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Summary of Linkage Projects Applications by Primary Class Code

for Funding to Commence in 2006



RFCD DESCRIPTION NUMBER OF GRANTS


230000 MATHEMATICAL SCIENCES 3

240000 PHYSICAL SCIENCES 4

250000 CHEMICAL SCIENCES 9

260000 EARTH SCIENCES 3

270000 BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES 23

280000 INFORMATION, COMPUTING AND COMMUNICATION 13

SCIENCES

290000 ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY 27

300000 AGRICULTURAL, VETERINARY AND ENVIRONMENTAL 17

SCIENCES

310000 ARCHITECTURE, URBAN ENVIRONMENT AND BUILDING 7

320000 MEDICAL AND HEALTH SCIENCES 19

330000 EDUCATION 11

340000 ECONOMICS 7

350000 COMMERCE, MANAGEMENT, TOURISM AND SERVICES 11

360000 POLICY AND POLITICAL SCIENCE 4

370000 STUDIES IN HUMAN SOCIETY 14

380000 BEHAVIOURAL AND COGNITIVE SCIENCES 7

390000 LAW, JUSTICE AND LAW ENFORCEMENT 6

400000 JOURNALISM, LIBRARIANSHIP AND CURATORIAL STUDIES 2

410000 THE ARTS 2

420000 LANGUAGE AND CULTURE 4

430000 HISTORY AND ARCHAEOLOGY 1


2301 MATHEMATICS


Monash University


LP0668076 Prof MG Wallace; A/Prof NL Boland


Approved Combining mathematical programming and constraint programming to solve large scale integrated

Project Title scheduling problems

2006 : $70,000

2007 : $65,000


Partner Organisation(s)

Constraint Technology International

Administering Institution Monash University

Project Summary

This project will target major savings in the airline industry, with resulting benefits for others such as tourism. The efficient

use of airline fuel, which will be directly addressed in the project, is very important for the environment. The algorithms

developed can improve cost and quality of service for Australian transportation, manufacturing and other industries.


The solutions developed within the project will be sold by the industrial partner, CTI, into major companies worldwide, and

the technology will be used to develop further products.


Finally the project will extend Australia's lead in constraint programming and expertise in optimisation. This creates a major

opportunity for the Australian software industry.


Queensland University of Technology


LP0668273 A/Prof E Kozan; Mr I Dall; Mr PW Milevskiy; Mr MJ Clarke; Mr MS McGown


Approved Hybrid Job Shop Techniques for Dynamic Train Scheduling

Project Title

2006 : $55,000

2007 : $55,000


Partner Organisation(s)

Queensland Rail

Administering Institution Queensland University of Technology

Project Summary

The job shop approach to dynamic train scheduling promises considerable benefits over existing approaches, and allows

problems of large size and complexity to be solved with great accuracy. The application of research results in Australia has

the potential to:

  reduce train delays and costs by better planning of train schedules of railway systems;

  reduce transport costs to rail customers and increase rail's market share of freight movements;

  enhance the ability of operators to control operations in an efficient manner and minimise conflicts;

  to increase efficiency of Australian Railway System, leading to lower operating and capital costs;

  optimise the energy consumed.


2302 STATISTICS


Queensland University of Technology


LP0668185 Prof KL Mengersen; A/Prof SR Phinn; Mr C Witte; Mr RJ Denham


Approved Measuring and presenting uncertainty in complex natural resource monitoring programs

Project Title

2006 : $130,000

2007 : $126,000

2008 : $125,000

APA(I) Award(s): 1

Partner Organisation(s)

Department of Natural Resources and Mines

Administering Institution Queensland University of Technology

Project Summary

This project addresses Australia's key research goal of An Environmentally Sustainable Australia, priority goals of Water,

Soil and Climate, and the theme of Complex Systems.Through improved capability in making data based decisions and true

sharing of university and government agency expertise, the project will enhance Australia's ability to better manage its

natural resources, meet national and international environmental commitments, and address national demands for quality

science underpinning decisions about natural resource management


2401 ASTRONOMICAL SCIENCES


The University of Western Australia


LP0667494 Prof DG Blair; Dr M Boer


Approved International partnership in robotic astronomy and gravitational wave data analysis using a

Project Title supercomputer


2006 : $180,000

2007 : $120,000

2008 : $120,000

2009 : $100,000

2010 : $100,000

APA(I) Award(s): 1

Partner Organisation(s)

Claire Energy Pty. Ltd.

