After that I did a Ph.D. project at the Radboud University in NIjmegen, the Netherlands, supervised by Klaas Landsman and Gert Heckman. That project was about the relations between index theory and representation theory of Lie groups, as well as the problem of quantising a classical theory in physics. After working in industry for a few years I came back to pure mathematics, working at the Leibniz University Hanover in Germany, and at the University of Adelaide.
Jack Hetherington joined the Centre for Global Food and Resources in 2017, working in an interdisciplinary research team with the aim to improve the supply, competitiveness and livelihoods of smallholder dairy value chains in Indonesia – a.k.a IndoDairy
Hao is a Ph.D. Candidate in pure mathematics, supervised by Elder Prof. Mathai Varghese and co-supervised by Dr. Hang Wang. The current title of his project is Index Theorems on Manifolds with Symmetry. He has completed his Major Review.
I was awarded my PhD in Applied Mathematics from the University of East Anglia, UK, 2005. The research involved numerical and analytical studies on non-linear free-surface flows. Shortly after completing my PhD I accepted a Research Associate position at the University of Adelaide, researching the chaotic dynamical systems approach to fluid mixing and its application to designing mixing devices. I briefly left Adelaide in 2007, joining the University of Melbourne as a Research Fellow.