Successful ECMS seed funding recipients

Congratulations to the following successful ECMS seed funding applications!

  • Prof Mathias Baumert and Dr Will van Wettere (Vet Teaching Hospital - Roseworthy) received $10k for their Health & Biotechnology theme aligned project titled ‘Development of a non-invasive technology to measure core temperature and activity of free ranging sheep’.
     
  • A/Prof Alex Ng and Prof Andrei Kotousov received $7k for their Energy, Mining & Resources theme aligned project titled ‘Development of non-contact integrity and safety inspection methods for high-energy piping infrastructure’.
     
  • Dr Alfonso Chinnici, Timothy Lau and Prof Bassam Dally received $10k for their Energy, Mining & Resources theme aligned project titled ‘Direct solar radiation to reduce comminution energy of ores’.
     
  • Dr Withawat Withayachumnankul and Dr Wendy Lee received $10k for their project aligned across three ECMS themes, Health & Biotechnology, Agrifood & Wine and Defence, Cyber & Space titled ‘Terahertz camera: A missing link between terahertz research and industry applications’.
     
  • Dr Yuval Yarom, Dr Chitchanok Chuengsatiansup, Dr Markus Wagner and Dr Jason Xue received $10k for their Sustainable & Smart Built Environment ECMS theme aligned project titled ‘Intelligent Technologies for Smart Cryptography’.
     
  • Dr Alireza Salmachi and Tara Hosseini received $8k for their Energy, Mining & Resources theme aligned project titled ‘Oil & Gas Wellbore decommissioning for hydrogen storage’.
     
  • Dr Tran Tung and Prof Dusan Losic received $10k for their Functional Materials theme aligned project titled ‘Nanosensors for smart phone breath biomarkers analysis’.
     
  • Dr Jamie Mackenzie and Prof Ian Reid received $5k for their Sustainable & Smart Built Environment ECMS theme aligned project titled ‘Analysis of autonomous vehicle vision systems’.
     
  • Prof Mark Jenkinson and Dr Stephan Lau received $10k for the Health & Biotechnology theme aligned project titled ‘Establishing world-class neuroimaging methods research at the UoA’.
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