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Annual Report

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ISSN 1327-7227

April 2001

VICE-CHANCELLOR

PROFESSOR IAN CHUBB AO

CANBERRA ACT 0200 AUSTRALIA

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17 April 2001

The Hon Dr David Kemp

Minister for Education, Training and Youth Affairs

Parliament House

CANBERRA ACT 2600

Dear Minister

Report of the Council for the period 1 January 2000 to 31 December 2000

We have the honour to transmit the report of the Council of The Australian National University for the period 1 January

2000 to 31 December 2000 furnished in compliance with Section 9 of the

Commonwealth Authorities and Companies

Act 1977.

Emeritus Professor P E Baume

Chancellor

Professor I W Chubb

Vice-Chancellor

Contents

Council and University Officers

Overview of the University

Review of 2000

Council and Council Committee Meetings

University Statistics

Cooperation with Government and other Public Institutions

Joint Research Projects undertaken with universities, CSIRO and other institutions

Principal Grants and Donations

University Public Lectures

Freedom of Information Act1982 Statement

Financial Statements

Further information about ANU

Detailed information about the achievements of ANU in 2000, especially research and teaching outcomes, is contained in the annual reports of the University’s research schools, faculties, centres and administrative divisions.

For course and other academic information, contact

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The Council and University Officers

The Council and University Officers

The Council

As at 31 December 2000

Chancellor

The Hon Emeritus Professor P E Baume, AO MD BS

(Syd), FRACP, FAFPHM, FRACGP (Hon), HonDLitt

(USQ)

Pro-Chancellor

Dr A C Bennett, SC BSc (Hons), PhD (Syd), LLB

(UNSW)

Vice-Chancellor

Professor R D Terrell, BEc (Adel), PhD (ANU)

(to 31/12/2000)

Director, Institute of Advanced Studies and Chair, Board of the Institute of Advanced Studies

Professor F C Jackson, BA (Hons) BSc (Melb), PhD (La

Trobe), FASSA, FAHA, FBA

Chair, Board of The Faculties

Professor R M Pashley, BSc (Hons) DIS (Lough), PhD

DIC (Lond)

President, ANU Students’ Association

Mr R Egan, BEc (ANU) (1/12/1999 to 30/11/2000)

Mr M Wasilewicz (01/12/2000 to 30/11/2001)

President, Postgraduate and Research Students’ Association

Mr O Jepps, BSc (ANU), BA (ANU)

(01/04/1999 to 02/05/2000)

Ms R Ennor, BAsianStudies (ANU) MA (Macq)

(03/05/2000 to 16/05/2001)

Four persons appointed by the Governor-General

(Term — up to four years)

(2 positions vacant)

Mr I F Grigg, AM BA (ANU) (29/08/1989 to 14/08/

2000 and 13/12/2000 to 12/12/2004)

Dr M S Keating, AC AO BCom (Hons) (Melb) PhD

(ANU), FRAIPA, FASSA (14/08/1996 to 14/08/2000 and 13/12/2000 to 12/12/2004)

One Member of Parliament appointed by the Governor-

General on the nomination of the Prime Minister

(Term — up to four years)

Senator J W Tierney, BEc DipEd MEd (Syd) PhD (Newcastle) (17/07/1996 to17/07/2000)

Senator B Mason (25/10/2000 to 24/10/2004)

One Member of Parliament appointed by the Governor-

General on the nomination of the Leader of the Opposition

(Term — up to four years)

Senator K Carr, BA(Hons) (Melb), DipEd (Melb) MA

(Melb) (13/10/1999 to 12/10/2003)

Two persons appointed by the Chief Minister of the ACT

(Term — up to four years)

Justice M M Finn, BA LLB (Qld) 20/05/1994 to 31/05/

2002)

Mr M Delaney, BA (La Trobe) (14/09/1998 to 14/09/

2001)

One person who is either a Dean or the Head of a Research

School and is elected, in either case, by the Deans and the

Heads of the Research Schools voting together

Professor D J Evans, BSc (Syd), PhD (ANU), FRACI,

FAA (30/09/1998 to 29/09/2000)

Professor A Milner, BA (Hons) (Monash), MA PhD

(Cornell), FASSA (30/09/2000 to 29/09/2002)

One member of the academic staff of the Institute of Advanced

Studies elected by the members of that staff

Professor D W Robinson, MA DPhil (Oxf), FAA (10/12/

1997 to 29/09/2000)

Professor J White, BSc (Syd), DPhil (Oxon), CMG, FAA,

FRS (30/09/2000 to 29/09/2002)

One member of the academic staff of The Faculties elected by the members of that staff

Dr M Green, BSc (UNSW), PhD (ANU)

(30/09/1998 to 29/09/2002)

Two persons elected by Convocation

Ms B M Arndt, BSc (ANU), MPsych (NSW)

Dr D H Solomon, BA LLB (Hons) (ANU) LittD (ANU)

One member of the general staff of the University elected by members of that staff

Mr K J Lonsdale, AssocDipMechEng (DDIAE), BTech

(USQ), PGCertCnflctMgt (Macq)

A co-opted member (Term — up to four years)

Mr J F Muir, AO

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University Officers

As at 31 December 2000

Chancellor

The Hon Emeritus Professor Peter E Baume, AO MD BS

(Syd), FRACP, FAFPHM, FRACGP (Hon), HonDLitt

(USQ)

Pro-Chancellor

Dr Annabelle Claire Bennett, SC BSc (Hons), PhD (Syd),

LLB (UNSW)

Vice-Chancellor

Professor Richard Deane Terrell, BEc (Adel), PhD (ANU)

(to 31/12/2000)

Deputy Vice-Chancellor

Professor John Alan Richards, BE PhD (NSW), FIREE,

FIEAust, FIEEE, FTSE, CPEng

Pro Vice-Chancellor (Academic)

Professor Robin Barrington Stanton, BE PhD (NSW)

Pro Vice-Chancellor (Administration)

Mr Christopher William Burgess, BA (Hons) (Tas)

Director, Institute of Advanced Studies and Chair, Board of the Institute of Advanced Studies

Professor Frank Cameron Jackson, BA (Hons) BSc

(Melb), PhD (La Trobe), FASSA, FAHA, FBA

Chair, Board of The Faculties

Professor Richard Mark Pashley, BSc (Hons) DIS

(Lough), PhD DIC (Lond)

Dean, The Graduate School

Dr John Hooper, BA (Hons) (Syd), DPhil (Oxf)

Dean of Students

Mr Selwyn Harcourt Cornish, BEc (WAust)

Director, Human Resources

Ms Margaret Nona Ford, BSc (Monash), GradDipAdmin

(CanberraCAE)

Director, Student Recruitment and International Education

Mr Timothy Beckett, MA (Dub)

Director, Student Administration and Support Services

Dr Patricia Miller, BSc (Hons), PhD (Manc)

Master, University House

Dr Richard Rafe Champion de Crespigny, BA (Melb

&ANU), MA Oriental Studies, PhD (ANU), FAHA

Librarian

Mr Colin Robert Steele, MA (Liv), GradDipLib (Lond),

ALA, AALIA, KtCrossSpain

Director, Information Technology Services

Dr Robin Erskine, BSc, PhD (Glas)

Director, Facilities and Services

Mr Warwick Raymond Williams, BSc (NSW)

Director, Finance and Business Services

Mr Alan Raymond Bunsell, BAppSc (Canberra CAE),

FCPA

Director, Public Affairs Division

Mr James Scott Mahoney, BA (ANU), MPRIA

Director, Planning and Policy Coordination

Mr Robert Hugh Arthur, BA (ANU)

Legal Officer

Mr Stephen Keith Herrick, Barrister & Solicitor

Director, Centre for Continuing Education

Dr William Donovan, BSc (Melb), MEd, PhD (Tas)

(until 30 June 2000)

Mr John Dash (from 1 July 2000)

Officers for Ceremonial Occasions

Marshal

Mr Selwyn Harcourt Cornish, BEc (WAust)

Esquire Bedell

Dr Valerie Braithwaite, PhD (Qld)

Dr Brenda Morrison, BA (UBC), PhD (ANU)

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Overview of The Australian National University

Overview of The Australian National University

Mission

The mission of The Australian National University is to be one of the world’s great research institutions, distinguished by outstanding teaching, guiding students to the frontiers of knowledge and the best standards of scholarship.

Goals

The goals of the ANU in achieving this mission are to:

1 Engage in research, scholarship, teaching and practice at the highest international standards

2 Foster critical enquiry and an environment that strengthens Australia’s capacity to undertake fundamental research and research of national and international importance

3 Provide a challenging and supportive environment, in which staff and students can realise their potential and develop the skills and flexibility to contribute in a rapidly changing world

4 Enhance the quality and diversity of the University’s student intake

5 Provide undergraduate, honours, graduate and postdoctoral education at the highest international standards

6 Provide higher education courses which foster excellence and creativity and are responsive to professional and community needs

7 Encourage commitment to lifelong learning

8 Sustain international links, encouraging collaborations which provide mutual benefit to Australia and partner countries

9 Make the resources and expertise of the University accessible to other universities and research institutions — and to Australian Governments, industry and the wider community — in a manner which contributes significantly to national and regional education, culture, welfare and economic development

10 Exercise an independent role in research and education related to public policy and other national issues.

Values

The University’s guiding values are:

Excellence, Creativity, Integrity, Academic Freedom and

Responsibility, Collegiality, Equity, Appreciation of Human Diversity.

Structure and Governance

The University was established in 1946 to pursue research at the highest international standards. As a research university it was to undertake “postgraduate research and study both generally and in relation to subjects of major importance.” Undergraduate courses were introduced with the 1960 amalgamation with the then Canberra University College. In 1992, the University amalgamated with the then Canberra Institute of the Arts. The current structure of the University is shown opposite.

The ANU’s research and teaching are funded from three principal sources: Commonwealth Government grants; income generated competitively from public and private sources for research and teaching; and from full-fee paying students. The University’s Commonwealth Government operating grant is provided (a) to support the teaching and research responsibilities of The Faculties on the same basis as other Australian universities; (b) as block funding to support the special national and international roles of the

Institute of Advanced Studies in research and research training; and (c) for capital works and equipment.

The University is governed by a 22-member Council comprising: ex officio, the Vice-Chancellor, the Chairs of the two academic boards and presidents of the two student associations; four nominees of the Governor-General, one nominee of the Prime Minister, one nominee of the Leader of the Opposition, and two nominees of the Chief Minister of the ACT; a member elected by Heads of Research

Schools and Deans of Faculties; a member elected by the academic staff of the Institute of Advanced Studies; a member elected by the academic staff of The Faculties; a member elected by the general staff; two members elected by convocation; and a member appointed by Council.

Under the Council are the two academic boards, the

Board of the Institute of Advanced Studies (BIAS) and the

Board of The Faculties (BTF), both of which may advise the Council on any matter relating to the academic work of the University. BIAS and BTF consist of representatives from constituent areas, including the Directors of the Research Schools and the Deans of the Faculties respectively.

There is also cross representation between the boards. The academic boards receive advice respectively from the faculty board and faculty of each research school and centre of the Institute of Advanced Studies, each faculty in The Faculties, and University Centres. The Board of the Institute of the Arts reports to Council through BTF. There is strong student representation on the academic boards and on the Council of the University.

The Vice-Chancellor is the Chief Executive Officer of the

University and is responsible for overall University leadership and management of resources. In 2000 the Vice-

Chancellor’s University Executive included the Deputy

Vice-Chancellor, the Pro Vice-Chancellor (Academic), the Pro Vice-Chancellor (Administration), the Chair of the Board of the Institute of Advanced Studies, who is also the Director of the Institute, and the Chair of the Board of The Faculties.

Budget decisions:

The University’s budget is prepared on a rolling triennial basis, reflecting the way in which the

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Commonwealth Government’s operating grant is provided to the ANU. The budget is formulated following wideranging, annual consultations with the research, teaching and administrative areas of the University prior to its presentation to the Finance Committee and Council for approval. In addition to school, faculty and centre operating grants, funds are allocated to the major equipment program, the Library, for information technology infra-structure, to the Graduate School, for capital works and to the administrative areas which support the academic endeavours of the ANU.

University-wide strategy for the development of information technology is provided through the Information

Technology Strategy Committee, which is supported by several broadly based advisory committees which interact with specific service providers. An academically based committee structure ensures effective development of Library holdings and delivery mechanisms to support teaching and research needs. Funds for capital works are distributed in accordance with the University’s rolling, 10year capital management plan. A substantial allocation is made within the University for both centrally and locally administered undergraduate and graduate scholarships.

The resources for major research equipment are distributed competitively on a University-wide basis.

The Faculties’ budget:

The allocation of the recurrent grant to The Faculties occurs through a resource distribution process driven by weighted student numbers and research performance. A planning group advises the Deputy

Vice-Chancellor on allocations to individual Faculties and

Centres.

Institute of Advanced Studies’ budget:

Individual Research Schools and Centres in the Institute of Advanced

Studies have approved strategic plans and their annual funding allocations support planned on-going research and research training programs. Programs are adjusted to take up research opportunities or close off unproductive directions, within a strategic framework. Additional funds for major equipment and research infrastructure are allocated on a competitive basis through the University’s Major Equipment Committee and the Australian Research

Council’s Research Equipment Infrastructure and Facilities Committee. The IAS may apply to the latter committee for research infrastructure funding in collaboration with other universities.

Administrative budget:

Budget allocations to the administrative divisions and other service areas of the University support the key academic goals of the University.

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Review of 2000

Review of 2000

The year 2000 was highly successful for The Australian

National University.

In fulfilling the very special national role mandated by its charter, the University continued to achieve significant research results, deliver quality teaching and to accelerate the development of its information technology environment to support its participation in the increasingly global higher education sector.

The Australian higher education sector remains highly competitive. In the current stringent resource environment, universities have been forced to undergo serious restructuring of both academic and administrative areas in order to maintain their quality and their competitiveness.

While reductions in public funding for universities in recent years have contributed to this restructuring, often involving stress for staff and students, ANU is preparing to take advantage of opportunities presented by the Government’s research White Paper and the announcement expected in 2001 on policy initiatives to strengthen

Australia’s capacity to capitalise on innovation.

ANU strongly supported the research White Paper’s broad policy directions and, especially, the Government’s decision to enable the Institute of Advanced Studies to compete for those categories of Australian Research Council and National Health and Medical Research Council research grants for which it had previously not been able to compete. Senior University and Departmental staff spent considerable time during 2000 negotiating the parameters within which the Institute would be able to compete. An agreement is expected early in 2001.

The Vice Chancellor’s Plan for Growth, which was finalised in October, was aimed at harnessing the best ideas and approaches into an agreed strategic plan to invest carefully in growth to expand the University’s revenue base and to encourage innovative teaching and research activity. Development of the plan involved 33 workshops with staff in research schools, centres, faculties and administrative divisions.

The University’s reputation

The reputation of ANU is determined by its performance and the judgements made by others on its research, teaching and managerial capacity. Another measurement is the willingness of groups and individuals to enter collaborative agreements or partnerships with the University. This year has seen a very large number of these joint agreements.

They include:

• Australian ownership of 21st century biological innovations will be better protected under the new Australian

Centre for Intellectual Property in Agriculture. The Centre, at the Faculty of Law and the Research School of Biological Sciences, will be established over the next five years with a $3 million investment by the Grains Research &

Development Corporation (GRDC). Additional funding of $400,000 will be provided by the Commonwealth

Government in recognition of the relevance of the work of the Centre beyond the grains industry. The Centre will provide education, training and research and development focussing on intellectual property issues as they apply to agriculture and agricultural biotechnology.

• A new way to connect industry and universities attracted $3.5 million funding over three years. The scheme, titled Uniche, links Orica, Australia’s largest chemical company, the ANU Research School of Chemistry and the Department of Chemistry, the School of

Chemistry at the University of Melbourne and University of Newcastle’s Discipline of Chemistry and Department of Chemical Engineering. The Federal Government has also provided funding through the Science Lectureships initiative. Orica has contributed $1.7 million and ANU

— which is the lead agency for the project — will contribute $500,000 in staffing, resources and expertise.

Uniche will develop a ‘sandwich course’ for science undergraduate and postgraduate students that will provide students with a close association with the chemical industry. The students will develop a close understanding of industrial management and innovation.

• The ACT Government invested $250,000 as seed capital in Biotron Limited. The company led by Professor

Peter Gage, Professor of Physiology at the John Curtin

School of Medical Research, is developing a range of medical products from the basic research carried out at the John Curtin School. The $250,000 was provided through the Canberra Business Development Fund that aims to build local research into commercial products and medical treatments.

• The Iranian Government has endowed a lectureship in Persian Language and Iranian Studies at the Centre for

Arab and Islamic Studies. The donation of $350,000 was matched by the University

• A national partnership of eight organisations including ANU was formed in June to establish a national facility at ANU which will provide more computing capacity than currently available in the Australian Higher Education sector. The Australian Partnership for Advanced

Computing (APAC) will invest $80 million in advanced computer systems, research, education and technology diffusion. ANU contributed $6 million in kind (mostly in staff from the existing ANU Supercomputer Facility) and $3.5 million in funding.

• Australia’s first academic position in Turkish Language and Culture was established in August. Established with an initial donation from the Government of Turkey matched by the ANU Endowment for Excellence, the position will help promote a greater understanding and appreciation in Australia of the language, culture, economic and political development of Turkey. The AL Maktoum Foundation, of the United Arab Emirates has donated $2.5 million to advance the studies of Arab and

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Islamic culture and language at ANU. The $2.5 million will be matched by a $2.5 million contribution from the

ANU Endowment for Excellence. This will fund construction of a new building for the Centre for Arab and

Islamic Studies and establish the Sheikh Hamdan bin

Rashid Al-Maktoum Chair in Arab and Islamic Studies in perpetuity. The Centre will support a Visiting Fellow Program and possibly two scholarships on a regular basis.

• The Research School of Astronomy and Astrophysics won a $4 million contract in December to build Australia’s first instrument for the international Gemini

Observatory. In Canberra , Mount Stromlo Observatory engineers will build a spectrograph for the Gemini North telescope in Hawaii

The

Blackwell Philosophical Gourmet

report ranked ANU’s postgraduate program in analytical philosophy as one of the top four programs in the world. The other three programs were at Princeton, Oxford and New York University.

In February the University hosted a visit of the Japanese

Vice-Minister of Finance for International Affairs,

Haruhiko Kuroda. The visit included a seminar attended by a range of academics, government officials and a Crawford Club dinner attended by Australia’s key policy makers. A group of senior World Bank officials were guests of honour at a dinner later that month hosted by ANU and the Global Foundation.

Asiaweek

, regarded as Asia’s leading business magazine ranked ANU as the best Australian university and the top performing university in Asia.

The Good Universities Guide

(GUG), which ranks Australian Universities, gave ANU the top five-star rating for its prestige, its student demand and its research quantum, graduate outcomes and graduate starting salary. Staff qualifications were also rated at the very top level as ANU has more PhD’s on staff than any other Australian university.

In 2000 ANU retained its position as the most often cited university in the international media and the domestic electronic media. In the Australian print media, ANU was ranked third most cited Australian university.

Most media inquiries to ANU academics, and most media coverage of the University, focussed on its research outcomes. The University’s Public Affairs Division staff handled 1266 inquiries during the year and the media web site

8405. Overall, about 96 per cent of the coverage of the

University’s research, teaching and other activities was favourable.

2000 Statistical Highlights

Students

• Postgraduate load represented 24% of the total load.

• 52% of the total number of students were females —

49% of the postgraduates and 53% of undergraduates.

• The majority of students studied full-time (71%).

• More than half (59%) the students came from the

ACT/Queanbeyan region while 13% were from overseas.

However, at the postgraduate level the proportion of stu-

6 dents who originated from overseas was much higher at

31%.

• 80% of undergraduate students were under the age of

25 years, while more than 50% of postgraduates were over 30 years old.

• Almost 70% of ANU students paid Higher Education Contribution Scheme (HECS) fees, while a further

20% paid Graduate Tuition Fees (GTF) or International

Student Fees (ISF).

• ANU offers a variety of combined degrees and in

2000, combined degrees represented 44% of the total number of bachelor degrees being undertaken.

• The proportion of students in the commencing undergraduate intake who achieved a UAI of 95 or more was 23% (94% achieved 75 or more) reflecting the quality of students.

Staff

• The total number of Full-time Equivalent (FTE) staff at the ANU was 2810, comprising 1069 academic staff and 1741 general staff. This excluded casual or part-time academic teaching staff.

• 48% of FTEs were located in the Institute of

Advanced Studies (IAS) and Centres with 27% in the

Institute of the Arts (ITA) and The Faculties. The balance was in Central Units, Administration and Trading Areas.

• 72% of all staff were on continuing appointments.

• The majority of both academic and general FTEs

(90%) wored full-time.

• Females represented 55% of general staff while 25% of academic staff were females.

• Research only staff represented 57% of the total academic FTEs.

• The Staff-Student Ratio in The Faculties (including

ITA) was 14.5.

Academic and student initiatives

ANU academic staff and students led the way into new ideas, new understandings and innovative teaching practices. Many were recognised by national and international awards

• In a clever solution to a national teaching problem,

ANU has initiated a Small Enrolment Languages project that will make it easier to deliver language courses to small groups of students at Australian Universities. Over the last few years there has been a growing demand for courses in Asia’s major languages, but the location of the students has meant that there has not been enough to make up a viable course at any one university. Responding to this need ANU has structured language teaching exchange which has already been the basis for a course work program on the delivery of Hindi, Sanskrit and

Vietnamese to ANU and University of Sydney students.

One of the aims of the project (which is funded under the

Commonwealth Government’s Maintaining Student

Choice Scheme) is to produce interactive language exer-

cises in Hindi, Vietnamese, Arabic, Urdu, Thai, Lao,

Korean and Russian on the World Wide Web.

• In March, ANU announced that it would name one of its scholarships after the late CSIRO Chief Executive,

Dr Malcolm McIntosh. The most meritorious recipient in the physical sciences of a Graduate School Scholarship will be known as the Malcolm McIntosh Scholar. The first will be announced in 2001. Announcing the naming of the scholarship, the Vice Chancellor said it would mark the contribution that Dr McIntosh had made to science

— both in Australia and internationally.

• In October Dr Brian Schmidt, of Mount Stromlo

Observatory, was announced as the winner of the

$35,000 Malcolm McIntosh Prize for Achievement in the

Physical Sciences. The Prize was announced as part of the inaugural Prime Minister’s Science Prize.

• Six degree conferring ceremonies were held during the year (in April and September), but one special ceremony stood out in terms of the interest it generated. At that ceremony, in September, the University awarded an honorary Doctor of Laws degree to former South African

President Nelson Mandela for his outstanding contribution to society. Mr Mandela was greeted by crowds of well wishers as he arrived at the University and he received several standing ovations during the ceremony, which was attended by Members of Parliament, the diplomatic community, the ACT community and members of the University’s staff and students.

• At the April conferring ceremonies, 1059 students graduated. In September 796 graduated in two ceremonies. The graduates included Australia’s first indigenous epidemiologists and six female forestry students — 75 per cent of the graduates in a traditionally male dominated field.

• In March, 70 students accepted ANU scholarships in a breakfast ceremony in Canberra. A total of 27 National

Undergraduate Scholarships were awarded to high achieving school leavers from around Australia. Ten of these scholarships went to students from schools and colleges in the ACT. Seven Regional scholarships went to students from area including the South Coast, Southern Highlands, Yass/Goulburn, Wollongong, Western Slopes and

Plains, South West NSW and Victoria. Six international scholarships were also announced

• Mr Quang Nguyen won the $60,000 Robert Gordon

Menzies Scholarship to Harvard, that is sponsored by the

Harvard Club of Australia, the Sir Robert Menzies

Memorial Foundation and ANU.

• Professor Allan Snyder, Director of the Centre for the

Mind (a joint venture of ANU and the University of Sydney) was named as one of the 13 pre eminent Australian scientists of the 20th Century in May. Professor Snyder holds the Peter Karmel Chair of Science and the Mind, is

Professor of Visual Science and Optical Physics and heads the Optical Science Centre in the Research School of

Physical Sciences and Engineering.

Review of 2000

• The ANU Golden Key Chapter, the smallest in the

Asia Pacific Region, became the most honoured chapter in August when it won two more awards. In six years, the

Chapter has registered close to 1,500 members who undertake voluntary tutoring programs and are involved in community organisations. Golden Key is an international honour society open to students who place in the top 15 per cent of their course. It encourages them to do voluntary work on campus and in the community.

• Students from the Department of Commerce in the

Faculty of Economics and Commerce won both of the inaugural the Dean of Students’ Awards. The two awards, each worth $250 for an undergraduate and a postgraduate student, were given for outstanding contributions to university life, volunteer work and community service.

The Undergraduate award went to Eliza Foo Yin Ying, while Theo Psychogios won the Postgraduate award.

• Six ANU students won new $4,000 scholarships sponsored by the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS).

The winners were Lucy Rees and Gen Nowak who are combining statistics with biology; Michael O'Neill who was among the first intake into ANU's new combined course of Actuarial Studies and Law; Gi-Han Kwon and

Mark Staunton, both doing Actuarial Studies; and Katherine Fewell who is completing a combined course in

Economics and Science.

• An ANU-designed Bunyip Beowolf-style supercomputer won the prestigious international Gordon Bell Prize for the best price and performance measured in the dollar cost of the computer against its processing speed. The award was made at the Supercomputing 2000 Conference at Dallas, Texas in November. Designed and programmed by Department of Computer Science in the Faculty of

Engineering and Information Technology and the Computer Sciences laboratory in the Research School of Information Sciences and Engineering, Bunyip consists of a cluster of relatively low cost computers connected to perform parallel tasks.

• In August, the Governor General, Sir William Deane, presented the ANU Library with its two-millionth book in both print and virtual form. The two-millionth book is regarded as a substantial milestone in the history of a University and the Library celebrated the occasion with a number of events. The ANU Library is probably one of the first libraries in the world to celebrate the two-millionth “book” with a mixture of print and virtual items.

The Library’s two-millionth acquisition is an attractive

Australian botanical book by Robert Sweet, a 19th Century horticulturist. Entitled Flora Australasica; or a selection of handsome or curious plants, natives of New

Holland, and the South Sea Islands, the book was published in London by James Ridgway in 1827–28.

• Professor Alex Zelinski of the Research School of

Information Science and Engineering won the Business

Higher Education Round Table Award for leading the

Vision-based human–machine interaction project.

• Professor Brian Anderson, Director of the Research

School of Information Sciences and Engineering was

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Jr Education medal for his work in electrical engineering education.

• ANU graduate Alex Cook will examine the changing role of academics in society during his PhD at Cambridge

University after winning a Cambridge Australia Trust scholarship.

A new centre for Archaeological Research opened in April.

The Centre brings together scientists from the Research

School of Pacific and Asian Studies, the Research School of Earth Sciences and the Faculty of Arts. It will create greater cooperation across faculty boundaries and help make facilities more accessible to staff and research students.

Three new centres, both virtual and physical, were established in 2000: the Poverty Research Centre in the Division of Economics, Research School of Pacific and Asian

Studies; Medical Genome Centre in the John Curtin

School of Medical Research; and the Centre for Restorative Justice in the Research School of Social Sciences.

The Canberra School of Music and the Faculty of Asian

Studies acquired a Javanese gamelan orchestra, which will be used to teach classes in World Music and Asian Performing Arts. The ANU gamelan is named "Nyai Widya

Laras" (The Venerable Lady Melody of Knowledge), combining the essence of ANU and Canberra School of Music both as institutions to pursue excellence in knowledge and musical/artistic creativity.

A Small Enrolment Languages Project to deliver low-enrolment language courses at Australian universities was introduced. Funding was provided under the Commonwealth Government's "Maintaining Student Choice" scheme, an element of the Higher Education Innovation

Program (HEIP) and started the Small Enrolment Languages Project in July 1999. Course content is being determined collaboratively and will be delivered through

CD-ROMs and an innovative use of multi-media including the World Wide Web, audiotapes and printed material. It will soon be possible for school students (or any interested people) to access interactive language exercises through the WWW in Hindi and Vietnamese. It is hoped Arabic, Urdu, Thai, Lao, Korean and Russian will soon be added to the interactive program.

In August, 80 people from a large number of universities from all around Australia participated in a highly successful Thai Update conference. The Update also included participants from government, the media, business,

TAFEs, schools and others interested in the promotion and coordination of Thai Studies in Australia. The Ambassador of Thailand, His Excellency Sawanit Kongsiri, opened the conference.

Nine ANU students were awarded prizes by the Swiss

Government and the ANU for essays in German, French and Italian — three of Switzerland’s four national languages. The annual “Swiss Prize” aims to strengthen the interest in, and the study of, modern European languages and promote plurilinguism and cultural diversity. ANU’s

8 winners were Anna de Puit, Samantha Canulli and Angeline Baker for German essays; Felicity Abbott, Kelisiana

Thynne and Justine Garrett (French) and Rosalin Mawlanzada, Bronwyn Blue and Valeria Alfonzi (Italian).

In September, the Papua New Guinea High Commission and ANU hosted a seminar to mark the 25th anniversary of the independence of Papua New Guinea.

The Canberra School of Art (CSA) and Alliance Française jointly hosted a group of New Caledonian artists in the

School's Sculpture Workshop in March.

One of the world’s leading experts on health risks from global change, Professor Tony McMichael, is to return to

Australia next year to head the ANU’s National Centre for

Epidemiology and Population Health (NCEPH). Professor McMichael is currently Professor of Epidemiology at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine in the UK.

The Graduate Program in Public Policy introduced two short courses on diplomacy, “Economics of Diplomacy,

Security and International Policy” and “Case Studies in

Diplomacy”, to meet demand for professional training from Canberra’s diplomatic community.

The Chancellor, Emeritus Professor Peter Baume, launched an initiative by former University staff members who wish to continue their association with the ANU to serve its interests and those of the wider community.

Known as the Emeritus Faculty the group aims to foster a sense of collegiality among its members and to enable them to join in the academic and cultural life of the University.

The first ANUTECH Foundations Studies students graduated in 2000. The intensive study skills and academic language course aims to give international students a head start when they commence degrees at Australian universities.

In November, the “Group of Eight” (Go8) universities, of which the ANU is a member, sponsored the inaugural

Asia-Pacific Round Table at Georgetown University in

Washington DC. Organised with support of the World

Bank and the Asia Society, the event brought about 50 senior government officials, executives from the private sector and non-government organisations, representatives of the media, and experts from academia and from global and regional organisations. Georgetown University was chosen because its Centre for Australian and New Zealand

Studies provided logistical support.

Enrolments

The University maintained its first year undergraduate entrance standards for the sixth year while recording an increase in the number of offers it made to prospective students in 2000. ANU made 2,396 offers through the

University Admissions Centre (UAC), plus 195 through the Victorian Tertiary Admissions Centre. During the year, 200 students transferred internally through the UAC.

However, total student load declined slightly on the previous year. Work is being undertaken to identify the causes of the decline.

Summary Total Annual Student Load, 1995–2000

Year 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000

Total

Load

8818.9

8586.6

8714.7

8318.8

8372.5

8205.0

ANU’s first Pre-Enrolment Advice Day, in January designed to help students make the transition from university offer to enrolment, was a major success.

Two new ‘hands on’ science degrees attracted strong interest in December. They are the Bachelor of Biotechnology and the Bachelor of Medical Science.

Other new courses to be introduced in 2000 and 2001 included a Masters of Management and Masters of Management (Technology); Graduate Certificate in Dispute

Management; Graduate Diploma in Dispute Management; Bachelor of Science (Science Communication);

Bachelor of Arts (Visual); Master of Public Policy (Executive); Master of Commerce by coursework; Bachelor of

Computational Science; Master of Actuarial Studies;

Graduate Certificate in Actuarial Studies; Bachelor of Biotechnology; Bachelor of Arts (Digital Arts); Master of

Arts in Translation Studies and Graduate Diploma in

Translation Studies; Graduate Diploma in Information

Technology (eScience); Master of Arts by coursework and research in Aboriginal Studies, Anthropology, Archaeology, Biological Anthropology, Art History, Art History and

Curatorship, Classics and History; Master of International

Affairs; Graduate Diploma in International Affairs and

Master of Arts (International Relations); Master of Teaching English as a Foreign Language; Graduate Diploma in

Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages; and

Master of Applied Anthropology and Participatory Development.

Resources

Under a deficit reduction strategy implemented in 2000,

The Faculties reduced their deficit by $700,000. The

ANU Council recognised the difficulties facing The Faculties which were coping with further reductions after struggling with significant Commonwealth funding cutbacks. The Council recognised particularly concerns including the provision of future equipment and asset maintenance; fluctuating student enrolments; the high proportion of fixed costs, difficulties in obtaining equipment donations for teaching and the needs of an increasing number of postgraduate students.

In January, ANU announced a $97.5 million two-part funding package to boost its strategic plans for growth.

This included $11 million towards information technology systems development , a one-off $5 million reduction in the Faculties’ debt and $10 million for restructuring and staff development and boosting provisions to meet future staff entitlements for long service leave. About $13 million was allocated to establish the ANU Commercialisation (Venture Capital) Fund with $8 million held in the

Review of 2000

Endowment for Excellence. A further $5 million was held for one-off investments and the interest on this helped fund salary increases.

Staff in August voted overwhelmingly in favour of a new enterprise bargaining agreement that includes a 12.5% salary increase over three years. A total of 1382 staff voted for the proposal. Fifty staff voted against. Voting was conducted electronically and results were finalised in less than two hours after voting closed. The offer included a 3 per cent increase paid in July last year (1999) and increases of

2 per cent in September 2000, 3 per cent in September

2001 and 4.5 per cent in September 2002 for a total of

12.5 per cent, or 13.1 per cent compounded.

The University’s Equity and Diversity Unit purchased a new on-line training program for all staff. The program takes three hours with a test at the end, and gives users a better understanding of their rights and responsibilities in the workplace. It also covers current laws and the University’s equal opportunity policies and procedures.

An innovative poster, designed to highlight the diversity of people at university, was launched during the year. The poster, designed by University of Canberra graphic design student, Amy Jepson, was one of a number of joint initiatives between the ANU, University of Canberra, Australian Catholic University and the Australian Defence Force

Academy.

In September, the ANU Council noted two significant government reports related to research funding. The reports, The Batterham Discussion Paper and the Innovation Summit Implementation Group Report, both called for increased government support for a range of initiates across research, science and education. They included increases in funding for the Australian Research Council

(consistent with the recent doubling of funding for health and medical research), an additional 2000 undergraduate student places in areas of skills shortage, and doubling the number of Australian Postdoctoral Fellowships.

The University’s Council resolved in September 2000 to take a further $4.7 million equity in ANUTECH. The finance for this was drawn from “other earnings” and will not directly impact on the University’s teaching and research programs. It follows a preliminary report from a five-member management group that is examining realignments of the ANUTECH business plan.

New operating arrangements for the Noel Butlin Archives

Centre were announced in September. Under the new arrangements researchers would continue to have access to the records held by the Centre, but support services would be moved to the RG Menzies Library Building. The Centre holds significant business and labour collections built up during the past 47 years. It has been operating in the last three years on $750,000 bridging finance provided by the University. The University set aside $1 million in the

Endowment for Excellence to match funds raised by the

Friends of the Archive. The decline in academic interest in the archive’s collections and the low level of sponsorship led the University to re-assess the level of support.

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The Endowment for Excellence, started in 1996, now stands at $112 million. External funding reached $24 million in 2000. The benefits of interest earned by the Endowment were widely distributed over 90 scholarships, bursary and prize funds, and support for 12 academic posts, including 10 professorial chairs. Funds have also been directed to a diverse range of university activity including the Australian Dictionary of Biography, conferences, research activities, lectures, art exhibitions and musical performances.

Research performance

For the second year, ANU Faculties topped the list of institutions gaining the most Australian Research Council

(ARC) Large Grant funding per academic staff member.

The Faculties will receive $2.28 million in new grants for

2001, about $3,700 per academic staff member.

The ANU received $5.17 million in ARC Grants announced in October, with 16 ARC research fellowships also awarded to ANU — the second highest of any institution. In addition, ANU will receive $223,444 in grants to collaborate with industry and $1.6 million in Research

Infrastructure (Equipment and Facilities) grants.

Research advances during 2000 were significant. A small selection includes the following:

• In research that has applications for the design of robots and navigation systems, researchers at the Research

School of Biological Sciences have discovered that honeybees perform a ‘direction dance’ to communicate directions and distance. The bees use their vision to gauge how far they have flown and then convert that to a specific dance when they return to the hive — indicating to the other bees where the food sources are.

• Researchers at the John Curtin School of Medical

Research identified a large set of genes that regulate cell growth in the immune system on mice. The research revealed key details about how the body defends itself from internal and external attacks. In the future, the findings could be used to develop better pharmaceutical drugs to treat autoimmune diseases such as rheumatoid arthritis, lymphoma and other immune problems including transplant rejects.

• In a new version of ‘hands on’ research, an epidemiologist at the National Centre for Epidemiology and Population Health has identified a simple and effective way to control the spread of infections in childcare centres through the use of innovative, but simple, infection control measures by staff. The research established a world first in showing that the spread of common cold virus in childcare centres can be inhibited by attention to hand contact and hand care.

• Trials of an AIDS vaccine developed at the John Curtin School of Medical Research, CSIRO and the University of Melbourne will start before the end of 2001. A consortium led by the University of New South Wales and including ANU will conduct the trials following a

$27 million commercial contract with the US National

Institutes of Health.

• Solar technology developed at ANU began providing power to the Rockingham campus of Murdoch University in Perth in August. The trial solar power station is the result of a research and development program at the Centre for Sustainable Energy Systems in conjunction with

Solarhart Industries. It is the first commercial scale demonstration of the new technology that has a concentrated solar intensity of 25 times greater than normal.

• Chemists at the Research School of Chemistry and the National University of Singapore developed a new methodology to better understand chemical reactions.

The computer modelling methodology allows scientists to ‘see’ how atoms move in the formation of chemicals and in chemical reactions. The computer software and the methodology are now available free to scientists worldwide.

• Scientists at the Research School of Earth Sciences coordinated efforts to gauge the affect of the biggest earthquake recorded in the world — a magnitude eight earthquake off the coast of Papua New Guinea in November. Initial studies showed that part of New Britain near the centre of the earthquake had shifted nearly a metre as a result of plate movement. The School conducts a tectonic monitoring program in PNG in collaboration with the Rabaul Volcano observatory and the Department of

Surveying and Land Studies and the Papua University of

Technology

The information environment

Implementation of the University’s policy of having an advanced information infrastructure moved ahead substantially during 2000. This work focuses on four priorities: providing systems which facilitate learning; establishing frameworks to support research, collaborations and publications; managing scholarly information and the transformation of library services; and responding to globalisation of higher education and building partnerships. Advances during 2000 were directed towards establishing an integrated system to support research, teaching and learning as well as administrative activity. The new Division of Information, which will carry out this work, will be formally established in 2000.

As previously reported, ANU has begun an $18 million

University-wide administrative computing system upgrade using technology supplied by Peoplesoft. The commissioning in 1999 of the new financial system meant the development of the human resource modules had the major priority during 2000. Work also began on the student administrative system.

A new group, Scholarly Technology Services, was established during 2000 to assist academic staff in a range of information technology applications for research and teaching.

Work has begun on modernising the University web site.

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The direct e-mail to all ANU staff, introduced in 1999, has become the major mechanism for formal communication.

The coordinated efforts during 1999 to update the University’s computing systems to ensure there were no problems as a result of the year-end date changes were successful.

The Governor General, Sir William Deane, presented the

ANU library with its two millionth ‘book’ in August: Robert Sweet’s rare book Flora Australasica. The Library also introduced a web interface to the complete works of W B

Yeats and the Web of Science global database that provides online links and citations to over 8000 journals.

The physical environment

The $2.8 million Jaeger 7 Building, an extension to the

Research School of Earth Sciences, was officially opened by the Minister for Environment, Senator Robert Hill in

March. The new building contains facilities for studying earth movement, fluid dynamics, climate change and earth and bone sample dating. Specially designed laboratories in the building will allow for the simulation of the effects of the earth’s rotation on ocean circulation.

ANU House in Collins Street in Melbourne was officially named and opened in March by Melbourne’s Lord Mayor, Councillor Peter Costigan. Ten floors of the building have been fully let on commercial leases to a range of companies, including a major telecommunications company, an architectural firm, several financial planners and human resource consultants. The University has retained the

11th floor (190 square metres) as a resource for advanced seminars and postgraduate teaching in information technology, business administration and public policy and to support core research commercialisation activities. While use of this floor by University areas during the first nine months has been limited, those areas that have used it for seminars, business meetings, alumni functions and outreach activity have commented favourably on it. Greater efforts will be made in 2001 to encourage areas to use this resource.

Stage 2 of the School of Music extension to Llewellyn Hall commenced. The new building will house the Jazz Program as well as the Australian Centre for Art and Technology (ACAT) and new spaces for the Percussion and Brass

Departments. A state-of-the-art audio recording studio is also planned. The facility will have world-class acoustics.

ANU has adopted a ‘clean and green’ environmental policy for the campus. The policy, ANU Green, includes energy and water audits, replacement of inefficient plant systems, better environmental design in buildings and a biodiversity plan. The Minister for Environment and Heritage Senator Robert Hill launched the policy in March.

At the same ceremony the Vice-Chancellor and Senator

Hill signed a Greenhouse Challenge Agreement which will have ANU reducing its greenhouse gas emissions by 5 per cent.

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The first laser technology production laboratory of its kind in Australia was officially opened in April by the

Minister for Industry, Science and Resources, Senator

Nick Minchin. Senator Minchin also launched Acton Lasers, a company formed at the Research School of Physical

Sciences and Engineering to develop high power semiconductor lasers. The research team at the School has produced a semiconductor 980 nanometre laser which has world-leading performance and is expected to attract investment to take it to the next stage of production.

A $850,000 purpose-built optics laboratory was opened in

April. The ANU Gravitational Wave Research Facility has been designed to mask a multitude of environmental influences such as seismic vibrations, dust and temperature changes that can interfere with optical experiments required for gravitational wave detection. The Australian

Gravitational Wave consortium, comprising the ANU, the University of Adelaide, the University of Western Australia and Monash University, will use the new facility to develop technology for the multi million dollar US gravitational wave project.

ACT Chief Minister, Mrs Kate Carnell, officially opened the BlueLAB at the Research School of Physical Sciences and Engineering in July. Developed with the Yuh Chen

Group, BlueLAB will focus on developing new lighting options using white light-emitting-diodes and blue lasers for commercial application including data storage and signage.

The Ian Ross Building, which houses the Engineering and

Computer Science Sections of the Faculty of Engineering and Information Technology, was officially opened by

ACT Senator Kate Lundy in November. The building is named after Emeritus Professor Ian Ross AO credited with developing engineering as a discipline at ANU.

In November, the ANU Council approved plans for the construction of a 500-car parking station at Baldessin

Square.

Outreach to the community

ANU reached out to the Australian and international communities in 2000 through a series of events and cooperative ventures. A wide range of government, community and business organisations utilised academic staff as advisors on policy, scientific, environmental and other issues throughout the year. Academic staff also visited schools and community groups as guest lecturers.

The Schools of Music and Art maintained extensive and successful concert and exhibition programs, including internationally. They have established and enhanced vibrant local outreach and teaching programs in a range of subject areas that involve schools and the broader ACT community.

More than 16,000 people attended the 11 exhibitions staged at the University’s Drill Hall Gallery. The exhibitions involved major collaborations with other national institutions, especially with the National Gallery of

Australia, and attracted a $40,000 grant from the Depart-

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The Australian National University Annual Report 2000 ment of Communications and the Arts under the

Visions of Australia

program to assist a gallery-initiated touring exhibition being planned for 2001.

A group of ANU scientists and students participated in a program that aims to excite and inspire local high-school students and teachers about physics. The “Adopt a Physicist” program, run by the ACT branch of the Australian

Institute of Physics (AIP), which includes a large number of ANU staff and students, involves allocating a physics postgraduate student and a physicist to an ACT high school each year. The physics students visit the schools several times a year to give talks on interesting physics topics, such as how lasers work. The program also arranges for high-school students to visit the ANU, so that they can see real physics in action.

The SMS–ANU Public Lecture series attracted more than

6,300 people from the Canberra community. This year,

SMS Consulting joined ANU to sponsor the series, providing funding to enhance promotion of the series to the community. Attendance increased by more than 1500.

The first of a series of events,

Outlook 2020

, initiated by

ANU and the Canberra Business Council and designed to address issues facing the ACT and its region, was held in

October. The series involves ANU academic staff and business people discussing issues in a lunch time seminar format. Two more are planned for the first half of next year.

More than 1,300 people attended the 10 ANU literary events held during the year. These events were strongly supported by the diplomatic community and presented a range of authors including Frank Moorhouse, Vikram

Seth and Thomas Keneally.

ABC radio presenter Robyn Williams chaired two ANU panel discussions as part of the Australian Science Festival.

An enthusiastic crowd of more than 1000 attended — and another 40,000 visited the ANU booth at the Amazing

World of Science Expo part of the Science Festival.

The ANU’s Lions Oratory contest may become the model for an Australia-wide oratory contest. Held for the sixth time in July, the oratory contest attracted 27 entries. Discussions with the Group of Eight Universities are continuing with the aim of establishing the contest on a wider basis — and producing a national final.

Primary and secondary schools from Crookwell to Bombala sent a total of 150 teams involving 1,300 students to

Canberra to attend the 11th ACT tournament of the

Minds in August. The event is supported by 120 volunteer judges and officials.

The

Biological Services in the ACT

science outreach program for primary school celebrated its 10th year of operation in 2000. The program organised by the Division of

Botany and Zoology, Faculty of Science, take reptiles, plants and biology to ACT primary schools. About 4,000 pupils have enjoyed the hands on biological experience and some of them are now ANU graduates and undergraduates.

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The ANU Poets lunch in December was dedicated to the late Aboriginal poet, playwright and activist, Jack Davis.

More than 120 people attended the lunch to hear 32 of

Jack Davis’ poems read.

Public viewing nights will begin next year at the Mount

Stromlo Observatory following a $45,000 per year contribution from the ACT Government. The contribution was announced in June and follows the ACT Government’s funding support for the construction of the $2.5 million science and education centre at the observatory. It attracts

35,000 visitors each year.

More than 360 players, a record, competed in the ANU

Chess Festival in July, including international chess masters.

Vice-Chancellorship

Professor Deane Terrell’s term as Vice-Chancellor concluded at the end of the year. Council congratulated Professor Terrell on the achievements of his term and the very great dedication that he gave to the University during a distinguished term as Vice-Chancellor and in his administrative, teaching and research roles over many years. The

Council, staff and students express their best wishes to

Professor Terrell and his family.

Council appointed Professor Ian Chubb, Vice-Chancellor of Flinders University of South Australia to succeed Professor Terrell on 1 January 2001.

Conclusion

The University made significant further progress during

2000 in achieving its strategic directions and fulfilling its national role in research and teaching. International recognition of the work of the University and its staff during

2000 was high. The Council looks forward to building on the achievements of 2000, especially in research and teaching activities, and consolidating the University’s role as

Australia’s national university.

Council and Council Committees

Council and Council Committees

Number of meetings and Members’ attendance for the period 1/1/00 to 31/12/00

Committee Against Sexual Harassment

Number of Meetings: 0

CASH is currently under review by the Deputy Vice-

Chancellor’s office.

Council

Number of Meetings: 9

Name of Member Number of Attendances

The Hon Emeritus Professor P Baume (Chair) 8

Dr A Bennett

Professor R Terrell

Professor F Jackson

Professor R Pashley

9

8

9

9

Mr R Egan (to 30/11/2000)

Mr M Wasilewicz (from 1/12/2000)

Mr O Jepps (to 02/05/2000)

Ms R Ennor (from 03/05/2000)7

Mr I Grigg (to 14/08/2000 and from 13/12/2000) 1

Dr M Keating (to 14/08/2000 and from 13/12/2000) 4

8

1

2

Senator J Tierney (to 17/07/2000)

Senator B Mason (from 25/10/2000)

Senator K Carr

Justice M Finn

Mr M Delaney

Ms B Arndt

Dr D Solomon

Professor D Evans (to 29/09/2000)

Professor A Milner (from 19/07/2000 to 17/08/00 and from 30/09/2000)

Professor D Robinson (to 29/09/2000)

Professor J White (from 30/09/2000)

Dr M Green

Mr K Lonsdale

Mr J Muir

Ms W Procter

7

7

8

5

7

0

1

5

4

9

9

6

2

8

1

Council Committees

Buildings and Grounds Committee

Number of Meetings: 7

Name of Member

Mr R Lansdown (Chair)

Professor M Neutze (to 3/04/00)

Ms C Purdon (from 14/04/00)

Professor D Williams

Dr J Banks

Professor J White

Professor D Nicholls

Ms P Bleakley

Mr R Egan (to 30/11/00)

Mr W McKerras

Mr M Wasilewicz (from 1/12/00)

Mr D Sturkey

Mr L Blood

Mr P Gerner

Miss P Griffin

Mr C Burgess

Professor E Bourke

Number of Attendances

7

1

4

1

3

3

7

6

3

2

6

6

3

0

4

6

1

Committee on Conditions of Appointment of the Vice-Chancellor and Deputy Vice-Chancellor

Number of Meetings: Committee Members conferred as required throughout 2000 regarding conditions of appointment of the Vice-Chancellor.

