All UWA researchers are invited to the Planning and Transport Research Centre (PATREC) research seminar, which will explore opportunities for UWA in the development of research programs undertaken by PATREC, and give an overview of UWA involvement.
This is a reminder to staff that the annual Full Faculty meeting of the Faculty of Engineering, Computing and Mathematics will be held on Tuesday 8 September 2009. All staff in the Faculty are invited to the meeting, and an agenda will be available on the website prior to the meeting.
The full details of the meeting are as follows: Date: Tuesday 8 September 2009 Time: 1pm Venue: Weatherburn Lecture Theatre (School of Mathematics and Statistics; Map)
What makes a successful NHMRC (National Health and Medical Research Council) Project Grant Application? How does a GRP (Grant Review Panel) arrive at your score?
Everyone who wants to hear the answers to those questions is invited to a NHMRC Project Grant workshop.
The Faculty is delighted to offer our congratulations to PhD student Zhihui Ye from the School of Civil and Resource Engineering who won the Australia-China Natural Gas Technology Partnership Fund Top-up Scholarship.
All UWA research-active staff, postgraduates, school managers or research associates who are affiliated with UWA research projects or groups are invited to participate in this Research Leaders Program Workshop.
All UWA research-active staff, postgraduates, school managers or research associates who are affiliated with UWA research projects or groups are invited to participate in the Research Leaders Program Workshop.
The American Australian Association is currently accepting applications for its US to Australia Fellowship Program. The program offers fellowships of up to AU$25,000 to American researchers or students wishing to undertake advanced research or study in Australia.
Applications for the Australian Government Research Support for National Security program are now invited. Previous calls for applications for this program have been conducted under the Research for Counter Terrorism title. However, in accordance with the Prime Minister's National Security Statement delivered to Parliament on 4 December 2008, the program has been expanded to cover the broader national security environment.
The Faculty wishes to offer our congratulations to Ms Dani Barrington, a PhD candidate, from the School of Environmental Systems Engineering for being awarded a publication prize by Professor Doug McEachern, Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Research and Innovation) for her paper "Application of Hydrogen Peroxide for the Removal of Toxic Cyanobacteria and Other Phytoplankton from Wastewater" published in Environmental Science and Technology.
A world-first imaging and analysis facility with the ability to search for evidence of the earliest life on Earth, help find new ore deposits, and detect weapons-grade uranium in minute dust particles has been opened at The University of Western Australia.