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Summary of Successful Linkage   Projects Proposals for Funding to Commence in 2011 by State and Organisation

New South Wales

The University of New South Wales

LP110100488

Prof Hussein A Abbass, Dr Christopher J Lokan, Dr Geoffrey K Aldis, Mr Gregory P Dunstone, Mr Robert C Butcher

Approved

Project Title

New real time risk indicators to improve the efficiency, environmental impact and safety of air traffic management

2011

$105,000.00

2012

$105,000.00

2013

$105,000.00

Primary FoR

0806

INFORMATION SYSTEMS

Partner/Collaborating Organisation(s)

Airservices Australia

Administering Organisation

Project Summary

The University of New South Wales

Air traffic demand is constantly rising, and Australia is responsible for the management of 11 per cent of the world's airspace. This project aims to develop risk indicators which will enable us to monitor air safety risks on a constantly updated basis.

LP110100524

Prof Adesoji A Adesina, Mr Alex R Aboagye

Approved

Project Title

Process studies for photocatalytic rejuvenation of spent industrial Bayer liquor

2011

$90,000.00

2012

$90,000.00

2013

$90,000.00

Primary FoR

0904

CHEMICAL ENGINEERING

Partner/Collaborating Organisation(s)

BHP Billiton Worsley Alumina Pty Ltd

Administering Organisation

Project Summary

The University of New South Wales

A new low energy photocatalytic process for the continuous treatment of spent liquor from the Bayer process for alumina production has been demonstrated. This new technology can process up to 1500 litres of industrial caustic effluent per day with a reduction in carbon dioxide release. The photo treated refinery wastewater also provides water savings of 30 per cent.

LP110100280

A/Prof Noore A Ahmed

Approved

Project Title

A novel environment friendly energy efficient ventilation system using wind turbine ventilator and advanced active flow control

2011

$110,000.00

2012

$80,000.00

2013

$78,000.00

Primary FoR

0907

ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING

Partner/Collaborating Organisation(s)

New Fluid Technology

Administering Organisation

Project Summary

The University of New South Wales

This project addresses a growing demand of modern day living: cost effective and efficient ventilation in building using a novel hybrid system of wind turbine ventilator and air circulation control technology providing significant savings in total building energy consumption and carbon emissions creating frontier technology industries and new jobs.

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Summary of Successful Linkage   Projects Proposals for Funding to Commence in 2011 by State and Organisation

LP110100459

Prof Rose Amal, Dr Scott A Rice, Dr Sanly Liu, Dr May T Lim, Ms Mary Drikas, Dr Nicolas Barraud, Dr Daniel Hoefel, Dr Christopher W Chow, Dr John A van Leeuwen

Approved

Project Title

Multi scale strategy to manage chloramine decay and nitrification in water distribution systems

2011

$270,000.00

2012

$195,000.00

2013

$195,000.00

Primary FoR

0904

CHEMICAL ENGINEERING

APDI

Dr Sanly Liu

Partner/Collaborating Organisation(s)

Australian Water Quality Centre, Water Corporation of WA

Administering Organisation

Project Summary

The University of New South Wales

The generation of knowledge and technologies in preventing chloramine decay would greatly benefit the Australian water industry. The success of the project would provide the highest possible quality of water, both economically and reliably, giving public assurances of microbiological compliance and safe drinking water.

LP110100150

Prof Vaughan J Carr, Dr Kristin R Laurens, Prof Allyson P Holbrook, Prof Dr Rhoshel K Lenroot, Ms Sally A Brinkman, Dr Miles R Bore, Dr Elizabeth Maloney, Dr Maxwell W Smith, A/Prof Richard Matthews

Approved

Project Title

The NSW child development study

2011

$85,902.00

2012

$61,146.00

2013

$117,264.00

2014

$164,787.00

Primary FoR

1117

PUBLIC HEALTH AND HEALTH SERVICES

Partner/Collaborating Organisation(s)

NSW Department of Education and Training, NSW Department of Health

Administering Organisation

Project Summary

The University of New South Wales

Research shows that a child's development predicts health and social outcomes later in life. This Australian project will be the first to identify risk and protective factors associated with these outcomes in 87,000 children from birth to 10 years. The results will help inform governments to improve our children's health and educational achievements.

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Summary of Successful Linkage   Projects Proposals for Funding to Commence in 2011 by State and Organisation

LP110100263

Dr Jennifer J Chalmers, Dr David A Bright, Dr Rebecca McKetin

Approved

Project Title

Drunk, high or sober: How do alcohol and illicit drug prices affect young Australians' plans for Saturday night?

2011

$30,667.00

2012

$39,929.00

Primary FoR

1602

CRIMINOLOGY

Partner/Collaborating Organisation(s)

Department of Justice and Attorney General, NSW

Administering Organisation

Project Summary

The University of New South Wales

Amidst widespread concern, both in Australia and internationally, about young people's practice of drinking to intoxication and their illicit drug use, this project canvass young Australians' responses to hypothetical changes in prices of alcoholic beverages, cannabis and ecstasy. The outcomes will contribute to policy debate about alcohol pricing.

LP110100250

A/Prof Julie A Cogin, Prof Ian O Williamson, A/Prof Patrick G Bolton

Approved

Project Title

Multi level analysis of human resource management systems on hospital outcomes

2011

$51,360.00

2012

$50,160.00

2013

$48,140.00

Primary FoR

1503

BUSINESS AND MANAGEMENT

Partner/Collaborating Organisation(s)

Australian Healthcare and Hospitals Association, Queensland Health, South Eastern Sydney and Illawarra Area Health Service

Administering Organisation

Project Summary

The University of New South Wales

This project explores the relationships among human resource management systems, perceived organisational support, trust in management and commitment of healthcare workers. The fundamental aim is to assist hospital managers to determine where to direct their efforts to have maximum impact upon staff and hospital performance.

LP110100480

Dr Richard N Collins

Approved

Project Title

Exploiting natural processes to effectively remediate acidified coastal environments

2011

$116,634.00

2012

$116,634.00

2013

$116,634.00

Primary FoR

0502

ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE AND MANAGEMENT

Partner/Collaborating Organisation(s)

New South Wales Cane Growers’ Association Inc., New South Wales Sugar Milling Co operative Limited, Tweed Shire Council

Administering Organisation

Project Summary

The University of New South Wales

Working with local government, industry and communities, this project aims to identify how natural processes can best be manipulated to limit acid sulfate soil discharge in many Australian estuaries. The expected outcomes are systematic remediation of these areas and improvement in estuarine water quality.

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Summary of Successful Linkage   Projects Proposals for Funding to Commence in 2011 by State and Organisation

LP110100334

Prof Dr Valsamma Eapen, Prof Derrick Silove, Prof Bryanne E Barnett, Prof Mark R Dadds, Dr Jane R Phillips, Dr Tania Trapolini

Approved

Project Title

Separation anxiety in pregnancy: associations with oxytocin release, attachment styles and mother infant interactions

2011

$77,589.00

2012

$77,589.00

2013

$77,589.00

Primary FoR

1117

PUBLIC HEALTH AND HEALTH SERVICES

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