Name of Member

Professor P Baume (Chair)

Dr A Bennett

Mr J Muir

Emergency Appointment (Vice-Chancellor)

Committee

Number of Meetings: 0

Finance Committee

Number of Meetings: 6

Name of Member

Mr J Muir (Chair)

Professor D Terrell

Mr C Burgess

Professor F Jackson

Professor R Pashley

Mr R Egan (to30/11/00)

Mr M Wasilewicz (from 1/12/00)

Ms R Ennor (from 3/05/00)

Senator K Carr

Dr M Green

Mr R Keane

Ms M Buxton

Ms C Rau

Mr K Lonsdale

Number of Attendances

6

5

6

3

5

6

Senator J W Tierney (to 17/07/2000)

Senator B Mason (from 25/10/2000)

Mr I Grigg (to 14/08/2000 and from 13/12/2000)

Dr L Brodribb

Mr L Spencer

Professor J Richards

Dr A Bennett

5

3

2

3

1

6

5

5

5

0

0

5

0

1

0

General Services Fee Committee

Number of Meetings: 3

Name of Member

Professor J Warhurst (Convenor)

Dr M Green

Justice M Finn

Mr O Jepps (to 2/05/2000)

Ms R Ennor (from 3/5/2000)

Mr R Egan (to 30/11/2000)

Mr M Wasilewicz (from 1/12/2000)

Number of Attendances

3

3

2

3

0

0

1

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Mr S Cornish

Mr C Burgess

Ms P Weeks

Ms M Buxton

Mr C Rau

Standing Committee of Council

Number of Meetings: 1

Name of Member

Dr A Bennett (Chair)

Professor D Terrell

Professor F Jackson

Professor R Pashley

Mr J Muir

Mr R Egan (to 30/11/00)

Mr W Wasilewicz (from 1/12/00)

Mr O Jepps (to 2/05/2000)

Ms R Ennor (from 3/05/2000)

Dr D Solomon

Ms B Arndt

Number of Attendances

1

1

1

1

1

1

0

1

1

1

0

2

2

3

2

1

Audit Committee

Number of Meetings: 4

Name of Member

Mr L Spencer (Chair)

Dr M Keating

Dr L Brodribb

Mr D Lawler

Mr J Muir

Number of Attendances

4

3

4

4

3

14

University Statistics

University Statistics

ACADEMIC STAFF GENERAL STAFF

Teaching

Research

Only and

Research Admin Technical Other TOTAL

Institute of Advanced Studies

Biological Sciences

Chemistry

Earth Sciences

Inform. Sciences & Engineering

Medical Research

Pacific & Asian Studies

Physical Sciences & Engineering

Social Sciences

Astronomy & Astrophysics

Resource & Environmental Studies

Sub-total

CENTRES

Asia-Pacific School of Econ & Mgt

Mathematical Sciences

Cross-Cultural. Research

Humanities Research

Epidemiology & Population Hlth

Mental Health Research

Aboriginal Econ. Policy Research

Sub-total

The Faculties

Arts

Asian Studies

Economics & Commerce

Engineering & IT

Law

Science

Resources Office

Sub-total

Institute of the Arts

Other

TOTAL STAFF

59

51

32

18

80

69

72

47

19

12

459

5

24

8

5

21

5

10

78

5

2

2

10

1

53

0

72

0

0

609

1

0

0

0

1

1

12

26

0

3

1

0

1

6

1

1

0

0

29

100

30

56

34

42

117

0

378

89

19

527

Note: Positions are at 31.3.2000; they include visitors, casuals and part-time teachers

34

5

4

2

13

2

3

61

29

50

19

35

11

16

15

13

9

6

203

19

8

14

14

16

24

21

115

40

531

950

6

1

8

2

7

11

2

36

127

37

63

25

32

80

46

57

6

6

479

11

2

7

35

10

96

11

171

14

91

793

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

17

4

7

4

1

5

10

6

0

0

54

0

1

0

0

1

0

0

2

9

143

207

71

31

18

7

45

17

14

204

161

122

109

33

254

160

162

117

64

25

1207

134

41

78

93

68

291

34

739

152

784

3086

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STUDENT ENROLMENTS 2000

LEVEL OF COURSE

IAS

PhD

Master by Research

Master by Coursework

Graduate Diploma

Non-award

Total IAS

CENTRES

PhD

Master by Research

Master by Coursework

Graduate Diploma

Graduate Certificate

Non-award

Total Centres

THE FACULTIES

(inc. ITA)

PhD

Master by Research

Master by Coursework

Master (Qualifying)

Graduate Diploma

Graduate Certificate

Non-award

Total The Faculties

POSTGRADUATE ANU

PhD

Master by Research

Master by Coursework

Master (Qualifying)

Graduate Diploma

Graduate Certificate

Non-award

Total Postgraduate

551

45

108

1

85

25

61

876

237

36

44

1

62

1

4

386

Male

FULL-TIME

Fem

PART-TIME

Sub-T Male

POSTGRADUATE

Fem Sub-T Male

ALL

Fem

269

8

14

1

11

302

45

1

50

22

24

46

188

209

4

10

6

229

37

57

15

11

26

146

477

12

24

1

17

531

82

1

106

37

35

72

334

13

32

60

16

1

121

25

3

11

5

3

47

22

12

2

3

39

10

1

38

60

12

1

122

294

11

25

6

14

349

58

1

81

82

40

47

309

231

4

22

2

9

268

47

1

94

75

23

28

268

47

3

22

7

6

85

23

1

69

120

28

3

244

215

32

50

127

3

427

460

36

117

142

11

36

802

1011

81

225

1

227

36

97

1678

452

68

95

1

189

1

8

813

97

19

134

179

18

11

458

60

16

92

114

2

7

290

79

18

136

204

16

8

461

47

17

87

142

4

4

300

648

64

242

1

264

43

72

1334

296

52

136

1

176

3

11

676

539

54

253

346

27

44

1263

262

49

137

269

4

7

728

176

37

270

383

34

19

919

107

33

179

256

6

10

590

TOTAL

558

101

273

1

445

7

18

1403

1187

118

495

1

610

70

116

2597

524

15

46

8

23

616

105

2

176

157

63

75

577

16

University Statistics

LEVEL OF COURSE

Male

FULL-TIME

Fem

PART-TIME

Sub-T Male

ALL

Sub-T Male

UNDERGRADUATE

Fem Fem

TOTAL

CENTRES

Bachelor

Cross-Institutional

Non-award

Total Centres

THE FACULTIES

(inc. ITA and Exchg)

Bachelor

Diploma

Cross-Institutional

Non-award

Total The Faculties

UNDERGRADUATE ANU

Bachelor

Diploma

Cross-Institutional

Non-award

Total Undergraduate

TOTAL ANU

1

1

1

1

2455

6

3

2464

2690

19

5

2

2716

2455

6

4

2465

2691

19

5

2

2717

3341 3519

1

1

2

5145

25

5

5

5180

828

752

14

49

13

2

2

5146

25

5

6

5182

752

14

51

13

830

6860

1288 1491

874

30

107

19

1030

874

30

99

19

1022

8

8

10

10

1626

3207

44

20

148

32

1850

49

16

3292

1626

3207

44

20

158

51

32

17

1860

3295

3194

3

2

1

4558

3565

49

112

21

3747

3564

49

104

21

3737

1

8

10

4666

6771

69

153

37

7029

6772

69

163

38

7042

9639

1

10

1

13

NOTE

in slight discrepancies in totals. The total allocated enrolment will be equivalent to the student enrolment expressed in terms of bodies.

Load Faculty

is defined as the Faculty which carries the allocated enrolment.

17

NOTE

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DEGREE AND DIPLOMA COURSES COMPLETED (December 1999)

Doctor of Philosophy

Master's by Research

Master's by Coursework

Graduate Diploma

Bachelor

Diploma

Graduate Certificate

TOTAL ANU

Male

134

25

116

162

845

16

4

1302

Female

85

17

131

205

1006

16

6

1466

Total

219

42

247

367

1851

32

10

2768

University Statistics

Arts

Arts Art History

Arts Australian Studies

Arts Development Studies

Arts European Studies

Arts Policy Studies

Asian Studies

Asian Studies (Sp)

Actuarial Studies

Commerce

Economics

Engineering

Engineering, Software

Information Technology

Information Technology Commerce

Information Technology Information

Systems

Information Technology Software

Engineering

Law

Law (Graduate)

Science

Science (Forestry)

Science (Psychology)

Science (Res&Env Management)

Music

Visual Arts

Total Single Degrees

UNDERGRADUATE STUDENT ENROLMENTS 2000

COURSE

FULL-TIME PART-TIME ALL

Male Fem Sub-T Male Fem Sub-T Male Fem

BACHELOR - SINGLE DEGREES

178

3

1

4

3

9

346

28

2

11

5

3

524

31

3

15

8

12

149

1

4

2

6

289

14

2

11

4

10

23

22

42

115

36

68

62

77

39

47

21

103

16

9

12

17

62

69

63

218

52

77

74

94

20

4

4

49

22

13

4

16

1

28

6

4

47

9

3

1

438

15

2

15

6

16

48

10

16

4

17

1

8

96

31

327

8

5

15

43

26

46

164

58

81

66

93

1

4

1

635

42

4

22

9

13

67

53

25

150

25

12

12

18

13

36

5

3

18

39

8

35

1

4

9

39

21

71

6

7

Total

13

42

19

43

234

39

26

30

247

19

43

53

89

91

90

188

1256 1369

32

85

481

58

69

83

179

279

2625

5

33

110

4

3

16

4

12

525

13

33

127

2

12

15

8

27

670

18

66

237

6

15

31

18

75

344

43

29

46

12

39

1195

93

103

98

215

1781 2039

32

76

374

21

55

68

50

151

718

64

84

114

191

318

3820

962

46

5

30

14

28

110

79

71

314

83

93

78

111

1

27

78

19

Actuarial Studies/Commerce

Actuarial Studies/Economics

Actuarial Studies/Law

Arts/Asian Studies

Arts/Commerce

Arts/Economics

Arts/Forestry

Arts/Law

Arts/Psychology

Arts/Science

Arts/Visual Arts

Asian Studies/Commerce

Asian Studies/Economics

Asian Studies/Engineering

Asian Studies /Law

Asian Studies/Science

Asian Studies /Visual Arts

Commerce/Economics

Commerce/Engineering

Commerce/Forestry

Commerce/Information Technology

Commerce/Law

Commerce/Psychology

Economics/Information Technology

Economics/Law

Economics/Psychology

Engineering/Arts

Engineering/Economics

Engineering/Information Technology

Engineering/Science

Psychology/Law

Psychology/Science

Science/Commerce

Science/Economics

Science (Forestry)/Economics

Science/Law

Science/Science (Forestry)

Total Combined Degrees

TOTAL BACHELOR

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COURSE

FULL-TIME PART-TIME

University Statistics

ALL

Male Fem Sub-T Male Fem Sub-T Male Fem Total

27

18

1

23

15

2

20

21

2

149

11

88

5

35

35

30

32 4

49 33

2

1

10

94

65

2

21

26

9

44

6 6

1199 1322

2455 2691

7

39

13

3

73

14

10

6

9

2

14

7

13

21

17

25

4

4

35

48

1

8

6

3

10

7

7

2

3

7

57

2

11

10

3

76

1

13

9

44

6

19

13

160

23

2

139

90

4

36

2 2

4

34 6

82

2

1

16

103

39

12

117

79

12

7

60

15

3

11

13

4

5

9

5

2

5

8

2

5

12

3 2

2521

227 204

20

3

13

18

12

7

64

1

13

105

78

2

25

31

9

38

2

14

53 78

5

9

431

1426 1526

8

5146

752 874

1626

3207 3565

7

47

15

3

6

11

19

10

58

65

5

45

31

3

81

371

29

206

18

42

11

86

4

29

22

1

28

18

4

24

24

2

171

11

116

5

42

45

42

29

11

5

109

35

32

49

7

105

66

40

322

19

73

11

246

80

74

2

542

58

33

10

151

27

2

197

155

9

40

72

46

12

131

17

2952

116

97

12

7

102

2

1

19

6772

COURSE

Arts Art History

Arts Classical Studies

Arts European Languages

Arts History

Arts Philosophy

Arts Sociology

Asian Studies

Visual Arts

Non-Award & Cross-Institutional

TOTAL DIPLOMA &

NON-AWARD

TOTAL UNDERGRADUATE

University Statistics

FULL-TIME PART-TIME

University Statistics

ALL

Male Fem Sub-T Male Fem Sub-T Male Fem

DIPLOMA & NON-AWARD

6

4

10

19

7

26

25

11

36

3

1

4

2

2

64

4

1

78

1

4

11

126

156

9

2

13

190

4

2

6

13

2

3

1

234

2

8

68

4

1

4

0

0

1

88 182

4

30

133

0

1

9

2

3

0

Total

6

38

201

4

2

13

2

3

1

270

2465 2717

5182

830 1030

1860

3295 3747 7042

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HOME REGION OF OVERSEAS STUDENTS 2000

COUNTRY

POSTGRADUATE

PhD M(R) M(C) Other

Sub-

Total

INTERNATIONAL

Asia

SE Asia

Indonesia

Laos

Malaysia

Philippines

Singapore

Thailand

Viet Nam

Other SEA

sub-total

East Asia

China

Hong Kong

Japan

Korea - South

Macau

sub-total

South Asia

Bangladesh

India

Pakistan

Sri Lanka

sub-total

Other Asia

Asia Total

Europe

Germany

Netherlands

U.K. (incl. Northern Ireland)

Other Europe

Europe Total

Pacific

Fiji

Papua New Guinea

Other Pacific

Pacific Total

America

Canada

U.S.A.

South America

Other America

AmericaTotal

27

1

54

8

7

3

5

3

2

16

5

131

4

6

4

23

2

25

6

56

9

19

2

3

33

16

7

17

24

64

3

14

5

6

12

5

2

19

1

2

1

1

1

4

4

1

4

1

2

1

1

2

1

1

1

3

1

29

4

3

20

6

10

6

3

81

23

1

9

3

36

10

4

2

16

9

142

2

8

2

1

5

2

6

5

2

9

5

13

18

9

39

3

7

9

12

97

3

2

16

20

190

42

2

7

6

57

11

4

4

5

12

8

25

7

6

1

12

33

9

3

57

18

7

20

34

79

25

11

8

6

50

34

482

11

23

14

48

89

5

44

16

154

29

22

16

244

78

13

7

66

13

UNDERGRADUATE

Bach Other

Sub-

Total

TOTAL

24

5

154

3

20

3

47

3

49

17

30

11

16

2

76

12

16

2

1

1

6

20

20

270

5

8

1

4

13

4

5

1

12

6

5

1

6

0

1

8

1

28

1

6

1

28

12

17

3

1

1

4

13

4

5

34

5

1

40

21

8

21

46

96

12

67

14

4

97

15

28

18

61

12

70

55

760

30

19

9

69

62

53

99

16

54

27

19

399

106

35

61

32

2

236

1

6

20

21

278

5

8

16

2

82

17

30

17

24

5

3

155

21

3

47

3

49

22

COUNTRY

Africa

Middle East

Total

New Zealand

Total

OVERSEAS TOTAL

University Statistics

POSTGRADUATE

PhD M(R) M(C) Other

6

5

3

3

5

7

253 26 178 238

Sub-

Total

14

15

695

UNDERGRADUATE

Bach Other

Sub-

Total

18 18

3 3

332 37 369

TOTAL

32

18

1064

77

77 2

2

OTHER OVERSEAS

9

9

7

7

95

95

24

24 1

1

25

25

120

120

330 28 187 245

790

356 38

394

1184

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Cooperation with Government and other public institutions

The Australian National University encourages members of the academic staff to give specialist advice and assistance to Federal and State Government departments and to other public institutions, both within

Australia and internationally. This help takes many forms — consultancies, membership of committees, involvement in particular projects, secondments, etc. The following list records such cooperation for 2000. This is not necessarily comprehensive.

Institute of Advanced Studies

Research School of Astronomy and

Astrophysics

Prof M BESSELL, president, Astronomical Society of

Australia; member, National Committee of Astronomy; member, Editorial Board of

PASA

; member, AAO

Schmidt Telescope Panel; Immediate Past President of

IAU Commission 29 on Stellar Spectra.

Dr G BICKNELL, member, Scientific Organising

Committee, Workshop on AGN Variability.

Dr M COLLESS, chair, Anglo–Australian Observatory

Users’ Committee; member, Australia Gemini Science

Advisory Committee’ chair, 6dF Science Advisory

Group; member, Mid-term Review Working Group of the National Committee for Astronomy.

Dr G DA COSTA, president, IAU Commission 37 (to

August); Immediate-Past President and member, Organizing Committee IAU Commission 37 (from

August); member, Organizing Committee, IAU Division VII; Australian Gemini Project Scientist,

Committee Memberships; chair, Committee of Gemini

Offices; member, Gemini Science Committee; chair,

Australian Gemini Science Advisory Committee; member, Australian Time Allocation Committee; member,

Scientific Organizing Committee, Joint Discussion 5

"Mixing and Diffusion in Stars: Theoretical Predictions and Observational Constraints", IAU General Assembly; member, Scientific Organizing Committee,

"Extragalactic Star Clusters", IAU Symposium proposal, Pucon, Chile; member, Scientific Organizing

Committee, "The Dynamics, Structure and History of

Galaxies", Dunk Island; chair, Local Organizing Committee, "The Dynamics, Structure and History of

Galaxies", Dunk Island.

Prof M DOPITA, president, IAU Division VI & Commission 34 on Interstellar Matter (1997–2000); chair,

IAU Executive Committee Working Group for the International Development of Antarctic Astronomy

(1997–2000); Co-chair, Scientific Organising Committee, IAU Symposium 209, “Planetary Nebulae:

Their Role in the Universe”; member, Scientific Organising Committee, IAU Symposium 205, “Galaxies and their Constituents at the Highest Angular Resolutions”; member, Scientific Organising Committee, IAU Joint

Discussion 11, “First Results of the FUSE Mission”; member, Board of Editors,

Astrophysics and Space Science

(1993–); member, Visiting Committee of the

Capodimonte Observatory; member, NASA Science

Oversight Committee for the Wide Field Camera-3; member, Antarctic Astronomy Working Group 1993–.

Dr P FRANCIS, member, Astronomical Society of

Australia Education sub-committee; Consultant to design part of a WWW Astrophysics course for Swinburne

University.

Prof K FREEMAN, member, Parkes Multibeam Working Group, Australia Telescope National Facility; president, International Astronomical Union (IAU) Division VII and IAU Commission 33 (Structure and

Dynamics of the Galactic System); Receiving Editor,

New Astronomy

(Elsevier); member, Scientific Organising Committee, Conference on "Dynamics of Star

Clusters and the Milky Way", Heidelberg; member,

Scientific Organising Committee, Conference on "Gas and Galaxy Evolution", Socorro; member, Scientific

Organising Committee, Conference on "Galaxy Disks and Disk Galaxies, Rome.

Dr R FUX; member, IAU Commission 33, Structure &

Dynamics of the Galactic System.

Dr C JACKSON; member, Australia Telescope Users’

Committee.

Dr A KALNAJS; member, Organising Committee IAU

Commission 33 “Structure and Dynamics of the Galactic System”.

Prof J MOULD; chair, Anglo–Australian Telescope

Board; member, National Committee for Astronomy; member, AURA Board (Association of Universities for

Research in Astronomy); ANU member, of the AURA

Board of Member Representives; chair, Visiting Committee of the European Southern Observatory; member, Faulkes Telescope P/L Board of Directors.

Dr B SCHMIDT; member, Australian Time Assignment Committee; member, Square Kilometer Array

Steering Committee.

Dr M SEVENSTER; member, Australia Telescope Users’ Committee; member, Australia Telescope Time

Assignment Committee.

Dr P WOOD; member, Local Organising Committee,

IAU Symposium 209; member, Scientific Organising

Committee, IAU Symposium 209.

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In consultation with JACKSON, JERJEN, SCHMIDT and VENNES, DA COSTA provided oversight for two

4-day visits of approximately 30 Monash third-year astrophysics undergraduates.

Research School of Biological Sciences

Director

HEARN JP, Scientific Adviser, Parliamentary Committee on Legal and Constitutional Affairs, Inquiry into

Cloning (1999–); member, Biotechnology Consultative

Group (BIOCOG), Department of Industry, Science and Resources (1999–); Deputy Director, Pest Animal

Control CRC (1999–); member, Board, Greenhouse

Accounting CRC (1999–); Honorary Research Fellow,

CSIRO Wildlife and Ecology, Gungahlin; member,

Asia and Pacific Regional Panel for Research in Reproductive Health, WHO (1998–); member, Council,

Center for Research Resources, National Institutes for

Health, Washington (1995–); chair, Australian Society for Reproductive Biology (2000–); member, Board,

ANUTECH (1999–); member, Board, Australian Centre for Intellectual Property in Agriculture (2000–);

Referee, National Health and Medical Research Council; reviewer, Reproduction, Fertility and Development,

American Primatology.

Developmental Neurobiology and

Endocrinology

MARK, RF, Past President, Australian Neuroscience

Society; referee, Australian Research Council, National

Health and Medical Research Council, New Zealand

Neurological Foundation and academic journals, Behavioural Brain Research; Representative, Australian

Neurosciences Society on Federation of Australian Scientific and Technological Societies; member, Initial

Review Board of the Medical and Scientific Advisory

Council of the Alzheimers Association.

MAROTTE, LR, Public Officer, Australian Neuroscience Society, referee, National Health and Medical

Research Council grant application.

TYNDALE-BISCOE, H, member, Board of CSIRO

Publishing; member, Board of Standards of the Australian Journals of Scientific Research; Academy of Science project Video Histories of Australian Scientists; Referee,

2 Australian Research Council major research grants.

VIDOVIC, M, referee, Australian Research Council grant applications; referee,

Journal of Dairy Research

.

VIGGERS, K, overall Convener and Session Convener,

Australian Veterinary Association Annual Conference,

Australian Association of Veterinary Conservation Biologists, Perth 2000; referee, Large Australian Research

Council grant application; referee, Antarctic Science,

Wildlife Research; ACT Representative, Wildlife

Health Australia; Steering Committee Member, Wildlife Health Australia.

Cooperation with Government and other public institutions

Ecosystem Dynamics

BALL, MC, Elected Discipline Representative for Ecophysiology, Council of the Australian Society of Plant

Physiologists; member, Planning Committee for the

Photosynthesis Congress (Brisbane, 2001); member,

Editorial Boards of

Oecologia, Global Change Biology,

Plant Biology and Trees: Structure and Function.

NOBLE, IR, CEO, CRC for Greenhouse Accounting; adviser, NSW Premiers Department; adviser, Indonesian Government; adviser, ALP Environment

Committee; chair, Scientific Steering Committee of

Global Change and Terrestrial Ecosystems (GCTE); member, Scientific Committee of the International Geosphere Biosphere Program (IGBP) and the Scientific

Steering Committee of Global Analysis, Interpretation and Modelling (GAIM). In these capacities he made presentations at conferences and took part in workshops in Australia, Mexico, South Africa and the USA; lead author, Third Intergovernmental Panel on Climate

Change Assessment Report and Co-Chair of the IPCC

Special Report on Land Use, Land Use Change and

Forestry; attended Intergovernmental Panel on Climate

Change meetings in Canada, Poland, Switzerland and the USA; member, Global Change Advisory Committee to the Minister for the Environment; adviser to

Environment Australia; member, Scientific Advisory

Panel of the CRC on the Sustainable Use of Savanna

Ecosystems; Expert Adviser, NAFI Forum, Canberra;

Expert Adviser, Sydney Futures Exchange Workshop,

Sydney; Expert Adviser, National Farmers Federation,

Canberra; Expert Adviser, Briefing of Greenpeace International and Australian Conservation Foundation on the IPCC Special Report, Canberra; member, Editorial

Boards,

Advances in Global Change Research, Climate

Policy, Ecosystems, Diversity & Distributions

and the

Journal of Vegetation Science

.

O'BRIEN, M, developed Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) case studies for plantation forestry, revegetation, avoided deforestation and an integrated catchment scale project; developed a CDM “How-to-

Guide” for potential use by Australia and the international community; participant, committee briefing by the CRC for Greenhouse Accounting for the Senate Environment, Communications, Information Technology and the Arts References Committee’s inquiry into Australia’s response to global warming; presenter, Climate

Action Network Australia on behalf of the CRC for

Greenhouse Accounting about the LULUCF Special

Report and the issue of carbon sinks in the Kyoto

Protocol.

ROXBURGH, SH, Referee,

Journal of Vegetation Science and Plant Ecology

.

SLATYER, RO, chair, Rainforest CRC; adviser, Environment Australia, scientific assessment of the natural heritage significance of the Eucalypts; member, Selection Committee for the Chair of Tropical Plant

Sciences.

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The Australian National University Annual Report 2000

Electron Microscopy Unit

The EMU facilities were used by the University of Canberra, Australian Defence Force Academy, University of

NSW and Charles Sturt University, CSIRO, Australian

Geological Survey Organisation, Australian Nuclear

Science and Technology Organisation, Food Science

Australia, the National Gallery of Australia, Australian

Federal Police Forensic Division, ACT Electricity and

Water, and the Royal Australian Mint.

STOWE, S, editor,

Australian EM Newsletter

; member,

Awards Committee, Australian Society for Electron Microscopy; referee, NZ Lottery Grants.

Environmental Biology

BIRD, M, member, Editorial Board of

Geology

.

EVANS J, ANU Representative, The Green Machine

Science Education Centre; Honorary Treasurer, Australian Society of Plant Physiologists; referee, scientific journals and Australian Research Council grant; member, Editorial Board of

Plant, Cell and Environment

; member, Editorial Advisory Committee,

Australian

Journal of Plant Physiology

; Project Leader, Cooperative

Research Centre for Greenhouse Accounting.

FARQUHAR GD, Lead Author, Intergovernmental

Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), Third Assessment

Report; Convening Lead Author, IPCC Special Report on Land Use, Land Use Change and Forestry; member,

Greenhouse Science Advisory Committee (GSAC); member, High Level Steering Committee for the National Carbon Accounting System (Australian

Greenhouse Office); Presented evidence to the Senate

References Committee on Environment, Communication, Information Technology and the Arts in their

Inquiry into Global Warming, on behalf of the CRC for

Greenhouse Accounting; Prepared a submission to the

Joint Standing Committee on Treaties, House of Representatives, regarding the Kyoto Protocol, on behalf of the CRC for Greenhouse Accounting; Subject Editor,

Plant, Cell and Environment;

member, Greenhouse Science Advisory Committee; Deputy CEO and Program

Leader, Cooperative Research Centre for Greenhouse

Accounting.

MASLE, J, Project Leader, Cooperative Research Centre for Greenhouse Accounting.

Genomic Interactions Group

DJORDJEVIC, MA, Grant Reviewer, US Department of Agriculture and Australian Research Council; member, Editorial Advisory Board,

Australian Journal of

Plant Physiology

; reviewer,

Plant Journal, Australian

Journal of Plant Physiology, Plant Physiology, Molecular

Plant Microbe Interactions, Plant and Soil, FEMS Microbiology Letters, Soil Biology and Biochemistry

; member,

Organising Committee, 8th International Symposium on Nitrogen Fixation with Non-legumes; participant,

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Grains Research and Development Council workshop on the root soil interface.

MATHESIUS, U, invited presenter, Grain Research and Development Council workshop on the root soil interface; Invited Speaker, Annual Meeting of the Society of Experimental Biology, Exeter, UK; Reviewer,

Protoplasma, Annuals of Botany, Plant Physiology and

Biochemistry.

ROLFE, BG, Grant Reviewer, US National Science

Foundation, US Department of Agriculture and Australian Research Council; Section Editor,

Plant and Soil

;

Guest Editor,

Plant Molecular Biology

; Member, Review

Board, International Congress on Nitrogen Fixation;

Member, Review Board, European Nitrogen Fixation

Meetings; Member, Board, International Society for

Molecular Biology of Plant Microbe Interactions; Elected Vice President, Australian Electrophoresis Society;

Past President and Board Member, International Society of Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions; Lecturer and consultant, Rural Industry Research and Development Corporation; Participant and Presenter,

Millennium for Microbiology, Australian Society for

Microbiology, Cairns, Queensland; Participant, Grain

Research and Development Council workshop on the root soil interface; Lectures and discussion at Rice

Growers Cooperative R&D Workshop; Organised and ran the CRC for Sustainable Rice Production cold damage workshop.

WEILLER, G, Grant Reviewer, PhD Thesis Reviewer and Examiner, Monash University; Book Reviewer,

Humana Press; Expert Adviser, workshop, University of

Western Australia; Invited seminar speaker, Department of Mathematics and Statistics, University of

Western Australia; Department of Electrical and Computer Systems Engineering, Monash University; Annual

Meeting of the Society of Industrial Microbiology (SIM

2000) San Diego, USA; Technical Faculty of the University of Bielefeld, Germany; 8 th

International

Conference on Intelligent Systems in Molecular Biology, San Diego, USA.

WEINMAN, JJ, reviewer,

Australian Journal of Plant

Physiology

; organised and presented lectures the CRC for Sustainable Rice Production cold damage workshop; Lectures and discussion at Rice Growers

Cooperative R&D Workshop.

Molecular Genetics and Evolution

BALL, E, Referee, Australian Research Council grants.

BÜCHEN-OSMOND, C, Visitor, European Bioinformatics Institute, Hinxton, Cambridge, UK; Seminar speaker, Institute for Plant Pathology and Plant Protection, University of Göttingen; Institute of Applied

Botany, University of Hamburg; Elected Member,

Committee on “Bioinformatics and Networking” of the

World Federation of Culture Collection; Participant, discussion meeting on the “Origin of HIV and the

AIDS epidemic”, Royal Society of London; Seminar speaker, on the use of the ICTVdB, University of

Arizona.

CLARK-WALKER, GD, Member, Editorial Board,

Mitochondrion

; Referee, Australian Research Council grant applications; Referee,

EMBO Journal

.

TRUEMAN, JWH, Member, Editorial Panel,

Systematic Biology

; Member, Referee Panel, Australian

Research Council; member, Referee Panel, Australian

Biological Resources Study; Member, Threatened Species Committee, Wingecarribee Swamp Recovery Team

(NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service and Sydney

Catchment Authority); consultancy, NSW National

Parks and Wildlife Service, Statewide survey for Petalura gigantea in NSW.

TRUEMAN, JWH and Clarke G (CSIRO Entomology), consultancy with NSW National Parks and

Wildlife Service, Threatened Species Recovery Plan for

Petalura gigantea.

TRUEMAN, JWH, Driver F, Hartley D (CSIRO),

Goolsby JA (United States Department of Agriculture), collaborative project (United States Department of Agriculture) to determine the phylogenetic structure of the pest fern Lygodium microphylum (continuing).

Molecular Plant Physiology Group

ANDREWS TJ, discussions with CSIRO Telecommunications and Industrial Physics on the topic of artificial photosynthesis.

BADGER, M, Reviewer, Australian Research Council grant applications; Reviewer, manuscripts submitted to several international biochemical, molecular biological and plant physiological journals; Organiser, Fourth International Symposium on Inorganic Carbon

Utilisation by Aquatic Photosynthetic Organisms —

Fourth International Aquatic CCM Conference (Palm

Cove, August 2001).

PRICE, D, Referee, 9 research papers; Co-chair organiser, 12 th

Photosynthesis Congress (Brisbane, 2001)

Symposium; Organiser, Fourth International Symposium on Inorganic Carbon Utilisation by Aquatic

Photosynthetic Organisms — Fourth International

Aquatic CCM Conference (Palm Cove, August 2001).

Photobioenergetics

ANDERSON, JM, Member, Lemberg Committee,

Australian Academy of Science; Member, Editorial

Boards, Plant, Cell and Environment and Photosynthesis

Research; Referee, Natural Environment Research

Council (UK), US National Science Foundation, US

Department of Agriculture, National Science and Engineering Research Council of Canada, Australian

Research Council.

CHOW, WS, Member, Editorial Board, Physiologia

Plantarum; Referee, US Department of Agriculture,

Cooperation with Government and other public institutions

Australian Research Council, New Zealand Foundation for Research into Science and Technology.

GILMORE, A, Referee, US Department of

Agriculture.

HENDRICKSON L, survey report: “Grapevine Plantings and Wine Grape Production in the Canberra

District”, commissioned by the Chief Minister’s Department, ACT Government.

OSMOND, CB, Chair, Photosynthesis 2001, 12th International Congress for Photosynthesis; Member,

Executive Committee, International Society for Photosynthesis Research; Chair, National Committee for

Plant Sciences, Australian Academy of Science; Chair,

Advisory Board, Australian Journal of Plant Physiology;

Member, Editorial Boards of Planta, Plant Biology and

Plant Physiology; Representative, Australian Academy of

Science Asia Exchange Program Committee; Representative, International Conference Support Scheme,

Department of Scientific and Industrial Research, New

Zealand; Representative, Board of Standards, Australian Journals of Research; Member, Fachbeirat

(scientific advisory board) Max-Planck Institut fur

Molekulare Pflanzenphysiologie, Golm; Strategic Partnerships with Industry — Research and Training

(SPIRT) Grant Support from Southcorp, Clonakilla,

Brindabella Hills, and Stringybark Hills wineries

($5000 pa for 3 years, beginning March 1999).

WYDRZYNSKI, T, Member, Editorial Board, Photo-

synthesis Research; Referee, USA–Israel Binational

Agricultural Research and Development Fund.

Plant Cell Biology

BURN, JE, Expert Adviser, Blake, Dawson and

Waldron.

GUNNING, BES, Editor, Protoplasma; Reviewer, An-

nals of Botany, Protoplasma, The Plant Cell.

HARDHAM, AR, Co-convener, Robertson Symposium on Plant Cell Biology (Canberra)l member,

Editorial Board, Fungal Genetics and Biology, Protoplas-

ma, Advances in Botanical Research; Examiner of PhD thesis, RMIT University; Member, Governing Board,

CRC for Tropical Plant Protection; Member, Executive

Committee, CRC for Tropical Plant Protection; Member, National Committee for Plant Science, Australian

Academy of Science; Member, Sectional Committee 6,

Plant and Microbial Sciences, Australian Academy of

Science; Reviewer, Australian Research Council grant applications; Reviewer, Mycological Research, Physiological and Molecular Plant Pathology, Protoplasma.

JOHN, PCL, Keynote Speaker, 6 th

International Congress of Plant Molecular Biology, Québec, Canada;

Member, Scientific Advisory Board, International Agbio company, CropDesign; Participant, Australian Research Council and Research & Development

Corporations Innovation Forum: Genomics and Gene

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The Australian National University Annual Report 2000

Technologies; Reviewer, Planta, Plant Journal,

Protoplasma.

JONES, DA, Co-convener, ANU/CSIRO Plant Biology Seminar program; Reviewer, Protoplasma; Reviewer,

Australian Research Council grant applications; Reviewer, Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research

Council grant applications.

WASTENEYS, GO, ACT Representative, Australia &

New Zealand Society for Cell & Developmental Biology Incorporated; Co-convener, Robertson Symposium on Plant Cell Biology (Canberra); Member, Organising

Committee (Biological Program), MicrOZcopy 2000, the 16 th

Australian Conference on Electron Microscopy

(Canberra); Reviewer, Protoplasma; Seminar speaker,

John Innes Centre; University of Salzburg; Plant Industry (CSIRO) Forum on Cotton, and Centre for the

Science and Engineering of Materials, ANU.

WATT, M, Reviewer, Journal of Experimental Botany,

Plant and Soil.

WILLIAMSON, RE, Member, Editorial Board, Plan-

ta, European Journal of Cell Biology.

Visual Sciences

MADDESS T, secretary, Canberra Region, Australian

Biotechnology Association; Reviewer, Australian Research Council, Strategic Partnerships with Industry —

Research and Training (SPIRT), National Health and

Medical Research Council, Raine Foundation, ANU

Faculties Research Grants Committee grant applications; Reviewer, Clinical and Experimental

Ophthalmology and Vision Research; RSBS Representative, Australian Biotechnology Association (ABA)

Conference and at functions of the ACT Government

Business Development Office and the ABA; Organiser,

RSBS contribution, ACT Focus on Business 2000 Conference; Presentations to venture capitalists, government representatives, and overseas biotechnology groups; Member, ANU Awards Committee.

MALESZKA, R, Grant Reviewer, BARD — the United

States–Israel Binational Agricultural Research and Development Fund; Guest Lecturer, Department of

Genetics, University of Melbourne; PhD Thesis Examiner, University of Queensland; Reviewer, Molecular

and General Genetics and the European Journal of Bio-

chemistry; Visitor, Department of Entomology,

University of Arizona, USA.

MORGAN, IG, Scientific Co-chair, Australasia Ophthalmic and Visual Science Meeting; Member,

Organising Committee, 2000 Australasia Ophthalmic and Visual Science Meeting Conference (Sydney);

Member, Organising Committee, bid for the International Congress of Eye Research for Sydney in 2004;

Reviewer, Visual Neuroscience, Neuroscience Letters and Journal of Neurochemistry; Reviewer, National

Health and Medical Research Council, Australian Re-

28 search Council and Ophthalmic Research Institute of

Australia grant applications.

SRINIVASAN, MV, Member, Editorial Boards, The

Journal of Comparative Physiology (A), the Journal of In-

sect Physiology and the Australian Journal of Intelligent

Information Processing Systems.

ZANKER, J, Referee, Vision Research, Perception, Neu-

ral Computation, Nature, Proceedings of the Royal Society,

European Journal of Neuroscience; Thesis Examiner; Referee, funding agencies Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (Germany), Wellcome Trust (UK).

ZEIL, J, Grant reviewer and expert adviser, National

Science Foundation (USA), Wellcome Trust (UK),

Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute (USA), Australian Research Council, US Immigration

Department; Referee, Journal of Experimental Biology

and Animal Behaviour.

Research School of Chemistry

Prof M. G. BANWELL, Consultant, Fine Chemicals

Program of CSIRO Molecular Science, Melbourne;

Consultant, Genencor International Inc, Palo Alto;

Consultant, Biota Holdings Ltd, Melbourne; Member,

Editorial Boards, Australian Journal of Chemistry, Green

Chemistry, Indian Journal of Chemistry (Section B), Jour-

nal of the Chemical Society, Perkin 1, New Journal of

Chemistry, Synlett; Associate Editor, Methods in Organic

Synthesis; Member, Executive, Division of Organic

Chemistry, RACI (until February 2001); Member, Organising Committee, Organic Division Conference,

11th RACI National Convention, Canberra; Member,

Advisory Board, Special Centre for Green Chemistry,

Monash University; Assessor, ARC grant applications.

Prof M. A. BENNETT, Member, Asia Exchange and

Postdoctoral Sub-committee, Australian Academy of

Science; Australian Representative, IUPAC Commission on Nomenclature of Inorganic Chemistry;

Member, International Advisory Boards, Dictionary of

Organometallic Compounds and Dictionary of Inorganic Compounds; International Editorial Associate,

Inorganic Syntheses; Member, Editorial Advisory Board,

Inorganic Chemistry; ACT Representative, Committee of the Australian Association of Alexander von Humboldt Fellows; Co-organiser, Symposium on Selective

Transformations with Late Transition Metal Complexes, 2000 International Chemical Congress of Pacific

Basin Societies, Honolulu, Hawaii; Assessor, ARC grant applications.

Dr N. E. BRASCH, Member, ACT Branch Committee, RACI; Member, Inorganic Chemistry Division

Committee, RACI.

Dr A. G. CHRISTY, Associate Editor, Mineralogical

Magazine

Dr M. A. COLLINS, Member, Physical Chemistry Division Committee, RACI

Dr N. E. DIXON, Member, Organising Committee,

ComBio 2001 Conference, 30 September–4 October

2001; Visiting Lecturer, School of Chemistry, University of Sydney; Assessor, ARC and NHMRC grant applications.

Prof C. J. EASTON, Member, Policy Committee, Federation of Australian Scientific and Technological

Societies (FASTS); Secretary and Chair Elect, Organic

Chemistry Division, RACI; President Elect, ACT

Branch, RACI; Member, Advisory Board, Centre for

Chiral and Molecular Technologies, Deakin University;

Member, Organising Committee, 11th RACI National

Convention; Member, Organising Committee, Organic Chemistry Division Conference, 11th RACI

National Convention, Canberra; Member, Editorial

Board, ARKIVOC; Member, Referee Panel, Chemical

Communications; Member, Organising Committee,

Symposium on New Developments in Organic Radical

Chemistry, 2000 International Chemical Congress of

Pacific Basin Societies, Honolulu, Hawaii; Member, International Advisory Board, 2002 EUCHEM

Conference on Organic Free Radicals

Prof D. J. EVANS, Permanent Visiting Scientist, National Institute of Standards and Technology,

Department of Commerce, USA; Member, Sectional

Committee 3, Australian Academy of Science; Member, Technical Review Group, Australian Partnership for Advanced Computing (APAC); Member, Merit Allocation Committee, APAC; Member, Organising

Committee, 5th Liblice Conference on Statistical Mechanics of Liquids, Spinleruv Mlyn, Czech Republic, 9–

14 June 2002; Member, Scientific Committee, 2nd Pacific Basin Conference on Adsorption Science and

Technology, Brisbane, May 2000; Member, Editorial

Advisory Board, Chemical Physics; Member, Editorial

Boards, Molecular Simulation, Molecular Physics; Assessor, ARC grant applications

Dr G. A. HEATH, Honorary Fellow, Australian War

Memorial; Member, Raman Microscope Steering

Committee, University of Canberra; Supervising Scientist, CSIRO Student Research Scheme; Assessor, ARC grant applications

Dr M. A. KENIRY, Assessor, ARC and NHMRC grant applications

Dr E. KRAUSZ, Chair, Physical Chemistry Division and Conference Organiser, 11th RACI National Convention, Canberra; Assessor, ARC grant applications;

Assessor, NSF & DOE grant applications.

Prof L. N. MANDER, Member, Sectional Committee

3, Australian Academy of Science; Member, Editorial

Advisory Boards, Current Organic Chemistry, Dictionary

of Organic Compounds, Heterocycles, Journal of the

Chemical Society, Perkin 1, Natural Product Reports,

Synthesis, Synlett; Member, Board of Consulting Editors, Tetrahedron, Tetrahedron Letters; PhD Supervisor,

Cooperation with Government and other public institutions

Pascasarjana Universitas Padjadjaran, Bandung, Indonesia; Assessor, ARC grant applications.

Dr D. L OLLIS, Assessor, ARC and NHMRC grant applications; Member, North American Fellowships

Committee, Australian Academy of Science.

Prof L. RADOM, Vice-president, World Association of

Theoretically Oriented Chemists;Member, International Advisory Committee, 15th IUPAC Conference on Physical Organic Chemistry, Göteborg, Sweden;

Co-organiser, Symposium on Computational Quantum Chemistry: Theoretical and Experimental

Perspectives, 2000 International Chemical Congress of

Pacific Basin Societies, Honolulu, Hawaii; Member, International Advisory Committee, 16th IUPAC

Conference on Physical Organic Chemistry, San Diego,

USA, August 2002; Member, Editorial Advisory

Boards, Australian Journal of Chemistry, European Mass

Spectrometry, International Journal of Mass Spectrometry and Ion Processes, International Journal of Quantum

Chemistry, Journal of Computational Chemistry, Journal of Molecular Structure: Theochem, Journal of Physical Or-

ganic Chemistry, Journal of the Chemical Society, Perkin

Transactions 2; Assessor, ARC grant applications

Dr P. A. REYNOLDS, Member, Instrument Scheduling Panel "Excitations" ISIS Spallation Source,

Rutherford–Appleton Laboratory, UK

Dr E. M. SEVICK, Assessor, ARC grant applications

Dr T. R. WELBERRY, Vice President, Society of Crystallographers in Australia (SCA) (until 4 February

2000); President, Society of Crystallographers in Australia and New Zealand (SCANZ, formerly SCA) (from

4 February 2000); Member, National Committee for

Crystallography, Australian Academy of Science (from

April 2000); chair, Organising Committee, 21st Meeting of the Society of Crystallographers in Australia,

February 2000; Assessor, ARC grant applications

Dr E. WENGER, Guest-editor, Journal of Organome-

tallic Chemistry (Vol. 607, 2000); Member, Organising

Committee, 11th RACI Convention, Canberra; Organiser, Bennett Symposium and Inorganic Division

Program, 11th RACI Convention, Canberra.

Prof J. W. WHITE, Chair, National Committee for

Crystallography (Australian Academy of Science);

Chair, Scholarships Committee, Oxford Australia

Fund; Science Policy Secretary, Australian Academy of

Science; Member, ASRP Policy and Review Board;

Member, Council of the Asian Crystallographic Association; Member, Board of Governors, Consortium for

Advanced Radiation Sources, CARS, University of Chicago; Member, ISIS Inter–Appleton Laboratory, UK;

Member, ISIS Scheduling Panel, Rutherford–Appleton

Laboratory, UK; Member, Beam Facilities Consultative

Group, Australian Nuclear Science and Technology

Organisation; Member, Steering Committee, Oxford

Australia Fund; Member, Council, Australian Academy of Science; Member, Council, Australian Institute of

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The Australian National University Annual Report 2000

Nuclear Science and Engineering; Member, Neutron

Scattering Specialist Committee, Australian Institute of

Nuclear Science and Engineering; Member, Advisory

Committee, School of Chemistry, University of Sydney; Member, Australian Academy of Science/Royal

Society Exchange Program Committee; Vice-president,

Australian Neutron Beam Users Committee; Member,

CSIRO, Chemicals and Plastics Sector Advisory Committee; Member, International Review Committee,

KEK-JAERI, Japan; Member, International Advisory

Panel, Faculty of Science, National University of Singapore; Member, Scientific Program Committee,

International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry,

World Chemistry Congress; President, RACI; Member, Editorial Boards, Advances in Physics, Current

Opinion in Solid State and Materials Science, Journal of

Materials Chemistry, Physical Chemistry Chemical Phys-

ics; Assessor, ARC grant applications.

Dr S. B. WILD, Consulting Editor, Tetrahedron: Asym-

metry; Member, Editorial Advisory Board, Main Group

Chemistry; Assessor, ARC grant applications.

Dr R. L. WITHERS, Member, Organising Committee,

Crystal XXI, 21st Meeting of the Society of Crystallographers in Australia; Member, Program Committee,

MicrOZcopy 2000, 16th Australian Conference on

Electron Microscopy; Consultant, Electron Diffraction

Commission, International Union of Crystallography;

Member, Aperiodic Commission, International Union of Crystallography; External examiner, Institute of

Condensed Matter Chemistry, CNRS, Bordeaux,

France (PhD thesis defence)

Research School of Earth Sciences

Prof D.H. GREEN, member, Board of Management,

Australian National Seismic Imaging Resource (AN-

SIR); chair, Greenhouse Science Advisory Committee in the Department of the Environment and Heritage; member, Cambridge Commonwealth Trust.

Prof B.L.N. KENNETT, member, National Committee on Solid Earth Sciences, and chair, the

Subcommittee on Seismology and Physics of the Earth’s

Interior; chair, Academy Committees for Postdoctoral

Opportunities in Japan and exchange arrangements with N.E. Asia (China, Japan, Korea, Taiwan); represents the Academy of Sciences on the National

Committee for support of International Conferences in

Australia; Deputy Director, Australian National Seismic Imaging Resource (ANSIR), a Major National

Research Facility operated as a joint venture by the Australian Geological Survey Organisation and the

Australian National University; continued to provide support to the Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty (CTBT) Organisation in Vienna; member, review team, International Data Centre for the CTBT; President, International Association for Seismology and the

Physics of the Earth’s Interior (IASPEI); in that position is a member of the Executive Committee of the International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics (IUGG).

Prof K. LAMBECK, Chair, Antarctic Science Advisory

Committee; member, AUSLIG Geodesy Reference

Group; member, AUSAID Technical Advisory Group; member, Pangea Resources International Science Review Board; Vice President (until May) and currently

Foreign Secretary, Australian Academy of Science and member of its Council; member, EPILOG steering committee (climate and environment during the Last

Glacial Maximum), of the BALTEEM working group

(Palaeoenvironment and Palaeoclimate of the Baltic during the Last Interglacial); associate member, Canadian Institute for Advanced Research; member, Stage 3

Working Group concerned with climate and environment of Europe during oxygen isotope stage 3; cooperative research projects with scientists in Italy,

France, Netherlands, Sweden, United Kingdom, Switzerland and the United States.

Dr F.E.M. LILLEY, member, Geomagnetism and Aeronomy Subcommittee; worked with Dr C.E. Barton and Dr H. McCreadie of AGSO to organise the Fourth

Australian Geomagnetic Workshop, held at the AGSO buildings, Canberra.

Dr I.S. WILLIAMS, continued his longstanding collaboration with Australian Scientific Instruments (now a proprietary limited subsidiary of A

NU

T

ECH

Pty Ltd) in the manufacture and marketing of SHRIMP ion microprobes; visited the National Institute of Polar Research,

Tokyo, with Mr J. Hyder, ASI, to set up procedures for stable isotope analysis using the new NIPR SHRIMP II.

The Ion Microprobe subgroup continues to maintain a close working relationship with Australian Geological

Survey Organization (AGSO) geochronologists, sharing expertise, standards, time, costs and maintenance responsibilities for the SHRIMP I and II ion microprobes. This year the two groups combined in the sampling and characterisation of a new zircon standard for SHRIMP analysis, to be known as Temora.

The portable instrument facility of ANSIR is housed at

RSES and equipment is available via a competitive proposal scheme. In 2000 instrumentation has been provided to: Monash University for broadband studies in Victoria; a consortium of CSIRO Exploration and

Mining and BHP Coal for studies of seismicity in the

Appin Coal Field, NSW; RSES for the Western Australian Craton experiment; The Institute of Geological and Nuclear Sciences, New Zealand in association with

RSES for work in the Transantarctic mountains.

Research School of Information

Sciences and Engineering

Computer Sciences Laboratory

Dr Peter BARTLETT, Editor, Machine Learning; Action Editor, Journal of Machine Learning Research; Assoc

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Editor, Mathematics of Control Signals and Systems;

Member, Editorial Board, Journal of Artificial Intelli-

gence Research; Member, Editorial Board, Machine

Learning; Member, Program Committee, International

Workshop on Algorithmic Learning Theory; Member,

Program Committee, International Symposium on Soft

Computing for Industry; Member, Program Committee, International Conference on Neural Information

Processing’; Member, Program Committee, International Workshop on Algorithmic Learning Theory.

Dr Matthias FUCHS, Member, Program Committee,

Genetic and Evolutionary Computation Conference

Dr Jen DAVOREN, Member, Program Committee,

Workshop on Discrete Event Systems (Ghent, Belgium, 2000)

Dr Rajeev GORÉ, ACT Representative, Judging Panel,

Australian Computer Science Society’s Distinguished

Dissertation Award; Member, Program Committee, International Conference on Theorem Proving with

Analytic Tableaux and Related Methods

Dr Markus HEGLAND, Committee Member, Computational Mathematics Interest Group of the

Australian/NZ Industrial and Applied Mathematics Society; Member, Editorial Board, SIAM Journal of

Scientific Computing; Reviewer, Workshop on Parallel and Distributed Computing in Image Processing, Video; Processing and Multimedia (PDIVM-2000)

Prof John LLOYD, Member, Advisory Board, Theory and Practice of Logic Programming; Editorial Adviser,

The Journal of Logic Programming; Member, Editorial

Board, New Generation Computing; Member, Editorial

Board, Addison-Wesley International Series in Logic

Programming; Member, Editorial Board, Journal of

Functional and Logic Programming; Member, Editorial

Board, The Computer Journal; Program Chair, Australasian Workshop on Computational Logic (ANU);

Program Chair, First International Conference on

Computational Logic (Imperial College, London);

Vice-President (Pacific Rim), International Federation for Computational Logic

Dr Bruce MILLAR, Member, Organising Committee,

Australian International Conference on Speech Science and Technology (SST-2000); President, Australian

Speech Science and Technology Association Incorporated (ASSTA Inc); Chair, National Spoken Language

Database Committee, ASSTA Inc; Member, Editorial

Board, Speech Communication; Member, Advisory

Council, International Speech Communication Association; Member, Permanent Council, International

Congress of Phonetic Sciences; Member, Permanent

Council, International Conference on Spoken Language Processing; Member, Coordinating Committee for Speech Databases and Assessment (COCOSDA);

Rapporteur for Oceania Region, Coordinating Committee for Speech Databases and Assessment

(COCOSDA); Member, Board, Summer Institute of

Cooperation with Government and other public institutions

Linguistics Australia; Chair, School Committee, Board of the Summer Institute of Linguistics Australia; Member, Scientific Committee, International Conference on

Language Resources and Evaluation (LREC-2000);

Member, International Advisory Committee, International Conference on Spoken Language Processing

(ICSLP-2000); Member, International Committee,

Workshop on Innovative Speech Processing (WISP-

2001); Member, Technical Programme Committee,

Audio-Video Biometric Person Authentication (AVB-

PA-2001); Member, Scientific Review Board,

Australian International Conference on Speech Science and Technology (SST-2000)

Dr John SLANEY, Member, Program Committee, International Conference on Automated Deduction

(CADE); Member, Program Committee, Conference on Frontiers of Combining Systems (FroCoS); President, International Conferences on Automated

Deduction Inc; Member, Program Committee, Australian Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence;

Program Co-chair, Pacific Rim International Conference on Artificial Intelligence (PRICAI-2000,

Melbourne)

Department of Systems Engineering

Prof Brian ANDERSON, President, Australian Academy of Science; Adviser, International Federation of

Automatic Control; Advisory Committee, Centre for

Integrated Dynamics and Control; Director, Cochlear

Ltd; Editorial Board Member, Applied and Computa-

tional Control, Signals, and Circuits; Editorial Board

Member, Journal of Multidimensional Systems and Signal

Processing; Editorial Board Member, Optimal Control

Applications and Methods; Editorial Board Member, In-

ternational Journal of Adaptive Control and Signal

Processing; Editorial Board Member, International Jour-

nal of Robust and Nonlinear Control; Editorial Board

Member, IEEE Control Systems Society, “Major Impact

Papers” Volume; Member, Asian Control Profs Association; Member, Australia Prize Advisory Committee;

Member, Prime Minister’s Science, Engineering and

Innovation Council; Member, Steering Committee, Innovations Summit; Member, Scientific Review Group,

Pangea Resources Australia Pty Ltd

Prof Alexander ZELINSKY, Member, Organising

Committee, International Conference on Field and

Service Robotics (1997–000); Editorial Board Member,

International Journal of Robotics Research (2000–2002);

Editorial Board Member, Special Issue of the Interna-

tional Journal of Robotics Research (November 2000);

Program Committee Member, Australian Conference on Robotics and Automation (ACRA 2000); Best Paper

Panel Member, International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA 2000); Chair of Special Session, IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent

Robots and Systems (IROS 2000)

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The Australian National University Annual Report 2000

Department of Telecommunications

Engineering

Prof Rodney KENNEDY, Assoc Editor, IEEE Transac-

tions on Communications, Data Communications in the

Area of Modulation and Signal Design; Member, Editorial Board, Journal of Adaptive Control and Signal

Processing; Member, Acoustical Society of America;

Grant Proposal Referee, Australian Research Council

John Curtin School of Medical

Research

Prof GL ADA, chair, Vaccine Working Group, National Centre in HIV Epidemiology and Clinical Research

(NCHECR), Sydney; member, Australian Influenza

Vaccine Committee; member, Programme Advisory

Committee and Programme Executive Committee of the Australian HIV Vaccine Consortium (Director,

Professor David Cooper, Head of NCHECR); scientific patron, Austin Research Institute, Melbourne; acted as a referee for manuscripts submitted to Adis International Ltd., New Zealand.

