From engineers to lawyers, sociologists to epidemiologists, SSEAC is home to more than 400 researchers specialising in issues related to Southeast Asia. This year, we're proud to showcase the breadth of our research with a special webinar series focused on our key research themes.
Thursday 13 May, 5pm AEST / 9am CEST
Thursday 27 May, 5pm AEST / 9am CEST
Thursday 20 May, 5pm AEST / 9am CEST
Thursday 3 June, 5pm AEST / 9am CEST
Dr Aaron Opdyke's is a Lecturer in Humanitarian Engineering
School of Civil Engineering. His research seeks to improve international humanitarian response, exploring how we can better assist developing communities recover in the aftermath of disaster and conflict, focusing on safe and equitable shelter.
Dr Sabin Zahirovic is a Robinson Fellow, and DECRA Fellow 2021-2024, in the School of Geosciences. Sabin’s research has focussed on the plate-mantle system, especially in the Tethyan tectonic domain, including the India-Eurasia collision, Southeast Asian tectonics, the NW Australian Shelf and New Guinea.