WA Government Department of Education and Training

Administering Institution The University of Western Australia

Project Summary

The project is aimed at providing student participation in frontier research using robotic astronomy and novel data analysis

methods. It will focus on the study of the most violent explosions in the Universe   cosmological gamma ray bursts. These

cataclysmic events possibly herald the formation of the most exotic objects in the Universe   black holes. It provides an

exciting opportunity for students to be trained in robotic astronomy, supercomputing, image analysis and signal processing.


2403 ATOMIC AND MOLECULAR PHYSICS; NUCLEAR AND PARTICLE PHYSICS; PLASMA

PHYSICS


The University of Sydney


LP0667442 A/Prof IH Cairns; Prof PA Robinson


Approved Predicting Space Weather Using Solar Radio Bursts

Project Title

2006 : $63,500

2007 : $69,500

2008 : $75,500


Partner Organisation(s)

IPS Radio and Space Services

Administering Institution The University of Sydney

Project Summary

Australia's scientific standing and expertise will be enhanced in the fields of space weather, space physics, plasma physics,

and complex systems by the new prediction methods and scientific discoveries expected. Better predictions will increase the

utility of Ionospheric Prediction Service reports to customers in defence (better communications) and satellite operations

(improved survivability), industry (reduced infrastructure damage), and elsewhere. Australia's research base will be

strengthened by high level training of Research Associates and students, while its scientific infrastructure and role in

international space efforts will be enhanced.


2404 OPTICAL PHYSICS


The Australian National University


LP0667937 Dr MB Gray; Mr JH Chow; Dr IC Littler; Prof DE McClelland; Mr P Williamson


Approved Technologies for advanced optical fibre sensors

Project Title

2006 : $250,000

2007 : $250,000

2008 : $250,000

2009 : $250,000


Partner Organisation(s)

Benthic Geotech Pty Ltd

Administering Institution The Australian National University

Project Summary

This project is to create a significantly better technology for exploration of oil and gas reserves under the ocean. Based on

lasers and fibre optics, it leverages Australia's prodigious photonics expertise and couples it with Australia's established and

well regarded resource industry. Successful completion will enable better utilization of this country's natural resources, in

particular oil and gas reserves, whilst also creating a high technology export, given the size of the world marine survey

market (US$4 billion). Better energy exploration technologies are vital to Australia and, indeed the world, as energy supply

dwindles and the increased energy costs begin to impact negatively on economic growth.


LP0668117 Dr AV Rode; Dr KG Baldwin; Ms LA Wain; Mr S Laidler; Capt JT LAND; Cmdr SR Moore; Ms J Barr; Mr

DW Gardner

Approved Short pulse laser cleaning for Australian heritage conservation

Project Title

2006 : $64,150

2007 : $55,150

2008 : $46,650

APA(I) Award(s): 1

Partner Organisation(s)

Australian War Memorial

Art Gallery of NSW

Army History Unit

Naval Heritage Collection

Artlab Australia

RAAF Museum

Administering Institution The Australian National University

Project Summary

Conserving heritage objects is a demanding discipline, requiring a suite of techniques for different problems. Overseas,

laser cleaning using long pulse techniques leaves microscopic damage as discrete chunks of material are removed, and is

unsuitable for many materials. We have developed a short pulse laser process which can remove material

molecule by molecule in a controlled fashion, and which can be readily halted once the final finish is achieved. We will

research this technique for application to unique Australian heritage materials that are important to the specific conservation

needs of the Australian War Memorial, the RAAF, Navy and Army Museums, Artlab Australia, and the Art Gallery of NSW.