Dr R BAKER, Director and Vice-President, Genome

Conference Inc; Director, Australian Society for Medical Research; member, organising committee for

ComBio Conference, Canberra, 2001; expert consultant, Human Gene Nomenclature Committee, London.

Dr JM BEKKERS, member, council for the Australian

Neuroscience Society; consultant, Axon Instruments

Inc, Foster City, California, USA.

Prof RV BLANDEN, member, Editorial Boards, Im-

munology and Cell Biology, and the Asia-Pacific Journal

of Biotechnology; chair, Research Advisory Committee,

National Centre in HIV Virology Research; ANU representative, Board of the CRC for Pest Animal Control.

Dr P COOPER, Public Officer, Australian Cancer Society and the Clinical Oncological Society of Australia

(until July); consultant for ANUTECH.

Prof DR CURTIS, member, Panel of Advisers, National Institute of Forensic Science Australia

Prof AF DULHUNTY, member, council, Australian

Physiological and Pharmacological Society and RGIC for The National Heart Foundation.

Prof S EASTEAL, editor, Molecular Biology and

Evolution.

Dr P FOSTER, associate editor, Pharmacology and

Therapeutics; member, executive committee, International Eosinophil Society; member, working group for the basic science section of the International Eosinophil

Meeting, Banf, 2001.

Dr C FREEMAN, member, local organising committee, 2001 Matrix Biology conference, Canberra.

Prof PW GAGE, member, Editorial Committee, g of

Cellular and Molecular Neurobiology, and the Scientific

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Board of the Motor Neurone Disease Research Institute of Australia; President, Australian Physiological and

Pharmacological Society.

Prof C GOODNOW, member, Australian Society for

Immunology, member American Association of Immunologists; member, American Association for the

Advancement of Science; member, a number of advisory boards including; Walter and Eliza Hall Institute;

Scientific Advisory Board, Australian Genome Research

Facility and the Scientific Advisory Board, Illumina,

Inc, San Diego; Scientific Advisory Board, Genome Institute of the Novark's Foundation, San Diego; member, Editorial Boards of Journal of Experimental

Medicine, Immunological Reviews, International Immu-

nology, Current Biology, and Genome Biology.

Dr J GREADY, convener and symposium organizer of the Australian Society for Biochemistry and Molecular

Biology Bioinformatics Special Interest Group.

Prof IA HENDRY, science adviser, board of the

Wenkart Foundation; member, John James Memorial

Ethics Committee; member, editorial boards, Journal of

Neuroscience Research and International Journal of Devel-

opmental Neuroscience; assessor, National Health and

Medical Research Council, Australian Research Council, Medical Research Council (NZ), and National

Science Foundation (USA).

Dr CE HILL, Member, NHMRC Training Awards

Committee; ACT representative, Australian and New

Zealand Microcirculation Society.

Prof DA JANS, member, Joint Commission for the Selection of Candidates for Italian Govt Scholarships; delivered lectures and practical classes at James Cook

University of North Queensland, Townsville; external assessor for Rubicon 2000, Biochemistry and Mol Biol

Dept, Adelaide University. Member, editorial boards,

Australasian g of Cancer (2000–) and Current Drug Tar-

gets (2001).

Dr P JEFFREY, member, Australia Science Festival Advisory Council; member, Vice Chancellor's Outreach and Reference Group.

Dr K MATTHAEI, Consultant, Australian Quarantine

Inspection.

Dr P McCULLAGH, President, National Brain Injury; appointed to NHMRC Working Party on the Persistent Vegetative State; honorary medical adviser,

Vietnam Veterans' Association of Australia, Legacy and the Returned and Services League of Australia.

Prof C PARISH, editor-in-Chief, Immunology and Cell

Biology; member, Medical Research Advisory Committee of the Australian Cancer Research Foundation.

Prof IA RAMSHAW, member, Australian Drug Evaluation Sub-Committee, ACT Science and Technology

Council and Scientific Advisory Panel Westmead Insti-

tute for Cancer Research; Editorial Board member,

Viral Immunology, and Microbes and Infection.

Prof SJ REDMAN, member, Editorial Boards, Journal

of Neurophysiology, Synapse, Neuroscience, Journal of

Neuroscience Methods, Neuroreport, Trends in Neuroscience, Journal of Computational Neuroscience, European

Journal of Neuroscience, Journal of Clinical Neuroscience

and Clinical & Experimental Pharmacology & Physiology;

Deputy chair, NH&MRC Discipline Panel, and member, grant assessing panel for the New Zealand Health

Research Council; member, Wellcome Trust Interviewing Committee for International Fellowships; assessor,

Australian Research Council, National Health and

Medical Research Council, National Science Foundation, Ramaciotti Foundation and Wellcome Trust; member, Executive Committee, International Brain

Research Organization; member, Scientific Advisory

Committee, Prince of Wales Medical Research Institute; ANU representative, National Health Sciences

Centre.

Dr F SHANNON, member, NHMRC Discipline Panel; member, Board of the Lorne Genome Conference

Inc.; consultant, Boehringer Ingelheim.

Dr C SIMEONOVIC, member, Editorial Board, Cell

Transplantation; member, Local Organising Committee, The Canberra Hospital Annual Scientific Meeting.

Dr R SLATTERY, invited to launch the Juvenile Diabetes Foundation International "Walk for the Cure" fundraising kick-off 2000.

Dr G STUART, Project Grant assessor for NH&MRC; teacher, IBRO School of Brain Function in Hong

Kong.

Dr D TREMETHICK, invited analyst for Chemtract,

Biochemistry and Molecular Biology.

Dr B WALMSLEY, Committee member NH&MRC

Regional Grants Interviewing Committee, Brisbane;

Project Grant assessor, NH&MRC and ARC.

Prof JA WHITWORTH, Trustee, Sylvia and Charles

Viertel Charitable Foundation Medical Advisory

Board; Trustee, Foundation for High Blood Pressure

Research; chair, F1-11 Aircraft Health Study; chair, Advisory Panel — Commonwealth Health Minister's

Awards for Excellence in Health and Medical Research; member, WHO Global Advisory Committee on

Health Research; member, Ad Hoc Committee for

Stroke, World Heart Foundation; Honorary Ambassador for Canberra; member, Canberra Clinical School

Board of Studies; member, Committee of Deans of

Australasian Medical Schools (CDAMS); Co-chair,

WHO/ISH Guidelines Writing Committee; member,

WHO/ISH Liaison Committee; chair, High Blood

Pressure Research Council of Australia; Vice-President,

International Society of Hypertension Committee member, Review of the Blood Banking and Plasma

Product Sector.

Cooperation with Government and other public institutions

Dr DO WILLENBORG, member, International Advisory Board, International Society of

Neuroimmunology; Editorial Board member, Journal

of Neuroimmunology.

Prof IG YOUNG, editor, journal DNA Sequence; consultant, Boehringer-Ingelheim; member, Biological

Defence Advisory Committee, Department of Defence.

Research School of Pacific and Asian

Studies

Division of Economics

ATHUKORALA, Dr P, Adviser, Asia Recovery Information Centre, Asian Development Bank; assessor,

Australian Research Council large grants; team leader, moderator and coordinator of conference proceedings,

International Conference on Trade Policy Issues, Asian

Development Bank Institute, Tokyo,Japan, June; author, policy report, 'Capital Mobility, Crisis and

Adjustment: A Malaysian Case Study' for the International Centre for the Study of East Asian Development,

Kitakyushu, Japan.

CHAND, Dr S, Adviser, Government of Papua New

Guinea on privatisation.

de BROUWER, Prof G J, Adviser, Department of Foreign Affairs.

DRYSDALE, Prof P, Assessor, Australian Research

Council large grants; witness, Senate Select Committee on Superannuation and Financial Services; adviser,

APEC; consultant/lead researcher, Australian International Education Office, Tokyo; member, Expert Panel,

Japan–IMF Scholarship Program for Asia.

DUNCAN, Prof R C, Member: Australian Competition Tribunal, Australian Department of the Treasury;

Aid Advisery Council, Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade; UNESCO Social Sciences

Network, Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and

Trade.

GARNAUT, Prof R, Chair (May 1994 to May 2000),

Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research; chair, International Advisery Group to Papua

New Guinea; member, Advisery Council, Minister for

Foreign Affairs.

HILL, Prof H, Participant, roundtable discussions with: the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and

Trade; Australian Agency for International Development Assistance (AusAID); Philippines National

Economic and Development Authority.

KALIRAJAN, Dr K P, Consultant, Impediments to

Australia’s trade and investment in Indian Ocean Rim

— Association for Regional Cooperation (IOR–ARC),

Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, Australia; resource person, Decentralisation and Rural Poverty

Alleviation, Tamil Nadu Planning Commission, India.

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MANNING, Dr C, Adviser, Social Monitoring and

Early Response Unit, World Bank/ AusAID, Jakarta.

McKIBBIN, Prof W, Consultant: Australian Competition and Consumer Commission; Australian

Greenhouse Office; Department of Foreign Affairs and

Trade; Australian Coal Association; The World Bank;

Australian Treasury; Consultant, US Congressional

Budget Office; Tactical Global Management.

McLEOD, Dr R H, Participant, roundtable discussions on Indonesia: Department of Foreign Affairs and

Trade; Office of National Assessment; Australian Agency for International Development Assistance (AusAID);

BHP; organiser of an ad hoc roundtable discussion with visitors from Indonesia’s National Income Optimisation Task Force.

MENG, Dr X, Consultant, ACIL Australia Pty Ltd:

China Capacity Building Program.

SONG, Dr L, Consultant: International Finance Corporation (IFC); State Economic and Trade

Commission of PRC.

WOLFF, L, Committee member, IDP Education Australia; assessor, Australian–European Scholarships.

Division of Pacific and Asian History

BALLARD, Dr C, Adviser, Australian Government parties and the Department of Foreign Affairs and

Trade; consultant, Freeport McMoren and the Lembaga Musyawarah Adat Suku Amungme (LEMASA).

DOUGLAS, Dr B, Member of RSPAS team briefing,

Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade; Adviser, Papua New Guinea members of Community Equity in

Education Project, Papua New Guinea Branch,

AusAID.

FEALY, Dr G, Consultant: Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade; The Asia Foundation, Jakarta; USAID

Jakarta; adviser, BHP.

JACKSON, Dr P, Presenter of two orientation seminars to Australian volunteers for work in Thailand.

LAL, Prof B V, Consultant, Refugee Tribunal, Sydney.

McCORMACK, Prof G, Adviser: the Japan Desk, Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade; lecturer,

Australian Defence College, Canberra.

MORRIS-SUZUKI, Prof T, Member, Foreign Affairs

Council.

NELSON, Prof H, Adviser, Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade; assessor, Australian Research Council large and small grants; adviser, Department of Veterans’

Affairs.

Division of Politics and International

Relations

AMYX, Dr J, Adviser, the Japan Desk, Department of

Foreign Affairs and Trade.

DINNEN, Dr S, Adviser, Solomon Islands Peace Process (attached to the Peace Office of the Solomon Islands

Christian Association in Honiara, Solomon Islands);

Justice Specialist on the Australia/PNG Law and Justice

Sector Review.

ELLIOTT, Dr L, Lecturer, Royal Australian Airforce

Staff College; invited lecturer, Australian Defence

College.

FRY, G, Lecturer: Naval Training College, Sydney;

Australian Government, Parliament House, Canberra;

Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade’s Graduate

Training Course.

HARRIS, Prof S, Co-chair, the Australian Committee of the Council for Security Cooperation in the Asia–Pacific; member: International Steering Committee,

Foreign Affairs Council; Advisery Council, Japan Centre for International Exchange; Trilateral Commission;

Australian member, Council for Asia–Europe

Cooperation.

KERKVLIET, Prof B, Assessor, Australia Research

Council grants.

MAY, Dr R J, Adviser: Joint [Parliamentary] Committee, Foreign Affairs, Defence and Trade; Minister for

Foreign Affairs and Trade; Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade personnel; Embassies of Switzerland,

Singapore, Norway, the United Kingdom; lecturer,

Australian Defence College.

NOBLE, Dr G, Lecturer, Australian Defence College.

REGAN, A, Adviser: Australian Department of Foreign

Affairs (PNG Branch) and Trade; AusAID (Bougainville desk of the PNG Branch); AusAID (Pacific

Branch) and to Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (Pacific Branch); provided assistance,

Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade /

Bougainville Peace Monitoring Group.

REUS-SMIT, Dr C, Guest lecturer, Australian Defence

College.

Division of Society and Environment

Department of Anthropology

FILER, Dr C, Adviser: AusAID, Papua New Guinea;

Chamber of Mines and Petroleum, Papua New Guinea;

Department of Mining, Papua New Guinea.

KILDEA, G, Adviser: SBS TV; NSW Film and Television Office; Australian Film Commission; Ronin Films.

ROBINSON, Dr K, Consultant: Community Participation Strategy, Bapedal Regional Project, Bali,

Indonesia; IDSS Community Participation and Gender

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Working Paper; East Timor Rural Water Supply;

AusAID; Gender Policy in Indonesia.

RUMSEY, Dr A, Invited participant, Papua New

Guinea Provincial Capacities Workshop for AusAID.

WEINER, Dr J F, Adviser: Gurang Land Council (Aboriginal Corporation); Indigenous Land Corporation,

Brisbane; consultant, audit of Incorporated Land

Groups in Kutubu Oil Project Area, Chevron Niugini

Ltd; prepared native title connection reports, Butchulla,

Wondunna, Olga Miller, Gurang Land Council; prepared a strategic land use and acquisition plan for southeast Queensland, for the Indigenous Land

Corporation.

Department of Archaeology and Natural History

AMBROSE, W, Member: Antarctic Science Advisery

Committee; Human Impacts Program Advisery Committee (PAC), Australian Antarctic Division.

GOLSON, Emeritus Prof J, Joint consultant with T P

Denham, Archaeology and Anthropology, Faculty of

Arts, and Dr P L Swadling, Department of Archaeology and Natural History, RSPAS, advising a Papua New

Guinea committee representative of the Papua New

Guinea National Committee for UNESCO, the Papua

New Guinea National Museum and Art Gallery, the

University of Papua New Guinea, the Western Highlands Provincial Government and the Kuk community in the matter of the nomination of the Kuk archaeological site, Western Highlands Province, for World

Heritage status.

HOPE, Prof G S, Member: Expert Panel, Cape York

Management Committee, Environment Branch, Department of Primary Industries, Queensland

Government; member, Advisery Committees: Wingecarribee Reserve; Sydney Water; member, Advisery

Board, Seven Summits project, Public Broadcasting,

Boston; member, Lemberg Award advisery committee,

Australian Academy of Science; assessor: Australia Research Council grants; New Zealand Research Awards,

New Zealand Government.

Department of Human Geography

ALLEN, Dr B J, Adviser, Australian Agency for International Development; commercial partner, Dames and Moore Pty Ltd.

BOURKE, Dr R M, Adviser, Sandalwood Project,

CSIRO Forestry and Forest Products; commercial partner, Dames and Moore Pty Ltd.

GIBSON, Dr K D, Assessor, Australian Research

Council grants.

PRETES, M, Consultant: Village Enterprise Fund,

Kenya and Uganda; Aboriginal Legal Rights Movement, South Australia.

RIMMER, Prof P J, Presenter, Royal Australian Navy’s maritime study period; panel member, Board of Senior

Cooperation with Government and other public institutions

Secondary Studies (Geography and Asian Studies

Panels).

Department of Linguistics

PAWLEY, Prof A, Principal investigator, project investigating knowledge of plants by Kalam people of Papua

New Guinea (funded by Exgenix Operations Ltd, Melbourne); external adviser, Department of Literature and

Language, University of the South Pacific; chair, Steering Committee, International Conference on

Austronesian Linguistics; adviser, Summer Institute of

Linguistics.

ROSS, Dr M, Adviser, Summer Institute of Linguistics.

Tryon, Dr D, Member, Pacific Islands Senior Visiting

Fellowship Scheme Advisery Committee, Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade.

Contemporary China Centre

UNGER. Dr J, Adviser, AusAID.

Gender Relations Centre

LAW, Dr L, Assessor, Australian Research Council grants.

Transformation of Communist Systems Project

MILLER, Dr R F, External specialists’ panel, Centre for

International Strategic Analysis Pty Ltd, Perth.

Non Divisional Groups

Director’s Section

FOX, Prof J J, Assessor, Australian Research Council grant application; project assessor, Australian Centre for

International Agricultural Research; consultant to

AusAID on East Timor; consultant to World Bank on

Indonesian forestry.

Pacific Manuscripts Bureau

MAIDMENT, W, Archival assistance: Papua New

Guinea National Archives and Records Service; Yap

State Archives; National Archives of Australia; Australian Council of Trade Unions; Papua New Guinea

Maritime Workers Industrial Union Archives, Port

Moresby.

Resource Management in the Asia–Pacific Project

BALLARD, Dr C, See entry under Pacific and Asian

History.

McWILLIAM, Dr A, Consultant/Research Officer,

Aboriginal Areas Protection Authority, Northern Territory (including discussions with the Royal Australian

Air Force); consultant, on Work Bank project with

UNTAET in East Timor; adviser, Provincial Government in Nusa Tenggara Timur.

State, Society and Governance in Melanesia Project

DOUGLAS, Dr B, Briefing to PNG members of Community Equity in Education Project, PNG Branch,

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AusAID; member, RSPAS team to brief Department of

Foreign Affairs and Trade on the current situation and future direction in the South Pacific.

REGAN, A, Assistance to the Solomon Islands Christian Association with the development of peacemaking and reconciliation efforts.

SSGM Team members, Briefings to AusAID and Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade.

Strategic and Defence Studies Centre

BALL, Prof D, Member, Council for Security Cooperation in the Asia–Pacific (CSCAP).

DIBB, Prof P, Member, Foreign Affairs Council; chair of the Defence Consultation Team to the Secretary of

Defence and Chief of the Defence Force; chair of security discussions with China.

DUPONT, A, Academic adviser, ACT Accreditation

Council

HORNER, Prof D M, Member, Australian Army Military History Projects Committee; head, Australian

Army’s Land Warfare Studies Centre.

McFARLANE, J, Presenter, ‘Asia–Pacific security and transnational crime’, to New Zealand Police Headquarters, Wellington.

Research School of Social Sciences

Australian Dictionary of Biography

Dr C.D. COULTHARD-CLARK, Invited speaker at seminar on Australians in the Korean War: 50 years on,

Victoria Barracks, Melbourne.

B. DAWSON, President, St John’s Schoolhouse Museum board of management.

Prof K. S. INGLIS

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Member, comité scientifique, Historial de la Grande Guerre, Peronne, France.

Prof J. RITCHIE, Lecturer, Australian Defence College; Member, advisory committee, Australian National

Dictionary Centre; Member, advisory board, Biographical Dictionary of the Australian Senate; Member, editorial board, Tasmanian Historical Studies.

Centre for Democratic Institutions

Dr Sharon BESSELL, Workshop leader and speaker, gender and democracy workshop and plenary session, global forum for women political leaders, Manila; Invited speaker on gender, education and social cohesion at a regional consultation hosted by the World Bank and

Asian Development Bank, Manila.

R. RICH, Team leader, AusAID Indonesia governance mission, Jakarta; Presenter, Australian Youth Ambassadors pre-departure training program.

Centre for Economic Policy Research

Prof B.J. CHAPMAN, Consultant to UK Department for International Development on analysis of education financing in Rwanda; Department of Employment,

Workplace Relations and Small Business on politics, history and economics of HECS; Chair, reference committee, Household Income and Labour Dynamics

Australia (HILDA) survey, University of Melbourne;

Member, labour market data advisory committee, Australian Bureau of Statistics; Invited speaker on young

Australians‘ education: gender issues at conference organised by DETYA and the Australian Institute of

Political Science; Member, editorial board, Education

Economics; Economics of Education Review; Australian

Journal of Labour Economics.

Dr T. CROSSLEY, Consultant to Commonwealth Department of Family and Community Services.

Academic adviser and member, steering committee,

Household Income and Labour Market Dynamics Australia (HILDA) survey; Member, editorial board,

Canadian Journal of Economics.

Centre for Immigration and Multicultural

Studies

Dr J.JUPP, Consultant to Victorian Government Multicultural Affairs Unit; Chair, international relations committee, Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia;

International member, Refugee Studies Centre, York

University, Canada; Member, Canberra regional committee on migration, planning and settlement,

Department of Immigration and Multicultural Affairs; advisory board, European Studies Centre, University of

New South Wales; Asia Pacific migration research network of the UNESCO-MOST program; executive committee, politics and ethnicity committee, International Political Science Association; Advisory editor,

Journal of Australian Studies; Member, editorial board,

International Journal (Canada); Reform; Member, board of associate editors, Journal of International Mi-

gration and Integration (Canada).

Centre for Tax System Integrity

Dr V. BRAITHWAITE, Chair, ethics committee, Australian Institute of Criminology; Member, cash economy task force, Australian Taxation Office; Guest speaker on influencing community attitudes for Roads and Traffic Authority of New South Wales; Participant, social capital think tank on accountability sponsored by

Commonwealth Department of Family and Community Services; workshop on the future of education and vocational training organised by Australian Student

Traineeship Foundation; Assoc editor, Australian Jour-

nal of Psychology; Member, editorial board, Journal of

Family Studies.

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Dr B. MORRISON, Adviser, Family Planning ACT

Healthpact proposal on promoting young people’s health in the ACT: bullying project.

Dr E. AHMED, Adviser, Family Planning ACT

Healthpact proposal on promoting young people’s health in the ACT: bullying project.

Demography Program

Dr M.J. ABBASI-SHAVAZI, Assistant, Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology on contraceptive knowledge, practice and access to women’s health care services of Iranian migrant women living in the Melbourne metropolitan area.

Dr H. BOOTH, Council member, Australian Population Association; Editor, Journal of Population Research.

Dr A.C. HAYES, Consultant to AusAID on poverty and deprivation indicators in Indonesia; United Nations Population Fund and Royal Government of

Cambodia on integrating population policy into the next 5-year development plan and on the next UNFPA-

RGC country programme; Assoc editor and book review editor, Journal of Population Research.

Dr T.H. HULL, Consultant to AusAID on series of development assistance projects in Indonesia; Member, international steering committee. Asia Pacific conference on reproductive Health, organised by the

Philippine NGO Council on Population Health and

Welfare, Inc.

Prof G.W. JONES, Honorary treasurer and member, steering committee, Academy of the Social Sciences in

Australia; Invited keynote speaker, first Pakistan population conference, Karachi; Invited participant,

Population Association of America conference, Los Angeles; IUSSP/APN seminar on age structural transitions and policy implications, Phuket, Thailand; Assoc editor, Journal of Population Research; Member, international advisory board, Bulletin of Indonesian

Economic Studies; Member, editorial board, Pakistan

Development Review; Labour and Management in

Development.

Dr S.-E. KHOO, Consultant to review of category jumping, Department of Immigration and Multicultural Affairs; Member, health ethics committee, Australian

Institute of Health and Welfare; Assoc editor, Journal of

Population Research.

Dr D. LUCAS, Consultant to Awards and National

Symbols Branch, Department of Prime Minister and

Cabinet, on civil unrest and crisis in Mozambique,

Ethiopia and Eritrea; Vice president, Welsh Society of

Canberra and editor, The Welsh Australian; Board member, Australian Reproductive Health Foundation;

Committee member, Australian Reproductive Health

Association; Member, editorial board, African Popula-

tion Studies.

Cooperation with Government and other public institutions

Prof P. McDONALD, Chair, working group on low fertility, International Union for the Scientific Study of

Population; Member, executive committee and chair, programme committee, board of trustees of the International Centre for Diarrhoeal Disease Research,

Bangladesh; external users group, Household and Income Dynamics Australia (HILDA) Survey, University of Melbourne and Department of Family and Community Services; Panel A committee, Academy of the Social

Sciences; Member, scientific review board, Demographic

Research (on-line journal).

Dr C. WILSON, Invited discussant at annual meeting of the Population Association of America, Los Angeles;

Member, scientific review board, Demographic Research

(on-line journal).

Development Studies Network

Dr P. THOMAS, Consultant to Papua New Guinea women’s and children’s health project; Papua New

Guinea rural health project; Pacific Island child abuse project; Pacific Island non communicable diseases project; Member, advisory group, Australian Broadcasting Corporation; Radio Australia; Development in the

Pacific Project.

Director

Prof I. McALLISTER, Consultant, Department of Defence; President, British politics group. American

Political Science Association; Member, executive committee, comparative politics section, American Political

Science Association; International Committee for Research into Elections and Representative Democracy;

Member, advisory committee, National Drug Strategy

Household Survey, Commonwealth Department of

Health and Family Services; Member, editorial board,

Party Politics.

Economics Program

Dr D. COBB-CLARK, Consultant to Department of

Family and Community Services on the parenting payment intervention pilot, long-term unemployed pilot, mature-age pilot, and workless couples pilot; Member, ministerial advisory council on government schooling; reference committee, Household Income and Labour

Dynamics in Australia (HILDA) panel survey, University of Melbourne; Assoc editor, Australian Journal of

Labour Economics.

Prof G.D. SNOOKS, Invited major theme paper on uncovering the laws of global history, International

Congress of Historical Sciences, Oslo.

Prof R.G. GREGORY, Keynote speaker, Department of Education, Training and Youth Affairs senior executive service conference; tenth Colin Clark memorial lecture, University of Queensland; Expert witness, equal remuneration principle case, Crown Solicitor‘s

Office, Sydney; Assoc editor, Labour Economics; Mem-

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The Australian National University Annual Report 2000 ber, editorial committee, Economic and Labour Relations

Review.

Dr M. KEATING, chair, research committee of the Institute of Public Administration; Keynote speaker, public sector leaders summit, Perth; Business Council of Australia; national conference of Institute of Public

Administration; Member, editorial board, Australian

Journal of Public Administration.

Dr D. MITCHELL, Consultant to AusAID on ASEAN social safety net provision, and on social protection policy development in East Asia; Presentation to House of

Commons Select Committee on Social Security Reform; Member, editorial board, International Social

Security Review.

Prof A.R. PAGAN, Board member, Reserve Bank of

Australia; Reserve Bank of New Zealand; Distinguished

Lecture, New Economic School, Moscow; Ely Lectures,

Johns Hopkins University; Assoc editor, Journal of Ap-

plied Econometrics; Econometric Reviews; Co-editor,

Themes in Modern Econometrics, Cambridge University

Press; Member, editorial board, Economic Record; Member, advisory board, Macroeconomic Dynamics.

Prof J.D. PITCHFORD, Assoc editor, Journal of Popu-

lation Economics.

J. SMITH, ACT editor, Urban Policy and Research.

Prof G.D. SNOOKS, General editor, Modern Economic

History of Southeast Asia (21 volumes), Macmillan;

Member, editorial board, Environment and History.

History Program

Dr G. BOWEN, Treasurer, Australian and New Zealand American Studies Association.

Dr D. CRAIG, Vice-president, Australian and New

Zealand American Studies Association.

Dr T. GRIFFITHS, Board member, Australian Science and Technology Heritage Centre; Member, scientific advisory board, Earthwatch Australia; Member, advisory board, Australian Journal of Politics and History;

Member, editorial advisory board, Public History Re-

view; Gippsland Heritage Journal; Landscapes (UK);

Member, editorial board and chair, Commonwealth working party, Australian Dictionary of Biography.

I. HANCOCK, Member, advisory council, National

Archives of Australia; Historical consultant, release of

Cabinet records; Member, advisory board, Biographical

Dictionary of the Senate; Member, editorial advisory board, Documents on Australian Foreign Policy.

Prof B.W. HIGMAN, Member, Elsa Goveia Prize committee, Association of Caribbean Historians; Chair, organising committee, fourth biennial conference of the

Australian Association for Caribbean Studies; Member, editorial board, New West Indian Guide; Journal of Car-

ibbean History; Studies in the World History of Slavery,

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Abolition and Emancipation; University of the West Indies Press.

Prof P. JALLAND, Member, executive committee and standing committee, executive, Australian Academy of the Social Sciences.

A. LAUGESEN, Member, executive committee, Australian and New Zealand American Studies Association.

Emeritus Prof F.B. SMITH, Member, editorial board,

Health and History.

J. THOMPSON, Expert examiner for the appraisal of applications for the export of Australian cultural property under the terms of the Australian government's

Protection of Moveable Cultural Heritage Act; Board chair, Muse Inc.

Law Program

Dr L. BEHRENDT, Executive officer (NSW), Black

Women’s Action in Education Foundation; Elected member, research advisory council, Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies (AIAT-

SIS); Member, ethics committee, AIATSIS; Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Commission treaty think tank; documents reference group, Council for Aboriginal Reconciliation; management committee, Women’s

Legal Service (ACT); Editor, Law Text Culture; Member, advisory board, Balayi.

Prof J. BRAITHWAITE, Consultant to United Nations Office for Drug Control and Crime Prevention;

Director, Foundation for Effective Markets; Member, advisory council, International Institute for Restorative

Justice; scientific advisory board, Drug Use Monitoring in Australia; Member, international advisory board,

Oxford Socio-Legal Studies; British Journal of Criminol-

ogy; Member, international editorial board, Policy

Studies; Member, editorial board, Law and Society Re-

view; International Journal of the Sociology of Law;

Journal of Financial Regulation and Compliance; Crime

and Society Series, Westview Press; Australasian Studies

in Criminology; Australian and New Zealand Journal of

Criminology; Member, editorial advisory board, Law

and Policy; Criminal Justice; Law and Social Inquiry; In-

ternational Journal of Criminology; Member, editorial advisory panel, Theoretical Criminology; Australian Jour-

nal of Corporate Law.

Prof P. CANE, Secretary and treasurer, Australian Society of Legal Philosophy; Consultant, James Hardie &

Co Ltd; NZI Insurance; Adviser, UK Review of Tribunals; Guest editor, Administrative Law in a Federal

System: Federal Law Review, Vol 28(2); Assoc editor,

Torts Law Journal; Australian Journal of Legal Philoso-

phy; Member, editorial committee, Journal of

Obligations and Remedies; Law Probability and Risk;

Common Law World Law Review.

Dr A. KENT, Member, editorial board, China

Information.

C. MANTZIARIS, Consultant, Aboriginal and Torres

Strait Islander Commission; National Native Title Tribunal; Corrs Chambers Westgarth.

D. ROCHE, convener, NSW Youth Justice conferences; Submission author and witness, Senate legal and constitutional references committee, Inquiry into the

Human Rights (Mandatory Sentencing of Juvenile Offenders) Bill 1999.

Dr N. SEDDON, Panel member, independent report to Victorian government, Audit Review of Government

Contracts; Legal awareness seminars to AUSAID, Department of Defence, Attorney-Generals, DOFA;

Adviser to Department of Defence on standard form contracts; Australian National Audit Office(ANAO) on government contracting and the use of confidentiality clauses; Guest editor, Administrative Law in a Federal

System: Federal Law Review, Vol 28(2).

Prof J. STAPLETON, Adviser to the Restatement

(Third) of Torts: General Principles; Consultant to

I&L Securities; National Blood Authority (UK); Member, editorial board, Torts Law Journal.

Prof L.R. ZINES, Expert Adviser, ACT federation centenary committee; Member, centenary national advisory panel, Founding Documents Website project managed by the National Archives; advisory committee,

Judiciary Act of the Australian Law Reform Commission; Member, advisory board, Federal Law Review;

Public Law Review.

Philosophy Program

Prof M. SMITH, Information officer and member of council, Australasian Association of Philosophy; Member, executive, Australian Society for Legal Philosophy;

Member, editorial board, Australasian Journal of Philos-

ophy; Ethics; Philosopher’s Imprint; Philosophical

Explorations.

Political Science Program

Prof F. CASTLES, Co-editor, Reshaping Australian In-

stitutions series, Cambridge University Press; Member, international advisory board, Acta Politica; Member, editorial board, The Journal of Commonwealth and

Comparative Politics.

Dr R. GIBSON, Member, executive committee, British politics group, American Political Science Association.

Prof B. HINDESS, Member, editorial board, Critical

Review of International Social and Political Philosophy;

Journal of Political Philosophy; Member, editorial advisory board, European Journal of Social Theory; Theory

and Event; Communal/Plural; Thesis 11.

Prof M. SAWER, Member, international consultative committee, Research Centre on Women and Politics,

University of Ottawa; public affairs committee, Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia; political science accreditation panel, Board of Senior Secondary Studies,

Cooperation with Government and other public institutions

ACT; executive, research committee 19 (Sex Roles and

Politics), International Political Science Association; social responsibility committee, YWCA Australia;

Member, editorial board, Australian Journal of Politics

and History.

Dr John UHR, Member, editorial committee, The Vi-

sion in Hindsight centenary of federation project,

Parliamentary Library; editorial committee, centenary history, Australian National Audit Office; Adviser, Victorian Royal Commission into Metropolitan

Ambulance Service; Invited witness, Victorian Parliamentary Public Accounts Committee; Member, advisory board, The Drawing Board: An Australian Review of Public Affairs.

Research Evaluation and Policy Project

B. BIGLIA, Guest editor, Research Evaluation 9(2). Special issue on data and strategies in evaluating public

R&D.

L. BUTLER, Member, editorial board, Scientometrics.

Social and Political Theory Program

Prof H.G. BRENNAN, Editor, Economics and Philoso-

phy; Joint editor, Collected Works of James M. Buchanan

(19 volumes), Liberty Press; Economics & Philosophy;

Assoc editor, Political Philosophy; Member, editorial board, Public Finance Review; Australian Economic Pa-

pers; Constitutional Political Economy; President,

Relationships Australia, Canberra region; Vice-President, Relationships Australia, nationally; Consultant,

Anglican Primate’s committee on tax reform.

Prof R.E. GOODIN, Consultant to World Health Organization on health policy; Chair, David Easton

Award Committee of the Foundations of Political Theory; Member, executive committee, Society for the

Advancement of Socio-Economics; founding board,

Committee on the Political Economy of the Good Society (PEGS); Guest editor, Ethics 111 Symposium with

Martha Nussbaum; Journal of Political Philosophy 8(1-

4); Co-editor, Journal of Political Philosophy; Editor,

Theories of Institutional Design series, Cambridge University Press; Member, editorial board, Ethics; British

Journal of Political Science; Journal of Public Policy; Political Studies; Responsive Community; New Political

Economy; Acta Politica (Netherlands); La Revue Interna-

tionale d'Éthique Sociétal et Gouvernementale/Journal of

Social and Government Ethics (Canada); Policy Sciences;

PS: Political Science & Politics.

Prof Philip PETTIT, Member, fellowships committee,

Australian European University; advisory board, Erasmus Institute for Philosophy and Economics, Erasmus

University; advisory board, Law and Philosophy Center, Columbia University; steering group, project on ethics and cloning, Australian Academy of Science; Panel C committee, Academy of Social Sciences in

Australia; Member, advisory board, McDonnell project

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The Australian National University Annual Report 2000 in philosophy and the neurosciences, Simon Fraser

University; international advisory committee, Ford

Foundation; board of academic advisers, Freedom

Project, John Templeton Foundation; review committee, Brown University; Non-UK based adviser for philosophy in the UK Higher Education 2001 research assessment exercise; Guest editor, Monist, issue on Civic

Republicanism; Joint editor, Journal of Philosophy; Assoc editor, Journal of Political Philosophy; Member, editorial board, Journal of Applied Philosophy; Philosoph-

ical Papers; Ethics; Australasian Journal of Philosophy;

Ratio; International Journal of Philosophical Studies; European Journal of Philosophy; Philosophy and

Phenomenological Research; Sorites (on-line journal);

Philosophical Explorations (Netherlands); Cahiers de phi-

losophie de l'universite de Caen (France); Journal of

Economic Methodology in Practice; Enfoques; Contempo-

rary Political Theory series, Cambridge University Press;

Cambridge Studies in Philosophy and Law series, Cambridge University Press.

Social Science Data Archives

E. V. MERRILL, Secretary, Australian Consortium for

Social and Political Research Incorporated. Regional secretary, International Association for Social Science

Information Service and Technology (IASSIST).

Sociology Program

Prof F.L. JONES, Chair, council, Australian Consortium for Political and Social Research, Inc; Member, consultative committee on ancestry, Australian Bureau of Statistics; Panel of experts, National Education Performance Monitoring Task Force; Consultant,

Australian Council for Educational Research; Member, editorial board, Journal of Sociology; Australian Journal

of Social Research.

Dr J. McMILLAN, Consultant, Australian Council for

Educational Research.

Prof J. WAJCMAN, Member, council, Society for Social Studies of Science; policy committee, Industrial

Relations Research Centre, UNSW; Member, editorial board, Journal of the British Sociological Association; Gen-

der, Work and Organization; Science, Technology and

Human Values; Science as Culture; Gender, Technology

and Development; Feminist Theory.

Centre for Resource and

Environmental Studies

Dr Stephen DOVERS, member, Editorial Board, Jour-

nal of Environmental Management; Associate Editor,

Australian Journal of Environmental Management; member, Standards Australia working group environmental risk management, Ecological Society of Australia, Environment Institute of Australia, International Society for

Ecological Economics (ISEE), International Advisory

Committee ISEE 2000 Conference; collaborated with

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Land and Water Australia, Emergency Management

Australia, Environment Australia.

Dr Fred GHASSEMI, member, Editorial board, Envi-

ronmental Modelling and Software; guest editor, special issue of the Environmental Modelling and Software on

Groundwater Flow and Solute Transport Modelling.

Dr Michael HUTCHINSON, guest member, Steering

Committee, International Geosphere-Biosphere Programme — Biospheric Aspects of the Hydrological

Cycle (IGBP-BAHC); member, Organizing Committee, Seventh International Conference on Precipitation; consultant, World Bank Global Environment Fund

(GEF), Australian Land Information Group (AUS-

LIG); Land and Water Resources Research and

Development Corporation (LWRRDC); NSW Department of Land & Water Conservation (DLWC); adviser, Bureau of Rural Science, Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry Australia; Environment Australia; Canadian Forest Service; Texas A&M University; Centro

Internacional de Mejoramiento de Maiz y Trigo; Climate Research Unit, University of East Anglia; Potsdam

Institute for Climate Impact Research; ACT Department of Environment; National Climate Centre,

Australian Bureau of Meteorology; Queensland Department of Natural Resources; Victorian Department of Natural Resources.

Prof Tony JAKEMAN, Adjunct Professor, University of Western Australia; Editor-in-chief, Environmental

Modelling and Software; member, Editorial Advisory

Board, Encyclopaedia of Life Support Systems; associate editor, Journal of Forecasting (Wiley), member, editorial board, Hydrological Processes, Ecological Modelling; Envi-

ronmetrics; Environmental Software, Systems Analysis

Modelling Simulation; president, Modelling and Simulation Society of Australia and New Zealand Inc.; chair,

Atmosphere, State of the Environment, ACT Region; member, Technical Advisory Board, The International

Institute of Environmental Sciences and Environmental

Computing; Board of Directors, International Association for Mathematics and Computers in Simulation.

Rosemary JAMES, Director, Wetlands International —

Oceania.

Dr David LINDENMAYER, member, IUCN/SSC

Australasian Marsupials and Monotremes Specialist

Group; Greening Australia Advisory Committee; Leadbeater’s Possum Recovery Team, Victorian Department of Conservation of Natural Resources; Editorial Board,

Landscape Ecology; Ecological Applications, Environmen-

tal Software and Modelling; adviser, Department of

Land and Water Conservation; consultant and expert adviser, Environment Australia;. NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service; Greening Australia; State Forests of NSW; NSW Department of Land and Water

Conservation.

Dr Brendan MACKEY, Associate Editor, Editorial

Board, Environmental Conservation; member, Expert

Panel which undertook a review of Environmental

Management Systems for the South East Queensland

Regional Forest Agreement; member, International

Earth Charter Drafting team, chaired by Prof Steven

Rockefeller from Middlebury College, USA; member,

IUCN Commission on Environmental Law, and a core member of its Ethics and Jurisprudence Working

Group and attended the inaugural meeting of the group at the Hastings Centre, New York; President, The Australian National Committee for the Earth Charter.

Prof Henry NIX, Adjunct Professor, University of

Queensland, Visitor, CRC for Coastal Zone, Estuary and Waterway Management; chair, Committee of

Management, Edith and Joy London Foundation,

ANU; Land Reference Group, State of Environment

Report, Capital Region; Environmental Management

Planning Committee, ANU; director, Water Research

Foundation of Australia; member, Advisory Committee, Australian Network for Plant Conservation;

Australian UNESCO Man and the Biosphere Committee; Recovery Team for Burramys parvus; Environment

Committee, Australian Academy of Science; CSIRO

Biodiversity Sector Advisory Committee; Birrigai Outdoor School Advisory Committee, ACT; CSIRO

Intersectoral Advisory Committee on Tropical Agriculture, Birds Australia Council; Research Advisory

Group, Ballast Water Decision Support System, AQIS;

Decision Support System for Ballast Water, Steering

Committee, AQIS.

Prof Cliff OLLIER, member, Science Advisory Committee, Latrobe University, Bendigo Campus; member,

Editorial Board, Geomorphology.

Dr Jack PEZZEY, Consultant, Australian Greenhouse

Office.

Dr Libby ROBIN, editor, History of Australian Science

Newsletter; board member, Historical Records of Australian Science; Commonwealth Working Party,

Australian Dictionary of Biography; Australian Humanities Review; consultant, National Museum of

Australia; Birds Australia/Centenary of Federation

(History and Education Program).

Dr Helen ROSS, adviser, WHO Collaborating Centre in Environmental Health for the Asia/Pacific, University of Western Sydney; associate editor, Australian

Journal of Environmental Management; member, International Advisory Board, Impact Assessment and

Project Appraisal; editorial board, Society and Natural

Resources; International Committee, International Association for Impact Assessment; Board and Steering

Committee, National Thai Studies Centre.

D.I. SMITH, member, Emergency Management Australia, National Emergency Management Advisory

Committee; Australian National Coordination Committee for the International Decade for Natural Disaster

Reduction; editorial board, Applied Geography.

Cooperation with Government and other public institutions

Prof RJ WASSON, member and Officer, Scientific

Committee, International Geosphere and Biosphere

Program, ICSU; member, Capital Region State of the

Environment Water Group; adviser and consultant,

Upper Murrumbidgee Catchment Management Coordinating Committee; member, Australian Academy of

Science Committee for Global Change; Australian

Academy of Science Quaternary Research Committee;

Healthy Rivers Reference Group, Environment Australia; International Association of Hydrological

Sciences, Working Group on Landuse, Deforestation,

Erosion, and Sedimentation; Editorial Board of Quater-

nary International; director, Water Research

Foundation of Australia.

Prof Ian WHITE, chair, Oyster Research Advisory

Committee, Acid Sulfate Soils Management Advisory

Committee, Technical Committee; research director,

Water Research Foundation of Australia; president,

Australian Water and Waste Water Association — ACT

Branch; member, Acid Sulfate Soils Management Advisory Committee; Standing Committee on Agriculture and Resource Management National Working Party on

Acid Sulfate Soils; Scientific Advisory Committee Eurobodalla Shire Council; Cudgeon Lake Restoration

Committee; STAR Water Working Group, South Pacific Applied Geoscience Council; consultant,

UNESCO; AUSAID; ASSMAC; Olympic Games Coordinating Committee; Healthy Rivers Commission

NSW; DLWC; Chipping Norton Lakes Authority; WA

Department of Environment Protection.

The Faculties

Faculty of Arts

Archaeology and Anthropology

Prof BELLWOOD, completed his term as a member of the ARC Humanities Panel.

Dr BULBECK, cooperated with the Makassar Archaeology Office, Indonesian government, in analysing the sediments and excavated finds from sites in South Sulawesi in Makassar.

Mr FARRINGTON, adviser, the Australian Museum on a proposed exhibition of ancient Peruvian artefacts.

Dr GROVES, analysis of bones for Federal Police and

Environment Australia.

Dr HISCOCK, adviser on Archaeological Heritage

Management in the Arthur-Pieman Conservation Area to the Tasmanian Government, Commission of Planning and Resource Development.

Prof MERLAN, introductory material written for Conservation Commission of the Northern Territory on research into plants and their applications, and indigenous involvement.

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The Australian National University Annual Report 2000

Prof SPRIGGS, (with Mr S. Bedford, New Zealand

Historic Places Trust) research and staff training at the

Mangaasi site, Efate, Vanuatu, with Vanuatu National

Museum; ‘Prehistoric fauna of Vanuatu’ (with Mr S

Bedford New Zealand Historic Places Trust, Dr D.

Steadman, Florida Museum of Natural History and Dr

J. Mead, Northern Arizona University.

Dr SUMMERHAYES, member, AMS Specialist Advisory Group, Australian Institute of Nuclear Science and

Engineering; affiliated to Department of Prehistory,

National Museum and Art Gallery of Papua New Guinea; Research Associate, Australian Museum, Sydney, collaborations with Dr J. Specht and Dr R. Torrance;

‘PIXE-PIGME sourcing of Southeast Solomons obsidian’, with Dr J. Dockall, BP Bishop Museum, Hawaii.

Classics Program

Dr MINCHIN, ANU representative, executive committee, Australian Society for Classical Studies; Classics representative, Council of the Australian Archaeological

Institute at Athens; member (as ANU representative),

ACT Accreditation Panel of the Board of Secondary

Studies, for Latin; speaker: Belconnen Rotary, fundraising event for the Canberra Hospital, Aquaviva.

Dr MOFFATT, editorial work as member, publications committee, Australian Association for Byzantine

Studies; submittied Australian bibliographical data for the journal Byzantinische Zeitschrift; ANU representative, Council of the Australian Archaeological Institute at Athens (AAIA), secretary and program organiser,

ANU (Canberra) Friends of the AAIA; delivered University of Adelaide's annual Galatis Byzantine Lecture; speaker, University of the Third Age's Greek Tragedy group; speaker, Canberra Potters.

French Program

Dr BROWN, presenter, round-table discussion of

Catherine Breillat's film Romance and censorship, Radio 2XX/Screen Australia/Electric Shadows Cinema,

Canberra; participant, Round-Table discussion with visiting international "Observatoire de la Francophonie"; Panel member, French Government National

Postgraduatte Scholarship Scheme; Panel Member,

French Government "Baudin" National Undergraduate

Scholarship Scheme; opened Art Exhibition on Lithography, Alliance Française.

Dr MAURER, ANU representative, accreditation panel for French; invited seminar presenter, Secondary

Teaching Studies, Languages Other than English, University of Canberra; member, national scholarships board at the French Embassy.

Dr MULLER, member, national scholarships board,

French Embassy; participant, workshop on EU enlargement at ANU attended by European diplomats, a government minister, and several other academics; rewrote and translated a formal letter concerning the

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Australian National University’s Europe Centre sent by the President of the Australian Senate to the President of the European Parliament; as board member, Australian European Studies Association organised, advertised, ran and marked entries for the national essay competition.

Dr Brown and Dr Muller ran the French part of the

Swiss essay competition.

German Program

Dr HILLMAN, participant, LIFT weekend, run by the

Goethe Institute; lecturer, Goethe Society of Canberra.

Dr JANSEN, member, Accreditation Panel for German, Board of Senior Secondary Studies; member, organising committee for the Modern Language Teachers’ Annual Conference to be held in Canberra in 2001.

Ms SCHMIDT, committee member, Canberra branch,

Australian Goethe Society; involved in student recruitment activities; presenter, local secondary schools; invited by the German Embassy, to sit on the DAAD's

(German Academic Exchange Service) selection committee for research scholarships.

Russian Program

Rosh IRELAND, Chair, NAATI Russian Panel; Chair,

Regional Advisory Committee until June, when he resigned as Chair but continued as a member.

Dr TRAVERS, Secretary, Australian Society of WW1

Aero Historians.

Dr Kevin WINDLE, member, NAATI Russian Panel and the Regional Advisory Committee; Secretary-

Treasurer, Australian and New Zealand Slavists’ Association (ANZSA); member, editorial board, Australian

Slavonic & East European Studies; assessed submissions for a special issue of The Journal of Pragmatics and Cog-

nition, edited by Anna Wierzbicka and Nicholas

Enfield; researched and drafted report published by

Prof J. Lo Bianco, Director of Language Australia; engaged in joint project with Dr David Lovell, School of

Politics, Australian Defence Force Academy.

Linguistics and Applied Linguistics Program

Dr ANDREWS, course teacher, Australian Linguistic

Institute on LFG Architecture and Descriptive

Problems.

