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A Value-Based Approach to Vulnerability and Adaptation to Climate Change

New approach for building adaptation to climate change is developed while taking into account local and institutional values.Please contact the supervisor directly at the following more...

Supervisor(s): El-Zein, Abbas (Professor)

Genomic diversity and adaptation of platypuses

This project focuses on the diversity of adaptive genes in the platypus. more...

Supervisor(s): Gongora, Jaime (Associate Professor)

Unveiling the genomic basis of diversity and adaptation in the platypus

This project focuses on the diversity of adaptive genes in the platypus. more...

Supervisor(s): Gongora, Jaime (Associate Professor)

Climate and global health

Students will have the opportunities to conduct research on climate change, extreme weather events and global health. more...

Supervisor(s): Zhang, Ying (Dr)

Biometrics (face recognition, human gait recognition or person re-identification)

This research project aims to develop new feature extraction and classification methods for face recognition, human gait recognition or person re-identification. more...

Supervisor(s): Xu, Dong (Professor)

Video analytics (activity and video event recognition)

This research project aims to develop new intelligent video analytics systems for understanding videos. more...

Supervisor(s): Xu, Dong (Professor)

Disruption and persistence: resolving the Maya climate-collapse hypothesis

This project will to test the climate-catastrophe theory of the Classic ‘Maya Collapse’ of the 8-11th centuries A.D., by generating a detailed record of climate and huma more...

Supervisor(s): Penny, Daniel (Associate Professor)

Passenger health, well-being and performance after long-haul flight: Influence of physical fitness

Most of the current recommendations to improve wellbeing and limit long-haul flight disturbances are based on pharmacological aids that target isolated aspects of the travel experi more...

Supervisor(s): Caillaud, Corinne (Associate Professor)

I-engage: A multicomponent intervention using human-centred technology to enhance knowledge and skills in self-monitoring physical activity and food choices in adolescents

This project aims to develop a unique intervention designed to increase participation in moderate to vigorous physical activity (PA) and to guide food choices in adolescents. Imple more...

Supervisor(s): Caillaud, Corinne (Associate Professor)