Atomic and nuclear techniques (including neutron scattering, synchrotron radiation) with applications to magnetic and electronic materials, optical signal processing and storage, ionising radiation dosimetry and imaging, magnetic refrigeration, low-dimensional electrionic materials, metallic glasses.
At UNSW Canberra, we are committed to producing geographical research capable of apprehending transformative social and cultural processes on the very cusp of their emergence. We see conceptual and methodological innovation as central to the task of articulating tomorrow’s research agendas in ways that push beyond or ‘problematise’ established habits of thinking. Our cultural geography group is currently exploring problematizations in relation to three core research strengths:read more
Climate change adaption investigating both natural and anthropogenic influences (including extreme climate events and ecological degradation) and responses (including low-lying coastal transformation and sustainable development in agricultural practices), through the use of long term climate change perspectives, Geographical Information Systems and Remote Sensing.read more