Dr HERCUS worked jointly with David Nathan, Information Officer, AIATSIS on a project funded by

ATSIC to produce an interactive CD on the Paakantyi

Language of the Darling River; fieldwork, far South

West of New South Wales, Dareton, Broken Hill and

Wilcannia; talking dictionary and texts checked with

Paakantyi people; jointly with Prof Barry Blake, La

Trobe University on the Mathi-mathi language; visited

Tibooburra and Birdsville on fieldwork for an ARC project on analysis of previously recorded materials on

Yardliyawara and Yarluyandi Languages; joint project with Dr Mary Laughren, University of Queensland on the Wanyi language for the World Endangered Languages Project; gave course on Victorian Aboriginal

Languages to the Australian Linguistics Institute, Melbourne; gave workshop at Port Augusta for the Arabana teaching course; adviser, Wangkumara and Punthumara Land claims, the Birdsville Cultural Centre and the de Rose Hill Land claim.

Dr LIDDICOAT, editor, Current Issues in Language

Planning; member, Editorial Committee, Australian Re-

view of Applied Linguistics; referee, Journal of Pragmatics

and Applied Linguistics; member, Australian Linguistic

Association, the Applied Linguistics Association of Australia, the Modern Language Teachers Association and the Australian Literacy Educators Association, the AT-

ESOL Association and the Australian Council of

Education Administrators; invited to give evidence to the Legislative Assembly Education Committee’s “inquiry into adolescents and young adults at risk of not achieving satisfactory education and training outcomes”; delegation member, organised by the

Education Committee, Legislative Assembly to meet with the South African Portfolio Committee on Education (National Assembly); member of the Steering

Committee, Barnardos Australia Home Tutoring

Project; worked with the Embassy of Italy to develop a bilingual school program for Italian in the ACT.

Ms Peita LITTLETON studied for the Interpreters’ Accreditation in Applied Language (Australian Sign

Language) at the Canberra Institute of Technology,

Canberra.

Dr Rose produced three forensic speaker identification reports for the Australian Federal Police and National

Crime Authority; member, Technical Program and

Proceedings Committee, 8 th

Australian International

Speech Science and Technology Conference (SST

2000); refereed 16 papers for publication; member, Forensic Speaker Identification Committee, Australian

Speech Science and Technology Association (ASSTA), and National Voice Centre Research Committee; organiser and superviser in the production of 12 internationally refereed papers given by staff and student members of the department’s Phonetics

Laboratory at SST; at the request of the Department of

Defence, developed a full semester unit teaching students to recognise two groups of three closely related languages by their sounds alone.

Prof WIERZBICKA member, editorial board of several journals including Cognition and Emotion, Culture and

Psychology, Pragmatics, and Australian Journal of Lin-

guistics; reviewed papers and book proposals for

Cognition and Emotion, Culture and Psychology, Ethos,

Journal of Pragmatics, Cambridge University Press and

Oxford University Press; member, Australian Academy of the Humanities, the Australian Academy of Social

Sciences and the Russian Academy of Sciences; member

Cooperation with Government and other public institutions of the Australian Linguistic Society, the Societas Linguistica Europa, the International Pragmatics

Association and the International Society for Research on Emotions.

School of Social Sciences

Dr GEORGE, presenter: Centre for the Study of Globalisation and Regionalisation, and Department of

Political Science, The University of Warwick; Department of International Relations, The University of

Wales, Abersytwyth.

Dr GRAY, address to the New Zealand delegation for the Australian Political Exchange Council, Canberra.

Dr HOPKINS, presenter: Department of Industry, Science and Resources workshop, Canberra; Annual

Meeting, Royal Australasian College of

Physicians, Adelaide; New Technologies and Work study group, Bad Homburg, Germany; European Safety, Reliability and Data Association, Karlstad, Sweden;

Australian Institute of Engineers Conference, Newcastle; First National Occupational Health and Safety

Management Systems Conference, Sydney; Industry workshop, Melbourne; NSW Minerals Industry Conference, Terrigal; lecture to Santos oil and gas company,

Adelaide; speaking tour in New Zealand; Department of Defence lecture, Canberra; Department of Customs,

Canberra.

KELLOW, A., LOWI, T. and SIMMS, M.J., presenters, World Congress of the International Political

Science Association, Quebec.

KELLY, R.M. and Simms, M.J., presenters, World

Congress of the International Political Science Association, Quebec.

Dr KLOVDAHL, presenter: Second International

Workshop on Network Sampling (IWNS), Maastricht;

International Social Network Conference, Invited Keynote Address, Infectious Diseases Section, Vancouver

BC Canada; International Social Network Conference,

Vancouver BC Canada; Health Canada, Ottawa; Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, GA.

Dr KUHN, presenter: Australasian Political Studies Association Conference, Canberra; Seminar on the Bund,

Melbourne; Nationalism Workshop, Australian National University.

Prof PAPADAKIS, presenter: Future of Governance in

Australia Project, The Australian National University;

Department of Sociology and Social Work, University of Tasmania; Natural Environment and Wilderness

Study Seminar, University of Tasmania.

Dr ROWLAND, presenter: Millenium Meeting of the

Australian Population Association and Population Association of New Zealand, Wellington; Australian

Association of Gerontology Conference, Adelaide; Australian Population Association Conference, Melbourne;

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The Australian National University Annual Report 2000

Public Lecture Series on Australian Population Policy,

ANU Canberra.

Dr SAHA, presenter, Annual Meeting of the American

Education Research Association, New Orleans.

SIMMS, M.J. and MILLER, R.K., presenters, World

Congress of the International Political Science Association, Quebec.

SIMMS, M.J., presenter, United Nations Conference on Women, Dallas; National Conference of the Institute of Public Administration, Perth.

Prof WARHURST, presenter: Australasian Political

Studies Association, Annual Conference; Pontifical

Council for Justice and Peace Conference, Melbourne;

Federation Lecture and 8th Nan Phillips Memorial Lecture, Canberra Historical Society, Old Parliament

House.

Dr WHITE, presenter, invited paper, The Australian

Sociological Association, Adelaide.

Centre for Arab and Islamic Studies

Aileen KEATING provided advice to BHP.

Kirill NOURZHANOV, member: Council of the Australasian Society for Communist and Post-Communist

Societies; International Advisory Board of the Contemporary Europe Research Centre (CERC), University of

Melbourne; Formal and informal consultant to a number of governmental and non-governmental bodies, including the Department of Foreign Affairs and

Trade, the Office of National Assessment, the Department of Immigration and Multicultural Affairs, Legal

Aid, SMEC, and the Refugee Review Tribunal, as well as members of the Australian Parliament.

Amin SAIKAL, member: Expert Adviser Group, the InterAction Council of former Heads of State;

International Commission on Cooperation and Security in West Asia; International Advisory Council of the

Toda Institute for Global Peace and Policy Research;

Iranian Tourism Advisory Panel; The Editorial Advisory Board, Global Dialogue; The International

Association for the Study of Persian-Speaking Societies;

The Australasian Association for the Study of Socialist

Countries; The Australasian Middle Eastern Studies Association (AMESA); The Advisory Board, Journal of

Arabic, Islamic and Middle Eastern Studies; Australian

Friends of Turkey Steering Committee; Academic

Council on the United Nations System; participant,

Eighth Australia-Iran Joint Ministerial Commission;

Formal and informal consultant to a number of governmental and non-governmental bodies, including the

National Office of Overseas Skills Recognition, the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, the Office of

National Assessment, the Department of Immigration and Multicultural Affairs, the Refugee Council of Australia, and the Refugee Review Tribunal.

Faculty of Asian Studies

Professor de CRESPIGNY, President, Chinese Studies

Association of Australia; host to senior diplomats from

European countries appointed to posts in the Asian region.

Dr DILLER, formal review of teaching of Southeast

Asian languages at the University of California;

Dr HENDRIKS, teacher, intensive two-week course on the "History of the Japanese Language" for Colombia

University; consultant for Japanese language examinations for the University of Oslo.

Professor HOOKER, member, Commonwealth Government's Foreign Affairs Council; external examiner,

Universiti of Brunei Darrusalam; member, Council in the Asian Studies Association in Australia.

Dr KUMAR, Vice-President and Treasurer, Australian

Academy of the Humanities.

Professor MILNER, member, Commonwealth Government's Foreign Affairs Council; member, Advisory

Board of the Council of International Education Exchange, the Research Committee of the Australian

Institute of International Affairs and the Committee of the Australia-Malaysia Cultural Foundation; editor,

Southeast Asian Publication Series at the Asian Studies

Association of Australia; member, Editorial Boards of the Australian Institute of International Affairs, the review of Indonesian and Malaysian Affairs, the

Cambridge University Asia-Pacific series; convener,

Perceptions Retreat, Dunlop Asia Leadership program of Asialink (Melbourne); expert witness for the Senate

Select Committee on Superannuation and Financial

Services.

Professor MILNER and Alison BROINOWSKI continue to edit the internet monthly magazine, Asian

Analysis, sponsored by the business group, ASEAN

Focus.

The Dean, FAS and the Director, RSPAS join the First

Assistant Secretary, East Asia and First Assistant Secretary, Southeast Asia (Department of Foreign Affairs and

Trade) in organising occasional meetings focused on urgent regional issues. These meetings are hosted by Rafe de CRESPIGNY, Master of University House and Adjunct Professor in FAS, involving specialists from ANU,

DFAT, the Office of National Assessments and the Department of Defence.

Dr POWERS, Vice-President, Australasian Society for

Asian and Comparative Philosophy.

Dr QUINN played a leading role in an international workshop on reconciliation in East Timor, at Georgetown University, Washington

Dr REYNOLDS, chair, Southeast Asia Regional Advisory Panel, United States Social Research Council.

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Dr WELLS, President, Korean Studies Association of

Australasia.

Ms YANG, consultant for the Australian Political Exchange Council.

Faculty members contributed to the following newspapers: The Australian, The Australian Financial Review,

the Canberra Times, the New York Times, the Herald

Tribune; they also appeared on the ABC and SBS.

Faculty of Economics and Commerce

Department of Commerce

ADAMSON, B., member, ATSI Special Admissions

Scheme Committee.

BARTON, A.D. chair, ANU/CPA Annual Research

Lecture in Government Accounting Committee, Submission to and appearance before the Public Accounts and Estimates Committee, Government of Victoria, on accounting for public heritage facilities; treasurer, Cambridge Australia Trust; Referee, Abacus; Accounting

Auditing and Accountability Journal; Fiscal Studies; Accounting and Business Research; Cambridge Journal of

Economics; Australian Accounting Review.

BIRT, J.L., member, AIESEC Exchange Program Selection Committee.

BRAILSFORD, T.J., Executive Council, Accounting

Association of Australia and New Zealand; Auditor,

Asia-Pacific Finance Association; Technical Committee, Accounting Association of Australia and New

Zealand Annual Conference; Research Policy Committee, SIRCA; Accreditation consultant, CPA Australia;

Editorial Board Accounting and Finance; Accounting Re-

search Journal; Accounting, Accountability and

Performance; Co-editor McGraw-Hill Series in Advanced Finance; Referee, Abacus; Accounting and

Finance; Accounting, Accountability and Performance; Accounting Research Journal; Australian Journal of

Management; International Review of Economics and Finance; Journal of Banking and Finance; Journal of

Financial Research; Journal of Futures Markets; Pacific Accounting Review; Pacific-Basin Finance Journal; Quarterly

Review of Economics and Finance.

BUCKMASTER, N.C., adjudicator, Australian Annual

Report Awards (Banking and Finance).

BURRITT, R.L., external adviser on Progress Reporting to the Australian Greenhouse Challenge Office; submission to Victorian Government Follow Up Inquiry into Environmental Accounting and Reporting,

Public Accounts and Estimates Committee; Editorial

Advisory Board and Editorial Panel, Accounting Forum;

Journal of Environmental Management; Guest Editor,

Accounting, Auditing and Accountability Journal; Referee, Critical Perspectives on Accounting; Australian

Accounting Review; Accounting, Auditing and Accountability Journal; Abacus; Accounting Research Journal;

Cooperation with Government and other public institutions

Agenda; Australian Accounting Review; British Account-

ing Review.

CRAIG, R.J., member, Organising Committee, ANU/

ASCPA Annual Research Lecture in Government Accounting; External adviser to the Malaysian Graduate

School of Management; ANU representative, NSW/

ACT CPA Australia Universities Committee; Editorial

Board, Accounting Commerce and Finance: The Islamic

Perspective; The Asian Review of Accounting; The Journal

of Akuntasi and Auditing, Indonesia; Associate Editor,

Accounting Education: An International Journal; Referee

Accounting, Auditing and Accountability; Abacus; Accounting Forum; Accounting Commerce and Finance: The

Islamic Perspective; Agenda, Prometheus, Asia Pacific

Interdisciplinary Research in Accounting Conference.

FLEMING, G.A., editor, Australian Economic History

Review.

GLASSOP, L.I., executive Member, Australian Institute of Socio-Analysis; Finance Coordinator, Australian

Institute of Socio-Analysis; Convener, Scientific Seminar on Organisational Learning, Australian Institute of

Socio-Analysis; Editorial Board, Socio-Analysis

HEANEY, R.A., Editorial Board, Accounting Research

Journal; Book Review Editor, Accounting and Finance;

Referee, Accounting and Finance; Australian Journal of

Management; Journal of Futures Markets; Agenda.

JUBB, P.B., member, ICAA/CPA, Joint Legislation Review Committee; referee, Accounting Research Journal.

OLIVER, B.R., chair, Applications Committee, CPA

Australia (ACT Division); chair, Promotions Committee, CPA Australia (ACT Division); referee, Accounting

Research Journal; Accounting and Finance.

SHAILER, G.E.P., Corporate Governance Panel of the

Public Sector Accountants Committee, CPA Australia;

ACT/Corporate Governance Cell of the Public Sector

Accounting Centre of Excellence, CPA Australia; referee, Accounting, Accountability and Performance; Pacific

Accounting Review; Asian Review of Accounting.

TRAN, A.V., provision of research consulting services to Business Skills Section, Department of Immigration and Multicultural Affairs, Commonwealth Government of Australia; Presentation of “Reporting and

Professional Practice Workshop” to CPA exam candidates for CPA Australia; reviewer, Australian Tax

Forum.

Department of Economics

Robert ALBON, member, Judging Panel, Australian

Institute of Public Administration Prize for Commonwealth Statutory Authority Annual Reports; presentation to Officials from the Social Development

Department of the Chinese State Development Planning Commission, ANU.

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The Australian National University Annual Report 2000

Paul CHEN, ACT Board of Senior Secondary Studies;

Initiator and organiser of “Economics Workshop for

College Students and Teachers”, sponsored by the Department of Economics, Faculty of Economics &

Commerce, ANU, Parliament House, Canberra.

Steve DOWRICK, Consultant to Productivity Commission; Invited Speaker at Annual Conference of the

Federation of Japanese Chambers of Commerce and Industry, Canberra; Referee for Productivity Commission report on ‘The distribution of the Economic Gains of the 1990s’; Referee for Australian Research Council

Large Grants (5 reports); referee, American Economic

Review, Economic Journal, Australian Economic History

Review, Oxford Economic Papers.

Simon GRANT, member of the Council of the Econometric Society; member, Editorial Board, Economics

Bulletin; member, Editorial Board, Journal of Mathe-

matical Economics; member, Editorial Board, Australian

Economic Papers; Referee: American Economic Review,

Econometrica, International Economic Review, Journal of

Economic Theory.

Chris JONES, Policy Adviser for the Asia Development

Bank in the Kyrgyz Republic.

Jeffrey J. KLINE, referee: Journal of Economic Behavior

and Organization Australian Economic Papers, Australian Economic Review.

Flavio MENEZES, member, Selection Committee for

Adriano Ramariz Duarte Prize for the best paper published in the Brazilian Review of Econometrics; member,

Organizational Committee, Brazilian Econometric Society; Referee, American Economic Review, Economic

Inquiry International Economic Review, Journal of Public

Economic Theory, Journal of Public Economics, Mathematical Social Sciences, Pesquisa e Planejamento

Economico, Review of Economic Design, Revista de Brasileira de Economia.

Rod TYERS, Australian Productivity Commission; Reviewer: Review of the Australian General Tariff;

Appointed External Fellow of the Centre for Research on Globalisation and Labour Markets, School of Economics, University of Nottingham, UK; Fully funded visit and appointment to the organising committee of the International Economic Association for Conference on Globalisation and Labour Markets in the UK; Referee: Economic Record, Review of International Economics,

World Bank Bank Economic Review, World Economy,

Australian Journal of Labour Economics, Australian Journal of Agriculture and Resource Economics.

John QUIGGIN, Board Member, Queensland Competition Authority; Adjunct Professor, Queensland

University of Technology; Inaugural Don Dunstan

Foundation Visiting Professor, Don Dunstan Foundation and the University of Adelaide; Defence Policy:

One Clear Objective, submission to Defence Review

2000; Feasibility and Consequences of a Ban on Internet Gambling, Submission to Senate and National

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Office of the information Economy Inquiries; Submission to Review of Australia’s General Tariff

Arrangements, prepared for Australian Industry Group,

Sydney; Telstra: Structure, Ownership and Service; submission to Committee of Inquiry into Telstra Service Standards; Regular opinion columnist: Australian

Financial Review; Occasional commentator: ABC Radio and Television, other media; Associate Editor:

Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization; Journal

of Risk and Uncertainty; Member, Editorial Board: Aus-

tralian Economic Papers; Australian Journal of

Agricultural and Resource Economics; Economic and Labour Relations Review; Journal of Economic and Social

Policy; Journal of Environmental Economics and Manage-

ment; Referee: American Economic Review; American

Journal of Agricultural Economics; Australian and New

Zealand Journal of Public Health; Australian Economic

Review; Australian Research Council; Journal of Health

Economics; Scandanavian Journal of Economics; Tela

(Australian Conservation Foundation), Australian Jour-

nal of Political Science, Economics and Philosophy,

Australian Journal of Agricultural and Resource

Economics.

Graeme WELLS, Co-editor, Economic Record; Referee:

Australian Economic Papers, Australian Research

Council Large Grants, Marsden Foundation Grants.

Department of Economic History

Members of the department played a significant role in the broader university and in outreach activities. Mr

CORNISH hosted the Asia-Pacific Conference of the

Golden Key International Honour Society, and was reappointed to Chair the ACT Board of Senior Secondary

Studies. Mr GAGE organised conferences for the National Europe Centre and the Australian National

Centre for Latin American Studies Project on European

Union Enlargement, and on Australian-Latin American relationships.

Department of Statistics and Econometrics

Dr O’NEILL, Associate Editor, Biometrics; Council

Member, Statistical Society of Australia, Canberra

Branch, and Central Council Delegate, Statistical Society of Australia; consultant for the Department of

Health and Human Services, the Bureau of Transport

Economics and Victorian Department of Natural Resources and Environment.

Professor NICHOLLS, member: Faculty Visiting

Committee, University of Wollongong; Accreditation

Marketing Committee and Honorary Life Membership

Committee of the Statistical Society of Australia; Vice

President of the Statistical Society of Australia; expert witness for the National Competition Policy Committee Review of the ACT Taxi Industry; gave statistical and/or financial advice for NSW Bureau of Crime Research; Australian Science Festival; Minter Ellison;

Commonwealth Department of Industry; Science and

Resources and the ACT Government; attended The

Statistical Society Conference in Adelaide and Market

Research Society Workshops in Sydney, Canberra and

Melbourne.

Dr MARTIN, Faculty representative for the Universities Awards Committee; Associate Editor, Journal of

Statistical Computation and Simulation, and Australian

and New Zealand Journal of Statistics; referee for several journals including JRSSB, JSCS, Australian and New

Zealand Journal of Statistics, and Journal of the American

Statistical Association; finalist for the Australian Awards for University Teaching; awarded Accredited Statistician (AStat) status; consultant for the Bureau of

Transport Economics.

Dr STERN, member for the 16th Biennial Conference

Organising Committee for the Statistical Society of

Australia; Statistical Society of Australia, an associate editor and a referee for JRSSB, and referee for JASA; consultant for the department of Health and Human

Services and Bureau of Transport Economics; attended the 16th Annual Statistical Society of Australia Conference held in Adelaide; awarded Accredited Statistician

(AStat) status.

Dr BREUNIG, referee for several journals including

Journal of Quantitative Economics, Empirical Economics

and Econometric Reviews; discussant at several conferences in 2000; Labour Market Research Workshop,

Department of Family and Community Services; Labour Econometrics Workshop, University of Tasmania;

Panel Data Conference, Department of Family and

Community Services; attended the World Congress

Econometric Society, University of Washington.

David SERVICE, Fellow of the Institute of Actuaries of

Australia.

David PITT, member, IAAust Prizes and Awards Committee and Syllabus Committee, NSW Board of

Studies; Fellow of the Institute of Actuaries of Australia.

Mr Don POSKITT, attended the International Conference of the Royal Statistical Society, University of

Reading, UK; referee for the Annals of Statistics and the

Journal of the American Statistical Association.

Dr SKEELS, member, Australasian Standing Committee of the Econometric Society; committee member,

ACT Branch of the Marketing Research Society of Australia; attended several conferences in 2000: The World

Congress of the Econometric Society at Seattle, Fuqua

School of Business on Risk Neutral and Objective Probability Distributions at Duke University and Triangle

Econometrics Conference at Durham; referee for several journals including Thomson Nelson Learning,

Econometrica, Handbook of Applied Econometrics and

Journal of Econometrics.

Cooperation with Government and other public institutions

Faculty of Law

D K ANTON, president, Environmental Law Alliance

Worldwide; international analyst, Environmental Law

Institute, Washington, D.C.; member, IUCN Commission on Environmental Law, provided detailed analysis of the Australian Gene Technology Bill 2000; co-editor, Asia Pacific Journal of Environmental Law;

Director, Australian Centre of Environmental Law

(ACEL), provided expert advice to Australian and International peak bodies on various issues in environmental law.

Adjunct Prof P BAILEY, conducted inquiry and presented a report with recommendations in relation to allegations of sexual harassment, Australian Defence

Force Academy; external examiner and guest lecturer,

University of Hong Kong; presented an intensive course with Prof M Singh, "National Protection of Human

Rights", New Delhi University; president, Canberra

Branch International Commission of Jurists; consultant, Australian Defence Force Academy, University of

New South Wales.

Dr J A BEHRENS, member,violence sub-committee, discussions and drafting of written material for recommendations to the Commonwealth Attorney-General on family law reform, Family Law Council of Australia; part-time legal member, Social Security Appeals Tribunal; member, editorial board, Australian Journal of

Family Law; member, national editorial advisory board,

Women Against Violence: An Australian Feminist Jour-

nal; contributions to, editorial policy on "family violence", loose-leaf service Australian Family Law and

Practice, CCH Australia Ltd; secretary, parents' committee, Cook Pre-School; member, Parents' and

Friends' Association, Northside Infants School (Canberra Grammar).

Prof S C BOTTOMLEY, director, and member of audit committee, Credit Union of Canberra; legal adviser,

Senate Committee on Regulations and Ordinances; member, Canberra regional committee, business law section, Law Council of Australia; instructor, Australian

Institute of Company Directors; member, editorial committee, Australian Journal of Corporate Law; referee,

Australian Research Grants; presented session on directors' duties to annual board meeting, Australian

Medical Association Ltd; public lecture, Vital Issues

Seminar Program, Department of Parliamentary

Library.

S BRONITT, associate, Australian Institute of Criminology; chair, Domestic Violence Prevention Counci; member, criminal law committee of the ACT Law Society; state editor, Criminal Law Journal.

Prof T D CAMPBELL, president, chair executive committee, co-organiser annual conference and editor of the society’s journal, Australian Society of Legal Philosophy; visiting Prof, King’s College, London; associate editor, refereeing submitted articles, The Journal of Political

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Philosophy; member, advisory boards, The Edinburgh

University Law Review, The Griffith Law Review, Res

Publica, Federal Law Review.

Prof H C CHARLESWORTH, Prof, Global Law Program, New York University, School of Law;

Counsellor, American Society of International Law; president, Australian and New Zealand Society of International Law; member, advisory board, Melbourne

Journal of International Law and Leiden Journal of International Law; member, board of editors, American

Journal of International Law; co-editor, Australian Year

Book of International Law; referee, Australian Research

Council; member, Council of the Australia-Asia Institute, Foreign Affairs Council.

J A CLARKE, referees' reports on manuscripts, Mel-

bourne University Law Review, Indigenous Law Bulletin.

Prof M D COPER, trustee, The Lionel Murphy Scholarship Foundation; chair, Transport Industry

Accreditation Council; adviser to organisers, Dismissal

Exhibition at Old Parliament House, marking the 25 th anniversary of the sacking of Gough Whitlam.

R M CREYKE, member, Administrative Review Council; appointments committee, Economics Department,

Australian Defence Force Academy; with J McMillan undertook a one-day legal awareness workshop, Association for Tertiary Education Managers, Canberra

Branch; attended biennial meeting, Administrative Law

Teachers of Australia, Adelaide; vice-president (from

Sept 2000), Australian Institute of Administrative Law; member, Australian Institute of Health Law & Ethics,

Women's Lawyers Association of ACT; member board,

Softlaw Community Projects Pty Ltd; veterans' affairs editor, Butterworths Administrative Law Service, Butter-

worths Bulletin Service, Butterworths Australian Law

Reports; editorial board, National Law Review; consultant, Phillips Fox Solicitors; presentation to members of

COMNET (Commonwealth Corporate Heads of

Agencies), with Emeritus Prof D Pearce and J McMillan, on findings of phase III ARC-funded external review project; presented session on Australian administrative law, Chinese Ministry of Justice, legal needs associated with China's Accession to the WTO; gave evidence (as part of the Administrative Review Council team) to public hearings by Senate Legal and Constitutional Legislation Committee, in the Inquiry on the

Provisions of the Administrative Review Tribunal Bill

2000 and the Administrative Review Tribunal (Transitional and Consequential Provisions) Bill 2000,

Parliament House, Canberra; presented paper as panellist, "Administrative Law in Transition—The Proposed

Administrative Review Tribunal", a one -day seminar in

Parliament House, jointly sponsored by the Senate Legal and Constitutional Legislation Committee and the

Australian Institute of Administrative Law (proceedings published in Hansard).

Prof J L R DAVIS, presented courses on "Advanced

Contract Law" and "The Trade Practices Act and Allied

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Legislation" for Professional Certificate in Arbitration and Mediation conducted by Professional and Continuing Education Department, University of Adelaide; one-day course on "Law of Contract", Continuing Legal Education Program, Law Faculty, University of

New South Wales; provided expert advice, Joint Standing Committee [of the Commonwealth Parliament] on electoral matters, on aspects of the sub judice convention and Parliamentary privilege; presented two-day course on "Principles of Contract Law", on behalf of the

National Centre for Development Studies, to employees of South Australian Water Corporation.

M FLYNN, councillor, member of committee, Law Society of the ACT, alternative dispute resolution committee, initiating a members' mediators list and a mediation competition in ACT secondary schools in the national Schools Conflict Resolution and Mediation (SCRAM) competition; vice-president, Canberra

Branch, Australian section, International Commission of Jurists.

M GANI, member, the Autism Spectrum Disorder Advisory and Consultative Committee.

Prof N A GUNNINGHAM, collaborator and co-investigator, research project on EMS, Center for Law and

Society, University of California, Berkeley USA; referee, Australian Research Council; consultancy reports and specialist academic advice, National Occupational

Health and Safety Commission, Rural Industry Research and Development Corporation/Forest and

Wood Products Research and Development Corporation, OECD on issues of occupational health and safety/ environmental regulation and policy.

J S JONES, member, Genetic Manipulation Advisory

Committee, Department Health and Aged Care; committee member and executive, Environmental

Defenders' Office.

J D McMILLAN, examiner of PhD thesis, University of

Sydney; president, national executive (from Sept

2000),Australian Institute of Administrative Law; external referee, Melbourne University Law Review and

University New South Wales Law Journal; member, editorial board, Federal Law Review; AIAL Forum; referee,

Australian Research Council; member, Federal Offenders Review Panel, commenting on draft decisions regarding release of federal offenders; consultant, provide advice on government law issues, Government

Services Group, Clayton Utz; prepared constitutional law opinion, Commonwealth Parliament Joint Standing Committee on Migration; prepared High Court's submissions for Department of Immigration and Multicultural Affairs; prepared submission to

Commonwealth Parliament Joint Standing Committee on Migration; presentation to, with Prof D Pearce and

R Creyke, COMNET (Commonwealth Corporate

Heads of Agencies), on findings of phase III ARC-funded external review project; conducted roundtable discussion (with Emeritus Prof D Pearce) with mem-

bers of a Victorian Parliament committee examining subordinate legislation; research director for conference, conducted jointly by Australian Institute of Administrative Law and Senate Legal and Constitutional

References Committee – "Administrative Law in Transition — the Proposed Administrative Review

Tribunal"; authored paper, project being conducted by

Commonwealth Parliamentary Library on "The Vision in Hindsight" (major publication to celebrate centenary of Parliament); member of group authoring a chapter for a book to be published by the Public Service Merit

Protection Commission, to celebrate the centenary of the Public Service.

P MATHEW, treasurer, Council of Australian and

New Zealand Society of International Law; editorial board, Australian Year Book of International Law; participant in roundtable, Department of Foreign Affairs and

Trade and Attorney-General's Department; discussion and contribution of ideas concerning the high level diplomatic initiative on treaty body reform; researcher,

Jesuit Refugee Service; paper presented to the regional meeting of the United Nations High Commissioner for

Refugees regarding Australia's adoption of the "safe third country" principle.

Emeritus Prof D PEARCE, co-editor, AIAL Forum,

Australian Institute of Administrative Law; legal advice on interpretation of legislation, Senate Rural and Regional Affairs and Transport Committee on development of Brisbane airport master plan; consultant, Therapeutic Goods Administration, inquiry and report relating to the advertising of certain therapeutic goods.

A M SIMPSON, volunteer solicitor, Welfare Rights Legal Centre; volunteer tutor, Barnados Foundation.

D J STEWART, presented one-day course, introduction to intellectual property, for Australian Tertiary

Education Managers; 2-day course on Commercialisation of Intellectual Property, for Macquarie Graduate

School of Management; seminars and workshops instructor, Law for Practicing Managers Course,

Australian Graduate School of Management; director,

ACT Welfare Rights and Legal Centre; instructor, twoday workshop on management and commercialisation of intellectual property, Meat and Livestock Authority.

A STONE, member, executive committee, Australian

Society of Legal Philosophy; member, management committee and employment subcommittee, Women's

Legal Center, ACT; editor, Federal Law Review; member, organising committee, ACT Schools

Constitutional Convention; panellist, parliamentary education office forum, on Separation of Powers to Year

11 and 12 Students; participant in panel discussion, on

"Our Place in the World in 2020: What do we want to be known for?".

P C WEEKS, chair, misconduct investigation committee, Australian Defence Force Academy, University

Cooperation with Government and other public institutions

New South Wales; editorial committee, Australian Jour-

nal of Labour Law; assessor, Australian Research

Council; part-time legal member, Social Security Appeals Tribunal; chair, ACT Government Sex Industry

Consultative Group; director, The Credit Union of

Canberra; issues paper on "Non-Receipt of Notices" for the Social Security Appeals Tribunal (also digested in

Social Security Appeals Tribunal Bulletin, Issue No

115, July 2000).

Dr F D WHEELER, associate, Centre for Comparative

Constitutional Studies, University of Melbourne; comments editor, Public Law Review; treasurer, Australian

Association of Constitutional Law; comments editor,

Public Law Review; referee, Sydney Law Review; member, advisory committee on judiciary act reference,

Australian Law Reform Commission.

Dr G J WILLIAMS, consultant, Asia Pacific Forum of

National Human Rights Institutions on Abrogation or

Amendment of the Fiji Constitution; consultant, Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Commission (ATSIC), with Dr L Behrendt, Research School of Social Sciences, (RSSS),on The Advancement of Indigenous Rights in Australia: A Preliminary Discussion Paper; consultant, EDUCO Australia Pty Ltd on Constitution, courts and executive, Mozambique government officials; media commentator on public law issues and the High

Court; columnist, The Australian on the Centenary of

Federation.

Institute of the Arts

Canberra School of Art

Cooperative arrangements with the National Cultural

Institutions and ACT arts organisations are a feature of the CSA profile. In 1999, BITA agreed to recommend

ITA’s name be changed to the National Institute of the

Arts to better reflect the level of its standing nationally and internationally. The School is developing partnership arrangements with National Cultural Institutions for various events, and in 2000, formalised arrangements with Canberra Museum & Art Gallery. The

Institute Library and Resource Centre continued its excellent work with the ACT Library, to service a growing number of community music and visual arts users. Our relationship with the National Gallery of Australia was further consolidated during the year with Art Theory classes again conducted in the Gallery.

The CSA Public Program was again very prominent in

2000. Exhibition, Art Forum, Visiting Artists, & Visual

Arts Access programs, together with high profile events presented special opportunities for students, the arts community and the public. In 2000, two national touring exhibitions were developed. International work from Thailand’s Khon Kaen University Faculty of Fine and Applied Art was presented in our Foyer Gallery, while three exhibitions from CSA were toured abroad.

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Patsy PAYNE presented an exhibition of digital prints from CSA in Taipei, in association with an International Print Symposium. An exhibition of glass from the

Canberra School of Art Glass Workshop toured to

Hsinchu and Singapore. A collection of work of past and present students and staff from CSA’s Gold and Silversmith Workshop, was exhibited at the Deutsches

Goldschmiedehaus, Hanau in Germany and in Nantou and Tainan in Taiwan.

All these high profile activities, together with record enrolments in the Visual Arts Access program, have reflected most favourably on the School, the University and Canberra. Further initiatives in these areas are being planned. Assistance from the ACT Government cultural program for these kinds of activities has been appreciated.

Canberra School of Music

For the first time, the CSM integrated the Masterschool of the Canberra International Chamber Music Festival into its curricular activities. A CSM woodwind ensemble presented a concert for the Festival conducted by

Jeffrey Crellin, Principal Oboe with the Melbourne

Symphony Orchestra.

The School played host to GlobalFreeway Australian

Youth Orchestra’s New Music Now workshop. Various

CSM staff tutored in other programs offered by this organisation, and the CSM was consulted in discussions around their e-Learning Project.

University Schools and Centres

Asia Pacific School of Economics and

Management

Australia-Japan Research Centre

Gordon de BROUWER, member, American Economic

Association; member, East Asian Economic Association; member, Economic Society of Australia;

Reviewer, Agenda; Reviewer, Journal of Asian Business;

Reviewer, Journal of Macroeconomics; adviser, Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade; editor of proceedings of international conference on Financial

Markets and Policies in East Asia in Canberra hosted by the AJRC, supported by the East Asia office of the International Monetary Fund

Peter DRYSDALE, adviser, Asia Pacific Foundation of

Canada; adviser, Institute of Fiscal and Monetary Policy

Research, Japanese Ministry of Finance; Director, Pacific Trade and Development Conference Secretariat;

Distinguished Associate, Asia Pacific Center, Stanford

University; member, Advisory Board, Ritsumeikan

University, Kyoto; member, APEC Panel of Independent Experts; member, Asian Studies Association of

Australia; member, Australian Studies Association of Ja-

50 pan; member, Board of the Australian Proteome

Analysis Facility, School of Biological Sciences, Macquarie University; member, Economic Society of

Australia and New Zealand Royal Economic Society; member, International Advisory Board, China Center for Economic Research, Peking University; International Associate, Foundation for Advanced Information

& Research, Japan; member, International Advisory

Board, Asia Pacific Institute, Waseda University; member, Japan Economic Association, East Coast, USA; member, Japanese Studies Association of Australia; member, Korean Studies Association of Australia; member, Pacific Economic Cooperation Conference

International Standing Committee; member, Pacific

Trade and Development Conference International

Steering Committee; member, Panel of International

Advisers, Korea Institute for International Economic

Policy; member, Board, Sydney Institute; member,

United States Academy of Political Science; Research

Associate, Center on Japanese Economy and Business,

Columbia University; member, Editorial Advisory

Board, Economics Today; member, Editorial Advisory

Board, IDRC Journal; member, Editorial Advisory

Board, Japanese Studies; member, Editorial Advisory

Board, Journal of Economic Studies; member, Editorial

Board, Journal of Asian–Pacific Economic Literature; member, Editorial Advisory Board, Pacific Economic

Papers; member, Editorial Advisory Board, Pacific Re-

view; member, Editorial Advisory Board, Routledge

Economics/Asian Series; member, Editorial Advisory

Board, World Bank Book Series; adviser, APEC; Assessor, Australian Research Council Large Grants; consultant/Team leader Witness, Senate select committee on Superannuation and Financial Services

Peter DRYSDALE and Ligang SONG, editors, China’s

Entry to the WTO: Strategic Issues and Quantitative As-

sessments, completing seven years of collaboration between the AJRC and several Chinese institutes.

Peter DRYSDALE, Yunling ZHANG and Ligang

SONG, editors, APEC and Liberalisation of the Chinese

Economy with APEC Policy Research Centre of the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, funded under

AusAID’s Australia–China Institutional Links Project.

Christopher FINDLAY, member, Australian Pacific

Economic Cooperation Committee; Consultancy, Department of Education Training and Youth Affairs;

Consultancy, Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade;

Consultancy, Federation of Korean Industry

Masayoshi HONMA, member, American Agricultural

Economics Association; member, Japan Economic Association; member, Editorial Board, International

Association of Agricultural Economists; member, Editorial

Board, Japan Agricultural Economic Association

Ligang SONG, Secretary (until Sept.), Association for

Chinese Economic Studies; Consultancy, Boao Investment Holdings; consultant, International Finance

Corporation; consultant, State Economic and Trade

Commission of PRC

Ray TREWIN, ACT Councillor, Australian Agricultural and Economics Society; member, Australian

Economic Society; member, International Association of Agricultural Economists; Refereed ABARE’s report on the impact of agricultural trade liberalisation on developing countries; Consultancy, AusAID;

Consultancy, Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade;

Consultancy, Australian Greenhouse Office; Consultancy, PECC; Team leader, Export subsidy measures in major agricultural exporting countries for Taiwanese government; Team leader, RIRDC project; RIRDC/

STA project

Leon WOLFF, Assessor, Australian–European

Scholarships

Australian National Internships Program

Jenny HUTCHINSON, member, Editorial Board,

Dissent

Economics

Prema-Chandra ATHUKORALA, Adviser, Asia Recovery Information Centre, Asian Development Bank;

Assessor, Australian Research Council Large Grants;;

Policy report, Capital Mobility, Crisis and Adjustment: a Malaysian case study for the International Centre for the Study of East Asian Development

George FANE, consultant for World Bank

Ross GARNAUT, chair, Foreign Affairs Council; chair

(until May), Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research; chair, Asia Pacific Economics Group; chair, Asia Society AustralAsia Centre; chair, Asia Society, New York; chair, Centre for Strategic and

International Studies, Indonesia; chair, China Centre for Economic Research Advisory Board, Beijing; chair,

China Economy and Business Program; chair, Indonesia Project; chair, International Advisory group to

PNG; chair, Korea Economy group; Fellow, Australian

Academy of Social Sciences; member, Advisory Council to Minister for Foreign Affairs; member, Economic Society of Australia; member, Review team to review

Asialink, University of Melbourne; Review Board, Public Policy Research Grants Program, Beijing; chair,

Editorial Board, Asian–Pacific Economic Literature; chair, Editorial Board, Bulletin of Indonesian Economic

Studies; member, Australian Economic Review

Hal HILL, member, International Centre for the Study of East Asian Development, Japan; member, Research

Advisory Group; member, East Asian Development

Economic Association, Japan; member, Editorial

Board, ASEAN Economic Bulletin; member, Editorial

Board, Asian Journal of Agricultural Economics; member,

Editorial Board, Bulletin of Indonesian Economic Studies; member, Editorial Board, Cambridge University Press,

Asia–Pacific Monographs; member, Editorial Board,

Cooperation with Government and other public institutions

Journal of Asia–Pacific Economy; member, Editorial

Board, Monash Mt Eliza Business Review; member, Editorial Board, Oxford Development Studies; member,

Editorial Board, World Development; member, Editorial

Board, Journal of Asian Business; member, Editorial

Board, Academic journals/book series: Asian–Pacific

Economic Literature; Referee, Journal of Development

Studies; Referee, Allen & Unwin; Referee, Bulletin of In-

donesian Economic Studies; Referee, Institute of; Grant,

From AusAID for Philippine Economy Project; Halfday course, North Korean officials Southeast Asian

Studies; Referee, Journal of Asia–Pacific Economy; Referee, Singapore Journal of Tropical Geography; Referee,

Routledge; Referee, Transnational Corporations; Referee,

World Development

Chris MANNING, member, East Asian Economics Association; member, Editorial Board, Bulletin of

Indonesian Economic Studies; member, Editorial Board,

Populasi; adviser to World Bank and AusAID.

Warwick McKIBBIN, Board member, Economic Society of Australia, Canberra; Fellow, Australian Academy of Social Sciences; member, Advisory Board, Australia–

Japan Research Centre, ANU; member, Advisory

Board, Centre for Economic Policy Research, ANU; member, American Economic Association; member,

Econometric Society; member, Royal Economic Society; member, United Nations Global Modeling Forum; member, Editorial Board, Asia Pacific Economic Review; member, Editorial Board, Open Economics Review; member, Editorial Board, Economic Modeling; Reviewer, Economic Modeling; Reviewer, Journal of

International Trade and Development; consultant, Australian Coal Association; consultant, Australian

Competition and Consumer Commission; consultant,

Australian Greenhouse Office; consultant, Australian

Treasury; consultant, Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade; consultant, Tactical Global Management; consultant, The World Bank; consultant, US Congressional Budget Office

Xin MENG, member, American Economic Association

Economics; member, Society of Labor Economics; Reviewer, Economic Record; Reviewer, Journal of

Comparative Economics; Reviewer, Pacific Economic

Review; consultant, ACIL Australia Pty Ltd.; consultant, China Capacity Building Program

Hadi SOESASTRO, member (until Sept.), National

Economic Council of the Republic of Indonesia; member, Board of the Prasetiya Mulya Graduate School of

Management; member, Indonesian Economist Association; member, International Advisory Board of the Asia

Society; member, International Advisory Board, Bulletin of Indonesian Economic Studies; member,

International Editorial Board, ASEAN Economic

Bulletin.

Mei WEN, member, China Economists Association; member, European Association for Research in Industrial Economics; member, Royal Economic Association;

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Secretary, Association for Chinese Economic Studies;

Reviewer, The Economic Journal

Leon WOLFF, member, ANU Law Students Society; member, Committee Against Sexual Harassment,

ANU; member, Equity and Diversity Consultative

Group, ANU; member, IDP Education Australia; Reviewer, Dartmouth Publishers; Reviewer, Legal

Education Review

Graduate Program in Public Policy

Jenny HUTCHINSON, Consultancy, AusAID

Donald LAMBERTON, Board member, International

Telecommunications Society; member, American Economic Society; member, American Society for

Information Science and Technology; member, Economic Society of Australia; member, Royal Economic

Society; member, World Future Society; Board member, Economics of Innovation and New Technology;

Board member, Futures Research Quarterly; Board member, Human Systems Development; Coordinating

Editor, Information Economics and Policy & Book Review Editor; General editor, Prometheus; Advisory

Board member, Social Sciences and Humanities Advisory Committee

Deborah MITCHELL, member, Editorial Board, Inter-

national Social Security Review; British High

Commission, Presentation to House of Commons Select Committee on Social Security reform

Richard MULGAN, member, Editorial Board, Journal

of Political Philosophy: Political Science; Consultancy,

Metropolitan Ambulance Service

John UHR, Board member, Advisory Board, The

Drawing Board: An Australian Review of Public Affairs,; Manuscript reviewer, Journal of Public

Administration Research and Theory; Manuscript reviewer, Australian Journal of Political Science; Manuscript reviewer, Canadian Journal of Political Science; Manuscript reviewer, The Journal of Political Philosophy; member, Editorial Committee, Centenary History, Australian National Audit Office, Canberra; member,

Editorial Committee, The Vision of Hindsight, Centenary of Federation project, Information and Research

Services, Department of the Parliamentary Library,

Canberra; adviser, Victorian Royal Commission into

Metropolitan Ambulance Service; Invited witness, Victorian Parliamentary Public Accounts Committee

Glenn WITHERS, Board member, Economic Society of Australia (ACT Branch); Vice President, Committee for Economic Development of Australia; Vice President, Institute of Public Administration of Australia

(ACT Branch); member, Royal Economic Society; member, American Economic Association; Fellow,

Academy of Social Sciences of Australia; member, Editorial Board, Australian Social Monitor; member,

Editorial Board, Defence and Peace Economics; member,

Editorial Board, Journal of Cultural Economics; Expert

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Advice, Business Council of Australia; Expert Advice,

Department of Health and Aged Care; Expert Advice,

Premier’s Department, Victoria; Consultancy, Australian Broadcasting Corporation; Co-ordinator, Export

Subsidy Measures in Major Agricultural Exporting

Countries (for Taiwan Government)

National Centre for Development Studies

Heinz ARNDT (with Karen McVicker), Consultancy,

AusAID, Asian–Pacific Economic Literature Journal subscription

Ron DUNCAN, member, American Agricultural Economics Society; member, Australian Department of

Foreign Affairs and Trade, Aid Advisory Council; member, Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and

Trade, UNESCO Social Sciences Network; member,

Australian Department of Treasury, Australian Competition Tribunal; Branch Councillor, Australian

Agricultural and Resource Economic Society (Canberra

Branch); member, Asian Development Bank Institute

Advisory Panel; member, Economic Society of Australia; Consultancy, AusAID; Consultancy, World Bank;

Consultancy, Asian Development Bank; Economic advisory services, Australian Competition and Consumer

Commission; (with MareeTait) Consultancy, AusAID,

Economics training of DPRK students; Consultancy,

Sasakawa Peace Foundation; Consultancy, ACIAR

Ron DUNCAN (with Maree TAIT and Debra GRO-

GAN), Consultancy, AusAID, Outreach activities for

PNG and the Pacific Region

Jeff BENNETT, member, Economic Society of Australia; Branch President, Australian; chair of Board,

Asian–Pacific Economic Literature; Academic Editor,

Cambridge University Press, Trade and Development Se-

ries; chair of Board/Editor, Pacific Economic Bulletin; member, Editorial Board, The Australian Agricultural

and Resource Economics Journal, Agricultural and Resource Economic Society (Canberra Branch); member,

Centre for Independent Studies Advisory Council; member, Environment Institute of Australia; Assoc Editor, Australian Journal of Agricultural and Resource

Economics; member, Editorial Advisory Board, Austral-

ian Journal of Environmental Management; member,

Editorial Board, Ecological Management and Restoration

Satish CHAND, member, American Economic Association; member, Economic Society of Australia; adviser to the Government of Papua New Guinea; Consultancy, Privatisation Commission, Government of Papua

New Guinea

Deborah COBB-CLARK, member, ACT Department of Education: Ministerial Advisory Committee on Government Schooling; member, American Economics

Association; member, Economic Society of Australia; member, Society of Labor Economics; Consultancy,

Department of Family and Community Services,

Parenting Branch

Deborah DWYER, Terry DWYER, Michael WARD and Maree TAIT, Consultancy, Institute of National

Affairs, Papua New Guinea

Terry DWYER, member, American Economic Association; member, Economic Society of Australia; member,

Australian Business Economists; Fellow, Taxation Institute of Australia; member, Financial Planning

Association of Australia; Consultancy, Australian Vice-

Chancellor’s Committee

Christopher FINDLAY, member, Economic Society of

Australia; chair, Pacific Economic Cooperation Conference Coordinating Group; member, Foreign Affairs

Council; Consultancy, AusAID, PNG aviation policy

Rana GANGULY, Fellow, Australian Institute of Management; Consultancy, Boao Investment Holdings;

Rana Ganguly (with Satish Chand and Theo Levantis),

Consultancy member and project Coordinator, Government of PNG; Consultancy member, AusAID;

Consultancy, IDP Education Australia Ltd Projects

Habiba GITAY, chair and Coordinator, Australian

Greenhouse Office, Environment Australia; member,

British Ecological Society; member, Ecological Society for Australia; member, Steering Committee; Consultancy, Greenhouse Accounting Report in conjunction with the Steering Committee Report Third assesment report of the WG11; Senior adviser, World Resources

Institute Report 2000

Debra GROGAN, member, Canberra Society of Editors; Assoc Editor, Pacific Economic Bulletin

Michael HESS, Editor, Labour and Management in De-

velopment; Consultancy, Office of Higher Education,

Papua New Guinea

Padma LAL, Executive member, Australia and New

Zealand Society of Ecological Economics; member,

Australian Institute of Agriculture Science and Technology (AIAST); Life member, International Society for

Mangrove Ecosystems (ISME); member, Australian Agricultural and Resource Economic Society (AARES); member, Common Property Network; member, International Association of Aquaculture Economics and

Management; member, International Society of Ecological Economics (ISEE); adviser, Productivity

Commission; adviser, Sugar Commission of Fiji; adviser, UNESCO (Vietnam); Consultancy, AusAID;

Reviewer/adviser, Ministry of Planning, Fiji; Consultancy, ACIAR, Fiji sugar industry

Peter LARMOUR, Consultancy, Asian Development

Bank; Consultancy, Centre for Democratic Institutions

Suiwah LEUNG, Fellow, Australian Institute of Company Directors; member, Advisory Board of Minter

Ellison Lawyers; member, Board of Studies, Graduate

Program of Economics, ANU; member, Economic Society of Australia; Non-executive Director, Board of the

ACT Electricity and Water Corporation (until June

Cooperation with Government and other public institutions

2000); Consultancy, AusAID; Consultancy, Government of Vietnam

Theodore LEVANTIS, Consultancy, Government of

Fiji; Consultancy, Government of Papua New Guinea

Yuk Chu LIU, member, Economic Society of Australia;

Consultancy, AusAID

Ann NEVILE, member, Institute of Public Administration, Australia

Christine SYLVESTER, member, African Studies Association; member, International Studies Association; member, Pan-European Association of International

Relations; Associative Editor, Alternatives; Associative

Editor, AustralAsian Review of African Studies; Associative Editor, International Feminist Journal of Politics;

Consultancy, AusAID and Government of Thailand;

Consultancy, University of Tampere, Finland; Curriculum and Personnel adviser, Institute of Social Studies,

The Hague

Maree TAIT, member, Editorial Board, Asian–Pacific

Economic Literature; member, Editorial Board, Pacific

Economic Bulletin; Editor, Pacific Economic Bulletin; Executive Editor, Cambridge University Press, Trade and

Development Series; Consultancy, Sagric International

Pty Ltd; Consultancy, AusAID; Consultancy, Sagric International Pty Ltd.; Consultancy, Hawthorn

Consulting Group; Consultancy, GRM International

Pty Ltd.; Consultancy, Hawthorn International Education Ltd.; Consultancy, Melbourne Enterprises

International Ltd

Maree TAIT (with Debra GROGAN), Consultancy,

AusAID

Maree TAIT and Michael HESS, Consultancy, Australian Customs Service

Maree TAIT (with Meera NAIR), Consultancy, ACIL

Australia Pty Ltd

Maree TAIT (with Ray TREWIN, AJRC), Consultancy, Hawthorn International Education Ltd; Consultancy, Hawthorn Consulting Group

Yongzheng YANG, Consultancy, Asian Development

Bank; Consultancy, ACIAR

Elspeth YOUNG, chair, Antarctic Naming and Medals

Committee, ANARE, Environment Australia; chair,

National Committee for Geography, Academy of Science, Australia; Fellow, Academy of Social Sciences in

Australia; member, Institute of Australian Geographers; member, International Association for the Study of

Common Property; member, Editorial Advisory Board and International Representation, Australian Geograph-

ical Studies; member, Editorial Board, Aboriginal

History; member, Editorial Board, New Zealand Geogra-

pher; Consultancy, AusAID

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The Australian National University Annual Report 2000

Yongzheng YANG, member, American Economic Association; member, Association for Chinese Economic

Studies of Australia

National Graduate School of Management

Mark DODGSON, Board member, Centre for Developing Cities; Board member, Australian Business

Research Advisory Board; Board member, Canberra

Sister City Committee; member, Editorial Board, Re-

search Policy; member, Editorial Board, Technology

Analysis and Strategic Management; member, Editorial

Board, Industry and Innovation; member, Editorial

Board, Management Decision; Editor in Chief, R & D

Enterprise—Asia Pacific; member, Editorial Board, In-

ternational Journal of Innovation Management

Bruce STENING, member, Editorial Board, Accounta-

bility& Performance; member, Editorial Board, Asia

Pacific Journal of Human Resources; member, Editorial

Board, Asian Academy of Management Journal; member,

Editorial Board, Journal of World Business; member, Editorial Board, Monash Mt Eliza Business Review; member, Editorial Board, Research Practice in Human

Resource Management

Centre for Aboriginal Economic Policy

Research

Ongoing collaboration with RioTinto Ltd as an opinion leader on their partnership with Indigenous

Australians programs and community relations programs.