2501 PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY (INCL. STRUCTURAL)


Monash University

LP0668123 Prof AM Bond; Dr M Burgar; Prof GB Deacon; Dr NF Dunlop; A/Prof F Separovic; Prof DR MacFarlane; Dr

JL Scott

Approved Development of Reactive Ionic Liquids for Future Industrial Applications in Australia

Project Title


2006 : $252,667

2007 : $258,596

2008 : $201,347

APA(I) Award(s): 1

Partner Organisation(s)

Orica Ltd

Administering Institution Monash University

Project Summary

This project creates the opportunity for a consortium of leading scientists to develop reactive ionic liquids concepts to

support Australian Chemistry. The aim is to radically improve materials and processes within the manufacturing, mining and

building industries by paradigm shift in chemical methodology. This will be achieved through cooperation between the major

Australian chemical company, Orica, and CSIRO   CMIT, and two leading Australian Universities, Melbourne and Monash.

The majority of the manufacturing and mining industries, which will benefit from this activity and as a result become more

internationally competitive, are based in regional Victoria, NSW, Queensland, South Australia, and Western Australia.


LP0668389 Prof DR MacFarlane; Prof M Forsyth; Dr AS Best


Approved Low viscosity, high ionic conductivity ionic liquids for lithium metal batteries

Project Title


2006 : $108,905

2007 : $111,280

2008 : $113,649

APA(I) Award(s): 2

Partner Organisation(s)

Creavis

Administering Institution Monash University

Project Summary

Current consumer electronic devices rely on lithium ion batteries to provide a high energy density power source. There are

growing safety concerns about the electrolytes in these devices after recent incidents involving fires in mobile phones.

Recent advances in ionic liquids (ILs) have seen the development of new electrolytes for such devices, with enhanced

physical properties that offer major safety advantages. However, the viscosity of these materials currently limit their

capabilities. New IL materials to be developed in this project will pave the way for the development of safer devices and new

sustainable energy industries in Australia.


The University of Newcastle


LP0668343 Dr SW Donne


Approved Titanium Electrochemistry in Minerals Processing

Project Title

2006 : $25,000

2007 : $25,000

2008 : $25,000

APA(I) Award(s): 1

Partner Organisation(s)

BHP Billiton

Administering Institution The University of Newcastle

Project Summary

Australia is on of the world's largest producers of titanium minerals for industrial and consumer products. This project aims

to improve the efficiency of the Sulfate Process which is used to convert the titanium containing ore ilmenite into pure

titanium dioxide pigment. The impovements expected include a decrease in the cost of production for the relevant industries,

as well as a reduction in the volume of waste materials generated by the process.


University of South Australia


LP0668009 Dr GE Morris; Dr MS Zbik; Prof RS Smart; Dr M Coghill; Mr WA Wright


Approved Control Of Aggregate Structure, Settling And Dewatering In Mineral Tailings Processing

Project Title

2006 : $90,012

2007 : $81,907

2008 : $84,355

Partner Organisation(s)

Rio Tinto Technical Services

High Power Ultrasonics Pty Ltd

Administering Institution University of South Australia

Project Summary

Modification of aggregate structures in mineral processing will lead to improved dewatering in tailings operations. In mine site

rehabilitation and tailings utilisation, technology developed in this project may save not only millions of dollars in more

efficient processing and tailing deposition but also help to better reuse our limited national water resources.


LP0667608 Dr R Sedev; Prof J Ralston; Dr JG Kaldi; Dr MB Clennell; Dr D Dewhurst; Dr PJ Boult; Mr NP Tupper; Dr RJ

Suttill

Approved Model Studies of the Wettability of Reservoir and Seal Rocks as Recovered and After Treatments to

Project Title Alter Surface Properties


2006 : $75,000

2007 : $75,000

2008 : $75,000

APA(I) Award(s): 1

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