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Extending coordination theory for multi-organisational disaster coordination

Despite technological and theoretical advances in disaster management, Australian government organisations still find inter-service coordination of resources, information and knowle more...

Supervisor(s): Chung, Kenneth (Dr)

Neural Field Theory and Brain Dynamics

This research area is concerned with developing better understanding of the structure and activity of the brain, especially through modeling the dynamics and interactions of its neu more...

Supervisor(s): Robinson, Peter (Professor)

Quantum Control Theory

We address the challenge of creating efficient, error-resilient quantum control approaches for use in future quantum technologies. more...

Supervisor(s): Biercuk, Michael J. (Professor)

Modelling social network structure, technology use and care coordination

This project uses theories from social networks and information systems to construct a model for understanding how network (structure, position and ties) and social technology use i more...

Supervisor(s): Chung, Kenneth (Dr)

Towards a social networks model for understanding factors for variances in cost and schedule in project implementation and project completion times

According to several theorists, effective communication is one of the key factors in determining the success of failure of a project. However, communication is a complex and challen more...

Supervisor(s): Chung, Kenneth (Dr)

Social networks model for Open Source Drug Discovery

Using an open source drug discovery approach, current research shows that it is possible to find an improved synthesis of drugs for diseases (e.g. a tropical neglected disease such more...

Supervisor(s): Chung, Kenneth (Dr)

Community building through online social networks: evolution and engagement

With the advent and constant evolution and application of interactive Web2.0 technology, online social media such as Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter have fostered development and mai more...

Supervisor(s): Chung, Kenneth (Dr)

Towards a social network-inspired model for understanding evidence uptake and pain management in cancer care

This project is aimed at understanding treatment processes and decisions made by medical practitioners (e.g. nurses) involved in cancer care. In particular, we aim to model the role more...

Supervisor(s): Chung, Kenneth (Dr)

Towards a social network-inspired model for improving medical referrals in cancer care

This project is aimed at understanding how general practitioners (GP) tap into their professional network for making cancer patient referrals to appropriate specialist units. The so more...

Supervisor(s): Chung, Kenneth (Dr)