Jon ALTMAN, Board Member, ARC Key Centre for

Tropical Wildlife Management, Northern Territory

University, Darwin; member, Selection Committee on

Australian Research Council (ARC) Strategic Partnership with Industry-Research and Training (SPIRT) graduate student, Centre for Indigenous Natural and

Cultural Resource Management, Northern Territory

University; member, Research Advisory Board,

VKHRCDU, University of Melbourne; member, Promotions Committe, University of Sydney; collaborated with Dr Kingsley Palmer, Deputy Principal, AIATSIS and with Dr Luke Taylor, Research Director, AIATSIS; member, Advisory Group, Issues Deliberation Australia

Deliberative Poll on Reconciliation; collaborated with

Professor David Birch, Corporate Citizenship Research

Unit, Deakin University; adviser to PhD student, University of Western Sydney; member, Scientific Program

Advisory and Evaluation Group, Co-operative Research

Centre for the Sustainable Development of the Tropical

Savanna, Northern Territory University; member, Advisory Group to Desart and ATSIC; associate editor,

Journal of Tourism Studies; Referee for Melbourne University Press; referee for Australian Journal of Political

Science; reviewer for the ARC Key Centre for Tropical

Wildlife Management; adviser, Council for Aboriginal

Reconciliation; member, Advisory Group for Australia

Deliberates: Reconciliation — Where from Here?; con-

54 sultant, ATSIC; consultant, Human Rights and Equal

Opportunity Commission; collaboration with Office of

Indigenous Policy, Department of Prime Minister and

Cabinet; comment to Senator Tambling on discussion paper; assisted Mr Bela Kover, University of Canberra; adviser to Senator Robert Hill, Minister for the Environment; adviser, Environment Australia’s Heritage

Commission; collaboration with Indigenous arts section, Department of Communication, Information

Technology and the Arts; submission to the CGC in response to the Draft Report of the Indigenous Funding

Inquiry; adviser to Darren Dick, Human Rights and

Equal Opportunity Commission; consultant to Rowan

Cole, First Nations Credit Union, Melbourne and Ms

Barbara Bradshaw, Traditional Credit Union, Darwin; adviser to Bob McMullan, Opposition spokesman on

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Affairs.

Jon ALTMAN and David POLLACK, assistance to

ATSIC and Aboriginal art centres (Warmun, Warlayirti and Merrepen); assistance to Production Statistics

Branch, ABS, working with Dr Michael Vardon.

Jon ALTMAN and Neil WESTBURY, provided advice to a Meeting of Experts on Corroborree 2000, Sydney.

Jon ALTMAN, Neil WESTBURY, Diane SMITH,

Jerry SCHWAB, participated in Corroborree 2000.

Jon ALTMAN, Matthew GRAY, Boyd HUNTER, Diane SMITH, John TAYLOR, in response to a request from DEWRSB, hosted a visit from the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) at CAEPR.

Bill ARTHUR, conducted discussions with AIATSIS regarding the production of an Indigenous atlas; invited by the Kimberley Land Council to provide data from field records to assist in the preparation of a native title application in Mangala/Nyigena lands; hosted a visit of the Delegation of the Central Council for the Theoretical Research, CPV Committee, Vietnam; submission to the CGC Inquiry.

Bill ARTHUR and John TAYLOR, hosted a delegation from the ‘South Africa Capacity Building Program, National Population Unit, Ministry of Welfare, Pretoria.

Julie FINLAYSON, member, Editorial Board, Aborigi-

nal History.

Julie FINLAYSON and David MARTIN, consultants,

ATSIC Central Office: Native Title Representative

Bodies: Re-Determination Processes.

Boyd HUNTER, adviser to Drs Alison Preston and

Siobhan Austen, Prof Peter Kenyon and Elisa Rose

Birch, Economics, Finance Department, Curtin University of Technology; adviser to Honours student,

University of Sydney; elected member, AIATSIS; member, Editorial Board, Australian Journal of Labour

Economics, referee for Australian Economic History Re-

view, Australian Economic Review, The Economic Record,

Australian Bulletin of Labour, Journal of Social and Eco-

nomic Policy, and the Journal of the Australian

Population Research; assisted Dr Alan Gray regarding

Oxfam International mission to assist with the improvement of the conditions of Indigenous Australians by contributing to enhanced international scrutiny and pressure; adviser to Mr Ross Jones, ATSIC; adviser to the New South Wales Bureau of Crime Statistics and

Research; adviser to Ms Amanda Couthardt from a

Queensland legal firm; adviser to ABS; Submission to the CGC inquiry.

Boyd HUNTER and Matthew GRAY, completion of three major reports for DEWRSB analysing data from the longitudinal survey of Aboriginal and Torres Strait

Islander job seekers.

Robert LEVITUS, consultant, National Museum Of

Australia: The History of Aboriginal Rights.

Siobhan McDONNELL, book reviewer, Indigenous

Law Bulletin.

David MARTIN, lecturer on native title to Law School,

University of New South Wales); examiner, Masters

Thesis, La Trobe University; adviser, Interdepartmental

Committee examining potential reform of the Prescribed Bodies Corporate regime under the NTA.

Kate ROSS and John TAYLOR, consultants, ATSIC

State Office in New South Wales: Baseline Indigenous

Comparative Social and Economic Study.

Tim ROWSE, elected member, Australian Academy of

Humanities; book reviewer, Historical Records of Australian Science.

Will SANDERS, academic supervisor, Australian National Internship Program of students working with the

Council for Aboriginal Reconciliation, Office of Indigenous policy, Department of Prime Minister and

Cabinet.

Will SANDERS and Diane SMITH, provision of advice and case studies to ATSIC for submission to the

McClure Welfare Reform Group.

Diane SMITH, lecturer, Geography Department,

Honolulu University, Hawaii; presenter: Federal Treaty

Negotiation Office, Vancouver, British Columbia;

Centre for Property Studies, University of New Brunswick, Frederickton; Department of Sociology, Saint

John’s University, New Brunswick; International Day of Indigenous Peoples Conference hosted by the Federal Government’s Department of Indian and Northern

Affairs Canada, Ottowa; Centre for Comparative Studies and Ethnicity, Stanford University, Palo Alto;

Presidential Mediation Consultant, NNTT for Ngunawal native title claims in the Australian Capital

Territory.

John TAYLOR, collaborated with the South East Arnhem Land Collaborative Project, University of

Wollongong; collaboration with colleagues at the University of Adelaide, University of Waikato, University

Cooperation with Government and other public institutions of Houston, University of Calgary, Mahidol University,

McMaster University and Stanford University; member, ABS General Social Survey Reference Group; member, ABS Indigenous Social Survey Reference

Group; referee for Australian and New Zealand Journal

of Statistics; participant in consortium led by the

VKHRCDU, University of Melbourne; consultant,

Parks Australia North division of Environment Australia: Population Dynamics in the Mutitjulu Community.

John TAYLOR and Neil WESTBURY, consultancy for

Fred Hollows Foundation and Jawoyn Association.

Neil WESTBURY, consultant, ATSIC State Office in

New South Wales.

Centre for Cross-Cultural Research

Adjunct Professor with the HRC, worked on a third 13part series for the ABC. One part deals with the provenance of selected European and American works of art in Australian collections. Betty was Chair of the ACT

Centenary of Federation Committee; member, Federal

Council for the Centenary of Federation, and Chair of its Events and Celebrations Committee; member of the

Australia/India Council.

Pip DEVESON co-curated 'Yingapungapu', one of the opening exhibitions in the Gallery of First Australians at the NMA, that included three short films featuring the

Yingapungapu sand sculpture used in mortuary and cleansing ceremonies in North East Arnhem Land.

Centre for Educational Development and Academic Methods

Matthew ABSALOM, invited with Margot Pearson to review a book proposal for the Sage Publishing Book

Series: Teaching and Learning the Humanities in Higher Education.

Gerlese ÅKERLIND, joint coordinator, EARLI Special

Interest Group on Experience and Awareness, member, organising committee for the International Workshop on 'Updating Phenomenography', University of Hong

Kong; reviewer for the journal, HERD.

Don ANDERSON, member, New Zealand Academic

Audit panel; member, editorial boards of the journals

Social Psychology of Education (USA), Higher Education

Research and Development (Aus), and Higher Education

(UK).

Richard JOHNSON, prepared a discussion paper on the general theme of The Place of Universities today and the Structures to Carry out their Roles for DETYA; prepared a paper on gaps in educational research, for the

Enquiry into Teacher Education in NSW; Writing for

DETYA an overview of four pieces of research on the impact of research in education to be published during

2001; writing four sets of discussion notes on books for the Victorian Council of Adult Education; cooperated

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The Australian National University Annual Report 2000 with the Faculty of Nursing, University of Newcastle, in a project on Consumer Participation in Health Care;

Continued commissioned tasks for the Australian

Council of Deans of Nursing.

Margot PEARSON, during UK conference met with

Dr Pat Cryer, Visiting Professor for the Development of

Graduate Education at Manchester University; and Dr

Angie Titchen, co-editor of Practice Knowledge and Ex-

pertise in the Health Professions (Oxford, Butterworth-

Heinemann) in which Margot has a chapter; co-authored an article with Dr Angela Brew on Research

Training and Supervision Development; reviewer for

The Australian Journal of Adult and Community Educa-

tion; referee for the journal Higher Education Research

and Development, co-supervisor of a PhD student in the

Sociology Program, who is lecturing in NZ; attended the meeting of directors of ADUs at UWA, Perth.

Malcolm PETTIGROVE, principal member of ANU’s

GCCA/CEQ/PREQ liaison group.

Chris TREVITT, ANU representative, Association of

Pacific Rim Universities (APRU) international conference on 'Distance Learning and the Internet', Southern

California University, Los Angeles; invited to: advise the Institute of Foresters of Australia; critically review a substantial (£3 million) Joint Infrastructure Fund proposal to the UK Economic and Social Research

Council; review papers for Higher Education Research and Development.

Centre for Mental Health Research

Dr H. CHRISTENSEN, member, Editorial Boards,

Psychology and Aging and Gerontology; member, Scientific and Research Sub-Committee of the Alzheimer's

Association; member, Medical and Scientific Advisory

Panel, Alzheimer's Disease International; Mental

Health Reference Group HealthPact.

Dr K. DEAR, Associate Editor, Journal of Statistical

Computing and Simulation; Australasian Regional Editor, Journal of Biopharmaceutical Statistics.

Prof A.S. HENDERSON, editor for Australasia and the Far East, Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemi-

olog; member, editorial boards: International Journal of

Methods in Psychiatric Research, Dementia, European Archives of Psychiatry and Clinical Neuroscience, New

Trends in Experimental and Clinical Psychiatry and Ag-

ing and Mental Health; member, board of assessors,

Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry; member, editorial review panel, Australasian Journal on

Ageing; member, Committee of International Consultants, Epidemiologia e Psichiatria Sociale (Rome).

Prof A.F. JORM, Editor-in-Chief, Australasian Journal

on Ageing; member, Editorial Board, International Jour-

nal of Methods in Psychiatric Research; Acting Chair,

Departmental Ethics Committee (Commonwealth Department of Health and Aged Care); president,

Australasian Society for Psychiatric Research; member,

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Scientific and Research Sub-Committee of the Alzheimer's Association; member, Medical and Scientific

Advisory Panel, Alzheimer's Disease International; member, Board of the Mental Health Council of Australia; member, Research Committee of the Australian

Rotary Health Research Fund; chair, NHMRC Project

Grant Discipline Panel in Mental Health.

Dr B. RODGERS, Advisory Editor, Journal of Social

Welfare and Family Law; member, NHMRC Project

Grant Discipline Panel in Health Sciences; member,

New Zealand Health Research Council Project Grant

Assessing Committee in Public Health.

During 2000, staff of the Centre reviewed 74 manuscripts for journals, assessed 22 grant applications for

Australian and overseas funding organisations and examined 2 theses.

Humanities Research Centre

The Consortium for Research and Information Outreach (CRIO) is a joint initiative of the CCR and HRC and seeks to partner with cultural institutions in Australia in order to make the results of research available to a broad range of people and groups in a variety of forms, but particularly through digital media technologies.

The first of our partners is the National Museum of

Australia (NMA), and we are currently in discussions with the Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres

Strait Islander Studies (AIATSIS) with a view to their future membership.

Ralph ELLIOTT, AM, lecturer under the auspices of the English Department at University College, Australian Defence Force Academy.

Bill GAMMAGE, Co-commentator, Anzac Day march, ABC TV Adelaide; ‘Anzac’ commentary for

NBC (US) Olympic Games coverage; Interviews for the

National Library of Australia’s Oral History Unit:

‘Drovers’ Reunion’, Camooweal, QLD; launched the history issue of Rural Society, Wagga Wagga City

Council Chambers.

Iain McCALMAN, Council Member, Australian Academy of the Humanities; Vice President, Australian

Academy of the Humanities; Member, Research Infrastructure Committee, Academy of the Humanities;

Member, International Advisory Committee, Consortium of Humanities Centres and Institutes; President,

Australian Consortium of Humanities Centres and Institutes; President, Australasian and Pacific Society of

Eighteenth-Century Studies; Member, National Library of Australia, Harold White Fellowship

Committee (representing the Academy of Social Sciences in Australia); Member, International Affiliates Board,

Humanities Research Institute, University of California; Member, Advisory Board, Research Institute in the

Humanities and Social Sciences, Sydney; Member, National Museum of Australia, Academic Advisory Group;

Interim Academic Planning Coordinator, National Eu-

rope Centre Advisory Board; Chair, Advisory Board,

National Dictionary Centre; Member, Board of Directors, Freilich Foundation; Chair, Review of the School of Social Inquiry, Murdoch University.

Brian MASSUMI, Architecture studio review, jury member, Yale University School of Architecture; Member, Editorial Board, Postmodern Culture; Member,

Editorial Board, Traces: A Multilingual Journal of Cul-

tural Theory; Member, Editorial Board, The UTS

Review: Cultural Studies and New Writing; Founding

Editor, Theory Out of Bounds, book series.

Caroline TURNER, ‘Tracking Kultja’ committee for an Indigenous festival at the National Museum of Australia; adviser to the National Library of Australia’s

2001 exhibition ‘Cook and Omai: The Cult of the

South Seas’.

National Centre for Epidemiology and

Population Health

Prof Tony ADAMS, member, PHAA Governance Review Team; book editor, Australian and New Zealand

Journal of Public Health; consultant, Review Turning

Point Alcohol and Drug Centre Inc; Review National

Centre for Immunisation Research and Surveillance.

Dr Gabriele BAMMER, member, Scientific Committee on Musculoskeletal Disorders, International

Commission on Occupational Health; member, Governing Council, Mulanggarri Foundation, University of

Canberra; member, New pharmacotherapies project advisory group, Turning Point Alcohol and Drug Centre

Inc.; member, international scientific advisory panel,

10 th

International Conference for the Reduction of

Drug Related Harm; member, Steering Committee for a UK heroin trial, Department of Social Science and

Medicine, Imperial College School of Medicine, London; member, International Expert Scientific Advisory

Group, Health Council of the Netherlands heroin prescription proposal; member, Executive of the Australian

Network of Academic Public Health Institutions; member, advisory board, Interagency Committee on

Alcohol and Drugs (ICAD), ACT Department of

Health and Community Care; member, advisory board,

Supervised Injecting Places working group, ACT Department of Health and Community Care; member,

Editorial Board, Australian and New Zealand Journal of

Public Health; reviewer, Australian and New Zealand

Journal of Public Health and Drug and Alcohol Review;

ACT Minister for Health; Department of Health and

Community Care; Invited oral submission, House of

Representatives Standing Committee; five public lectures by invitation in Brazil in Porto Alegre, Sao Paulo,

Salvador, Belo Horizonte and Rio De Janiero organised by Coordenadoria de Institutos de Pesquisa (CIP-SES/

SP), Centro de Referência em Saúde do Trabalhador de

São Paulo (CEREST/SP-SES/SP) and Divisão de Vigilãncia Sanitária do Trabalho (DVST-CVS-SES/SP); advice and assistance to Consumers’ Health Forum;

Cooperation with Government and other public institutions member, advisory committee, National Hepatitis C Education and Prevention Strategy, Australian

Intravenous League.

Dr Cathy BANWELL, consultant, NSW Southern

Area Health Service, Boorowa Community Partnerships Research Project; referee, Canadian Institutes of

Health Research, Interdisciplinary Health Research

Teams (IHRTs) Program (2000); referee, NSW Health

Promotion Demonstration Research Grant Scheme.

Prof Niels BECKER, member, Program Committee of the 22 nd

Annual Conference of the International Society for Clinical Biostatisticians, August 19–23, 2001,

Stockholm, Sweden.

Mary BEERS, member, Australian Society for Microbiology; member, Australasian epidemiological

Association; member, Public Health Association of

Australia; member, Communicable Diseases Network of Australia and New Zealand; member, Public Health

Laboratory Network; member, Animal Public Health

Information Network; member, Director’s Network,

Global Network for Training in Applied epidemiology and Public Health Interventions; member, Steering

Committee, OzFoodnet; member, Communicable Diseases Network of Australia Conference committee and abstract reviewer; convener, MAE Conferences 2000 &

2001; member, Editorial Board, Communicable Diseases

Intelligence; referee, Australian and New Zealand Journal

of Public Health and Australian Infection Control Jour-

nal; consultant, Development of a National

Haemovigilance System, Haemovigilance Working

Party, Australian Red Cross Blood Service; The Financing of Public Health Laboratory activities of public health importance, National Public Health Partnership; referee, National Health and Medical Research Council

Project Grants; Public Health Laboratory Network;

Pneumococcal Working Party; Commonwealth Blood

& Blood products review; National Australian Enhanced Foodborne Surveillance System (OzFoodnet);

Response to media inquiries on communicable disease issues.

Dr Dorothy BROOM, member, NHMRC National

Breast Cancer Centre Monitoring Working Group; member, National Public Health Partnership Chairs of

National Strategies Coordinating Committee; member,

National Editorial Advisory Collective, Australian Fem-

inist Studies; member, International Editorial Advisory

Board, Culture, Health and Sexuality; referee, Social Sci-

ence and Medicine, Australian and New Zealand Journal

of Public Health and Australian Feminist Studies; book reviewer, International Journal of Primary Health — In-

terchange and Australian and New Zealand Journal of

Public Health; referee, Social Sciences and Humanities

Council of Canada; Royal Women’s Hospital, Melbourne; National Health and Medical Research

Council; Australian Research Council; Board of management, Toora Inc (accommodation, referral and advocacy for homeless women); member, steering com-

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The Australian National University Annual Report 2000 mittee, Australian Women’s Health Network; patron,

Family Planning Association; member, Canberra Centre for Women’s Health Matters.

Dr James BUTLER, member, Early Detection and Diagnosis Working Group, NHMRC National Breast

Cancer Centre; member, Central Coordinating Committee, Department of Veterans Affairs Preventive Care

Trial; member, Consultative Committee on Diagnostic

Imaging Research Program (CCDIRP), Commonwealth Department of Health and Aged Care; member, advisory board, Global Health Outcomes Board, Pharmacia; referee, Journal of Health Economics and

Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health; consultant, Schering-Plough Pty Ltd; Applied Economics Pty Ltd on a project for the Commonwealth

Department of Health and Aged Care; Commonwealth

Department of Health and Aged Care; Royal Australasian College of Surgeons on behalf of AusAID;

Australian Technical Advisory Group on Immunisation

(ATAGI).

Prof John CALDWELL, Vice President, Australian Reproductive Health Alliance; patron, Australian

Population Association; Honorary President, International Union for the Scientific Study of Population; referee, Population and Development Review, Social Sci-

ence and Medicine, Studies in Family Planning, Journal of

Comparative Family Studies and International Planned

Parenthood Perspectives; member, editorial boards, Pop-

ulation and Development Review, Social Science and

Medicine, Studies in Family Planning, Pakistan Development Review, Sociological Perspectives, Journal of

Population Research, African Journal of Reproductive

Health, Bulletin of the World Health Organisation, Demographic Research, Journal of Health Management,

Journal of Health, Population and Nutrition and Global

Bioethics; consultant, AusAID, HIV/AIDS in Melanesia; referee, Wellcome Foundation.

Pat CALDWELL, member, editorial board, Global

Bioethics.

Dr Gordon CARMICHAEL, immediate past president and member of council, Australian Population Association; referee, Journal of Population Research and Asian

and Pacific Migration Journal; guest editor, Supplement to Volume 18, Proceedings of the APA/PANZ Millennium Meeting, Journal of Population Research; invited reviewer, UN Economic Commission for Europe, Fertility and Family Surveys, Standard County Report series; Grounds and Fixtures Officer, Junior League

Management Committee, Soccer Canberra; president,

Woden Valley (Junior) Soccer Club.

Dr Phyll DANCE, member, Steering Committee for research on Safe disposal of injecting equipment, Australian IV League; member, Steering Committee for research on Evaluation and proposed best practice for

Therapeutic Communities, The Australian Therapeutic

Communities Association; secretary, Canberra Injectors

Network.

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Dr Phyll DANCE, Roslyn BROWN, ACT Legislative

Steering Committee.

Dr Phyll DANCE, Roslyn BROWN, and Dr Gabriele

BAMMER, Department of Health and Aged Care ACT

Branch on residential care needs for older Indigenous people.

Dr Keith DEAR, associate editor, Journal of Statistical

Computation and Simulation; Australasian Regional Edi-

tor, Journal of Biopharmaceutical Statistics; referee,

Medical Journal of Australia, Statistics in Medicine and

Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology; consultant, National Health Sciences Centre, statistical analysis of the ‘Vaccine Intervention Trial in Early IDDM’; referee, National Health and Medical Research Council

Project Grants.

Prof John DEEBLE, consultant, The Financing of Public Health Laboratory activities of public health importance; National Public Health Partnership.

Jane DIXON, member, ACT branch Public Health Association of Australia; executive board member,

International Society for Equity in Health; referee,

NSW Health Promotion Demonstration Research

Grant Scheme.

Prof Bob DOUGLAS, convener, Annual Conference of the Australasian Epidemiological Association (AEA); co-opted member, AEA Council; member, Network of

Academic Australian Public Health Institutions, Director’s Network; coordinating editor, Cochrane

Collaborative Review Group on Acute Respiratory Infec-

tions; referee, Medical Journal of Australia and Australian

and New Zealand Journal of Public Health; referee, National Health and Medical Research Council Project

Grants; Sax Orator for the Public Health Association of

Australia (ACT Branch).

Dr Rennie D’SOUZA, secretariat, National Certification Committee for Poliomyelitis Eradication; secretariat, National Polio Expert Committee; member,

Oral Polio Vaccine/Injectable Polio Vaccine Working

Party.

Richard ECKERSLEY, member, OzQol, Australian

Quality of Life Studies; member advisory board, Expert

Steering Committee, National Drug Strategy Prevention Agenda, Commonwealth Department of Health and Aged Care; member advisory board, External Reference Group, Measuring Australia’s Progress,

Australian Bureau of Statistics; member advisory board,

Reference Panel, Human Settlements chapter, State of the Environment, Australia 2001, Environment Australia; member advisory board, Reach Out! On-Line

Youth Suicide Prevention Service; member, Research

Advisory Group, Kids Help Line; consultant, Health

Inequalities Research Collaboration, Commonwealth

Department of Health and Aged Care; referee, Queensland University of Technology 2000 grants in support of creative works in the arts and design; 2001 ATN small grants application; submission to inquiry into the

education of boys by the House of Representatives

Standing Committee on Employment, Education and

Workplace Relations; presentation to Inter-Governmental Committee on Drugs, Hobart; invited speaker to students: Canberra College; Hawker College, Canberra; Canberra Grammar School.

Dr Charles GUEST, convener, Public Health Association Conference, Canberra, 2000; president, Public

Health Association of Australia, ACT Branch; member of council, Faculty of Public Health Medicine, Royal

Australasian College of Physicians; member, Specialist

Medical Review Council; member, Health Advisory

Committee, National Health and Medical Research

Council; member, Environmental Council Information

Task Group; member, National Health and Medical

Research Working Party — Review of water and flouride intake from discretionary flouride supplements; member, National Health and Medical Research Working Party — Safety of additives to tobacco products; invited editor, Climate Change and Microbial Systems, special issue of Microbiology Australia 2000:21(2); referee, American Journal of Epidemiology, Australian Health

Trends, Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public

Health, Australian and New Zealand Journal of Medicine, Ecosystem Health, Journal of Epidemiology and

Community Health, Medical Journal of Australia, Micro-

biology Australia, Public Health Reports (United States

Public Health Service) and Social Science and Medicine; referee, Anti-Cancer Foundation, South Australia;

Apex/Diabetes Australia Research and Education projects; Arbovirus Research Program, Queensland

Health; National Health and Medical Research Council; National Occupational Health and Safety

Commission; Ophthalmological Research Institute of

Australia; Victorian Health Promotion Foundation;

Western Australia Health Promotion Foundation;

Queensland Cancer Fund; referee of chemical assessment reports, Industrial Chemicals Notification and

Assessment Scheme; submission, Treaties Committee

Inquiry into the Kyoto Protocol, Joint Standing Committee on Treaties, Parliament House, Canberra; invited testimony, Australian Senate Inquiry into Australia’s Response to Global Warming, < http:// www.aph.gov.au/Hansard/senate/commtee/comsen.htm

>.

Dr Lei LI, referee, Statistical Methodology and Statistical Computer Software in Transportation Research.

Dr Lynette LIM, Adjunct Associate Prof, Faculty of

Medicine and Health Sciences, University of Newcastle

(1999-Present); referee, Medical Journal of Australia and

Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health;

referee, National Health and Medical Research Council

Project Grants.

David McDONALD, ACT State Convener, Injury

Prevention Special Interest Group, Public Health Association of Australia; board member, Alcohol and Other

Drugs Council of Australia; chairperson, National Research Reference Group, Alcohol and Other Drugs

Cooperation with Government and other public institutions

Council of Australia; executive committee member,

Australian Evaluation Society, ACT Region; member,

Advisory Committee of the Resource Centre of the Alcohol and Other Drugs Council of Australia; member,

National Drug Research Strategy Committee, reporting to the Intergovernmental Committee on Drugs; research representative, ACT Association of Alcohol and

Other Drugs Agencies; member, editorial board, Cur-

rent Issues in Criminal Justice; referee, Current Issues in

Criminal Justice, Trend & Issues in Crime and Criminal

Justice and Drug and Alcohol Review; consultant, United

Nations International Drug Control Program, Regional

Office for South Asia, Leader of the Terminal Evaluation Mission of the UNDCP Program in Bangladesh,

Dhaka; ACT Department of Health and Community

Care; referee, DETYA/ARC Strategic Partnerships with

Industry — Research & Training Scheme; National

Health and Medical Research Council Project Grants; adviser to government: Drugs and Crime Prevention

Committee, Parliament of Victoria; House of Representative’s Standing Committee on Community and

Family Affairs: Substance Abuse in Australian Communities; NSW Police Service Information and

Intelligence Centre; Commonwealth Department of

Health and Aged Care re monitoring and evaluation strategy for the National Drug Strategy; to industry:

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Clearinghouse, Edith Cowan University; KPMG Consulting

Pty Ltd.; to numerous journalists researching stories; invited lecturer: Michigan State University Study Abroad program; Australian Federal Police New Agents.

Dr Clare McGUINESS, member of Faculty of ACT

Branch of Royal Australian College of General Practice; member, National Research Council of the Royal Australian College of General Practice; advanced trainee,

Australasian Faculty of Public Health Medicine; Member, Consumers Health Forum; member, Health Issues

Centre; member, ACTCOSS; member, ACT Branch of

Diabetes Australia.

Dr Mahomed PATEL, member, Measles Elimination

Advisory Committee, National Centre for Disease

Control; technical adviser, National Guidelines for the

Prevention and Control of Outbreaks of Measles; member, advisory committee, Communicable Diseases

Network of Australia and New Zealand; chair, Global

Network of Training Programs in Epidemiology and

Public Health Interventions (TEPHINET) up to April

2000; referee, Medical Journal of Australia, Bulletin of

the World Health Organisation, Epidemiology and Infec-

tion and Communicable Diseases Intelligence; invited lecturer, The Meningococcal Foundation of Australia

Incidence, Sydney.

Dr Geetha RANMUTHUGALA, invited lecturer, Australian Water Association, Health Interest Group, NSW.

Dr Beverley SIBTHORPE, member, Steering Committee for the evaluation of the Enhanced Primary Care

Items and Implementation Strategy, General Practice

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The Australian National University Annual Report 2000

Branch, Department of Health and Aged Care; member, Steering Committee for the evaluation of State

Based Organisations for Divisions of General Practice

Branch, Department of Health and Aged Care; trial evaluation for joint venture, ACT Department of

Health and Community Services and ACT Division of

General Practice funded by the Department of Health and Aged Care; external reviews of the evaluation of the

Divisions and Hospitals Integration Program (DHIP) for the Department of Health and Aged Care; referee,

National Health and Medical Research Council Project

Grants; National Heart Foundation of Australia; Office of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health, Department of Health and Aged Care; Office of

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health, Department of Health and Aged Care; invited presenter: public meeting of trial stakeholders, Hyatt Hotel; ACT

Department of Health and Community Care; Health and Policy Resource Committee, Australian Council of

Social Services, Canberra.

Dr Len SMITH, national councillor, Australian Population Association; board member, Health Informatics

Society of Australia; public officer, Australasian Epidemiological Association; associate editor, Journal of

Population Research, referee, Medical Journal of Austral-

ia, Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health

and Population and Development Review; referee, National Health and Medical Research Council Project

Grants; referee, Australian Institute of Health and

Welfare.

Dr Wayne SMITH, steering committee for the National Partnership for Childhood Development and Wellbeing.

Dr Andrea WHITTAKER, general councillor, Asian

Studies Association of Australia, 1998-2000; member, editorial board, Women in Asia Series, Women’s Caucus of the Asian Studies Association of Australia; referee,

National Health and Medical Research Council Project

Grants; Murdoch Institute; invited lecturer, Centre for

Southeast Asian Studies, University of Washington,

Seattle.

Eileen WILSON, member, ACT branch Public Health

Association of Australia; precis panel, Breastfeeding

Review.

Rosalie WOODRUFF, member, Australasian Epidemiological Association; secretary, ACT branch Public

Health Association of Australia.

School of Mathematical Sciences

Centre for Mathematics and its Applications

R J BAXTER, Member, editorial boards: Journal of Ge-

ometric and Functional Analysis, Journal of Statistical

Physics, Physica A, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal

Society, Series A, Annals of Combinatorics, Theoretical

Physics and Related Mathematics (International Press);

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Senior Fellow: Asia-Pacific Center for Theoretical Physics, Seoul, Korea.

H S BOOTH, Assistant editor, ANZIAM Journal; Reviewer, American Mathematical Society, (Mathematical

Reviews).

D J DALEY, Adviser/Consultant to ACT Board of Secondary Studies; Trustee and Assoc editor, Applied

Probability Trust and Journals.

J M GANI, Editor, The Mathematical Scientist; Managing Editor, Applied Probability Journals; member, editorial board, Utilitas Mathematica, Stochastic Analysis

and its Applications, IMA Journal of Mathematics Applied

in Medicine and Biology; Co-editor (with G R Haynatzki, V R Haynatzki and S T Rachev), Math. Comput.

Modelling “Stochastic Models in Mathematical Biology”, Special Volume 32, 1–2, 2000; member,

Australian-French Association of Professional and

Technical Specialists; Australian Academy of Science

Committee on Asian Exchange Fellowships; organiser

(with C E Praeger, I H Sloan, B Davies and A V Isaev),

World Mathematical Year 2000 Conference, ANU,

24–25 November, 2000.

P G HALL, Member, editorial boards, Annals of Statis-

tics, Australian and New Zealand Journal of Statistics,

Econometric Theory, Journal of Statistical Planning and

Inference, Korean Journal of Statistics, Probability Theory and Related Fields, Statistica Sinica.

C C HEYDE, Board member, Australian Mathematics

Trust; member, Membership Committee, International

Statistical Institute; Bernoulli Society Publications

Committee; Publications Committee, International

Statistical Institute; Executive Committee, Graduate

School of Arts and Sciences, Columbia University; Director, Center for Applied Probability, Columbia

University; trustee, Applied Probability Trust; Editorin-Chief, Journal of Applied Probability, Advances in Ap-

plied Probability; (joint) Editor, Australian

Mathematical Society Lecture Series; Springer Series in

Probability and its Applications; Assoc editor, The Math-

ematical Scientist; Advisory Editor, Journal of Applied

Mathematics and Stochastic Analysis; Reviewer for the

National Science Foundation, National Research

Council of Canada, Australian Research Council.

A V ISAEV, Assoc editor, Journal of Mathematical Anal-

ysis and Applications.

L G KOVÁCS, Member, editorial boards, Journal of

Group Theory and Periodica Mathematica Hungarica.

S LIU, Reviewer, Mathematical Reviews; Contributing

Editor, Current Index to Statistics.

A G R M c

INTOSH, Member, editorial board, Bulletin

of the Australian Mathematical Society; Scientific Advisory Committee, International Conference on Clifford

Analysis, Prague.

B H NEUMANN, Honorary editor, Bulletin of the Aus-

tralian Mathematical Society; The Australasian Journal of

Combinatorics, Algebra Colloquium (Beijing); Editor and member of editorial board, Houston Journal of

Mathematics; editorial consultant, Southeast Asian Bulletin of Mathematics: Mathematical Spectrum.

M F NEWMAN, Editorial adviser, Journal of Symbolic

Computation; member, editorial board, International

Journal of Algebra and Computation; Australian Mathematical Olympiad Committee; problems committee,

Mathematics Challenge for Young Australians.

D W ROBINSON, Member, Research Training and

Careers Committee, Australian Research Council;

Steering Committee, Australian Mathematical Society;

Vice-President, Australian Mathematical Society (from

July); Chair, Australian Academy of Science’s National

Committee for Mathematics.

N S TRUDINGER, Principal organiser, Isaac Newton

Institute, Programme on Nonlinear Partial Differential

Equations, 2001. Member, editorial boards, The Pro-

ceedings of the Royal Society of Edinburgh, Series A;

Journal of Potential Analysis; Bulletin of Australian Mathematical Society; Advances in Mathematical Sciences and

Applications; Journal of Mathematical Analysis and Applications; Calculus of Variations and Partial Differential

Equations; Nonlinear Analysis Forum; Taiwanese Journal of Mathematics and Nonlinear Differential Equations and

Applications.

A H WELSH, Member, editorial boards, Biometrics;

The Annals of Statistics, The Australian and New Zealand

Journal of Statistics.

S R WILSON, Vice-President, International Biometric

Society (IBS); Assoc editor, Annals of Human Genetics; member, editorial board, Statistical Methods in Medical

Research; representative, Statistical Society of Australia,

Australian Foundation for Science; member, Technology Committee, IBS; Conference Advisory Committee,

IBS; International Statistical Institute (ISI) Standing

Committee for the Promotion of Statistics in the Life

Sciences; editor, Biometrics Section, Encyclopedia of Life

Support Systems; member, Institute of Mathematical

Statistics (IMS) Committee on Memorials; editorial committee for the 6th edition of the ISI’s Dictionary of

Statistical Terms; assessor, Medical and Scientific Research Grant Applications, Anti-Cancer Council of

Victoria; organiser, International Biometric Conference, Berkeley, California; review panel of the

Department of Mathematics and Statistics at The University of Western Australia.

Department of Mathematics

R A BRYCE, Problems Committee of the Mathematical Challenge for Young Australians; Problems

Committee, Australian Mathematics Competition;

Australian Mathematical Olympiad Committee; Advisory Committee, Australian Mathematics Trust.; ANU

Cooperation with Government and other public institutions representative on ACT Board of Senior Secondary

Studies; Chair, Assessment and Accreditation Committee of BSSS

P J COSSEY, Assoc Editor, Bulletin of the Australian

Mathematical Society; Member, Standing Committee of

Education, Australian Mathematical Society; Public

Officer, Australian Mathematical Society; Public Officer, AMPAI.

L FERRARIO, Member, Scientific Organising Committee, International Symposium “Magnetic Fields across the H-R Diagram”; Santiago, Chile, January 2001.

A A T HOWE, Treasurer, Australian Mathematical

Society.

J E HUTCHINSON, Representative, Australian

Mathematical Society, ANU.

N F SMYTHE, Apple University Development Fund

Awards Committee; Lake Tuggeranong College presentation for maths teachers on using Maple, January 27,

AUC Academic Conference, James Cook University (to be held September 2001); Chair, Programs Committee and Editor of Proceedings.

S VENNES, Referee, Astrophysical Journal, Astronomy

& Astrophysics, Publications of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific, & The Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society.

University Administration

Endowment Office

Bruno YVANOVICH, member, Advisory Committee,

Faculty of Management and Business Studies, Canberra

Institute of Technology; member, Fundraising Institute of Australia, ACT Steering Committee; attendee, Annual Conference, Fundraising Institute of Australia in

Melbourne.

Fenner Hall

Fenner Hall continued to contribute to the education of children enrolled in the Turner Primary School. The

Turner Primary School is an integrated environment that facilitates and mainstreams children with physical disabilities. Fenner residents undertook roles as teacher aides in various areas.

Fenner Hall’s foster child, Navina Budhthokia and her village continued to benefit from the efforts and support of the residents. Recent communications indicate that this support has now enabled her siblings to also access education and health support.

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Information Technology Services

Management Information Services

The ANU continues to play a large part in setting up the

Australia New Zealand Higher Education PeopleSoft

Special Interest Group and hosts its Web Pages.

The Head of the Desktop Support Group and ESP Infrastructure Team assisted with curriculum and training related issues for the User Support Certificate/s offered at CIT and elsewhere for the Australian National Training Authority (ANTA).

MIS staff attended the following conferences during the year: EDUCAUSE 2000; TechED 2000; Government eCommerce Competency Standards (ICA99).

IT Information Unit

The Manager, IT Information Unit attended an Information Literacy Workshop organised by the Council of

Australian University Librarians (CAUL) in Adelaide.

The IT Information Officer attended the South Pacific

User Services Conference (SPUSC) at Monash

University.

The Manager, with the Manager, Social Sciences and

Humanities, The Library, visited the Universities of

Queensland and Griffith, the Queensland University of

Technology and the Queensland Department of Education in preparation for the establishment of an

Information Literacy Program at ANU.

University House

Established links with the University of the Third Age,

Independent Scholars Association of Australia, and the

Canberra Association of International Students; hosted the Australian Federation of University Women; major sponsor, Canberra Symphony Orchestra; supporter, annual Chamber Music Festival organised by Pro Musica; joined the ACT Government's Adopt-a-Road program; responsible for Marcus Clarke Street.

Dr de CRESPIGNY, President, Chinese Studies Association of Australia; involved with the proposed

National Europe Centre and the Australian National

Centre for Latin American Studies; continued work on

The Biographical Dictionary of Later Han China for the international sinological press E J Brill of Leiden; editor, Festschrift for Emeritus Professor Liu Ts’un-yan; gave seminars and held discussions with colleagues at

Harvard, Columbia, Colegio de Mexico, Mexican Department of Foreign Affairs and senior university administrators.

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Joint Research Projects undertaken with universities, CSIRO and other institutions

Joint Research Projects undertaken with universities, CSIRO and other institutions

Institute of Advanced Studies

Research School of Astronomy and

Astrophysics

The Physical Conditions in the Extended Emission-

Line Regions of Nearby Seyfert Galaxies by M ALLEN,

Prof MA DOPITA and Dr GV BICKNELL with Z

Tsetanov, Johns Hopkins University.

MACHO Project by T AXELROD, K FREEMAN, B

PETERSON, A DRAKE with R Allsman, ANUSF; C

Alcock, K Cook, M Geha, S Marshall, D Minniti, P

Popowski, C Nelson, A Tomaney, Lawrence Livermore

National Lab; P Quinn, ESO; C Stubbs, A Becker, University of Washington; W Sutherland, Oxford; D

Welch, McMaster; D Alves, STScI; D Bennett, Notre

Dame; K Griest, T Vandehei, UCSD; M Lehner,

Sheffield.

TAOS Project by T AXELROD with C Alcock, K

Cook, S Marshall, Lawrence Livermore National Lab; T

Lee, C-Y Wen, SK King, Academia Sinica, Taiwan; WP

Chen, C Lemme, A Wang, National Central University, Taiwan; I de Pater, UC Berkeley; J Lissauer, NASA

Ames.

Southern Trans-Neptunian Object Survey by T AXEL-

ROD, B SCHMIDT, C JACKSON, R MOODY with

C Alcock, K Cook, S Marshall, Lawrence Livermore

National Lab; I de Pater, UC Berkeley; J Lissauer,

NASA Ames.

REACT by T AXELROD, J MOULD, B SCHMIDT,

P PRICE with S Kulkarni, F Harrison, A Diercks, T

Galama, CalTech.

Echelle Spectroscopy of Solar-type Stars by MS BES-

SELL with J O'Mara, University of Queensland.

Model Atmospheres of Metal-deficient Stars by MS

BESSELL with Fiorella Castelli, Trieste Observatory.

Follow-up Spectroscopy of Hamburg-ESO Objective

Prism by MS BESSELL and JE Norris with Norbert

Christlieb, Hamburg University.

SUBARU Observations of Extreme Metal Deficient

Stars by MS BESSELL, JE Norris with Hiroyasa Ando.

Search for Nearby Young Stars by MS BESSELL with B

Zuckerman, I Song and R Webb, UCLA.

UBVRI Photometry of Subdwarfs by MS BESSELL with R Shobbrook RSAA visitor.

Magnetised Accretion Discs, by G BICKNELL with Z

Kuncic, University of Sydney.

High Energy Emission from Blazars by G BICKNELL with S Wagner, Landessternwarte, Heidelberg.

The 2dF Galaxy Redshift Survey by Dr MM COL-

LESS, Dr BA Peterson and Dr CA Jackson with Drs K

Taylor, J Bland-Hawthorn, IR Lewis, TJ Bridges and

RD Cannon, AAO; Drs WJ Couch and R De Propris,

UNSW and UK collaborators.

The EFAR Project: The Peculiar Motions of Early-

Type Galaxies in Two Distant Regions, by Dr MM

COLLESS with Prof RL Davies, Durham; Prof D

Burstein, Arizona State; Prof G Wegner, Dartmouth;

Dr R Saglia, Munich; Dr R McMahan, UNC.

OzPoz: Design and Construction of a Fibre Positioner

Unit for the FLAMES Spectrograph on the European

Southern Observatory's Very Large Telescope by Dr

MM COLLESS with Dr K Taylor, AAO; AProf W C

Couch, UNSW.

The 6dF Galaxy Survey: a Survey of the Mass and Motions in the Local Universe using a New Fibre

Spectrograph on the AAO Schmidt Telescope, by Dr

MM COLLESS with Dr QA Parker, Dr W Saunders,

Dr FG Watson, AAO and other collaborators in Australia, USA, UK and France.

Spectral Properties of Radio-selected Broad Absorption

Line QSOs, by Dr M de KOOL with Prof R Becker,

Lawrence Livermore National Laboratories.

Analysis and Interpretation of HST-STIS Broad Absorption Line QSO spectra by Dr M de KOOL with Dr

N Arav, University of California Davis and Dr KT Korista, University of Western Michigan.

The Dwarf Spheroidal Companions to M31 by Dr G

Da COSTA with Dr T Armardroff, KPNO, Dr N

Caldwell, Whipple Obs; and Dr P Seitzer, Univ of

Michigan.

The Chemical Histories of the Fornax and Carina

Dwarf Spheroidal Galaxies by Dr G Da COSTA with

Dr T Smecker-Hane, UC Irvine; Dr J Hesser and Dr P

Stetson, DAO; and Dr D Hatzidimitriou, Univ of

Crete.

The Origin of Globular Cluster Abundance Anomalies

— Clues from the Main Sequence by Dr G Da COSTA with Prof J Norris, Dr B Gibson, Swinburne Univ; Dr

R Cannon, AAO and Dr B Croke, ANU.

Magnesium Isotope Ratios in Globular Cluster Red Giants by Dr G Da COSTA with Prof J Norris and Dr J

Lattanzio, Monash Univ.

The Origin of Globular Cluster Abundance Anomalies:

Clues from the Main Sequence by Dr GS Da COSTA and Prof JE NORRIS with Dr D Cannon, Anglo-Aus-

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Crete.

The COLA Project: Compact Objects in Low-powered

AGN by Prof M DOPITA and Lisa S Kewley with Dr

PN Appleton Iowa State U; Dr AP Marston, Caltech;

Dr R Norris ATNF & Dr A Zezas, CFA.

Calibration of Nebular Emission-Line Diagnostics, by

Prof M DOPITA with Dr S Oey, STScI; Prof JC

Shields, Ohio U; & Dr RC Smith, CTIO.

Photoionisation and Shock Modelling of the HII region

Abundance Sequence and of Luminous Infrared Galaxies, by Prof MA DOPITA, LK Kewley, Dr CA Heisler and Dr RS Sutherland, RSAA; Prof B Rocca-Volmerange and E Moy, Institut d’Astrophysique, France.

Southern Planetary Nebulae by Prof MA DOPITA and

Prof CT Hua, Laboratoire Astrophysique Spatiale,

Marseilles, France, & Prof RE Williams, STScI.

Astronomical Site Testing at Dome C in the Antarctic by Prof JR MOULD, Prof MA DOPITA, and Dr RS

SUTHERLAND with Prof J Storey, Dr M Ashley, and

Dr M Burton, University of New South Wales; Prof J

Vernin, Dr Coulman and Dr M Azouit, Université de

Nice; Prof P Maffei and Dr L Valenziano, Universa di

Perugia; and Prof R Viotti, Instituto di Astrofisica

Spaziale, Frascati.

Determination of the Emission Mechanism in LINERS and Seyferts by Prof MA DOPITA, Dr R SUTHER-

LAND and Dr GV BICKNELL with Dr AP Koratkar and Dr M Allen, Space Telescope Science Institute.

HST Observations of the O-Rich Supernova Remnant in the Magellanic Clouds by Prof MA DOPITA and Dr

R SUTHERLAND with Dr WP Blair Johns Hopkins

University, Baltimore; Dr PF Winkler, Middelebury

College; Dr R Kirshner and Dr JC Raymond, Center for Astrophysics, Harvard; Dr K Long and Dr J Morse,

Space Telescope Science Institute.

The Helical Jet/ISM Interaction in NGC 4258 by Dr

GN Cecil, Univ of N Carolina, USA with Prof MA

DOPITA, MSSSO; Dr LJ Greenhill, CFA, USA; Dr

Moran, CFA, USA and Dr CG De Pree, NRAO, USA.

A Galaxy Cluster at Redshift 2.38, by Dr PJ FRANCIS, with Dr BE Woodgate, Dr GM Williger, Dr E Malumuth, Dr N Collins, and Dr P Palunas, NASA GSFC.

The Parkes Half-Jansky Quasar Sample, by Dr PJ

FRANCIS, with Dr RL Webster, M Whiting and Dr

MJ Drinkwater, University of Melbourne.

Red Quasars from the Two Micron All Sky Survey, Dr

PJ FRANCIS with Dr RL Cutri, NASA, IPAC.

Studies of Neutral Hydrogen in Dwarf Elliptical Galaxies of the Centaurus A Group by Prof K FREEMAN and Dr H JERJEN with Dr S Beaulieu, University of

Cambridge and Prof C Carignan, University of

Montreal.

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Internal Proper Motions and Radial Velocities in the

Globular Cluster Omega Centauri, by Prof K FREE-

MAN with R Reijns, Prof T de Zeeuw and Drs R Le

Poole, University of Leiden; Dr P Seitzer, University of

Michigan; and Dr F van Leeuwen, Cambridge

University.

HST Studies of The Post-Starburst Galaxy NGC 5102 by Prof K FREEMAN with Dr S Beaulieu, Cambridge

University; Prof C Norman, Johns Hopkins University;

Prof N Scoville, Caltech; and Dr P Quinn, ESO.

Kinematics of Planetary Nebulae in Nearby Galaxies and in the Intracluster Medium of the Virgo Cluster by

Prof K FREEMAN with Dr M Arnaboldi and Prof M

Capaccioli, Osservatorio di Capodimonte, Naples; Prof

R Kudritzki and Dr R Mendez, University of

Muenchen; Prof H Ford, Johns Hopkins University;

Prof R Ciardullo and Dr J Feldmeier, Penn State University; and Dr G Jacoby, NOAO.

HST Studies of the Inner Regions of Barred Galaxies by

Prof K FREEMAN with Dr M Carollo, JHU and Prof

T de Zeeuw, Leiden.

HST Studies of Lyman-alpha Absorption of QSOs by the Outer Regions of Spiral Galaxies, by Prof K FREE-

MAN with Dr S Cote, ESO and Prof C Carignan,

Montreal.

Structure of the Galactic Bulge from the MACHO Red

Clump Stars, by R FUX and T AXELROD with P

Popowski, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory,

USA.

Evolution and Unified Schemes of Radio-loud AGN by

Dr C JACKSON with Prof JV Wall, University of

Oxford.

Local Radio Source Populations and the LRLF by Dr C

JACKSON with Dr EM Sadler & VJ McIntyre, University of Sydney and Prof RD Cannon, AAO.

The Space Density of Flat Spectrum Radio Quasars by

Dr C JACKSON with Prof JV Wall, University of Oxford, Dr PA Shaver and Dr IM Hook, European

Southern Observatory Garching.

Optically-faint, Radio-bright Radio Galaxies at High

Redshift by Dr C JACKSON with Prof R Norris and

Prof R Ekers, ATNF.

Distance and Depth of the Virgo Cluster by Dr H JER-

JEN, Prof KC FREEMAN with Dr B Binggeli,

Astronomical Institute of the University of Basel,

Switzerland.

Empirical Calibration of the SBF Method for dEs by Dr

H JERJEN with M Rejkuba, European Southern Observatory, Germany.

