Mr. Vichet Duk received his B.E (Electronics and Communication) with Honours from the University of South Australia in 2010 and M. E (Electrical and Electronics) from the University of Adelaide in 2011. After having worked in the health care technology industry, he commenced his PhD research project on signal processing techniques for maritime radar in 2014. This work is funded by a scholarship from the Defence Science and Technology Organisation (DSTO).
I am a lecturer in the Department of Media at the University of Adelaide. I completed a first class honours in sociology at Flinders University before going on to do my PhD at Monash University in the Department of Media and Communication.
I am a media sociologist who works in the areas of race, ethnicity and the media, transnationalism and diaspora, media and national identity, and media and social theory. I have been published in journals such as Media, Culture and Society; International Journal of Communication and Global Media and Communication.
Originally graduating as a soil scientist, Brendan has since devoted his career to working with smallholder farmers of Asia, Africa and the Middle East with the Australian government, United Nations and CGIAR. Working in over 15 countries, projects have been extremely varied from rabbit and honey production in Ghana, irrigated rice production in Cambodia, conservation agriculture promotion in Kenya and effective management of saline soils in Iraq.
Blesson has a background in Health Science (Public Health) with First Class Honours, and is currently undertaking his PhD within the School of Public Health at the University of Adelaide. His thesis is titled "Worker's Health and Safety at High Temperatures: new perspectives on injury prevention", is part of a multi-institutional Australian Research Council (ARC) grant, supervised by Professor Dino Pisaniello (Principle supervisor), Professor Peng Bi and Dr Alana Hansen (Co-supervisors).
Alison trained as a theatre director at the Flinders University Drama centre, working in the industry for about 10 years as a director, assistant director, stage manager and theatre technician. During this time she worked for companies such as State Theatre South Australia, the Bakehouse, Junction Theatre and Vitalstatisix. Her work has sent her to the US as an assistant director and the UK to participate in industry workshops.
I am a PhD Candidate in Art History at the University of Adelaide, Australia. I specialise in the social and cultural history of early modern European art. My current research examines the representation of the canine-human motif as representations of the 'Other' in German Renaissance prints.
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.