SBF and Spectroscopic Survey of Dwarf Elliptical Galaxies in the Supergalactic Plane by Dr H JERJEN with

Prof M Valtonen, M Hanski, R Rekola, Dr L Takalo,

Tuorla Observatory, Finland.

Joint Research Projects undertaken with universities, CSIRO and other institutions

The All-Sky 21cm Survey at the Parkes Radio Telescope by Dr H JERJEN, Prof KC FREEMAN and Prof JR

MOULD with Prof R Webster, University of Melbourne and Dr G Banks University of Wales; Dr D G

Barnes, ATNF; Prof R Bhathal, UWS; Prof M J Disney,

University of Wales; Prof R D Ekers, ATNF; Dr B Gibson, University of Colorado; Dr P Henning, New

Mexico; V Kilborn, University of Melbourne; Dr B Koribalski, ATNF; Dr P Knezek, STScI; Dr D Malin,

AAO; Dr T Osterloo, ATNF; Dr R M Price, ATNF; Dr

SD Ryder, AAO; Prof E M Sadler, University of Sydney; Dr L Staveley-Smith, ATNF; Dr AE Wright,

ATNF.

Dynamics of the Shearing Sheet, by Dr AJ KALNAJS with Prof A Toomre, MIT.

Probing the Galactic Potential, Dr AJ KALNAJS with

Dr L Staveley-Smith, ATNF.

Theoretical Starburst Modelling by L KEWLEY, Prof

M DOPITA and Dr R SUTHERLAND, with Dr C

Leitherer, Space Telescope Science Institute.

Compact Objects in Low Power AGN COLA project by L KEWLEY and Prof M DOPITA with Dr P Appleton, Iowa State Univ; Dr E Corbett, ATNF; Dr T

Marston, Caltech; Prof R Norris, ATNF; Prof C

Struck, Iowa State Univ; Dr A Zezas, CfA.

X-Ray Luminous Starburst Galaxies by L KEWLEY with Dr A Zezas, CfA; Prof M Ward, U Leceister.

Interference Excision for Radio Arrays by L KEWLEY with Prof R Ekers, ATNF; Dr B Sault, ATNF.

Compact Radio Sources: Obscured AGN or Compact

Radio Supernovae? by L KEWLEY with Prof M DOP-

ITA, Dr R SUTHERLAND, Prof R Norris, ATNF.

The Joint Australian Centre for Astrophysical Research in the Antarctic by Prof JR MOULD, Prof MA DOPI-

TA, Dr P McGREGOR, Dr R SUTHERLAND and

Dr P WOOD with Prof J Storey, Dr M Ashley, and Dr

M Burton, University of New South Wales.

The Extragalactic Distance Scale by Prof J MOULD and Dr K SEBO with JP Huchra Harvard Smithsonian,

CfA; L Ferrarese, UCLA; HC Ford, Johns Hopkins

University; WL Freedman. Observatories of the Carnegie Institution of Washington; J Graham & D Kelson.

Carnegie Institution of Washington; B Gibson, Swinburne University; JG Hoessel, University of Wisconsin;

GD Illingworth, UCSC; RC Kennicutt Jr, University of Arizona; BF Madore, Nancy Silbermann, IPAC,

Caltech; A Saha, NOAO; & PB Stetson, DAO.

The Multiband Photometric Imager for SIRTF by Prof

J MOULD with E Arens, UC Berkeley; C Beichman,

Caltech; T Gautier, JPL; E Haller, LBL; C Lada, Harvard Smithsonian; G Rieke & F Low, U Arizona; G

Neugebauer, Caltech; P Richards, UC Berkeley; M

Rieke & P Strittmatter, U Arizona; and M Werner, JPL.

NICMOS Observations of Extragalactic Cepheids by

Prof J MOULD with L Macri, Harvard University; D

Calzetti, Space Telescope Science Institute; W Freedman, Carnegie Observatories; B Gibson, Swinburne

University; J Graham, Carnegie Institution of Washington; J Huchra, Harvard Smithsonian Center for

Astrophysics; S Hughes, B Madore, IPAC Caltech; E

Persson, Carnegie Observatories; and P Stetson, Herzberg Institute for Astrophysics.

Identification of the Galaxy's Missing Mass, by Prof J

MOULD, Prof K FREEMAN, Dr G Da COSTA and

Dr T AXELROD with K Cook & C Alcock, Lawrence

Livermore National Lab.

The Most Metal Deficient Stars by Prof JE NORRIS with Prof TC Beers, Michigan State University; and Dr

SG Ryan, Open University, United Kingdom.

Lithium Abundances of Halo Stars by Prof JE NORRIS with Prof TC Beers, Michigan State University; Dr SG

Ryan, Open University.

Carbon-Rich Metal-Poor Stars by Prof JE NORRIS and Prof MS BESSELL, with Dr H Ando, National Astronomical Observatory, Japan; Dr W Aoki, National

Astronomical Observatory, Japan; Prof TC Beers,

Michigan State University; and Dr SG Ryan, Open

University.

The Origin of Globular Cluster Abundance Anomalies:

Magnesium Isotope Ratios in Omega Centauri and other clusters by Prof J E NORRIS and Dr GS Da

COSTA, with Dr J Lattanzio, Monash University and I

Ivans, University of Texas at Austin.

In Situ Studies of the Old Populations of the Galaxy by

Prof JE NORRIS and Prof KC FREEMAN with Prof

G Gilmore, Cambridge University; and Prof RFG

Wyse, Johns Hopkins University.

Studies of Structure in the Galactic Halo by Prof JE

NORRIS and Prof KC FREEMAN, with Dr HL Morrison, Case Western Reserve University; Prof M Mateo,

University of Michigan; Dr E Olszewski and P Harding, University of Arizona.

Blue Horizontal Branch Stars and the Mass of the Galaxy by Prof JE NORRIS with Dr P Hewett, University of Cambridge and Dr S J Warren, Imperial College

London.

Wide-Field HI Synthesis Mosaic of the Spiral Galaxy

M83, by O-K PARK and Prof K FREEMAN with Dr

B Koribalski, ATNF and Dr D Malin, AAO.

Studies of Ionized Gas in High Velocity Clouds, by M

PUTMAN and Prof K FREEMAN with Dr B Gibson,

University of Colorada and Dr J Bland-Hawthorn,

AAO.

The High-Z SN Search by B P SCHMIDT with N

Suntzeff, C Smith, R Schommer, CTIO; A Clocchiatti,

U Catolica; R Kirshner, P Challis, P Garnavich, Harvard; B Leibundgut, J Spyromilio, P Woudt, ESO; M

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Phillips, Carnegie; M Hamuy, Arizona; C Stubbs, C

Hogan, D Reiss, A Diercks, UW; A Filippenko, A

Riess, Berkeley, J Tonry, Hawaii; R Gilliland, STScI.

Supernova Intensive Study with HST by B P

SCHMIDT with R Kirshner, Harvard; D Branch,

Oklahoma; R Chevalier, Virginia; A Filippenko, Berkeley; C Fransson, Stockholm; B Leibundgut, ESO; N

Panagia, STScI; M Phillips and N Suntzeff, CTIO; C

Wheeler, Texas.

The Trans Neptunian Search by B P SCHMIDT and T

AXELROD, with C Alcock, U Penn; K Cook, LLNL.

The REACT Gamma Ray Burst Study by B P

SCHMIDT, T AXELROD and P PRICE, with S

Kulkarni and F Harrison, CalTech; and D Frail,

NRAO.

Global Properties of Inner-ring Galaxies by Dr M SEV-

ENSTER and Prof K FREEMAN with Dr B

Koribalski, ATNF, CSIRO; Dr A Lancon, Obs de

Strasbourg; Dr P van der Werf, Sterrewacht Leiden.

Unusual OH-maser Point Sources by Dr M SEVEN-

STER with Dr J Chapman, ATNF, CSIRO.

Dynamical Behaviour of Infrared Carbon Stars by Dr

M SEVENSTER with Dr M Groenewegen, MPA,

Garching; Prof A Omont and E Josselin, IAP, France;

Prof H Habing, Sterrewacht Leiden.

Stellar Evolution and Nucleosynthesis on the AGB by

Dr PR WOOD with Dr J Lattanzio, Monash

University.

Theoretical Models of Mira Variables by Dr PR

WOOD with Prof M Scholz, University of Heidelberg and Dr T Bedding, University of Sydney.

Observational Studies and Theoretical Models of Mira

Variables by Dr PR WOOD with H Richter, Technical

University of Berlin.

Optical/Near-IR Spectra of AGB stars by Dr PR

WOOD with Dr A Lançon, University of Strasbourg.

Infrared and SiO Observations of Stars Near the Galactic Center by Dr PR WOOD with Dr S Deguchi,

Nobeyama Radio Observatory.

Infrared Observations of ISO Sources in the Magellanic

Clouds by Dr PR WOOD with Dr T Tanabe and Dr Y

Nakada, University of Tokyo.

Infrared Observations of Cepheids in M33 by Dr PR

WOOD with Dr D Bersier, Harvard.

Velocity Monitoring of LMC Red Giants by Dr PR

WOOD and Dr T Axelrod with Dr D Welch, McMaster University.

Studies of MSX Sources in the Magellanic Clouds by

Dr PR WOOD with Dr M Cohen, Berkeley.

Studies of the Variability of AGB Stars in the Magellanic Clouds and Near the Galactic Centre by Dr PR

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WOOD with Prof H Habing and M Cioni, Leiden and

Dr A Omont, IAP Paris.

Research School of Biological Sciences

Developmental Neurobiology and

Endocrinology

Study of mammalian embryo implantation by

HEARN, JP with Prof R Seamark, CRC for Pest Animal Control.

Biochemical embryology of the tammar wallaby by

HEARN, JP with Dr L Hinds, CSIRO.

Development of the trigeminal sensory pathway and modulation of spinal reflexes after spinal cord injury and regeneration by HO, SM with A/Prof P Waite,

Neural Injury Research Unit, University of NSW.

Transplantation of nasal olfactory tissue in paraplegic rats by HO, SM with Prof A Mackay-Sim, Center for

Molecular Neurobiology, School of Biomolecular and

Biomedical Science, Griffith University.

Computer modelling of motion vision by IBBOTSON,

MR with Dr CWG Clifford, Psychology Department,

Macquarie University.

Research in the fields of psychophysics and visual physiology by IBBOTSON, MR with Dr CWG Clifford,

Macquarie University.

Eye control mechanisms in human and non-human primates by IBBOTSON, MR with Dr Mustari, Emory

University, Atlanta, USA.

The function of corticocortical feedback in the primate visual system by JAMES, AC with Drs J Bullier, P Girard, J-M Hupé, INSERM Unit 371, Lyon, France and

Drs BR Payne and SG Lomber, Boston University

School of Medicine, USA.

Anatomy of the hypothalamus of the developing and adult wallaby by MAROTTE, LR with G Cheng, A/

Prof KWS Ashwell, University of NSW.

Development of thalamocortical synapses in the somatosensory cortex of the wallaby by MAROTTE, LR with Dr DL Flett, A/Prof PME Waite, University of

NSW and Dr CA Leamey, University of Sydney.

Chemical atlas of the wallaby brain by MAROTTE, LR with A/Prof KWS Ashwell, Prof G Paxinos, University of NSW.

Expression of developmental markers in the brain of the wallaby pouch young by MAROTTE, LR with A/Prof

KWS Ashwell, University of NSW.

Expression of developmental markers in the brain of the wallaby pouch young by MAROTTE, LR with Dr J

Mai, University of Dusseldorf, Germany.

Comparative astroglial architecture by MAROTTE, LR with Prof J Colombo, Programa Unidad de Neurobiol-

ogie Aplicada (PRUNA) (Conicet) Beunos Aries,

Argentina.

Long-term changes in gene frequency between the original population and surviving populations of greater gliders in isolated patches of eucalypt forest near Tumut, NSW by TYNDALE-BISCOE, H with Dr A

Taylor, Department of Biological Sciences, Monash

University.

Eph Antibodies by VIDOVIC, M with Prof U

Drescher, Department of Physical Biology, Max-Planck

Institute for Developmental Biology, Tubingen,

Germany.

The Marsupial CRC. Fertility control of eastern grey kangaroos by VIGGERS, K with Dr A Kitchener.

The Marsupial CRC. Issues associated with impacts of eastern grey kangaroos in the ACT by VIGGERS, K with Dr P Bayliss,

Methods for estimating population abundance of eastern grey kangaroos by VIGGERS, K with D Fletcher,

Environment ACT, Wildlife Research and Monitoring

Unit and The Marsupial CRC.

Assessment of parasitism in greater gliders using PCR of faecal material by VIGGERS, K with Prof A Thompson, Division of Veterinary and Biomedical Sciences,

Murdoch University.

Population genetics of the greater glider in a fragmented landscape by VIGGERS, K with Dr A Taylor, Department of Biological Sciences, Monash University and Dr

D Lindenmayer, Centre for Resource and Environmental Studies, ANU.

Environmental Biology

Radiocarbon dating of archaeological sites in Australia by BIRD, M with Dr D Bruno, Monash University, Dr

J Balme, University of WA, Dr R Bert, La Trobe University and Dr J Field, University of Sydney.

Carbon-isotope records of environmental change recorded in wool by BIRD, M with Dr B Witt, University of Queensland, Gatton, QLD.

Studies of the fractionation of carbon-isotopes by microorganisms during soil carbon degradation by BIRD,

M with Dr Santruckova, University of Southern Bohemia, Czech Republic.

A study of soil carbon in the Siberian boreal forests and

Botswana by BIRD, M and Styles J with Prof J Lloyd,

Max Planck Institute for Biogeochemistry.

A study of carbon inventories in Botswanan soils by

BIRD, M with Dr E Veenendaal, Okavango Research

Centre, Botswana.

Radiocarbon dating of Australian Archaeological sites by BIRD, M with Dr CSM Turney, Royal Holloway,

University of London and Dr L Ayliffe, CNRS-CEA,

Gif Sur Yvette, France.

Joint Research Projects undertaken with universities, CSIRO and other institutions

Radiocarbon dating study of the Border Cave archaeological site by BIRD, M with Dr P Bowman, South

Africa Museum.

Photosynthetic acclimation of plants to growth irradiance: the relative importance of SLA and nitrogen partitioning in maximising carbon gain by EVANS, JR with Dr H Poorter, Utrecht University, The

Netherlands.

Investigating CO

2

diffusion inside leaves by EVANS,

JR with Dr B Genty, University of Paris-Sud, France.

Leaf physiology by FARQUHAR, GD and MILLER,

JM with Dr RJ Williams, CRC for Tropical Savannas.

Studies of isotope dynamics in lupins and eucalypts by

FARQUHAR, GD and CERNUSAK, L with Prof JS

Pate, University of Western Australia.

Carbon isotope discrimination in tree rings by FAR-

QUHAR, GD with Dr WG Allaway and D Pepper,

University of Sydney.

Enhancing the effectiveness of using carbon and oxygen isotope discrimination measures to select elite pine clones with improved water-use efficiency by FARQU-

HAR, GD with Dr ZH Xu, Dr M Dieters and Dr NV

Prasolova, Queensland Forest Research Institute and

Prof P Saffigna, Griffith University.

Stomatal models by FARQUHAR, GD with Dr T

Buckley, Prof K Mott, Utah State University, USA.

Investigations into the ecophysiology of three sympatric eucalypts by FARQUHAR, GD and KRIEDEMANN

P with Dr J Anderson, Idaho State University, USA and

Dr Mike Austin, CSIRO.

Carbon and oxygen isotopes discrimination tropical mangrove communities by FARQUHAR, GD and

WONG, SC with Prof JE Ong, and Dr WK Gong,

Centre for Marine and Coastal Studies, University Sains

Malaysia.

Isotope discrimination and wheat performance by FAR-

QUHAR, GD, WONG, SC and GAN, K with Dr R

Richards, Dr A Condon, Dr G Rebetzke and Dr A Walcroft, University of Waikato, New Zealand.

Isotope discrimination in tree rings by FARQUHAR,

GD and BARBOUR, MM with Dr A Walcroft, Landcare Research, New Zealand.

Oxygen isotope fractionation by FARQUHAR, GD with Dr J Lloyd, Max-Planck-Institut für Biogeochemie, Jena, Germany.

The molecular physiology of ammonium transport in rice by MASLE, J with Dr Upadhyaya, Dr P Ryan,

CSIRO and Dr M Udvardi, Max Plank Institute for

Molecular Plant Physiology, Germany.

The functional genomics of root mechanical impedance and drought stress by MASLE, J and MALESZKA R with INRA and CNRS (Versailles-Le Moulon).

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Assessment of the tin gene for yield improvement in wheat by MASLE, J with Dr R Richards and Dr A van

Herwaarden, CSIRO.

Eurosiberian Carbonflux project in Siberia by STYLES,

JM and FARQUHAR, GD with Dr J Lloyd and Dr D

Schulze, Max Planck Institute for Biogeochemistry, Jena, Germany; Dr R Leuning and Dr M Raupach,

CSIRO; Dr F Kelliher and Dr J Byers, Manaaki Whenua Landcare Research, New Zealand; Dr N Tchebakova and Dr O Chibistova, V.N. Sukachev Institute of Forests, Siberian Branch, Russian Academy of Sciences,

Krasnoyarsk.

Effects of elevated CO

2

on the growth and water-use eficiency of Acacia auriculiformis by WONG, SC and

FARQUHAR, GD with Dr KC Woo, Northern Territory University.

Rootstock influence on the relationship between vine performance and grape quality (ARC-SPIRT funded project) by WONG, SC and YONG, JWH with J

Smith and Prof G Scollary, Charles Sturt University,

Wagga Wagga, NSW and Dr B Holzapfel, NSW

Agriculture.

On the physiology of orchids by WONG, SC with Prof

CS Hew, School of Biological Sciences, National University of Singapore.

On ecophysiology of tropical rainforests by WONG,

SC and FARQUHAR, GD with Dr IM Turner, Singapore Botanic Gardens.

Isolation and analysis of cytokinin mutants of Arabidopsis thaliana by transposon tagging approach by

YONG, JWH; MASLE, J and LETHAM, DS with Dr

T Tantikanjana and Prof V Sundaresan, Institute of

Molecular Agribiology, National University of Singapore, Singapore.

Ecosystem Dynamics

Effects of elevated [CO

2

] on hydraulic architecture of eucalypt seedlings by BALL, MC with Dr B Atwell,

Macquarie University.

Strategies of water use in dry rainforest tree species: linking hydraulic architecture and function by BALL,

MC with B Choat and Dr JAM Holtum, James Cook

University.

Biomechanics of freezing damage in eucalypt seedlings by BALL, MC with Dr J Wolfe, University of NSW.

Seasonal variation in acclimation of respiration to temperature in snow gum seedlings by BALL, MC with Dr

OK Atkin, York University.

Biomechanics of freezing damage in eucalypt seedlings by BALL, MC and CANNY, MJ with Dr AB Nicotra,

ANU, Dr J Wolfe, University of NSW and D Hughes,

CSIRO Land and Water Research.

Land use change in the Miombo of Southern Africa by

DAVIES, I with Dr P Desanker, University of Virginia,

USA.

Global change impacts on landscape fires working group by LAVOREL, S with Dr M Flannigan, Dr R

Gardner, Dr G Cary, National Center for Ecological

Analysis and Synthesis, Santa Barbara, USA.

Long-term population dynamics of rainforests by NO-

BLE, IR and DAVIES, I with Prof JH Connell,

University of Santa Barbara, USA.

Mechanisms maintaining diversity of trees in tropical and subtropical rain forest by NOBLE, IR and GE-

HRING, CA with Prof JH Connell, University of Santa

Barbara, USA.

Modelling the dynamics of landscapes by NOBLE, IR and DAVIES, I with Dr S Lavorel, Centre d’Ecologie

Fonctionelle et Evolutive, CNRS, France, Dr J

Gignoux, Ecol Normale Superiore, CNRS, France and

Dr RH Gardner, University of Maryland, USA.

Exchange visits of senior staff and students on vegetation and landscape modelling and the response of landscapes to global change by NOBLE, IR with Dr S

Lavorel and Dr J Gignoux, CNRS, Montpellier and

ENS, Paris.

The Greenhouse Alliance of CRC's with an interest in climate change and greenhouse issues initiated by NO-

BLE, IR with Cooperative Research Centres with a greenhouse interest.

Development of an open standard for greenhouse accounting in forests by NOBLE, IR with Sydney Futures

Exchange and NSW State Forests.

Rangeland monitoring using satellite imagery by ROD-

ERICK, ML with A Holm, University of WA and Dr S

Cridland, Environmental Resource Information

Network.

Estimating pasture productivity using satellite imagery by RODERICK, ML and HUME, I with Dr T McVicar, CSIRO.

Climate-vegetation models by RODERICK, ML with

Dr A Sparrow, University of Canterbury, New Zealand.

Spatial modelling of the interactions between sponges and echinoderms by ROXBURGH, SH with Dr A

Davis, University of Wollongong.

Competition and coexistence in an Australian understorey forest community by ROXBURGH, SH with Dr P

Chesson, University of California, USA.

Development of novel methods for determining guild structure from plant competition experiments by

ROXBURGH, SH with Dr JB Wilson, Otago University, New Zealand.

Development of methodologies for carbon-budget modelling at landscape to regional scales by

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ROXBURGH, SH with Dr D McKenney, Great Lakes

Forestry Centre, Canadian Forest Service, Canada.

Joint Indonesian/Australian Marine Biotechnology and

Rehabilitation Consortium by WASSON, M;

HEARN, J; BADGER, M; BALL, M and BAL,L E with

AIMS and CRC Reef Research.

Study of viability of carbon emission reduction projects in Indonesian Islands by WASSON, M with Woodside

Energy.

A comparison of Traditional Intellectual Property provisions in the Biodiversity Convention and the WTO

TRIPS agreement by WASSON, M with John Scott,

James Cook University.

Electron Microscopy Unit

Lichen structure by HEADY, R with Prof S Hammer,

University of Boston, USA.

CryoSEM studies of dissolved element distribution and air embolism in roots by HUANG, CX with Prof ME

McCully, CSIRO.

Establishment of a Microscopy and MicroAnalysis

Consortium of the ACT (MACACT) by STOWE S with representation from ANU, University of Canberra, Australian Defence Force Academy, CSIRO,

Australian Federal Police Forensic Service, Australian

Geological Survey Organisation.

Many other visitors with separate affiliations used the

ANUEMU.

Genomic Interactions Group

Analysis of Sinorhizobium meliloti grown under acid stress conditions by DJORDJEVIC, MA; GUERREI-

RO, N and ROLFE BG with Dr W Reeves, Murdoch

University.

Use of transgenic clovers to monitor auxin accumulation in aerial tissues by DJORDJEVIC, MA and

MATHESIUS, U with Dr Beveridge and Dr Turnbull,

University of Queensland.

Proteome analysis of Mycoplasma by DJORDJEVIC,

MA and GUERREIRO, N with Dr S Djordjevic, Elizabeth McArthur Agricultural Institute.

Mass spectrometry analysis of tryptic digests of plant and bacterial proteins by ROLFE, BG; WEINMAN, JJ and DJORDJEVIC, MA with the Australian Proteome

Analysis Facility (APAF), Macquarie University.

Analysis of novel regulatory circuits induced by mutations in exopolysaccharide synthesis by ROLFE, BG;

GUERREIRO, N and DJORDJEVIC, MA with Dr

Ksenzenko and Dr Ivashina, Institute of Biochemistry and Physiology of Microorganisms, Russian Academy of Sciences, Pushchino, Russia.

Proteome analysis of developing nodule tissue in Medicago by ROLFE, BG and DJORDJEVIC, MA with Dr

Joint Research Projects undertaken with universities, CSIRO and other institutions

E Kondorosi and Prof A Kondorosi, IVS CNRS Gif-sur

Yvette, France.

Proteome analysis of the global regulation controlled by the nolR regulator gene by ROLFE, BG; WEINMAN,

JJ with Dr E Kondorosi and Prof A Kondorosi, IVS

CNRS Gif-sur Yvette, France.

Temporal and spatial order of events during the induction of cortical cell divisions in white clover by

Rhizobium leguminosarum bv. trifolii inoculation or localized cytokinin addition by ROLFE, BG and

MATHESIUS, U with Dr E Kondorosi and Prof A

Kondorosi, IVS CNRS Gif-sur Yvette, France.

The role of ENOD40 during nodulation by ROLFE,

BG with Dr M Crespi, IVS-CNRS, Gif France.

Molecular genetic analysis of rice-associating Rhizobium strains by ROLFE, B G, WEINMAN JJ and

DJORDJEVIC MA with Dr FB Dazzo, Michigan State

University, Michigan, USA.

Development of rice Rhizobium inoculant by ROLFE,

BG with Bio-Care Technology Pty Ltd NSW.

Proteome analysis of membrane proteins by ROLFE,

BG with DJORDJEVIC, MA and Prof A Puhler, Department of Genetics, Faculty of Biology, University of

Bielefeld, Germany.

Evolution of immunoglobulin genes in mammals by

WEILLER, GF with Prof EJ Steele, University of

Wollongong.

DNA sequence alignment respecting recombination events by WEILLER, GF with Prof R Giegerich and Dr

S Kurtz, Faculty of Technology, University of Bielefeld,

Germany.

Distance methods for the reconstruction of recombinant phylogenies by WEILLER, GF with Prof R

Giegerich, Faculty of Technology, University of

Bielefeld, Germany.

Investigations of molecular mechanisms causing cold sterility in rice by WEINMAN, JJ and ROLFE, BG with RL Williams, Agricultural Research Station,

Yanco.

A molecular genetic investigation of microspore development in rice anthers by WEINMAN, JJ and ROLFE

BG with RL Williams, Agricultural Research Station,

Yanco.

Role of nodR gene in LCO production and level of acyl group saturation by WEINMAN, JJ and DJORD-

JEVIC, MA with Prof Spaink, Leiden University

Molecular Genetics and Evolution

Molecular control of coral development by BALL, EE and HAYWARD, DC with Dr DJ Miller and Dr J Catmull, James Cook University and Prof R Saint and G

Samuel, University of Adelaide.

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Comparative development of glial cells in grasshopper and Drosophila by BALL, EE with Prof GM Technau,

Johannes Gutenberg University, Germany.

Further improvements of the code to standardised virus characteristics and mapping tools for other databases systems by BÜCHEN-OSMOND, C with L Blaine, E

Krichevsky and T Piselli, Bioinformatics, American

Type Culture Collection, Manassas, USA.

Further improvements to DELTA Windows software and its incorporation into ICTVdB to enhance the manoeuvrability within large data-sets, outputs in print

(RTF format) and on the Web (HTML) by BÜCHEN-

OSMOND, C with Dr MJ Dallwitz and E Zurcher,

CSIRO.

Development of strategies to coordinate the worldwide data input by members of the ICTV Study Groups using the data submission forms, and to introduce a mechanism to up-date virus taxonomy using ICTVdB on the web by BÜCHEN-OSMOND, C with Dr T

Della-Porta, CSIRO.

Virus taxonomy and nomenclature, a project to introduce approved taxonomies to sequence databases by

BÜCHEN-OSMOND, C with Dr R Apweiler and Dr

S Plibout, SWISS-PROT and Dr G Stoesser EMBL,

EBI, Hinxton, UK.

Genes involved in heavy metal resistance in plants and yeast by CHEN, XJ with Dr R Zhang, University of

Wollongong.

Regulation of multidrug resistance by protein phosphorylation by CHEN, XJ with Dr K Kuchler, University of Vienna.

Mutations affecting the assembly of F

1

-ATPase by

CHEN, XJ and CLARK-WALKER, GD with Dr J Velours, Institut de Biochimie et de Génétique Cellulaire du CNRS, France.

The mitochondrial genome of Schwanniomyces occidentalis encodes genes for NADH dehydrogenase by

CLARK-WALKER, GD with C Fernet and Prof M

Claisse. Centre Génétique Moleculaire, CNRS, France.

P element induced hybrid element insertion and hybrid element excision repair by GRAY, YHM with Dr J

Sved, University of Sydney.

Transposon-induced chromosomal rearrangements by

GRAY, YHM with Dr S Whyard, CSIRO.

Antisense RNA by GRAY, YHM with Dr S Whyard,

CSIRO and B Dixon RSBS/Division of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology.

The role of environmental stress in TE-induced chromosomal rearrangements by GRAY, YHM with Dr S

Whyard, CSIRO and Dr A Malacrida, University of Pavia, Italy.

Microsatellite markers in A. mangium by GRAY, YHM with Dr P Butcher, CSIRO.

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Male fertility mutants in D. melanogaster by GRAY,

YHM with Dr M Perotti, University of Milano, Milan,

Italy.

Molecular control of grasshopper development by

HAYWARD, DC and BALL, EE with Prof NH Patel,

University of Chicago, USA.

Evolution of RXR/USPs in insects by HAYWARD,

DC; TRUEMAN, JW; MALESZKA, R and BALL, EE with Dr M Bastiani, University of Utah, USA and Dr

M Whiting, Brigham Young University, USA.

Molecular Plant Physiology Group

Crystallographic structural studies of Rubisco activase by ANDREWS, TJ; KANE, HJ and WHITNEY, SM with Dr I Andersson, Swedish Agricultural University,

Uppsala, Sweden.

The activation and catalytic mechanism of the plant carbon-fixing enzyme, Rubisco by ANDREWS, TJ;

KANE, HJ and WHITNEY, SM with A/Prof R Lilley and M Kelly, University of Wollongong, Dr P Curmi,

University of NSW and Dr A Portis, University of Illinois, USA.

Investigations of CO

2

acquisition mechanism in dinoflagellates by BADGER, MR; ANDREWS, TJ; PRICE,

GD and WHITNEY, SM with Dr DC Yellowlees and

W Leggat, James Cook University.

Effects of high temperatures on coral photosynthesis and bleaching by BADGER, MR and FRANKLIN, L with Prof T Larkum and Dr O Hoegh-Guldberg, University of Sydney.

Molecular and physiological analysis of plant respiration by BADGER, MR and PRICE, GD with Prof DA

Day, ANU, Prof T Wiskich, University of Adelaide, Dr

J Whelan, University of WA, Dr S Robinson, University of Wollongong.

Secretion of beta-glucuronidase in plants, yeast and bacteria by BADGER, MR, PRICE, GD with Dr R

Jefferson, Dr A Killian and T Ngyuen, Centre for Applied Molecular Biology in International Agriculture

(CAMBIA).

Isolation and characterisation of ovule specific regulatory elements and genes from rice and Arabidopsis by

BADGER, MR and PRICE, GD with Dr R Jefferson,

Dr A Killian and W Yang, Centre for Applied Molecular Biology in International Agriculture (CAMBIA).

Molecular Analysis of the CO

2

Concentrating Mechanism in Cyanobacteria by BADGER, MR and PRICE,

GD with Dr D Sültemeyer, University of Kaiserslautern, Kaiserslautern, Germany.

Molecular and immunological analysis of carboxysomes by PRICE, GD with Dr M Ludwig, Macquarie

University.

Analysis of the CO

2

-Concentrating mechanism in cyanobacteria by PRICE, GD and BADGER, MR with

Dr T Omata and Dr T Ogawa, University of Nagoya,

Japan.

Role of heat shock proteins in protecting photosynthetic processes in cyanobacteria by PRICE, GD and

BADGER, MR with Dr CS Pike, Franklin and Marshall College, USA and Prof C-Y Lin, National Taiwan

University.

Analysis of metabolites in transgenic Flaveria bidentis (a

C

4

dicot) with reduced amounts of Rubisco by von

CAEMMERER, S with Dr RT Furbank, CSIRO.

Mechanisms influencing the growth and distribution of

C

4

grasses under rising CO

2

concentrations by von

CAEMMERER, S with Dr O Ghannoum, Prof JP

Conroy, University of Western Sydney.

Construction of transgenic Flaveria bidentis (a C4 dicot) with reduced amounts of mesophyll carbonic anhydrase by von CAEMMERER, S with Dr M Ludwig, Macquarie University, and Dr RT Furbank,

CSIRO.

Field gas exchange studies on C

3 at elevated CO

2

and C

4

grasses grown

by von CAEMMERER, S with Dr O

Ghannoum, University of Western Sydney and Dr P

Newton, Grasslands Research Centre, New Zealand.

Photobioenergetics

Electron paramagnetic resonance studies of the S

0

state of photosystem II by ÅHRLING, K with Prof S Styring and Dr S Peterson, Lund University, Sweden.

Photoinactivation of photosystem II in grapevines by

CHOW, WS with J Flexas, Universitat de les Illes,

Balaras, Spain.

Global Gaussian spectral deconvolution analysis of chlorophyll b-less and b-deficient mutants of barley with a time- and spectral-wavelength-resolving streak camera by GILMORE, A with Dr S Itoh, National Institute of Basic Biology, Japan.

Analysis of the unique 1-step violaxanthin cycle in

Mantoniella squamata: time-resolved fluorescence and molecular genetic approaches by GILMORE, A with

Prof Y Yamamoto, University of Hawaii, USA.

Characterization of chlorophyll a excited state lifetime distribution behavior in genetically engineered pigment-protein mutants of Arabidopsis thaliana by

GILMORE, A with Prof K Niyogi and Dr X-P Li, University of California, USA.

Very high light resistant mutants of Chlamydomonas reinhardtii by OSMOND, CB with Prof J Boynton,

Duke University, USA.

Biodiversity of Antarctic plant viruses by SKOTNICKI,

M with Dr P Selkirk, Macquarie University.

Joint Research Projects undertaken with universities, CSIRO and other institutions

SQUID measurements of the catalytic manganese in photosystem II by WYDRZYNSKI, T and ÅHRLING,

K with Dr D Tillbrook and Dr G Stevens, CSIRO.

Analysis of the substrate water exchange reactions in photosystem II reconstituted with strontium by

WYDRZYNSKI, T with Dr W Hillier, Michigan State

University, USA and Prof C Dismukes, Princeton University, USA.

Plant Cell Biology

Production of antibodies against desaturase by ELLI-

OTT, J with Dr S Singh, CSIRO.

Tubular vacuolar system in Oomycete hyphae by

HARDHAM, AR with A/Prof WG Allaway, University of Sydney.

Isolation of avirulence and pathogenicity genes from

Phytophthora by HARDHAM, AR, MARSHALL, JS,

SKALAMERA, D with Dr D Maclean, Dr A Drenth and Dr S Basnayake, University of Queensland.

Proteins associating with the cyclin dependent kinases of plant cells, especially CKS proteins by JOHN, PCL with Dr EA Williams, University of Western Australia.

Complementation of yeast cell cycle control proteins with potential plant homologues by JOHN, PCL with

Dr J Hayles and Prof P Nurse, Imperial Cancer Research Fund Laboratories, London, UK.

Effects of plant cyclin dependent kinase inhibitor proteins on mitosis in live plant cells by JOHN, PCL and

CLEARY, AL with Prof LC Fowke, University of Saskatchewan, Canada.

Location and activity of plant cyclin dependent kinases by JOHN, PCL and ZHANG, K with Prof D Inzé,

University of Gent, Belgium.

Isolation of the tomato I-3 gene for resistance to the wilt pathogen Fusarium oxysporum pv lycopersici by

JONES, DA and HEMMING, M with Dr B Carroll,

University of Queensland.

Isolation of the tomato I-3 gene for resistance to the wilt pathogen Fusarium oxysporum pv lycopersici by

JONES, DA and HEMMING, M with D McGrath,

Bowen Horticultural Research Station, Queensland

Department of Primary Industry.

Structure of plant extracytosolic leucine-rich repeat proteins by JONES, DA and LANG, S with Dr B Kobe,

University of Queensland.

Testing the interaction between the tomato Cf-9 resistance gene and the Cladosporium fulvum Avr9 avirulence gene in wheat by JONES, DA and WIL-

SON, R with Dr P Langridge and R Whitford,

University of Adelaide.

Localisation of the site of Cf-9 action by JONES, DA with Prof JDG Jones, Sainsbury Laboratory, Norwich,

UK.

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The role of the cytoskeleton in regulating development of plant transfer cells by WASTENEYS, GO with A/

Prof CE Offler, Dr DW McCurdy and MJ Talbot (RS-

BS Collaborative Scholar), The University of

Newcastle, Prof VR Franceschi, Washington State University, USA and Dr KC Vaughn, USDA-ARS,

Stoneville, USA.

Assessment of growth performance under hypoxic conditions and expression of metabolic indicators of hypoxic stress in the hyp1 mutant of Arabidopsis by

WASTENEYS, GO with Dr L Dennis and K Ismond,

CSIRO.

Gravitropism in tip-growing cells of characean algae by

WASTENEYS, GO with Dr M Braun, University of

Bonn, Germany.

The cytoskeleton of characean algae by WASTENEYS,

GO with Dr I Foissner, University of Salzburg, Austria.

ER dynamics and root hair development in Arabidopsis thaliana by WASTENEYS, GO with Dr ME Galway,

St Francis Xavier University, Canada, Prof J Schiefelbein, University of Michigan, USA and Dr T Sakai,

Kyoto University, Japan.

The role of ethylene in cell division polarity and hypoxic stress responses by WASTENEYS, GO and

GUNNING, BES with Prof H Kazama, International

Christian University, Japan and Prof H Imaseki,

Nagoya University, Japan.

Characterization of spiralling in microtubule organization and constitutive spiral mutants of Arabidopsis thaliana by WASTENEYS, GO and RASHBROOKE,

M with Dr T Hashimoto, Nara Institute of Science and

Technology, Japan.

Interactions between the BOT1 and MOR1 genes of

Arabidopsis thaliana by WASTENEYS, GO and

RASHBROOKE, MC with Dr H Höfte, INRA, Versailles, France.

Characterization of endomembrane mutants of Arabidopsis thaliana by WASTENEYS, GO;

RASHBROOKE, MC; WHITTINGTON, A and

HENDERSON, S with Dr I Foissner, University of Salzburg, Austria and Dr T Sakai, Kyoto University, Japan.

Proteoid roots of Australian native plants by WATT, M with Prof JS Pate, University of Western Australia.

Gene expression in proteoid roots by WATT, M with

Dr P Ryan, CSIRO.

Structure and dynamics of the endoplasmic reticulum in Arabidopsis by WILLIAMSON, RE with Prof R

Ridge and Dr Y Uozumi, International Christian University, Tokyo.

Characterisation of the rsw2 mutant of Arabidopsis by

WILLIAMSON, RE and BURN, JE with Dr H Höfte,

INRA, Versailles, France.

Visual Sciences

Glaucoma research by MADDESS, T with Dr I Goldberg, University of NSW.

Glaucoma research and eye movements by MADDESS,

T with Dr L Severt, Virginia Medical College, USA.

Texture discrimination by MADDESS, T with Dr Y

Nagai, Kokushikan University, Tokyo, Japan.

Molecular mechanisms involved in the regulation of eye growth by MORGAN, IG and MALESZKA, R with

Dr P Megaw, Latrobe University.

The control of the release of dopamine by the retinal dark-light switch and its relationship to the control of eye growth by MORGAN, IG with Dr M Boelen and

Dr P Megaw, Latrobe University.

Epidemiological evaluation of the risk factors in human myopia by MORGAN, IG with Prof P Mitchell and Dr

K Rose, University of Sydney.

The control of dopamine release in relation to other measures of dopaminergic cell activation by MOR-

GAN, IG with Prof W Stell, University of Calgary,

Canada and Prof M Iuvone, Emory University, USA.

The relationship between regulation of dopamine release and changes in psychophysical measures of light adaptation by MORGAN, IG with Dr L Frishman,

University of Houston, USA.

Dopaminergic regulation of retinal physiology by

MORGAN, IG with Dr S-G He, Academia Sinica,

Shanghai, PRC.

Biologically inspired robotics by SRINIVASAN, MV and CHAHL, J with Prof S Venkatesh, Curtin

University.

Honeybee orientation by SRINIVASAN, MV and

ZHANG, SW with J Berry and Dr K Cheng, Macquarie University.

Neuroethological Robotics by SRINIVASAN, MV;

ZEIL, J; ZHANG, SW and CHAHL, JS with Prof R

Wehner, Universität Zürich, Switzerland, Prof R

Pfeiffer, ETH, Zürich, Switzerland, Prof T Collett, Dr

T Osorio, Dr P Husbands, University of Sussex, UK,

Dr H Mallot, Max-Planck Institut für biologische Kybernetik, Tübingen, Germany and Prof R Beer, Case

Western Reserve University, USA.

Honeybee vision by SRINIVASAN, MV and ZHANG,

SW with Prof R Gadagkar, Centre for Ecological Sciences, Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, India.

Honeybee navigation by SRINIVASAN, MV and

ZHANG, SW with Prof J Tautz and M Altwein, University of Würzburg, Germany.

Honeybee orientation by SRINIVASAN, MV and

ZHANG, SW with Dr M Collett, State University of

Michigan, USA.

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2

receptors of insects by STANGE, G with Prof Dr F Marion-Poll, Institut

National Agronomique Paris-Grignon, France.

Motion Vision Ecology by ZEIL, J with Dr M Eckert,

University of Technology, Sydney.

Colour and colour changes in Australian fiddler crabs by ZEIL, J with Dr J Marshall, University of Queensland, Australia and Dr M Vorobiev, University of

Baltimore, USA.

Path integration in fiddler crabs by ZEIL, J with Dr J

Layne, Cornell University, USA.

Honeybee communication by ZHANG, SW and

SRINIVASAN, MV with Prof H Esch, University of

Notre Dame, South Bend, USA.

Visual perception in honeybees by ZHANG, SW and

SRINIVASAN, MV with Prof L Chen, Beijing Laboratory of Cognitive Science, University of Science and

Technology and Cognitive Brain Imaging Research

Center, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing Hospital,

China.

Research School of Chemistry

Synthesis and Mechanism

Biotransformations by Prof M. G. BANWELL with Dr

G. Whited, Genencor International Inc., Palo Alto,

California, USA.

Combinatorial synthesis of potential anti-mitotic drugs by Prof M. G. BANWELL and D. J. WONG with Dr

A. M. Bray, Chiron Technologies Pty Ltd, Clayton,

Victoria.

Studies directed towards the total synthesis of the spinosyn class of insecticides by Prof M. G. BANWELL and

Dr B. D. KELLY with Drs A. Knill and G. W. Simpson, CSIRO Molecular Science, Melbourne; and Prof

B. Jarrott, Department of Pharmacology, Monash

University.

The development of new generation anti-infective agents by Profs M. G. BANWELL and C. J. EASTON,

Drs N. L. HUNGERFORD, T. MASSIL, M. R.

NAIRN, M. J. PIGGOTT, K. ROBINSON, and G. J.

TARRANT with Dr P. J. O'Hanlon, SmithKline Beecham, Harlow, UK.

The development of novel carbohydrate-like drugs by

Prof M. G. BANWELL, Drs D. J. ARMITT and L.

LIU with Prof C. R. Parish and Dr C. C. Freeman, JC-

SMR; and Dr R. Don, Progen Industries Ltd, Brisbane.

The synthesis of sialic acid analogues by Prof M. G.

BANWELL and X. H. MA with Dr K. Watson, Biota

Chemistry Laboratories, Department of Chemistry,

Monash University.

The total synthesis of the phytotoxic polyketide herbicide herboxidiene by Prof M. G. BANWELL and R.

Joint Research Projects undertaken with universities, CSIRO and other institutions

PREMRAJ with Dr G. W. Simspon, CSIRO Molecular

Science, Melbourne.

Organotransition Metal Chemistry

Arene–ruthenium complexes by Prof M. A. BEN-

NETT with Prof P. Salvadori and Dr P. Pertici,

Università di Pisa, Italy.

Arene–ruthenium complexes containing sulfur-donor ligands by Prof M. A. BENNETT with Prof L.-Y. Goh,

National University of Singapore.

Cyclometallated complexes of gold and platinum by

Prof M. A. BENNETT with Prof S. K. Bhargava, Department of Applied Chemistry, RMIT University,

Melbourne.

NMR studies of ligand replacement reactions of ruthenium acetylacetonate complexes by Prof M. A.

BENNETT with Prof B. E. Mann, University of Sheffield, UK.

Theoretical studies of alkyne insertions into nickel–carbon bonds by Dr E. WENGER with Dr S. A.

Macgregor, Heriot–Watt University, Edinburgh, UK.

Theoretical studies of mixed metal metallocarbohedrenes by Dr E. WENGER with Prof I. G. Dance,

University of New South Wales.

Coordination Chemistry, Kinetics and

Mechanism

Mechanistic studies on the reaction between (b-Nmethylimidazolyl)cobalamin and N-methylimidazole by Dr N. E. BRASCH and A. G. CREGAN with Prof

R. van Eldik, University of Erlangen–Nürnberg,

Germany.

Theoretical Chemical Physics

Classical simulation of the photo dissociation of symtriazine by Dr M. A. COLLINS with Prof K. Song, Korea National University of Education.

Collisional energy transfer by Dr M. A. COLLINS with

Dr K. Lim, Deakin University, Victoria.

Hydrogen abstraction in H + CH

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by Dr M. A. COL-

LINS with Prof J. Valentini, Columbia University,

USA.

First-principles chemical reaction dynamics by Dr M.

A. COLLINS with Assoc Prof D. H. Zhang, National

University of Singapore.

Protein Synthesis and Evolution

Cleavage of DNA by chromium(V) complexes by Dr

N. E. DIXON with Prof P. A. Lay, School of Chemistry, University of Sydney.

Cloning, expression and characterisation of archaeal chaperonins by Dr N. E. DIXON with Drs R. Cavic-

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Wales.

Crystallisation of the DnaB helicase and DnaB.DnaC

complex by Drs N. E. DIXON and N. K. WILLIAMS with Drs A. Oakley and M. C. J. Wilce, University of

Western Australia.

Expression and isolation of the Bacillus subtilis DnaC helicase and DnaI proteins by Drs N. E. DIXON and

S. E. BROWN with Dr J. M. Guss and Prof R. G.

Wake, Department of Biochemistry, University of

Sydney.

Geminivirus DNA replication mechanisms by Dr N. E.

DIXON with Drs D. Pountney and A. Rezaian,

CSIRO Division of Plant Industry, Glen Osmond,

South Australia.

Intein-mediated protein circularisation by Drs N. E.

DIXON and N. K. WILLIAMS with Prof G. Otting and Dr A. Sharipo, Department of Medical Biochemistry and Biophysics, Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm,

Sweden.

In vitro protein synthesis by Dr N. E. DIXON with

Prof G. Otting and S. Pursglove, Department of Medical Biochemistry and Biophysics, Karolinska Institutet,

Stockholm; and Prof M. Ehrenberg and Dr B. R.

Henderson, University of Uppsala, Sweden.

Radiolabelled antibodies for cancer diagnosis and treatment by Dr N. E. DIXON, N. Di BARTOLO, and

Prof A. M. SARGESON with Dr S. Smith, Australian

Nuclear Science and Technology Organization (ANS-

TO), Sydney.

Structure and mechanism of action of Escherichia coli proline aminopeptidase by Dr N. E. DIXON, P. E.

LILLEY, and Dr P. M. SCHAEFFER with Prof H. C.

Freeman and Dr J. M. Guss, Department of Biochemistry, University of Sydney.

Structure of the Escherichia coli DnaB helicase protein and the DnaB.DnaC complex by Drs N. E. DIXON and S. E. BROWN, P. M. SCHAEFFER, and N. K.

WILLIAMS with M. Barcena, Prof J. M. Carazo, and

Dr L. E. Donate, Centro Nacional de Biotecnologia,

Universidad Autonoma, Madrid, Spain.

Structures and functions of Escherichia coli replisomal proteins by Drs N. E. DIXON, S. E. BROWN, and S.

HAMDAN with Prof G. Otting, Karolinska Institute,

Stockholm, Sweden; and Drs C. M. Elvin, P. Jennings,

K. Kongsuwan, and G. Wijffels, CSIRO Division of

Livestock Industries, Brisbane.

Biochemical Reactions and Molecular

Recognition

Applications of carbon nanotubes in organic chemistry by Prof C. J. EASTON and Dr A. G. MEYER with Drs

L. Dai and G. W. Simpson, CSIRO Molecular Science,

Melbourne.

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Chemistry of scymnol by Prof C. J. EASTON and M.

GEBARA with J. Broadbent, McFarlane Laboratories

Pty Ltd, Melbourne; and Dr G. W. Simpson, CSIRO

Molecular Science, Melbourne.

Chlorine chemistry by Prof C. J. EASTON, Dr P. A.

COGHLAN, and P. G. DUMANSKI with R. Faulkner, Australian Vinyls Pty. Ltd., Melbourne; Dr G. W.

Simpson, CSIRO Molecular Science, Melbourne; and the Plastics and Chemicals Industries Association (PA-

CIA), Melbourne.

Cycloaddition reactions of nitrile oxides by Prof C. J.

EASTON, C. K. Y. LEE, and G. J. VUCKOVIC with

Drs G. P. Savage and G. W. Simpson, Dunlena Pty Ltd and CSIRO Molecular Science, Melbourne.

Free radical reactions of peptides and proteins by Prof

C. J. EASTON and A. J. MORTIMER with Dr M. J.

Davies, Heart Research Institute, Sydney; Dr R.

O’Hair, University of Melbourne; and Prof I. Ryu, Osaka Prefecture University, Japan.

Improving beer stability and quality by Prof C. J. EAS-

TON, J. B. KELLY, and Dr K. LEE with Dr T. Oliver and Prof P. Rogers, Carlton United Breweries,

Melbourne.

Lipid chemistry by Prof C. J. EASTON with Profs A.

Ferrante and A. Poulos, Adelaide Medical Centre for

Women and Children.

Lipid modified coordinating ligands by Prof C. J. EAS-

TON and J. B. KELLY with Dr J. Altin, Division of

Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, ANU.

Supramolecular chemistry of cyclodextrins by Prof C. J.

EASTON, L. BARR, J. B. HARPER, Drs K. LEE and

A. G. meyer, Messrs H. ONAGI and F. TORTOREL-

LA with Prof S. F. Lincoln, J. Locke, and B. L. May,

University of Adelaide.

The development of new generation anti-infective agents by Profs M. G. BANWELL and C. J. EASTON,

Drs N. L. HUNGERFORD, T. MASSIL, M. R.

NAIRN, M. J. PIGGOTT, K. ROBINSON, and G. J.

TARRANT with Dr P. J. O'Hanlon, SmithKline Beecham, Harlow, UK.

Liquid State Chemical Physics

Applications of general temperature expressions by Prof

D. J. EVANS and O. G. JEPPS with Dr G. S. D. Ayton, University of Utah, USA; and Dr L. Lue, National

Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), Boulder, USA and University of Manchester Institute of

Science and Technology (MIST), UK.

Derivation of potential models for phase equilibria by

Dr J. P. DELHOMMELLE with Dr P. Millie, Laboratoire Francis Perrin, France.

Generalised Langevin equation for nonequilibrium systems by Prof D. J. EVANS with Dr J. Ennis, CSIRO

Petroleum, Melbourne; and Drs P. J. Daivis, M. G.

Joint Research Projects undertaken with universities, CSIRO and other institutions

McPhie, and Prof I. K. Snook, RMIT University,

Melbourne.

Implications of chaos for thermophysical properties by

Prof D. J. EVANS with Dr F. Bonetto, Rutgers University, USA; Dr I. Borzsák, Hungarian Academy of

Sciences, Budapest; Prof E. G. D. Cohen, Rockefeller

University, New York, USA; Prof D. J. Isbister, Drs J.

S. den Toom Hansen and F. Zhang, Australian Defence

Force Academy (ADFA), University of New South

Wales, Canberra; Prof P. T. Cummings, University of

Tennessee, USA; and Dr D. J. Searles, Griffith University, Brisbane.

The Fluctuation Theorem by Prof D. J. EVANS and E.

J. MITTAG with Dr G. S. D. Ayton, University of

Utah, USA; and Dr D. J. Searles, Griffith University,

Brisbane.

Coordination Chemistry and Inorganic

Spectro-Electrochemistry

Biological nitrogen fixation: the nitrogenase enzyme by

Dr G. A. HEATH with Dr L. L. Martin, Flinders University of South Australia.

Cary spectrophotometer development program by Dr

G. A. HEATH with Dr A. Marks, Varian-Australia Ltd,

Melbourne.

Corrosion inhibitors by Dr G. A. HEATH with Prof D.

C. Creagh and Dr V. Otieno-Alego, University of Canberra; and D. L. Hallam, Museum of Australia,

Canberra.

Conservation treatments by Drs G. A. HEATH and R.

WEBSTER with W. Dodd and A. Wain, Treloar Centre, Australian War Memorial, Canberra.

Electroanalytical chemistry by Dr G. A. HEATH with

Dr D. G. Humphrey, CSIRO Forestry and Forest

Products, Melbourne; and Dr B. D. Yeomans, Australian Government Analytical Laboratory, Canberra.

Electrochemistry of dioximes and dithiocarbamates by

Drs G. A. HEATH and R. Webster with Prof A. M.

Bond, Monash University, Melbourne.

Electronic properties of electrochromic monomers and dendrimers by Dr G. A. HEATH with Drs M. P. Cifuentes and M. G. Humphrey, Department of Chemistry,

ANU.

Molecular orbital calculations on transition metal clusters by Dr G. A. HEATH with Dr J. E. McGrady,

University of York, UK.

NMR-spectroelectrochemistry by Drs G. A. HEATH and R. BRAMLEY with Dr P. D. Prenzler, Charles

Sturt University, Wagga Wagga.

Redox properties of binuclear halide complexes and metal–sulfur clusters by Dr G. A. HEATH with Dr R.

Raptis, University of Puerto Rico, San Juan.

Spectro-electrochemistry of the nitrogenase metal–sulfur cofactor by Dr G. A. HEATH with Dr S. P. Best,

University of Melbourne; and Prof C. J. Pickett, Nitrogen Fixation Laboratory (John Innes Centre), Norwich,

UK.

Spectro-electrochemistry of dimeric porphyrins by Dr

G. A. HEATH with Dr D. P. Arnold, Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane.

Nuclear Magnetic Resonance

Multidimensional NMR studies of chaperone proteins by Dr M. A. KENIRY with Assoc Prof J. Carver, University of Wollongong.

Nuclear magnetic resonance studies of the association of spermine with the estrogen receptor DNA-binding domain by Dr M. A. KENIRY with Prof C. Benz and Dr

G. Scott, University of California, San Francisco, USA.

Structural and functional studies of analogues of human insulin-like growth factor-I by Dr M. A. KENIRY and

Mrs L. G. LAAJOKI with Assoc Prof J. Carver, University of Wollongong; Dr J. C. Wallace, University of

Adelaide; and Drs G. Francis and S. Milner, Cooperative Research Centre for Tissue Growth and Repair,

Adelaide.

Structural studies of drug-DNA complexes and novel

DNA structures by Dr M. A. KENIRY with Prof R. H.

Shafer, University of California, San Francisco, USA.

Laser and Optical Spectroscopy

Analysis of anomalous MCD spectra of photosystem II by Drs E. KRAUSZ and V. M MASTERS with Dr B.

Williamson, University of Christchurch, New Zealand.

Chemiluminescence and photoluminescence of Rubisco and model systems by Drs E. KRAUSZ and X.

WANG with Dr J. Andrews RSBS, ANU; Assoc Prof R.

Lilley, University of Wollongong; and Dr G. Moran,

University of New South Wales, Sydney.

Spectroscopic imaging of fluid microinclusions by Dr

E. KRAUSZ with Dr A. Berry, Research School of

Earth Sciences, ANU (RSES).

Spectroscopy and function of chromophoric units in photosystem II by Drs E. KRAUSZ and V. M Masters with Dr R. J. Pace, Department of Chemistry, ANU; and S. Peterson, University of Lund, Sweden.

Upconversion systems by Drs E. KRAUSZ and V. M

MASTERS with Drs S. Lüthi and M. Riley, University of Queensland, Brisbane.

Organic Synthesis

Biosynthetic, structural and metabolic studies on gibberellins by Prof L. N. MANDER with Dr M. Talon,

Department of Citriculture, IVIA, E-46113, Moncada,

Valencia, Spain; and Dr J. Zeevaart, MSU-DOE Plant

Research Laboratory, Michigan State University, USA.

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Biosynthetic, structural and metabolic studies on gibberellins by Prof L. N. MANDER with Dr P. Hedden and Prof J. MacMillan, Long Ashton Research Station,

Bristol, UK.

Biosynthetic, structural and metabolic studies on gibberellins by Prof L. N. MANDER and B. TWITCHIN with Dr V. M. Sponsel, Division of Life Sciences, University of Texas, San Antonio, Texas, USA.

Biosynthetic, structural and metabolic studies on gibberellins by Prof L. N. MANDER and B. TWITCHIN with Prof O. Junttila, Department of Plant Physiology and Microbiology, University of Tromsø, Norway.

Biosynthetic, structural and metabolic studies on gibberellins by Prof L. N. MANDER and B. TWITCHIN with Prof R. P. Pharis, Department of Biology, University of Calgary, Canada.

Biosynthetic, structural and metabolic studies on gibberellins by Prof L. N. MANDER, S. K. COOK, and

B. TWITCHIN with Drs M. Koshioka and M. Nakayama, National Research Institute of Vegetables,

Ornamental Plants and Tea, Ministry of Agriculture,

Forestry and Fisheries, Japan.

Biosynthetic, structural and metabolic studies on gibberellins by Prof L. N. MANDER and B. TWITCHIN with Dr T. Lange, Pflanzenphysiologisches Institüt und

Botanischer Garten, Universität Göttingen, Germany.

Influence of gibberellins on light stimulation of germination in Western Australian species by Prof L. N.

MANDER and B. TWITCHIN with Dr J. Plummer,

Department of Horticultural Science, University of

Western Australia, Perth.

Structural and biosynthetic studies on antheridiogens from fern gametophytes by Prof L. N. MANDER with

Dr H. Yamane, Biotechnology Research Center, University of Tokyo, Japan.

Structural and biosynthetic studies on antheridiogens from fern gametophytes by Prof L. N. MANDER with

Dr J. Banks, Department of Botany and Plant Pathology, University of Purdue, USA.

Structural and biosynthetic studies on antheridiogens from fern gametophytes by Prof L. N. MANDER with

Dr J. Nester, Department of Biological Sciences, Sam

Houston State University, Texas, USA.

Structural studies on biologically active extractives from olives by Prof L. N. MANDER and A. J. HERLT with

Drs P. Antolovitch, P. Prenzler, K. Robards, and D. Ryan, Charles Sturt University, Wagga Wagga.

Structural studies on biologically active extractive from

Barintonia asiatica (the “fish killer tree”) by Prof L. N.

MANDER and A. J. HERLT with Drs R. Rumampuk and P. Tarigan, Kimia Pascasarjana Laboratory, Padjadjaran University, Bandung, Indonesia.

Studies on fruit development by Prof L. N. MANDER and B. TWITCHIN with Dr Y. Ben-Tal, Ministry of

Agriculture, The Volcani Center, Bet-Dagan, Israel.

Studies on fruit development by Prof L. N. MANDER and B. TWITCHIN with Dr P. S. Blake, Horticulture

Research International, East Malling, UK.

Studies on gibberellin receptors by Prof L. N. MAN-

DER, Dr J. T. BLANCHFIELD and S. K. Cook with

Dr P. M. Chandler, CSIRO Division of Plant Industry,

Canberra.

Studies on growth inhibition by Prof L. N. MANDER and Dr G. ADAMSON with Drs L. T. Evans and R.

W. King, CSIRO Division of Plant Industry, Canberra; and Prof R. P. Pharis, University of Calgary, Canada.

Studies on the genetics of Pisum by Prof L. N. MAN-

DER and B. TWITCHIN with Prof J. B. Reid and Dr

J. J. Ross, Department of Plant Science, University of

Tasmania, Hobart.

Protein Crystallography and Engineering

Structural studies of the b receptor of IL5 and receptor by Drs D. L. OLLIS and P. D. CARR with Prof I. G.

Young, JCSMR, ANU.

Structural studies of the P

II

and GlnK proteins by Drs

D. L. OLLIS and P. D. CARR with Dr S. G. Vasudevan, James Cook University, Townsville.

Structure function studies with esterases by Dr D. L.

OLLIS with Dr J. Oakshot, CSIRO Department of Entomology, Canberra.

Structure function studies with plant malate dehydrogenases by Drs D. L. OLLIS and P. D. Carr with Dr A.

Ashton, CSIRO Division of Plant Industry, Canberra.

Computational Quantum Chemistry

Carbene chemistry by Prof L. RADOM and Dr A. P.

SCOTT with Prof M. S. Platz, Ohio State University,

Columbus, Ohio, USA.

Evaluation of accurate proton affinities and gas-phase acidities by Prof L. RADOM with Dr B. J. Smith, Biomolecular Research Institute, Melbourne.

Multireference G2 and G3 theories by Prof L. RA-

DOM and Dr D. M. SMITH with Prof M. S. Gordon and M. A. Freitag, Iowa State University, Ames, Iowa,

USA; and Dr T. I. Sølling, University of Copenhagen,

Denmark.

Nucleophilic substitution reactions by Prof L. RA-

DOM with Prof A. Pross, Ben Gurion University,

Israel; and Dr T. I. Sølling, University of Copenhagen,

Denmark.

Radical addition reactions by Prof L. RADOM and Dr

D. J. HENRY with Prof H. Fischer, University of Zurich, Switzerland; and Dr M. W. Wong, National

University of Singapore.

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DOM, Drs D. M. SMITH and S. D. WETMORE with Prof B. T. Golding, University of Newcastleupon-Tyne, UK.

Thermochemistry of free radicals by Prof L. RADOM,

Dr D. J. HENRY and C. J. PARKINSON with Prof P.

M. Mayer, University of Ottawa, Canada.

Polymers and Soft Condensed Matter

Compression of a polymer chain by a small obstacle: the effect of fluctuations on the escape transition by Dr E.

M. SEVICK with Dr J. Ennis-King, CSIRO Petroleum, Glen Waverley, Victoria.

Size-separation of polymers in ordered obstacle assemblies: DNA electrophoresis in microlithographic arrays by Dr E. M. SEVICK with Dr D. R. M. Williams, University of Sydney.

Biomolecular Simulations and Calculations

Free energy approximations in model proteins and polymers by Dr A. E. TORDA with Dr T. Huber, ANU

Supercomputer Facility (ANUSF); and Drs F. Müller-

Plathe and D. Reith, Max-Planck Institut für Polymerforschung, Mainz, Germany.

Interpreting protein threading by Dr A. E. TORDA and J. B. PROCTER with Drs P. Christen and M. Hegland, Research School of Information Sciences and

Engineering, ANU (RSISE).

Protein sequence optimisation by Dr A. E. TORDA and A. J. COOTES with Dr P. M. G. Curmi, University of New South Wales, Sydney.

Disordered Materials

Diffuse scattering from benzil, C

14

H

10

O

2

by Drs T. R.

WELBERRY, A. J. EDWARDS, and D. J. GOOS-

SENS with Prof W. I. F. David, ISIS, Rutherford–

Appleton Laboratory, Oxford, UK.

Diffuse scattering in non-stoichiometric apatites by Dr

A. G. CHRISTY with P. Alberius-Hennig and Prof S.

A. Lidin, University of Stockholm, Sweden.

Disorder in 1:1 adducts of hexamethylenetetramine with azelaic acid by Dr T. R. WELBERRY with Drs M.

Gardon and K. J. Schenk, Université de Lausanne,

Switzerland.

High energy diffuse X-ray scattering by Dr T. R. WEL-

BERRY with Drs D. R. Haeffner and P. L. Lee,

Argonne National Laboratory, Illinois, USA.

Petrographic observations on sediment from rural and urban canals in the Midlands by Dr A. G. CHRISTY with Drs J. Dodd and D. J. Large, University of Nottingham, UK; and Drs N. J. Fortey, A. E. Milodowski, and M. Styles, British Geological Survey, Keyworth,

UK.

Joint Research Projects undertaken with universities, CSIRO and other institutions

Synthesis and structural characterisation of beryllian sapphirines by Drs A. G. CHRISTY and Y. TABIRA with Prof E. S. Grew, University of Maine, Orono,

USA; and Dr A. Hölscher and Prof W. F. Schreyer,

Ruhr-Universität, Bochum, Germany.

Solid State Molecular Science

Bonding in transition metal complexes by Dr P. A.

REYNOLDS with Prof B. N. Figgis and Dr A. N.

Sobolev, University of Western Australia, Perth.

Conformation of proteins at interfaces by Prof J. W.

WHITE and Dr S. A. Holt with S. Poon, University of

Melbourne.

Dendrimer and polystyrene surfactant structure by Prof

J. W. WHITE, G. KIRTON, and Dr P. A. REY-

NOLDS with Dr C. J. Hawker, IBM Research

Laboratories, Almaden, California, USA.

Early stages of zeolite crystallisation by Prof J. W.

WHITE with Prof C. R. A. Catlow, Royal Institution,

London, UK; and Dr J. N. Watson, ANSTO, Sydney.

Experimental electron densities in transition metal complexes by Dr P. A. REYNOLDS with Lektor F. K.

Larsen and Dr B. B. Iversen, University of Aarhus,

Denmark.

Kinetics of template action in silicalite synthesis by Prof

J. W. WHITE with Dr L. Iton, Argonne National Laboratory, Chicago, USA.

Millisecond X-ray reflectometer for ChemMatCARS by

Prof J. W. WHITE with Dr R. Garrett, ANSTO, Sydney; and Dr J. Viccaro, University of Chicago, USA.

Nanostructure of milk membrane and proteins by Prof

J. W. WHITE and Dr S. A. HOLT with Dr B. Cox,

Dairy Research Corporation, Melbourne.

Neutron reflectivity and small angle scattering from monomolecular polymer particles and lattices by Prof J.

W. WHITE with Dr H. de Bruyn and Prof R. Gilbert,

University of Sydney.

Structure of high internal phase emulsions by Prof J. W.

WHITE with Drs R. Goodridge and D. E. Yates, Orica, Australia; and Dr E. P. Gilbert, Argonne National

Laboratory, Chicago, USA.

Structure of polymer latex solutions by Prof J. W.

WHITE with Dr H. de Bruyn and Prof R. Gilbert,

University of Sydney.

Structure of polymer surfactant films by Prof J. W.

WHITE with Dr J. Penfold, Rutherford–Appleton

Laboratory, Oxford, UK.

Structure of templated silicate films by Prof J. W.

WHITE with Dr M. Trau, University of Queensland,

Brisbane.

Template distribution function in modified silicate gels by Prof J. W. WHITE with Drs L. Iton, J. Richardson,

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USA.

X-ray reflectometry studies of contact lens coatings for extended wear by Prof J. W. WHITE and Dr S. A.

HOLT with C. Fong, CSIRO Molecular Science,

Melbourne.

The following collaborators visited the group during

2000 to conduct X-ray reflectometry experiments:.

Dr C. Buckley (Curtin University of Technology,

Perth); Dr G. Dennis (University of New South Wales,

Sydney); Dr G. Edwards (Scienceworks, Mt. Ommaney, Queensland); Dr K. Latham (RMIT

University, Melbourne); Drs V. Luca, D. Martin, and J.

Watson (ANSTO, Sydney); J. Phair (University of

Melbourne).

Inorganic Stereochemistry and Asymmetric

Synthesis

Chiral phosphine–metal dopants for conducting polyanilines by Dr S. B. WILD with Prof L. A. P.

Kane-Maguire, Department of Chemistry, University of Wollongong.

Diastereoselectivity in Group 11 complexes of Pfaltz ligands by Dr S. B. WILD with Dr J. Aldrich-Wright,

University of Western Sydney.

Microbial phosphonate uptake and metabolism: enlisting microorganisms to deliver antimicrobials effectively by Dr S. B. WILD with Dr G. L. Mendz, School of Biochemistry and Molecular Genetics, University of New

South Wales, Sydney.

Solid State Structural Chemistry

A modulated structure approach to problem single crystal structure refinements involving tin complexes by

Prof A. D. RAE with Dr S. W. Ng, University of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

A superspace approach to compositionally flexible solid solution phases by Dr R. L. WITHERS with Dr L. Elcoro and Prof J. M. Perez-Mato, Universidad del Pais

Vasco, Bilbao, Spain.

Constrained refinement techniques for problem crystal structure refinements involving pseudo symmetry, twinning and disorder by Prof A. D. RAE with Dr K. J.

Haller, Suranaree University of Technology, Nakhon

Ratchisima, Thailand.

Displacive structural phase transitions in the AM

2

O

7 family of displacively flexible framework structures by

Dr R. L. WITHERS with Dr J. S. O. Evans, University of Durham, UK; and Prof A. W. Sleight, University of

Oregon, USA.

Oxygen/fluorine ordering and displacive structural phase transitions in K

3

MoO

3

F

3

by Dr R. L. WITH-

ERS with Dr. K. Friese and Prof G. Madariaga,

Universidad del Pais Vasco, Bilbao, Spain.

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TEM studies of ferroelasticity in Sb

2

Mo

0.75

W

0.25

O

6 by Dr R. L. WITHERS with Prof J. Galy, CEMES/

CNRS, Toulouse, France; and Dr A. Castro, CSIC,

Madrid, Spain.

Research School of Earth Sciences

Dr R.A. ARMSTRONG continued a collaborative project on provenance of sediments from the Centralian

Basin with Dr A. Camacho of the University of New

South Wales.

Dr R. ARMSTRONG has been involved in a number of joint international research projects with scientists from several African countries, the United Kingdom,

Germany, Portugal, Austria, Brazil and South Korea.

These include Prof L. Robb, Prof U. Reimold, Dr R.

Gibson, Dr M. Poujol (University of the Witwatersrand, RSA); Prof S. McCourt (University of

Durban-Westville, RSA), Prof A. Wilson (University of

Natal, RSA); Prof M. de Wit, W. Board (University of

Cape Town, RSA); Prof S. de Waal (University of Pretoria, RSA); Prof A.B. Kampunzu and Dr R. Mapeo

(University of Botswana), B.K. Paya (Geological Survey of Botswana); Mr. K. Hoffmann (Geological Survey of

Namibia); D. Jamal (Eduardo Mondlane University,

Mozambique); Prof C. Koeberl (University of Vienna),

Dr J. Konzett (University of Innsbruck, Austria), S.

Helferich (J.W. Goethe-University, Frankfurt, Germany), Dr S. Siegesmund (Institut für Geologie und

Dynamik der Lithosphaere, Germany), Dr R. Key

(British Geological Survey); Dr Deung-Lyong Cho

(Korea institute of Geology, Mining and Materials) and

Dr M. Pimentel (University of Brazilia, Brazil).

Dr R. ARMSTRONG has also had extensive and fruitful collaboration with a number of scientists from the

Geological Surveys of Britain, Botswana, South Korea,

Namibia and Zambia. He has also consulted for, and collaborated with, scientists from the South African

Council for Geosciences in projects in the southern African region and in Morocco. A number of geochronological projects for Australian and international exploration companies were completed during the year.

J. BALLARD, Drs I.H. CAMPBELL and J.M. PALIN, are collaborating with CODELCO on a study of igneous and hydrothermal activity in and around the giant

Chuquicamata porphyry copper deposit in northern

Chile.

Dr V. BENNETT continues collaborations with Prof

M. Garcia, University of Hawaii on the source characteristics of Hawaiian plume basalts, and with Dr A.

Kent of the Danish Lithosphere Center on the origins of Baffin Island basalts.

Dr A.J. BERRY continued to work with Dr E.R.

Krausz, Research School of Chemistry, the Australian

National University, on the study of fluid inclusions by optical absorption spectroscopy.

Dr A.J. BERRY collaborated with Dr M. James on neutron diffraction studies of humite minerals.

Dr A.J. BERRY visited the School of Chemistry, University of Exeter, United Kingdom as part of his collaboration with Drs S.C. Wimperis and S.E. Ashbrook on nuclear magnetic resonance studies of highpressure hydrous magnesium silicates.

Dr M. BIRD collaborated with Dr B. David, Monash

University, Dr J. Balme, University of Western Australia, Dr B. Roberts, La Trobe University, and Dr J. Field,

University of Sydney on the radiocarbon dating of archaeological sites in Australia. He also worked with Dr

B. Witt of the Gatton Campus of the University of

Queensland on carbon-isotope records of environmental change recorded in wool.

Dr M. BIRD continued collaboration with Dr H. Santruckova of the University of Southern Bohemia, Czech

Republic, on studies of the fractionation of carbon-isotopes by micro-organisms during soil carbon degradation. He is also working with Prof J. Lloyd, Max

Planck Institute for Biogeochemistry on a study of soil carbon in the Siberian boreal forests and Botswana. He also continued to collaborate with Dr E. Veenendaal,

Okavango Research Centre, Botswana on a study of carbon inventories in Botswanan soils, and he collaborated with Dr C.S.M. Turney, Royal Holloway, University of

London and Dr L. Ayliffe, CNRS-CEA, Gif Sur Yvette,

France on the radiocarbon dating of Australian Archaeological sites. Together with Dr P. Bowman of the

McGregor Museum, South Africa, he is participating in a radiocarbon dating study of the Border Cave Archaeological site.

Dr J. BRAUN is working on a project studying the diffusion of argon in K-feldspars with Dr J. Lee of Queen’s

University, Canada. He continues collaborative work on the dynamics of compressional orogens and the interactions between tectonics and erosion with the

Geodynamics Group of Prof C. Beaumont at Dalhousie

University, Canada. He is collaborating with Miss S.

Frederiksen of the University of Aarhus, Denmark on incorporating strain localization in models of continental extension, and with Mr. Y. van Brabant of the

University of Liège, Belgium on the tectonic development of the Variscan fold-and-thrust belt in the Rhenohercynian zone in Belgium and Germany.

Drs I.H. CAMPBELL and J.M. PALIN, in collaboration with Placer Granny Smith Pty Ltd have obtained a

SPIRT grant for “Mapping ore-fluid pathways around mesothermal gold deposits in the Laverton region, WA using alkali elements and stable isotopes. A. Stoltze began a PhD on the project late in the year.

Drs I.H. CAMPBELL and J. MAVROGENES and B.

SETIABUDI are working with Rio Tinto Indonesia on a study of the Kelian Gold Mine in Kalimantan.

Prof J. CHAPPELL undertook a collaborative project in the Flinders Ranges with Prof M.A.J.Williams of Ad-

Joint Research Projects undertaken with universities, CSIRO and other institutions elaide University and Dr D. Adamson of Macquarie

University, determining the nature, extent and palaeoclimatic implications of newly-discovered Late

Pleistocene wetland deposits. He also gave a series of lectures over a week as Distinguished Lecturer at the

School of Geography and Geology, University of Wollongong. In partnership with Dr M.Bird, he collaborated with Dr B. Witt of the Gatton Campus of the University of Queensland on carbon-isotope records of environmental change recorded in wool and shearing-shed dung accumulations.

Prof J. CHAPPELL continued his collaboration on

Cenozoic fossil sites with Dr K Aplin of the Western

Australian Museum, with field trips together to new sites in the Kimberley and Barrow Island.

Prof S.F. COX is supervising University of Newcastle

PhD students, K. Ruming and T. Wilson. He is also collaborating with Dr M. Knackstedt (jointly at the

University of New South Wales and The Australian National University) in the development and application of percolation theory to modelling fluid flow in hydrothermal systems. He is also collaborating with the latter in the development of x-ray tomography facilities to characterise fracture and pore geometries in deformed rocks. Moreover, together with Dr J. Streit, National

Centre for Petroleum Geology and Geophysics, University of Adelaide, he is preparing a joint work on the evolution of fracture geometries in deforming rock analogue materials. In May, he presented part of a workshop to Masters students and minerals industry participants at the CODES Special Research Centre at the University of Tasmania.

Prof S.F. COX is conducting collaborative research on structural and deformational controls on fluid flow and ore genesis in Archaean lode gold deposits in the Kambalda area sponsored by WMC Resources Ltd (St Ives

Gold Operations) and the ARC-APA(Industry) scheme. He is also collaborating with Dr B. Drummond (AGSO) on aspects of crustal-scale fluid flow through fault systems in the Eastern Goldfields of Western Australia. In December, Prof S.F. Cox participated in a joint AGSO-NSW Department of Minerals and

Energy workshop on seismic hazard in the Newcastle region.

S.J. FALLON is working with Dr J. Lough and Dr D.

Barnes (AIMS) and J. White from Misima Mines Ltd.

documenting environmental influences on Porites corals from a high sedimentation environment, Misima

Island, PNG.

C.M. FANNING collaborated with Assoc Prof C. Fergusson, University of Wollongong on the Anakie Inlier of Queensland, Prof C.J. Wilson and S. Boger, University of Melbourne on the age and evolution of the southern Prince Charles Mountains, Antarctica, Dr G.

Clarke and N. Kelly, University of Sydney on the age and evolution of eastern Enderby Land, Antarctica, and

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C.M. FANNING continued collaborations with the

Geological Surveys of South Australia, Victoria, New

South Wales, and Queensland. He also collaborates with a number of mineral and petroleum exploration companies.

C.M. FANNING is collaborating with Dr K.R. Ludwig and Dr R. Mundil of the Berkeley Geochronology

Center, San Francisco, USA, Dr J.A Aleinikoff and

W.V. Premo of the US Geological Survey, Denver

USA, Dr K. Shiraishi and Dr Y. Motoyoshi of the National Institute for Polar Research, Tokyo, Japan, Dr J.

Goodge, Southern Methodist University, USA, Dr J.J.

Peucat of Geosciences, Rennes, France, Prof R.P.

Menot, Univerité Jean Monet, St Etienne, France, Prof

P. K. Link of Idaho State University, Dr T.S. Laudon of

University of Wisconsin, Dr J. Jacobs of University of

Bremen, Germany, Prof F. Hervé of University of

Chile, Santiago, Chile, Prof D. Gebauer and Dr A. Liati, ETH Zürich, Switzerland, Dr R.J. Pankhurst and

Dr I. Millar of the British Antarctic Survey, UK, Dr

C.W. Rapela, Universidad de la Plata, Argentina and

Dr A. Morton, British Geological Survey.

Dr J. FITZGERALD collaborated with Prof T.M. Harrison, University of California, Los Angeles on characterisation of exsolution in a cryptoperthite that is being studied for Ar-release systematics.

Dr M. GAGAN continued collaboration with A. Mueller and Dr B. Opdyke, Department of Geology, the

Australian National University to reconstruct the palaeoceanography of the eastern Indian Ocean using stable isotope ratios in corals and foraminifera. Collaborations with other Australian universities include coral reconstructions of the mid-Holocene climate of the equatorial central Pacific (Assoc Prof C. Woodroffe,

Department of Geosciences, University of Wollongong) and measurement of stable isotope ratios in speleothems from China (Dr J-x. Zhao and Prof K.

Collerson, Department of Earth Sciences, University of

Queensland).

Dr M. GAGAN is collaborating with Dr G. Woerhide,

Centre for Biodiversity, Queensland Museum, to study the stable-isotope systematics of Great Barrier Reef sponges.

Dr M. GAGAN continued cooperative research with

Dr W. Hantoro, Indonesian Institute of Sciences, to extract late Quaternary climatic histories from raised coral terraces in Indonesia. Collaborative work continues with Prof K. Sieh, California Institute of Technology and Prof L. Edwards, University of Minnesota, which aims to integrate palaeoclimatic and palaeoseismological records derived from Indonesian corals. Work continued with Drs T. Correge, G. Cabioch, and J. Recy, ORSTOM and Drs W. Beck and G. Burr,

University of Arizona to reconstruct tropical palaeocli-

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Dryas event. Collaborative research on coral-based palaeoclimatology continued with Dr L. Ayliffe,

University of Utah, USA. He is also working with Prof

G. Miller, University of Colorado, to reconstruct Australian palaeoclimates using isotopic signatures in emu and Genyornis eggshell. New collaborative work to investigate the geochemistry of foraminifera in deep-sea cores is under way with Prof H. Spero, University of

California at Davis, and Prof D. Lea, University of California at Santa Barbara.

Prof D.H. GREEN continued his collaboration with the School of Earth Sciences, University of Tasmania

(Drs A.J. Crawford, T.J. Falloon and L. Danyushevsky). He also continues as a member of the Tectonics

Special Research Centre Advisory Council at the University of Western Australia.

Prof D.H. GREEN continued his collaboration with

Dr K. Niida, University of Hokkaido and Prof H. Davies, University of Papua New Guinea on the study of ultramafic rocks.

Prof R.W. GRIFFITHS began a new collaborative project with Dr J. Bye of the University of Melbourne on the dynamics of air-sea interaction.

Prof R.W. GRIFFITHS continued a collaboration with

ASI on the construction and marketing of the Geophysical Flows Rotating Table. Three units were shipped to customers at the University of California at

San Diego, USA, the University of Rhode Island, USA, and the University of Alberta, Canada.

Prof R.W. GRIFFITHS and Dr R.C. KERR began the first trial laboratory experiments as part of a collaboration with Prof K.V. Cashman, Oregon State University,

USA, on the dynamics and emplacement of long basaltic lava flows, partially funded by an NSF research grant to Prof Cashman. Prof Griffiths is also collaborating with Dr J.A. Whitehead of the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, on theoretical problems in morphological instabilities driven by cooling and rheology change.

Prof R. GRÜN collaborates with Prof A. Gleadow, Department of Geology, University of Melbourne, to study the thermal stability of paramagnetic centres from cores of the Otway basin, Dr P. White, Department of

Anthropology, University of Sydney to date the site of

Cuddie Springs, Dr C. Murray-Wallace, Department of Geosciences, University of Wollongong to date marine sequences in the Spencer Gulf, and Dr K. Moriarty and Dr R. Wells, Flinders University, to date faunal remains from Naracoorte Cave.

Prof R. GRÜN has developed a virtually non-destructive ESR dating protocol which allows the measurement of enamel fragments without the necessity of destructive grinding. He has collected hominid samples from the anthropological sites Cave of Hearths, Hutjiespunt and

Swartkrans, South Africa (Prof V.A. Tobias, Dr L.

Joint Research Projects undertaken with universities, CSIRO and other institutions

Berger, Department of Anatomy, Medical School, University of the Witwatersrand, Prof J. Parkington,

Department of Archaeology, Cape Town University,

Dr F. Thakeray, Transvaal Museum, Pretoria), Skhul,

Israel (Dr J. Pilbeam, Peabody Museum, Harvard University and Prof O. Bar-Yosef, Department of

Anthropology, Harvard University), Tabun (Prof C.B.

Stringer, Natural History Museum, London) and Atapuerca, Spain (Dr J.L. Arsuaga, Department of

Palaeontology, Universidad Compultense, Madrid and

Dr J. Bermudes de Castro, Museo de Ciencias Naturales, Madrid). He continues his collaboration with Prof

Bershov, Dr A. Gurbanov, Institute of the Geology of

Ore Deposits, Moscow and Dr D. Koshchug, Moscow

State University. Samples from the Eldzhurtinskiy granite complex have been employed to esablish which surface sampling techniques can be used for ESR studies of cooling and denudation rates. Samples were also collected from the Elbrus for the reconstruction of the eruption history of Europe’s highest volcano.

Prof R. GRÜN, Prof M McCULLOCH and Dr N.

Spooner are collaborators in Prof Miller’s (Department of Geological Sciences, University of Colorado at Boulder) successful NSF application “Megafauna

Extinction, Ecosystem Disruption, and Climate

Change in Australia: Assessing the Human Factor”.

C. HEATH has commenced a PhD study of the “Origin and composition of ore-forming fluids in the giant

Golden Mile gold deposit, Kalgoorlie” in collaboration with Kalgoorlie Consolidated Gold Mines. The project is being supported by a grant to Drs Campbell and Palin through the SPIRT program.

E HENDY, Prof M. McCULLOCH and Dr M. GA-

GAN continued collaborative work with Drs J. Lough,

D. Barnes and P. Isdale. Hendy’s PhD research is a central project of the AUSCORE (AUStralian COral

REcords) initiative to demonstrate that corals accurately record common climate signals and can document decadal to centennial climate variability in the Great

Barrier Reef over the last 400 years.

Dr J. HERMANN collaborated with Dr O. Müntener,

Geologisches Institut, ETH-Zürich, Switzerland, on the differentiation of mafic magma at the continental crust-mantle boundary and the exhumation of lower crust and upper mantle during rifting; with Prof R.

Compagnoni, University of Torino, Italy, on the features of ultra-high pressure metamorphism in the Dora-

Maira Massif; with Prof V. Shatsky and Prof A. Korsakov, Geophysics and Mineralogy, Novosibirsk, Russia, on age and exhumation rate of diamondiferous rocks from the Kokchetav Massif, Khazakhstan; with Dr M.

Scambelluri, University of Genova, Italy, on subduction related structures in the Erro-Tobbio unit, Western

Alps and on constraints on subduction zone fluids derived from the high pressure break down of serpentinites; with Dr B. Cesare, University of Padova,

Italy, on magmatic and metamorphic evolution of mafic cumulates of the Tauern window, Alps and with Dr

Igor Villa, University of Bern, Switzerland, on dating of multiply-zoned amphiboles.

Dr G.O. HUGHES is collaborating with M. Barry and

Prof G. Ivey of the Centre for Water Research, University of Western Australia, on aspects of mixing due to turbulence in stratified fluid.

Dr G.O. HUGHES continued a collaboration with Dr

S.B. Dalziel, Department of Applied Mathematics and

Theoretical Physics, University of Cambridge, Dr P.F.

Linden, Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, University of California San Diego, and Dr

B.R. Sutherland, Department of Mathematical Sciences, University of Alberta. They are studying the evolution of internal gravity waves in a stratified fluid and mixing due to stratified turbulence.

Prof B.L.N. KENNETT has continued to provide support to the Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty

(CTBT) Organisation in Vienna. With J. Grant in

Tennant Creek he has been involved in the process of the upgrade of the Warramunga Array to meet the requirements of the treaty for both seismic and infrasonic recording. The infrasound upgrade was completed in

October. Certification of both arrays will occur soon following the completion of authentication procedures for the data being transmitted by satellite to Vienna. He was also a member of the review team for the International Data Centre for the CTBT carried out over a two-week period at the beginning of November.

Prof B.L.N. KENNETT is President of the International Association for Seismology and the Physics of the

Earth’s Interior (IASPEI) and in that position is a member of the Executive Committee of the International

Union of Geodesy and Geophysics (IUGG).

Prof B.L.N. KENNETT has established collaborative links with the Earthquake Research Institute, University of Tokyo for the Ocean Hemisphere Project (Prof Y.

Fukao) and the study of strong ground motion (Dr K.

Koketsu, Dr T. Furamura).

Dr R.C. KERR continued a collaboration with Dr S.J.

Barnes of Division and Exploration and Mining, Perth, in modelling komatiite lava emplacement and thermal erosion at Perserverance, Western Australia.

Dr R.C. KERR continued a collaboration with Dr

C.M. Lesher, Mineral Exploration Research Centre,

Laurentian University, and Dr D.A. Williams, Department of Geology, Arizona State University, in developing and applying numerical models of the submarine flow of komatiite lavas.

Prof K. LAMBECK is a member of the EPILOG steering committee (climate and environment during the

Last Glacial Maximum), of the BALTEEM working group (Palaeoenvironment and Palaeoclimate of the

Baltic during the Last Interglacial), an associate member of the Canadian Institute for Advanced Research, and a

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Sweden, United Kingdom, Switzerland and the United

States.

Dr F.E.M. LILLEY is collaborating with Dr A. White of Flinders University and Dr G. Heinson of Adelaide

University in a number of marine electromagnetic studies, the most recent of which is OCELOT2000.

Dr F.E.M. LILLEY and Dr A.P. HITCHMAN continued collaboration with Dr P. Milligan of AGSO on the use of aeromagnetic crossover misfits as data of opportunity for studying electromagnetic induction in the

Earth.

Dr F.E.M. LILLEY is collaborating with Prof J.T.

Weaver of the University of Victoria, Canada, on methods for the analysis of magnetotelluric data. Dr Lilley is collaborating with Assoc Prof I.J. Ferguson of the University of Manitoba, Canada, on the interpretation of magnetotelluric data from western Queensland. Dr Lilley is collaborating with Dr M.R. Ingham of Victoria

University of Wellington, New Zealand, on E-Map methods of magnetotelluric investigation.

Prof M. McCULLOCH collaborates with Dr M.

Kingsford from the Department of Biology, University of Sydney, on trace element analyses of fish otoliths, Dr

C. Murray-Wallace, Department of Geosciences, University of Wollongong, to date marine sequences in the

Spencer Gulf, and Dr K. Moriarty and Dr R. Wells,

Flinders University, to date faunal remains from Naracoorte Cave. He is also collaborating with Dr T.

Tentori from Central Queensland University, Rockhampton, on trace element analyses of sclerites from soft corals.

Prof M. McCULLOCH has continued his collaboration with Dr A. Tudhope from the University of

Edinburgh on U-series dating fossil corals from the uplifted coral terraces at Huon Peninsula Papua New

Guinea. Collaboration continues with Prof U. Radtke from Köln Unversity, Germany. He is also working with Dr Ingram, University of California at Berkeley, in a National Geographic sponsored project on coral bleaching in the southern Pacific.

Prof I. McDOUGALL and Dr W.J. Dunlap have collaborated closely with S. McLaren, a PhD student in the

Department of Geology and Geophysics, University of

Adelaide, and with Dr M. Sandiford, on a thermochronological study of part of the northern Flinders

Ranges, South Australia. Prof McDougall is working closely with Dr R. Watkins, Curtin University of Technology, on a project dealing with the mid-Cenozoic and younger history of the northern Kenya Rift, east of Lake

Turkana. He also continued a collaboration with Dr G.

Acton, formerly of the University of New England, on dating Cenozoic volcanic rocks in eastern Australia, to better define the polar wander path of Australia.

Prof I. McDOUGALL accepted an invitation to participate in a collaborative research project with Dr B.

Robineau and Dr P. Bachélery, Université de La Réunion, on further studies of the history of the volcanoes of

La Réunion, Indian Ocean. A two-week visit was made in July, fortuitously coinciding with the declining stages of a volcanic eruption from the active volcano, Piton de la Fournaise. He was privileged to undertake extensive field work during the visit; this included the opportunity to appreciate some of the considerable advances in understanding of the geology of La Réunion since he worked there more than 30 years ago. He also maintains an active collaboration with Prof F.H. Brown of the

University of Utah that deals with numerical time scale studies of stratigraphic sequences in Kenya and Ethiopia in relation to hominid evolution. This work is also linked with that of Dr M.G. Leakey of the National

Museums of Kenya. A collaborative project with Dr D.

Karner, Dr P. Renne and T. Becker of the University of

California, Berkeley and the Berkeley Geochronology

Center on the usefulness of the high potassium mineral, leucite, as a potential standard for dating Quaternary rocks by the

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Ar method, was successfully completed during the year, as was a project collaboration with Prof W.J. Verwoerd and Dr L. Chevallier, University of Stellenbosch, on K-Ar dating of Marion Island, a

Quaternary shield volcano in the Southern Ocean.

H. McGREGOR and Dr M. GAGAN continued collaborative research with Drs G. Brunskill, J. Lough and

D. Barnes. Ms. McGregor's PhD research is part of

Project TROPICS (Tropical River-Ocean Processes in

Coastal Settings) and aims to use corals to reconstruct the mid-Holocene climate of the Western Pacific Warm

Pool north of Papua New Guinea.

Dr H. McQUEEN and Prof K. LAMBECK collaborated with Prof T. Sato of the National Astronomical

Observatory of Japan in operating and analysing a Superconducting Gravimeter at Mt Stromlo to monitor dynamic processes in the Earth. The former also collaborated with Dr M. Amalvict of the Université Louis

Pasteur in Strasbourg on FG5 Absolute gravimeter calibrations at Mt Stromlo.

Dr C.E. MARTIN collaborates with Dr D. Al Bakri and Alma Joglekar, Orange Agricultural College, The

University of Sydney, on elemental and isotopic tracers of the sources of phosphorus in the Orange water supply catchment. (Dr Martin is acting as Assoc Supervisor for Joglekar’s PhD research).

Dr C.E. MARTIN continued to collaborate with R.

Syzmczak on studies of the noble metal geochemistry of riverine and estuarine waters that were collected in Papua New Guinea on cruises of the R/V Franklin as part of Project TROPICS (Tropical River-Ocean Processes in Continental Settings).

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Dr C.E. MARTIN continued to collaborate with Dr G.

Brunskill on studies of the geochemistry of platinumgroup elements and Os isotopic systematics in riverine and estuarine sediments from Papua New Guinea.

Dr C.E. MARTIN and Prof M. McCULLOCH continued their collaboration with Drs C. Wilson, P.

Wallbrink, and J. Olley (Land and Water) on tracing the sources and transport of sediment and associated phosphorus in Australian rivers. Dr Martin is also collaborating with Dr R. Oliver (Murray-Darling

Freshwater Research Centre) on an investigation of the uptake of trace elements by the blue-green “algae” (cyanobacteria) Anabena.

Dr C.E. MARTIN continued her collaboration with

Drs B, Peucker-Ehrenbrink and G, Ravizza, Woods

Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, in studies of the

Os isotope and platinum-group element geochemistry of sediments and natural waters. Dr Martin is a member of the international project TROPICS working group, which is studying the physical and chemical oceanography and sedimentology of the coastal margins of Papua

New Guinea.

Dr C. MÉRIAUX continued a collaboration with Dr

J.R. Lister, Institute of Theoretical Geophysics, University of Cambridge, on the propagation of dykes in the

Earth’s crust.

Dr H. O’NEILL and W.O. HIBBERSON continued to collaborate with Dr I.E. Grey of the Division of Minerals on a study of novel crystalline phases synthesised at very high pressures in the system CaO-Al

2

O

3

-SiO

2

. Dr

O’Neill also continued his collaboration with Dr M.I.

Pownceby of the Division of Minerals on the experimental calibration of solid-state redox sensors, and on

Fe

2+

/Mg partitioning between co-existing minerals.

Dr H. O’NEILL is collaborating with Dr S. Redfern,

University of Cambridge, on neutron-diffraction studies of order-disorder phenomena in spinels and other minerals. He is working with Prof H. Palme, Universität zu Köln, on trace element partitioning in chondritic meteorites, and with Prof S. Chakraborty,

Ruhr-Universität Bochum, on a laser ablation ICP-MS study of trace-element partitioning in metamorphic rocks.

Dr J.M. PALIN provided sulfur isotope data for M. Kilby of the Australian National University Department of

Geology as part of her honours project on the environmental geochemistry of sulfur around the Ranger uranium mine, Northern Territory.

Dr D. PHILLIPS collaborated with Dr I. Cartwright and C. Read of Monash University on the Arunta

Block, Dr C. Fergusson from the University of Wollongong and Prof R. Offler of the University of Newcastle on the Lachlan Belt and with A. Rae from the University of Tasmania on Philippine volcanics.

Dr D. PHILLIPS has participated in collaborative studies with the Australian Geological Survey Organisation as well as the Geological Surveys of South Australia, the

Northern Territories and Western Australia. He also collaborated with a number of Australian exploration and mining companies.

Dr D. PHILLIPS participated in collaborative research projects with Dr J. Vry of Victoria University of Wellington, Prof J.S. Marsh of Rhodes University, South

Africa, Dr C. DeLor of BRGM, France, Dr I. Basson of

Mineral Services, South Africa and Dr J. Goodge of the

Southern Methodist University, Dallas.

As leader of the regolith dating project with the CRC for Landscape Evolution & Mineral Exploration, Dr B.

PILLANS collaborated with Dr P. O’Sullivan and Dr

B. Kohn, University of Melbourne and Prof R. Bourman, University of South Australia.

Dr PILLANS is leader of the dating project in CRC

LEME and is primarily responsible for dating regolith materials by paleomagnetic techniques.

Dr B. PILLANS continued his collaboration with Dr A.

Bateman (Kalgoorlie Consolidated Gold Mines) in paleomagnetic dating of regolith at Mt Percy mine,

Kalgoorlie

Dr B. PILLANS continued his collaboration with Drs

B. Alloway, A. Beu, and T. Naish, Institute of Geological & Nuclear Sciences, on Plio-Pleistocene stratigraphy of Wanganui Basin, New Zealand. He also collaborated with Dr G.W. Berger, Desert Research Institute, Reno, and Drs P. Tonkin and P. Almond,

Lincoln University, on luminescence dating of New

Zealand loess.

B. ROHRLACH and Drs I.H. CAMPBELL, R.R.

LOUCKS, J.M. PALIN and Prof I. McDOUGALL have continued their collaboration with WMC Resources Ltd in the study of the Tampakan Cu-au deposit ore district in southern Nindanao, Philippines.

Dr D. RUBATTO collaborated with Dr I. S. Buick from La Trobe University, Victoria, on the geochronology and geological evolution of the Reynolds Range

(central Australia), as delineated by U-bearing minerals during prograde metamorphism and anatexis, and recently commenced a joint project with Prof D. Ellis and

Dr L. Zhang (Department of Geology) to constrain the age of high pressure metamorphism in the Tianshan belt of NW China.

Dr D. RUBATTO continued her collaboration with

Prof V. Tromsdorff from the Institute for Mineralogy and Petrology, ETH, Zürich, on the geochronology of peridotite bodies from the Alps and South Spain. Her project on the geochronology of the Argentera Massif

(Western Alps) in collaboration with Dr B. Lombardo,

Dr F. Colombo and Prof R. Compagnoni from Torino

University has been completed, whilst the collaboration with Dr B. Cesare from the University of Padova con-

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She also works with Dr D. Castelli from Torino University, Italy, on the petrology and geochemistry of metamorphic titanite.

Dr N. SPOONER collaborates with Prof A. Anderson,

RSPAS, the Australian National University, on optical dating of megafaunal extinction event, Fiji, Prof J.

Bowler, University of Melbourne on optical dating at

Lake Mungo, Dr Philip Hughes, Consultant, on optical and carbon dating at Lake George: a reassessment of the regional palaeohydrology and palaeoclimate in the late

Quaternary and Dr J. Magee, Department of Geology,

The Faculties, the Australian National University on the paleohydrology of the Lake Eyre basin and megafaunal extinction.

Dr N. SPOONER collaborates with Dr J. Olley of Division of Land and Water, on optical dating on the

Murrumbidgee floodplains, which involves a comparison between single and multiple-grain dating.

Dr N. SPOONER collaborates with Prof A. Franklin,

University of Maryland on the kinetics of red quartz luminescence and numerical modelling and with Prof G.

Miller, University of Colorado at Boulder on optical dating of the Genyornis newtoni extinction event. He is

Assoc Investigator of a successful NERC (UK) grant with Dr Turney, University of London on “The human colonisation of Australia: Breaking the 40 ka BP radiocarbon barrier”.

Dr P. TREGONING is collaborating with Dr R.

Govind of the Australian Surveying and Land Information Group to analyse the co-seismic movement of the

GPS site at the Cocos Islands after the June 18 earthquake.

Dr P. TREGONING has continued his cooperation with Drs R. King, T. Herring and S. McClusky of the department of Earth, Atmospheric and Planetary Sciences, Massachusetts Institute of Technology in the development and testing of the GAMIT GPS software.

He also continued to collaborate with R. Curley, Department of Surveying and Land Studies, The Papua

New Guinea University of Technology, and S. Saunders, Rabaul Volcano Observatory, in the ongoing measuring of tectonic motion in Papua New Guinea.

Prof J.S. TURNER continued his collaborations with

Prof G. Veronis, Yale University. Their study of double-diffusive intrusions has been extended to explore further the differences between isolated sources of salt or sugar sources flowing into homogeneous solutions of the other. Work on the production of vortex rings, with

Prof P.F. Linden, University of California, San Diego, has led to insight into the swimming mechanisms of fish and other marine organisms, and application of these concepts to the design of propulsion devices.

Dr I.S. WILLIAMS continued his collaboration with

Prof B.W. Chappell, Macquarie University, and Prof

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Sciences, in a study of the evolution of the Lachlan Fold

Belt as recorded in zircon preserved in igneous and sedimentary rocks; with Dr P. Blevin, ANU Geology

Department, in the study of magmatism associated with

Palaeozoic mineralization in NSW; and with Dr I.

Buick, La Trobe University, and J. Miller, Monash

University, in the study of metamorphism in central

Australia and South Africa. Dr Williams also renewed his collaboration with Prof J. Hergt, Melbourne University, in the study of the Tasmanian Dolerites, with

Dr W. Collins, University of Newcastle, in the study of the history of high-grade metamorphism in the southern Arunta, central Australia, and with Prof M.J.

Rickard, University of Newcastle, in the study of inherited zircon in granite from Fiji.

Dr I.S. WILLIAMS continued his longstanding collaboration with Australian Scientific Instruments (now a proprietary limited subsidiary of A

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Pty Ltd) in the manufacture and marketing of SHRIMP ion microprobes. Over a two-week period in March-April he visited the National Institute of Polar Research, Tokyo, with J. Hyder, ASI, to set up procedures for stable isotope analysis using the new NIPR SHRIMP II.

Dr I.S. WILLIAMS continued his collaboration with

Prof H. Zeck, Copenhagen University, in the use of zircon inheritance in Miocene igneous rocks from southern Spain to study the processes of magma genesis, and with Dr J. Goodge, Southern Methodist University, Dallas, on the provenance of late Proterozoic and early Palaeozoic sediments of the Beardmore Group and elsewhere in the Transantarctic Mountains. He spent two weeks in Tokyo working with Dr K. Shiraishi and

Dr K. Misawa, National Institute of Polar Research, on

SHRIMP analysis of the oxygen isotopic composition of meteorites, and also undertook small collaborative studies in zircon geochronology with Dr U. Pöller, Max

Plank Institute, Mainz, Dr K. Burke, University of

Houston and Dr J. Kraus, Mobil Exploration Ventures,

Dallas.

Research School of Information

Sciences and Engineering

Computer Sciences Laboratory

Data Segmentation by Dr Peter BARTLETT with Dr

Adam Kowalczyk (Telstra Research Laboratories, Melbourne, VIC)

Techniques for Combining Learning Systems for Regression and Density Estimation by Dr Peter

BARTLETT with Dr Marcus Frean and Prof Tom

Downs (University of Queensland, Brisbane, QLD)

Neural Network Learning by Dr Peter BARTLETT with Dr Martin Anthony (London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK)

Joint Research Projects undertaken with universities, CSIRO and other institutions

Complexity of Learning by Dr Peter BARTLETT with

Dr Shai Ben-David (Israel Institute of Technology

(Technion), Haifa, Israel)

Uniform Convergence by Dr Peter BARTLETT with

Dr Gabor Lugosi (Pompeu Fabra University, Barcelona, Spain)

Logics for Hybrid Systems by Dr Jennifer DAVOREN with Prof Anil Nerode (Cornell University, Ithaca,

USA)

Logical Methods for Hybrid Systems by Dr Jennifer

DAVOREN and Dr Thomas MOOR (SE) with Prof

Gerardo Lafferriere (Portland State University, Portland, USA), Dr George Pappas (University of

Pensylvania, Philadelphia, USA)

Modular and Hierarchical Control of Hybrid Systems by Dr Jennifer DAVOREN and Dr Thomas MOOR

(SE) with Dr Jorg Raisch (Max Planck Institut, city, country)

Investigating ATP Progress in the Light of TPTP Data by Dr Matthias FUCHS with Dr Geoff Sutcliffe (James

Cook University, Townsville, QLD)

Concurrent Constraint Programming and Display Logic by Dr Rajeev GORÉ with Dr Francois Fages

(Departement de Informatique, Ecolé Normale Superiéure, Paris, France)

Extending Display Calculi by Dr Rajeev GORÉ with

Dr Stéphane Demri (Laboratoire LEINBIZ, CNRS,

Paris, France)

Proof Theory of Nonclassical Logics by Dr Rajeev

GORÉ with Prof Hiroakira Ono (Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, Kanazawa, Japan)

Computational Interpretations of Intuitionistic Tense

Logics by Dr Rajeev GORÉ with Dr Jean Goubault-

Larrecq (GIE Dyade, Paris, France)

Propositional Logics on the Computer by Dr Rajeev

GORÉ with Prof Gerhard Jaeger (Institute of Applied

Mathematics, University of Berne, Switzerland)

Knowledge Representation for Machine Learning by

Prof John LLOYD with Dr Christophe Giraud-Carrier

(University of Bristol, Bristol, UK), Dr Antony Bowers

(STMicroelectronics Ltd, Bristol, UK)

Points at the Intersection of Relevant and Combinatory

Logics by Emeritus Prof Robert MEYER with Assoc

Prof Martin Bunder (University of Wollongong, Wollongong, NSW)

Joint Audio-Visual Evidence in Speech by Dr Bruce

MILLAR with Dr Gerard Bailly (Université Stendhal,

Grenoble, France), Dr Jordi Robert-Ribes (Cable and

Wireless Optus, Sydney, NSW)

Web-Accessible Descriptive Schemes for Spoken Language Data by Dr Bruce MILLAR with Dr Toomas

Altosaar (Helsinki University of Technology, Helsinki,

Finland)

Modelling of Audio-Video Characterisation of the

Speaking Face by Dr Bruce MILLAR and Roland

GÖCKE with Prof Cheol-Woo Jo (Changwon National University, Changwon, Korea)

Combinatorial Optimisation and Decision Problems by

Dr John SLANEY with Dr Sylvie Thiébaux and Dr Phil

Kilby (CSIRO Mathematical and Information Sciences, Canberra)

Department of Systems Engineering

Department of Systems Engineering: collaborative agreement with Volvo ABB, Sweden.

Control Relevant System Metrics for Model Validation by Prof Brian ANDERSON, Dr Thomas BRINS-

MEAD with Dr Franky De Bruyne (Siemens,

Huizingen, Belgium)

Safe (Cautious) Multiple Model Adaptive Control by

Prof Brian ANDERSON, Dr Thomas BRINSMEAD with Dr Subhrakanti Dey (University of Melbourne),

Dr Joao Hespanha, (University of Southern California

LA, USA), Dr Daniel Liberzon (Yale University, USA),

Prof A.S. Morse (Yale University, USA), Dr Franky De

Bruyne (Siemens, Huizingen, Belgium)

Stochastic Control with Multipicative Noise by Prof

John MOORE with Dr Mustapha Ait Rami, Prof

Xunyu Zhou (Chinese University of Hong Kong)

Human-Machine Interaction by Prof Alexander ZE-

LINSKY, Dr Sebastien ROUGEAUX with Volvo ABB

(Sweden)

Vision-Based Mobile Robot Navigation by Prof Alexander ZELINSKY, Simon THOMPSON, Luke

FLETCHER with Prof Mandyam Srinivasan (RSBS,

ANU), Dr Toshihiro Matsui (ETL, Japan)

Logical Foundations of Hybrid Dynamical Systems by

Dr Jennifer DAVOREN (CSL), Dr Thomas MOOR

(SE), Dr Rajeev GORÉ (CSL), Dr Jeremy DAWSON

(CSL), Nicolette BONNETTE (CSL) with V. Coultard (Department of Mathematics, ANU), Dr George

Pappas (University of Pennsylvania, USA), Prof Gerardo Lafferriere (Portland State University, USA), Prof

Anil Nerode (Cornell University, USA), Greg O’Keefe

(University of Tasmania, 2000-2001 summer scholar)

Modular and Hierarchical Control of Hybrid Systems by Dr Thomas MOOR (SE), Dr Jennifer DAVOREN

(CSL), Prof Brian ANDERSON (SE), Matthew

SMITH (SE) with Dr Jörg Raisch (Max Planck Institut für Dynamik Komplexer Technischer Systeme, Magdeburg, Germany)

Autonomous Submersible Robot by Dr David WET-

TERGREEN, Prof Alexander ZELINSKY, Chris

GASKETT, Peter BROWN with Chanop Silpa-Anan

(FEIT, ANU), Prof Hugh Durrant-Whyte (University of Sydney, Sydney), BEI Electronics Inc (California,

USA) Donner Wind River Systems (California, USA)

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Human-Robot Cooperative Systems by Prof Alexander

ZELINSKY, Jochen HEINZMANN, Rowel ATIEN-

ZA, Timothy EDWARDS with ACSys (Canberra)

Department of Telecommunications

Engineering

Higher Order Soundfield Microphones by Dr Thushara ABHAYAPALA with Dr Robert Williamson (FEIT,

ANU), Dr Gary Elko (Bell Laboratories, Lucent Technologies, Murray Hill, US)

Sound Field Reproduction Using an Array of Loudspeakers by Dr Thushara ABHAYAPALA with Dr

Darren Ward (Imperial College, London, UK)

Robustness of Optimal Detectors in Wireless Channels to a Channel Autocovariance Mismatch by Dr Brian

HART with Dr Iain Collings (University of Sydney,

Sydney)

Writing four book chapters on Equalisation for Wireless Channels by Dr Brian HART with Prof Desmond

Taylor (University of Canterbury, Christchurch, New

Zealand), Dr Giorgio Vitetta (University of Modena,

Italy), Dr Aarne Mammela (VTT Electronics, The

Technical Research Centre of Finland, Finland)

Data Detection and Channel Estimation by Dr Brian

HART with Prof Subbarayan Pasupathy (University of

Toronto, Canada)

Adaptive Receivers for Wireless Multimedia Applications by Prof Rodney KENNEDY with Dr Predrag

Rapajic (University of New South Wales), NEC

(Melbourne)

Performance Improvement of xDSL and Cable Modems for Internet Service Delivery in the Presence of

Noise by Prof Rodney KENNEDY with A/Prof Lei

Wei (University of Wollongong), Motorola (Sydney)

Improved Digital Television (Phase 2) by Prof Rodney

KENNEDY, Dr Brian HART, Dr Thushara ABHAY-

APALA with Prof Richard Johnson (Cornell

University, Ithaca, New York, USA) Prof William

Sethares (University of Wisconsin, Madison, USA),

News Limited (Sydney, NSW)

Collaborative Research, Development and Commercialisation Agreement (Phase 3) by Prof Rodney

KENNEDY, Dr Brian HART, Dr Thushara ABHAY-

APALA with Dr Robert Williamson (FEIT), Prof

Richard Johnson (Cornell University, Ithaca, New

York, USA) Prof William Sethares (University of Wisconsin, Madison, USA), Philips Laboratories (Briarcliff,

New York, USA), Fox Television Stations Inc. (California, USA)

Collaborative Research, Development and Commercialisation Agreement (Phase 4) by Prof Rodney

KENNEDY, Dr Thushara ABHAYAPALA, Dr Robert

WILLIAMSON with Prof Richard Johnson (Cornell

University, Ithaca, New York, USA) Prof William

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Sethares (University of Wisconsin, Madison, USA),

Philips Laboratories (Briarcliff, New York, USA), Fox

Television Stations Inc. (California, USA)

John Curtin School of Medical

Research

Most of our collaborative research projects are with other Australian universities or bodies or international institutions. However, in 2000 we were involved in more than 20 collaborations within the ACT, either intra campus or with the Canberra Hospital or CSIRO.

These included several between Dr GREADY'S Computational Molecular Biology and the ANU

Supercomputer Facility, Prof YOUNG and the Protein

Structure Group at RSC on the structure of the IL-5 receptor and Dr HUTTLEY’S with Prof Sue Wilson of the School of Mathematical Sciences. Prof Kiaran

KIRK, Head of BAMBI is a member of the Director's

Research Advisory Board.

More than 100 research projects are being conducted in collaboration with scientists from other Australian or overseas research institutions. These are all listed in our full Annual Report which can be viewed at < http://jcsmr.anu.edu.au

>. A few illustrative examples may be mentioned here:

Gene mapping, gene expression profiling and protein profiling of mouse mutation on an array of arrays by

Prof C GOODNOW with Dr Mark Chee, Illumina,

Inc, San Diego.

Neuromuscular growth factors by Prof I A HENDRY with Dr Ian MacLennan, Department of Anatomy,

University of Otago.

The mechanism of nuclear transport and role in infection of the NS5 polymerase protein of Dengue virus by

Prof DA JANS with Dr S Vasudevan, Biochemistry &

Molecular Biology, James Cook University of North

Queensland.

Investigation into immunogenicity of DNA vaccines by

Prof I RAMSHAW with Prof H Robinson, Department of Pathology, University of Massachusetts,

Worcester, MA USA.

The role of chemokines in the rejection of pig proislet xenografts by Dr C SIMEONOVIC with Dr William

A Kuziel, section of MolecularGenetics and Microbiology, University of Texas at Austin.

Onset of ACTH hypertension by ProfJ WHIT-

WORTH with Prof Rick Jackson, Dept of Medicine,

University of QLD.

Joint Research Projects undertaken with universities, CSIRO and other institutions

Research School of Pacific and Asian

Studies

Division of Economics

ATHUKORALA, Dr P-C: Capital mobility, crisis and adjustment in Malaysia, with M Yap, Malaysian Institute of Economic Research; Processed food exports from developing countries, with A Gulati, Institute of

Economic Growth, Delhi, Bhanupong Nidhiprobha,

Tamassat University, Thailand, and S K Jayasuriya, La

Trobe University.

DRYSDALE, Prof P, : Financial markets and policies in

East Asia, with R Gibbs, Macquarie Bank, D Wilson,

Goldman Sachs, H W Chung, Korea Institute of Finance, Dr R Rajan, University of Adelaide, Prof E

Sakakibara, Keio University, Dr S Grenville, Reserve

Bank of Australia, Prof M Kawai, The World Bank,

Prof K Inoue, Kobe University, Dr R Y Siregar, National University of Singapore, Dr M Pangestu, Centre for

Strategic and International Studies, Dr M Habir,

PEFINDO, D Nellor, International Monetary Fund,

Dr K Henry, The Treasury, G Debelle, Reserve Bank of

Australia, Prof C-M Hsu, National Taiwan University,

B McCauley, Bank of International Settlements, Prof A

Grimes, National Institute of Policy Studies, Prof G

Fan, National Economic Research Institute, Prof B Nidhiprabha, Thammasat University, Dr R Glick, Federal

Reserve Bank of San Francisco, Dr N K Jin, National

University of Singapore, Dr J-W Lee, Korea University,

Dr M Crosby, University of Melbourne, M Sherwin,

Reserve Bank of New Zealand, M Blejer, International

Monetary Fund, Dr H Soesastro, Centre for Strategic and International Studies, Jakarta; Achieving high growth: experience of transitional economies in East

Asia, with Dr Y Huang, Salomon Smith Barney, Prof M

Kawai, The World Bank, Prof D Perkins, Harvard University, Prof W T Woo, University of California, Davis,

Prof J Bonin, Wesleyan University, Dr W Martin, The

World Bank, Dr M Graham, Institute for International

Economics, Prof S Urata, Waseda University, L

Harkim, The World Bank, Prof W Hai, Peking University, Dr L Sun, Institute for Applied Systems Analysis,

Dr C Feng, Academy of Social Sciences, Dr J Riedel,

John Hopkins University, Dr L D Doanh, Central Institute of Economic Management, R Luanglatbandith,

National Statistical Centre, Laos, Dr S Hach, Cambodian Development Research Institute, Dr J Menon,

Asian Development Bank, Dr B Hitchcock, Asian Development Bank, Dr C K Quinones, Mercy Corps

International, B Babson, The World Bank, Dr M Than,

Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, I Okamoto, Institute of Developing Economies, B Lintner, Far Eastern

Economic Review; Future financial arrangements in

East Asia, with H Kuroda, Ministry of Finance, Prof T

Ito, Ministry of Finance, Prof J Goto, Kobe University,

Prof E Ogawa, Hitotsubashi University, Prof N Yoshino, Keio University, R Battellino, Reserve Bank of

Australia, Dr D Gruen, Reserve Bank of Australia, Dr K

Henry, The Treasury, P Furnell, The Treasury, Dr R

Rajan, University of Adelaide; Bank rescue packages in

Japan and Asia, with Dr J Corbett, Nissan Institute,

Oxford University, Dr E Sakakibara, Keio University,

Prof D Vines, Oxford University, Dr P Dee, Productivity Commission, Prof R Snape, Productivity

Commission; Key issues for East Asian food sector, with

Prof M Honma, Seikei University, Dr R Stringer, University of Adelaide, D Stokes, Productivity

Commission, J Kennedy, Supermarket to Asia, J Davis,

RIRDC; APEC agenda for 2001 Summit, with Prof Y

Zhang, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, Dr L Jianren, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, X Zhou,

Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, C Luzhi, China

Institute for International Studies, Prof L R Lin, Nankai University.

FANE, Dr G: Liberalisation of exchange controls in

Bangladesh, with Dr H Ahammad, Economic Research

Centre, University of Western Australia; Analysis of welfare changes in computable general equilibrium models, with Dr H Ahammad, Economic Research

Centre, University of Western Australia.

HILL, Prof H: Philippine Economy Project, with Prof

A Balisacan, University of the Philippines; East Timor: an economic policy framework for rapid growth, with J

Saldanha, University of California, San Diego; examiner, PhD theses, La Trobe University and Adelaide

University; member, Review Committee, Australian

Centre for Korean Studies, Griffith University.

KALIRAJAN, Dr K P: Singapore economy: key issues for the 21 st

century, with Prof B Rao and Prof G Shantakumar, Department of Economics, National

University of Singapore; Sources of growth in East Asia, with Prof N Singh, Department of Economics, University of California, Santa Cruz; Accelerating growth through globalising Indian agriculture, with Prof U

Sankar, Madras School of Economics, Chennai, India.

McKIBBIN, Prof W: Global dimensions of demographic change, with Dr R Bryant, Brookings

Institution; Economics for an integrated world, with

Prof P Wilcoxen, University of Texas at Austin; Global costs of policies to reduce Greenhouse gas emissions, with Dr R Shackleton, US Environmental Protection

Agency; Monetary and fiscal policy rules in the European Union, with Prof R Neck, University of Klagenfurt,

Austria; Monetary and fiscal policy rules in the European Union, with G Haber, University of Klagenfurt; The need for both intertemporal optimisation and stickiness in Real World Policy Model, with Prof D Vines, Oxford University; The gains from trade liberalization with endogenous productivity and risk premia effects, with Dr A Stoeckel, Centre for International Economics, Canberra; Greenhouse Gas Policy in Australia, with

D Pearce, Centre for International Economics, Canberra; Global costs of policies to reduce Greenhouse gas emissions, with Dr P Bagnoli, Department of Finance,

Canada; The gains from trade liberalization with en-

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K K Tang, University of Queensland.

McLEOD, Dr R H: Supervisor, PhD candidate, University of Melbourne.

MENG, Dr X: Two-tier labour markets in urban China: occupational segregation and wage differentials between urban residents and rural migrants, with Dr J

Zhang, Chinese University of Hong Kong; The gender earnings gap: effects of institutions and firms – a comparative study of French and Australian private firms, with Dr D Meurs; Labour market integration in urban

China, with Dr M Maurer-Fazio, Bates College, USA, and Dr H Wang, Beijing University, China; Urban unemployment and poverty in China, with Dr S Li,

Institute of Economics, Chinese Academy of Social

Sciences.

SONG, Dr L: Private enterprise development in China: study report, with Dr Y Yao, China Center for Economic Research, Peking University.

WARR, Prof P G: Policy and economic policy in Indonesia, with Prof K Anderson and G Wittwer, Centre for

International Economics, University of Adelaide; continuing research with Dr B Nidhiprabha, Faculty of

Economics, Thammasat University, Bangkok.

WEN, Dr M: Ownership and technical efficiency – a cross-section study on the third industrial census of

China, with Dr D Li, Texas A&M University, and Prof

P Lloyd, University of Melbourne; Push or pull? The relationship between development, trade and resource endowment, with Prof S King, University of Melbourne; Excess capacity investment: government versus private firms, with Dr D Sasaki, University of Exeter;

Spatial distribution of manufacturing in China, with Dr

M Amiti, University of Melbourne.

WOLFF, L: Japanese legal historiography, with Dr P

Schmidt, Centre for Asian and Pacific Legal Systems,

Faculty of Law, University of Sydney; Japanese legal abbreviations, with Assoc Prof L Nottage, Faculty of Law,

Kyushu University; Comparative corporate compliance, with Dr C Parker, School of Law, The University of New South Wales.

Division of Pacific and Asian History

BALLARD, Dr C: Colonial exploration of Dutch New

Guinea, with Dr A Ploeg, Utrecht University, Netherlands; member, research committee for the ‘The Race for the Snow Mountains of West New Guinea’ exhibition, Tropenmuseum, Amsterdam, in conjunction with the Tropen Instituut, Amsterdam, Viewpoint Productions Pty Ltd, Amsterdam, and the Royal Geographical

Society, London; technical advisor on the documentary film Freeport, the Amungme, and the Mountains, with

Viewpoint Productions Pty Ltd, Amsterdam, and

Dutch national television; Agreement on a program of international scientific cooperation (Programme International de Cooperation Scientifique [PICS]) on Pacific

88 societies between RSPAS and the Centre de Recherche et de Documentation sur l’Océanie (Marseilles,

France), Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique

(CNRS); Memorandum of Understanding on longterm research collaboration in Irian Jaya, with the Universitas Cenderawasih (Irian Jaya, Indonesia) and the

University of Amsterdam; New Caledonia, with École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales (EHESS) and the Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique

(CNRS), France; ‘Racisms’, with Dr H Jebens, Frobenius Institute, Frankfurt.

BARMÉ, Prof G R: Qing dynasty history and the Yuan

Ming Yuan, with L Conner, New York; History of

Wang Fu Jing, Beijing’s main 20th century commercial centre, with S Ye; Digital Encyclopaedia Project, with the Long Bow Group, Boston, and the digital media faculty at MIT; The Cultural Revolution Documentary

Film Project, with Dr C Hinton and R Gordon, Long

Bow Group, Boston, Prof E Perry, Harvard University,

Prof A Walder, Stanford University, Prof A Nathan,

Columbia University, and other academics in Sweden and Australia; Chinese intellectual history, with Prof Xu

Jilan, Shanghai University; in collaboration with Asian

Studies Association of Australia, organised and interpreted for keynote speaker, Liang Xiaoyan, on ‘Civil

Society in China Today’; Voicing Concerns: Contemporary Chinese Intellectuality, with Dr G Davies,

Monash University.

CHOE-WALL, Dr Y H: Encyclopaedia of Korea, with scholars from Australian and overseas universities.

DENOON, Prof D: Blackwells History of Australasia

Project, with Dr M Wyndham, The Faculties, and Prof

P Mien-Smith, University of Canterbury, Christchurch, NZ; A history of Papua New Guinea, with Dr A

Kituai, University of Papua New Guinea.

DENOON, Prof D, Prof B V LAL, Prof H NELSON,

Dr B DOUGLAS, C WEIR, M MORGAN and T

BALEIWAQA (PAH): Bursting the boundaries: places, persons, gender and disciplines, with Dr G Fry, International Relations, Dr P Turnbull, Centre for Cross– cultural Research, K Teaiwa, Anthropology, RSPAS, G

Rawlings, Pacific Manuscripts Bureau, RSPAS, and Dr

J Martinello and Dr A Chanter, University of Canberra.

ELVIN, Prof J M D: Introduction of the concluding volumes of J Needham et al, Science and Civilisation in

China, in collaboration with the Needham Research

Institute.

JACKSON, Dr P: Geopolitical history of Thai culture,

1850–2000, with Dr R Harrison, Thai Literature,

School of Oriental and African Studies, University of

London.

LAL, Prof B V: Encyclopaedia of the Pacific Islands, with scholars from around the world; Pacific People,

Pacific Places, with Department of History, University of Canterbury.

McCORMACK, Prof G: Situating Okinawa: politics, economy and identity with Dr G Hook and Dr R Siddle, University of Sheffield, UK; discussion meeting at

Seoul National University on shared research interests with Japan specialist scholars of Seoul National University, Sejong Institute, Kookmin University; preliminary meeting in Osaka with President and Vice–President of

Osaka Foreign Studies University, Prof Akagi and Prof

Nishimura, discussing common research agendas and possible cooperation, especially with regard to the Mekong River region.

MORRIS-SUZUKI, Prof T: Multiculturalism in an age of globalisation, with Prof T Iyotani, et al., Hitotsubashi University, Japan; Internationalisation of Japanese science and technology information, with Dr M Low,

University of Queensland, and Prof S Nakayama, et al.,

Kanagawa University, Kanagawa, Japan; Americanisation and East Asia, with Prof T Nakano, Tokyo

University of Foreign Studies, and others; Asia–Pacific network of Asian studies, with 25 representatives from

15 countries.

MORRIS-SUZUKI, Prof T, Prof G McCORMACK and Prof G BARMÉ: New stage of globalization and

Asian societies, with Prof T Saito, Tokyo University of

Foreign Studies, Japan, and the Japanese Ministry of

Education.

NELSON, Prof H: Research into World War II in Papua New Guinea, with the Australian War Memorial; collaboration with the National Museum of Australia and the Centre for Cross–cultural Research, ANU, to provide information for the museum’s opening exhibition.

NELSON, Prof H and Dr K TAMURA: Experiences and participation in World War II in Papua New Guinea, with Dr H Iwamoto, Tsukuba University, Tokyo, and others, including scholars from Papua New

Guinea.

TAMURA, Dr K: Migration in the Asia–Pacific Area, preliminary discussions with the Japan Centre for Area

Studies and the National Museum of Ethnology, Osaka, Japan.

Division of Politics and International

Relations

AMYX, Dr J, Beyond Bilateralism: US–Japan Cooperation / Competition in Asia project (sponsored by the

Japan–US Friendship Commission [JUSFC]), with colleagues in the US (University of California–San Diego,

University of Washington, University of Southern California, Harvard University, Middlebury College) and in Singapore (National University of Singapore) (book in progress, edited by Ellis Krauss and T J Pempel); Japan: the Lost Decade project (sponsored by the

Institute of Social Sciences, Tokyo University) with colleagues in the US (University of California, Berkeley,

Yale University, Purdue University, Harvard Universi-

Joint Research Projects undertaken with universities, CSIRO and other institutions ty, University of Hawaii, Brigham Young University) and in Japan (University of Tokyo, Kobe University,

Sophia University, Aoyama Gakuin University) (book in progress, edited by Nobuhiro Hiwatari); Japan's

Bubble Economy project (sponsored by the National

Institute for Research Advancement (NIRA), Tokyo), with colleagues in Japan (University of Tokyo, Kyoto

University, Keio University, Osaka City University,

Kobe University) and in the US (University of California, San Diego) (book in progress, edited by Michio

Muramatsu and Masahiro Okuno-Fujiwara); Japan's

Economic Crisis: Building a New Model project (sponsored by the US–Japan Foundation) with colleagues in the US (Stanford University, Institute for International

Economics) and in Japan (the National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies, Ministry of Finance) (book in progress, edited by Daniel Okimoto).

COLLIER, Dr C: Supervisor, National Visiting Scholar, University of Adelaide.

CROUCH, Dr H: Director, Indonesia Project, International Crisis Group.

ELLIOTT, Dr L: Non-traditional security issues in

Southeast Asia (Ford Foundation Project), with Institute of Defence and Strategic Studies, Nanyang

Technological University; Engaging governance, with the Centre for International Politics, Department of

Government, University of Manchester.

FRY, G: Contending images of world politics, with Dr

J O’Hagan, Centre for International Studies, University of Southern California; examiner, Honours theses,

Flinders University.

HAMILTON-HART, Dr N: Political economy of finance in Malaysia, with K S Jomo, University of

Malaya.

HARRIS, Prof S: Alliance relationships, with Australian academics and the Kennedy School at Harvard

University.

KERKVLIET, Prof B: Meanings and practices of freedom in Asia and Africa, with colleagues in the US

(Washington, Princeton, Yale, and Columbia Universities, University of Wisconsin, University of California,

Los Angeles) and in the UK (University of London,

Buckingham University); Agricultural collectivization and decollectivization, with colleagues at Hanoi National University; Land policies and related issues, with colleagues at the University of Sydney and the College of Agriculture no. 1, Vietnam; collaborative teaching and staff development: with Prof David Marr, working with colleagues at the Hanoi National University's College of Social Science and Humanities to have visiting fellows and two PhD students from Vietnam at the

ANU (four-year project, funded by Ford Foundation); thesis examiner, PhD dissertation for University of New

South Wales and MA thesis for National University of

Singapore; coordinator for ANU Fellowships for Southeast Asian Studies, which enable graduate students and

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MAY, Dr R J: Muslim autonomy in Mindanao, with associates at P Gowing Memorial Research Center,

Marawi City, Philippines; Regime change and regime maintenance in Asia and the Pacific project, with various institutions in Australia and overseas; Papua New

Guinea election study 1997, with Department of Political and Administrative Studies, University of Papua

New Guinea; Asia Pacific Security Outlook 2001, with

Japan Center for International Exchange, Tokyo, and

East-West Center, Hawaii; member, Asia Pacific Security Outlook (APSO) Project Team; collaborated in a workshop on 'Autonomy and Democracy in Asia and the Pacific', Darwin with Institute for Democracy and

Electoral Assistance, Stockholm, and Centre for Democratic Institutions (CDI), ANU (and currently editing a volume with Ben Reilly, formerly of International Democracy and Electoral Assistance [IDEA]); presented seminars at Aarhus University and at the Department of

Peace and Conflict Research, Uppsala University; contributed to project on language and ethnic conflict, convened by Michael Brown, Georgetown University

(book in press); examined theses for UNSW, La Trobe,

Australian Defence Force Academy.

NOBLE, Dr G: International production networks in the disk drive business, with the University of California, San Diego; Economic engagement between Japan and Asia, with the University of California, Berkeley and Waseda University.

O’COLLINS, Emeritus Prof M: Supervisor, PhD student, University of Western Australia, and Master's student, Australian Catholic University; member, Advisory Board, Australian Catholic University School of

Social Work; provided research and thesis preparation and examination advice to the University of Papua New

Guinea; presented a lecture on 'Equity and Diversity' in the 'Women of Influence' lecture series organised by a joint committee from the Australian National University, the University of Canberra, the Defence Force

Academy UNSW and the Australian Catholic University Canberra Campus; organiser of a workshop on

'Indigenous Issues in Social Work Education', Australian Catholic University, Canberra Campus; held discussions on development issues in the South Pacific with the Dean of Social Welfare, University of California, Berkeley and the Director of the Centre for

Australian and New Zealand Studies, Georgetown University, Washington DC.

REGAN, A: Twenty Years of the PNG Constitution, with Assoc Prof O Jessep, Faculty of Law, University of

New South Wales, and E Kwa, Faculty of Law, University of PNG.

ZHANG, Dr Y: Examiner, MA thesis, School of International Relations, Peking University; supervisor, PhD student, University of Auckland.

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Department of Anthropology

BROOKFIELD, Emeritus Prof H: People, land management and environmental change, with Dr L Jansky,

United Nations University; People, land management and environmental change, with Dr C Padoch, New

York Botanical Garden; People, land management and environmental change, with F Kaihura, Agricultural

Research and Development Institute, Ukirigura, Tanzania; People, land management and environmental change, with Prof M Stocking, University of East Anglia, UK; People, land management and environmental change, with Prof I Boiro, Université de Conakry,

Guinée; People, land management and environmental change, with Prof E A Gyasi, University of Ghana; People, land management and environmental change, with

Dr R M Kiome, Kenya Agricultural Research Institute;

People, land management and environmental change, with J Tumuhairwe, Makerere University, Uganda;

People, land management and environmental change, with Prof G Huijun, Chinese Academy of Sciences,

Kunming; People, land management and environmental change, with Prof D G McGrath, Universidae

Federal do Pará, Brazil; People, land management and environmental change, with J Sowei, National Research

Institute, PNG.

FILER, Dr C: Future of the Tropical Forest Peoples project, with the Department of Anthropology, University of Kent at Canterbury; Property, transactions and creations: new economic relations in the Pacific project, with the University of Cambridge and Brunel University; Policy that works for forests and people project, with the International Institute for Environment and Development; International financial flows and the environment program, with the World Resources

Institute.

KILDEA, G: Documentary film about a cargo cult in

Papua New Guinea, with Dr A Lattas, University of

Newcastle, and A Simon, Arcadia Pictures, New York; documentary film editing, with SBS Television, NSW

Film and Television Office, Australian Film Commission and Ronin Films.

MACKNIGHT, Emeritus Prof C: Examiner, PhD thesis, Faculty of Arts, Northern Territory University.

MEI, H-Y, Produced a book about the history of the

Wu-der Temple, Anping, Taiwan, with L Xiao-yu, Anping, Taiwan.

ORAM, N: Presented 250 cassette tapes to the Oral

History Section of the National Library of Australia.

The tapes contain oral histories and linguistic material recorded by Oram in several Motu and Hula communities (Papua New Guinea) during the 1960s.

ROBINSON, Dr K: Management of mangrove forests, with Anthropology Department, University of Indonesia, Jakarta; The beginning of the twentieth century:

endorsing regional autonomy, understanding local cultures, strengthening national integration, with

Anthropology Department, University of Indonesia,

Jakarta.

ROSE, Dr D: Continued collaboration with the American photographer Sharon D’Amico; Indigenous relationships between people and place, with members of the Mak Mak clan, North Australia; located PhD field sites, with Department of Anthropology, University of Washington; organised a Canadian Anthropology

Society Meeting session and publication, with Dr E

Furniss, University of Calgary.

VISCHER, Dr M: Co-authored What Makes a Champion?, with Prof A Snyder, Center of the Mind, ANU, and Sydney University.

WEINER, Dr J F: Edited Indigenous Land Tenure and

Registration: Problems and Perspectives, with Dr L

Goldman, University of Queensland.

YOUNG, Dr M: The Photography of F E Williams

1922–1939, with Dr J Clark, Port Arthur Historic Site,

Tasmania.

Department of Archaeology and Natural History

AMBROSE, W: Obsidian dating, temperature monitoring, in the Archaeology of West New Britain, Papua

New Guinea, with Dr R Torrence, The Australian Museum, Sydney; Natural freeze-drying technology for the preservation of historic Antarctic buildings, with Dr I

Godfrey, WA Maritime Museum; Secondary Ion Mass

Spectrometry (SIMS) analysis of short-term obsidian hydration reactions, with Dr L Riciputi, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, USA, Dr C Stevenson, Virginia

Department of Historic Resources, USA, and Dr I Abdelrehin, Evans East, New Jersey, USA.

ANDERSON, Prof A J: Kiritimati Island Project, with

Dr P Wallin and Dr H. Martinsson-Wallin, Kon-Tiki

Museum, Norway; Prehistory of Palau Project, with Dr

S Wickler, Tromso University Museum, Norway;

Southern Margins Project, with G O'Regan, Ngai Tahu

Development Corporation, New Zealand; Central Pacific Pottery Sourcing Project, with Dr D Kennett,

California State University, USA; Fijian Prehistory

Project with T Sorovi-Vunidilo, Fiji Museum; Norfolk

Island Prehistory Project, with Dr J P White, University of Sydney.

BLAU, Dr S: An investigation of archaeological human tooth samples using synchrotron radiation and electron microprobe analysis, with Dr B Kennedy and E

Warnes, School of Chemistry, University of Sydney.

CAMERON, J: Origins of Rice Project (SAJOR), with

Prof R MacNeish, Andover Foundation for Archaeological Research, Andover, USA; Origins of Angkor

Project, with Dr R Thosarat, Fine Arts Department,

Bangkok, and Prof C Higham, Department of Archaeology, University of Otago; Origins of Complex Society in South Sulawesi, with Dr D Bulbeck, Archaeology

Joint Research Projects undertaken with universities, CSIRO and other institutions and Natural History, The Faculties, and Dr B Prasetyo,

Bidang Prasejarah, Pusat Penelitian Arkeologi Nasional;

Craft specialisation in the prehistoric period in Vietnam, with N K Dung, Institute of Archaeology, Hanoi.

GOLSON, Emeritus Prof J: Uranium–helium dating of a fragment of a stone bowl recovered at the Kuk archaeological site, Western Highlands Province, Papua

New Guinea, in order to help with the sourcing of its parent rock, with Dr B McInnes and Dr N Evans,

CSIRO Exploration and Mining, Sydney.

HOPE, Prof G S: Reconstruction of global environments BIOME300, with Dr S Mooney, University of

NSW; Reconstruction of global environments

BIOME6000, with Prof S Harrison, Max Planck Institute of Geoecology, Jena, Germany; Glacial environments of New Guinea, with Dr Peterson, Dr

Haberle, Monash University, Dr Prentice, University of

New Hampshire, UNSW, Dr Hantoro, LIPI Geoteknologi, Bandung; Peatlands of montane New South

Wales, with Dr P Kodela, Royal Botanical Gardens,

Sydney, and Dr R Good, New South Wales National

Parks; Island change in the Holocene, with Prof P

Nunn, University of the South Pacific, Fiji; Sphagnum and Australasian peatlands, with Dr J Whinam, Tasmanian National Parks and Wildlife.

JONES, Prof R M: Early human settlement chronologies at Lake Eyre, with Dr J Magee, Geology, The

Faculties, and Dr G Miller, University of Colorado; Application of luminescence methods for the dating of rock art in tropical Australia, with Dr R Roberts, La

Trobe University; Fundamental research into the formation and dating of mineral skins overlying rock art in tropical Australia, with Dr A Watchman, James Cook

University; Luminescent methods to date the last phase of the Australian marsupial megafaunal, with Dr R

Roberts, La Trobe University, and Dr T Flannery,

South Australian Museum.

O'CONNOR, Dr S: Bridging Sunda and Sahul: the archeology of the border area between Asia, Australia and

Melanesia in East Timor, with Prof M Spriggs, Archaeology and Anthropology, The Faculties, and Dr P Veth,

Archaeology and Anthropology, James Cook

University.

SWADLING, Dr P L: Stone bowls and pestles of Papua

New Guinea: a stylistic and distributional study, Visiting Collection Fellowship with Dr J Specht, The

Australian Museum, Sydney.

Department of Human Geography

ALLEN, Dr B J: Maintenance of biodiversity, with J

Sowei, Papua New Guinea National Research Institute,

Port Moresby; Agricultural systems and land degradation, with Dr G Humphries, Macquarie University,

Sydney; Papua New Guinea district profiles, with M

Dillon and Dr R Ferraris, Australian Agency for International Development; planning for agricultural development and sustainable land management in Pa-

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The Australian National University Annual Report 2000 pua New Guinea, with P Vovola and S Ivahupa, Papua

New Guinea National Agricultural Research Institute;

Research Management Information System for the Papua New Guinea Agricultural Institute, with Dr R D

Ghodake, Papua New Guinea National Agricultural

Research Institute.

BOURKE, Dr R M: Accessing past research, with Dr G

Wiles, Papua New Guinea National Agricultural Research Institute; planning for agricultural development and sustainable land management in Papua New Guinea, with P Vovola and S Ivahupa, Papua New Guinea

National Agricultural Research Institute; improving the food situation in Ogea, Papua New Guinea, with Dr P

W G Sale, La Trobe University; Papua New Guinea

District Profiles, with M Dillon and Dr R Ferraris, Australian Agency for International Development; presenter at the Geography Department, Australian Defence Force Academy, Canberra, on Issues of

Governance within Papua New Guinea.

GIBSON, Dr K D: Building sustainable regions: testing new models of community and council partnership, with Dr J Cameron, Monash University.

McKAY, Dr D: Filipina identities, with N Alcuitas-Imperial, Philippine Women’s Center, Vancouver,

Canada.

PRETES, M: Comparative natural resource management, with Prof M Berman, University of Alaska–

Anchorage; Globalisation and regionalisation in the Pacific, with Prof C Smith, Stanford University;

Ecotourism in Queensland, with C Pettit, University of

Queensland.

RIMMER, Prof P J: The challenge of globalization for second city-regions: rejuvenation of Japan’s Osaka–

Kansai region and implications for Melbourne, Victoria, with Assoc Prof John Benson and Assoc Prof

Howard Dick, University of Melbourne; Cities, transport and communications: the integration of modern

Southeast Asia, with Assoc Prof Howard Dick, University of Melbourne; Re-imagining the Southeast Asian

City, with Assoc Prof Howard Dick, University of Melbourne; subject coordinator, Maritime Transport 1:

International Shipping, MA (Maritime Policy), with

Assoc Prof J McQuilton, University of Wollongong;

Masters course on globalization, urbanization and economic development, with Assoc Prof K Wellham,

University of Canberra.

Department of Linguistics

BOWDEN, Dr J: Three-place Predicates, with Prof P

Austin, University of Melbourne, Assoc Prof N Evans,

University of Melbourne, Dr A Margetts, Melbourne

University, and Max Planck Institute for

Psycholinguistics.

PAWLEY, Prof A: Kalam ethnobiology, with Dr R

Gardner, Auckland Museum, and Dr I Majnep, Simbai, Madang Province, Papua New Guinea.

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PAWLEY, Prof A and Dr M ROSS: Papuan comparative linguistics project, with Prof W A Foley, University of Sydney.

TRYON, Dr D: Mission Language Project, with Prof P

Mühlhäusler, Adelaide University.

Contemporary China Centre

VAN NESS, Dr P: Redressing history, with Prof D

Blaney, Macalester College, Minnesota, Prof R Falk,

Princeton University, Prof K-I Tuneishi, Macalester

College, Minnesota, Prof W Sun, ANU, Prof D Wessner, Mennonite University, Winnipeg, Canada, Prof O

Yasuaki, Tokyo University, Prof E Seymour, Denver,

USA; How the world understands missile defense, with

Prof R Tanter, Kyoto Seika University, Japan, Prof

Shen Dingli, Fudan University, Shanghai, China, Prof

E Katahara, Kobe Gakuin University, Japan, Prof J

Schell, Wesleyan University, USA, Prof T Delpech,

Atomic Energy Commission, Paris.

Gender Relations Centre

BYFORD, Dr J: The gendered nature of the impact of mining on the health and well-being of a Misiman community, PNG, for Community Aid Abroad.

JOLLY, Prof M: Advisor to Prof Lenore Manderson and Linda Bennet, Key Centre for Women’s Health,

University of Melbourne, for World Health Organization Conference on Women and Violence, Melbourne;

Borders of Being, with Dr K Ram, Macquarie University; examiner, PhD thesis, Department of Geography,

University of Waikato, NZ; member, Review of Women’s Studies, University of Auckland.

LAW, Dr L: Alter/Asians: Asian-Australian identities in art, media and popular culture, with Prof I Ang, Dr M

Thomas and Dr S Chalmers, University of Western

Sydney, Nepean; Contested landscapes, Asian cities, with Dr L Kong, National University of Singapore.

LUKERE, Dr V: Race in Oceania, with Department of

History, James Cook University, Department of History, La Trobe University, Pacific and Asian History,

RSPAS, and the Centre for Cross-Cultural Research,

The Faculties, ANU.

Non-Divisional Groups

Director’s Section

FOX, Prof J J: Various seminar presentations on East

Timor: Australian Institute for International Affairs,

Monash University, Wollongong University, Centre for

Maritime Policy and Manning Clark House; Independent Study of Security and Defence in East Timor,

King’s College, London; Islam in Indonesia, McGill

University/ IAIN, Jakarta; examiner, two PhD theses,

Northern Territory University.

Internet Publications Bureau

CIOLEK, Dr T M: Geography and chronology of Eurasian trade routes, with Prof L Lancaster, University of

California, Berkeley, USA; gazetteer of nodal points of the Silk Route, with Dr S Whitfield and C Chinnery,

International Dunhuang Project, British Library, London; coordination of activities of the Asian Studies

WWW Virtual Library, with 50 scholars and librarians from Australian and overseas universities; input into methodological activities of the Electronic Cultural Atlas Initiative (ECAI) [ www.ecai.org

], an international research project grouping over 300 Asian Studies' scholars from North America, Asia, Australia and Europe.

Pacific Manuscripts Bureau

MAIDMENT, E W: Archival projects at the Divine

Word University Madang, Michael Somare Library

University of Papua New Guinea, the Hawaiian Mission Children’s Society Library Honolulu, the College of the Marshall Islands Library, La Trobe Library, and the State Library of Victoria.

MAIDMENT, E W and G E RAWLINGS: Joint copying projects, with National Library of Australia,

Mitchell Library, Alexander Turnbull Library, University of Auckland Library, University of Hawaii Library,

University of California Library San Diego, and Yale

University Library.

Resource Management in the Asia–Pacific Project

BALLARD, Dr C: See entry under Pacific and Asian

History.

McWILLIAM, Dr A: Affiliated Fellow, with Universitas Atha wacana (Kristen) in Nusa Tenggara Province,

Eastern Indonesia.

Strategic and Defence Studies Centre

BALL, Prof D: Regional security, with Department of

Foreign Affairs and Trade; Regional security, with Department of Defence.

BELL, Dr C: The Kosovo Crisis, member of a study group project organised by the United Nations University, Tokyo; lectured on strategic change at the

Australian Defence College.

DIBB, Prof P: Regional Security Policy, with Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade; chair, security discussions with China; Australian Defence Policy and

Regional Security, with Department of Defence; cochair, the America’s Asian Alliances project, with Harvard University’s John F Kennedy School of

Government.

Joint Research Projects undertaken with universities, CSIRO and other institutions

Research School of Physical Sciences and Engineering

Applied Mathematics

Polytypism, Short-Range Order and the Origin of

Long-Range Order in Natural Khmaralite and Natural and Synthetic Beryllian Sapphirine by Dr A.G.

CHRISTY with Prof E.S. Grew, University of Maine,

USA; Dr A. Hölscher and Prof W. Schreyer, University of Bochum, Germany; Dr Y. Tabira, Research School of

Chemistry, ANU

Surfactant Adsorption Kinetics by Dr V.S.J. CRAIG with Dr S. Biggs, University of Newcastle

Formation Mechanism of Single-walled Carbon Nanotubes in a Gas Phase by Dr V.S.J. CRAIG with Drs W.

Maser, E. Mu-oz, A.M. Benito, M.T. Martinez and

G.F. de la Fuente, CSIC, Spain

Deposition of Diamond-like Films by Powerful UV

Femtosecond and Nanosecond Laser Ablation by Dr

V.S.J. CRAIG with Prof A. Perrone and Dr A. Zocco,

University of Lecce, Italy; Prof C. Fotakis, Heraklion,

Crete, Greece.

Excitation of Solids by Femtosecond Lasers: Non Equilibrium Phenomena, Phase Transitions and Ablation of

Metals and Dielectrics by Dr V.S.J. CRAIG with Dr

A.V. Rode and Prof B. Luther-Davies, (Laser Physics

Centre); Profs V.T. Tikhonchuk and P.N. Lebedev,

Physical Institute, Moscow, Russia

Polycontinuous Mesophases in Copolymer Melts by

Prof S.T. HYDE with Prof T. Hashimoto and Prof H.

Hasegawa, Kyoto University, Japan

Microemulsions and Cubic Phases in Hydrogenated and Perfluorinated Systems by Prof S.T. HYDE with

Prof M. Monduzzi, Cagliari University, Italy

Mesoporous Inorganic Materials by Prof S.T. HYDE with Prof O. Terasaki, Kyushu University, Japan

Differential Geometry of Attractors by Prof S.T.

HYDE with Dr Y. Nagai, Kokusikan University, Japan

Ultrastructured Inorganic Colloids by Prof S.T. HYDE with Prof J-M. Garcia Ruiz, University of Granada,

Spain

Electrical Double Layers in Aqueous Solvent by Prof S.

MARCELJA with Prof D. Andelman, Tel Aviv University, Israel

Co-ion Dependence of DNA Nuclease Activity suggests

Hydrophobic Cavitation as a Potential Source of Activation Energy by Prof B.W. NINHAM with Prof B.

Norden, Dr E. Tuite and H-K Kim, Chalmers University, Sweden

Observation of Conformational Changes of DNA Under Different Ionic Strength and Types of Ion by using

Atomic Force Microscopy by Prof B.W. NINHAM

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Sweden

Nanomechanical Work on Small Molecular Assemblies by Dr T.J. SENDEN with Prof J.-M. di Meglio, Institut Charles Sadron, France

Novel Particulate Radiotherapeutics by Dr T.J. SEND-

EN with Dr B. Burch, Australian Nuclear Science and

Technology Organisation

Mechanochemical Processing of Coal by Dr N.J. WEL-

HAM with Dr P. Chapman, Curtin University of

Technology

Disposal Options for Ferrous and Arsenical Solutions from Mineral Processing Operations by Dr N.J. WEL-

HAM with Dr K. Malatt, Gold Mines of Sardinia; Dr

S.Vukcevic, Anaconda Nickel

Electrochemistry of Pyrite and its Application to Gold

Recovery by Dr N.J. WELHAM with Dr G.H. Kelsall,

UBC, Canada and Imperial College, London, UK

Mechanical Enhancement of the Formation of Lithium

Ferrites by Dr N.J. WELHAM with Dr V. Berbenni and Dr A. Marini, University of Pavia, Italy

Effect of Mechanical Activation on Self-propagating

High-temperature Reactions by Dr N.J. WELHAM with Dr U. Anselmi-Tamburini, University of Pavia,

Italy

Folding Dynamics of DNA Condensates by Dr D.R.M.

WILLIAMS with B. Schnurr and Dr F.C. MacKintosh,

University of Michigan, USA

Dynamic Hydrophobic Transitions by Dr Y.Y.

YAMINSKY with Dr K. Thuresson and Dr T. Nylander, Lund University, Sweden

Ensembles of Nanoparticles Dr Y.Y. YAMINSKY with

Dr S. Ohnishi and Dr K. Abe, National Institute of Materials and Chemical Research, Tsukuba, Japan

Atomic and Molecular Physics Laboratories

Low Energy Electron Molecule Scattering by Prof S.J.

BUCKMAN with Dr M.J. Brunger and Prof P.J.O.

Teubner, Flinders University

Electron Scattering from Molecular Radicals by Prof

S.J. BUCKMAN with Dr M.J. Brunger and Prof W.

Lawrance, Flinders University

Electron Scattering from CO

2

by Prof S.J. BUCKMAN with Prof M.A. Morrison, University of Oklahoma,

USA; Dr S.F. Mazevet, Los Alamos National Laboratory, USA

Electron Scattering from Metal Vapours by Prof S.J.

BUCKMAN with Prof P.D. Burrow, University of Nebraska, USA; Prof K. Bartschat, Drake University, USA

Electron Molecule Scattering by Prof S.J. BUCKMAN with Prof H. Tanaka, Sophia University, Japan; Prof H.

Cho, Chungnam National University, Korea

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Phase Changes in Transition Metal Dichalcogenides due to GeV Heavy Ion, and MeV Fullerene Ion Bombardments — Transmission Electron Microscopy and

Surface Force Microscopy by Prof L.T. CHADDER-

TON with Dr A. Dunlop, SESI, École Polytechnique,

Paliseaux, France

Radiation Effects on Polymers; Semiconductors by Prof

L.T. CHADDERTON with Dr D. Fink, Hahn-Meitner Institute, Berlin, Germany

Theory and Practice of Organic Radical Formation and

Motion in GeV Ion Irradiated Polymers by Prof L.T.

CHADDERTON with Prof S.A. Cruz, Autonomous

Metropolitan University of Mexico, Mexico

(e,2e) Primary Current Electron Spectroscopy and Other Surface Technical Investigations of the Graphite/

Fullerene Radiation Induced Phase Change by Prof

L.T. CHADDERTON with Prof P.B. Möller, Niels

Bohr Institute, Copenhagen, Denmark

Quantum Statistics and Boltzmann’s Equation by Prof

R.W. CROMPTON and Dr K. KUMAR (Theoretical

Physics) with Dr R.E. Robson, James Cook University;

Prof M.A. Morrison, University of Oklahoma, USA

Ultracold Atomic Collisions by Dr M.D. HOOGER-

LAND with Dr I. Whittingham, James Cook

University

Convergent Close-coupling Theory of Double Ionization by Photon and Electron Impact by Dr A.S.

KHEIFETS with Dr I. Bray, Flinders University

Electron Impact Double Ionization of the Helium

Atom by Dr A.S. KHEIFETS with Prof A. Lahmam-

Bennani, University of Paris – Orsay, France; Dr A.

Dorn, University of Freiburg, Germany

Multiple Atomic Photoionization by Dr A.S.

KHEIFETS with Prof Y. Azuma, Photon Factory, High

Energy Accelerator Research Organization, Japan

Coincident Compton Scattering from Solids by Dr A.S.

KHEIFETS and Dr M. VOS with Prof F. Bell, University of Munich, Germany

Comparison of Modern Many-body Theories with the

Measured Energy-resolved Momentum Densities of

Aluminium by Dr A.S. KHEIFETS and Dr M. VOS with Dr B. Holm, Chambers University, Sweden; Dr F.

Aryasetiawan, Joint Research Center for Atom Technology, Angstrom Technology Partnership, Japan

Analysis of EEL Spectra by Dr B.R. LEWIS and Dr

S.T. GIBSON with Dr M.J. Brunger, Flinders University; Dr M. Allan, University of Fribourg, Switzerland

Rydberg-valence Interactions in O

2 by

Dr B.R. LEWIS and Dr S.T. GIBSON with Prof H. Lefebvre-Brion,

Université de Paris-Sud, Orsay, France

Analysis of REMPI Spectra by Dr B.R. LEWIS and Dr

S.T. GIBSON with Prof M.L. Ginter, University of

Maryland, USA; Dr J.S. Morrill, Naval Research Labo-

ratory, Washington DC, USA; Dr R.A. Copeland, SRI

International, Menlo Park CA, USA

Anomalous Intensities in REMPI Spectra by Dr B.R.

LEWIS and Dr S.T. GIBSON with Dr R.A. Copeland,

Dr R. Robertson and A. Tucay, SRI International,

Menlo Park CA, USA

Coupled-channel Calculations for Atmospheric Photochemical Models by Dr B.R. LEWIS and Dr S.T.

GIBSON with Dr L.W. Torop and Dr F.T. Hawes,

University of Adelaide

Development of Ultra-high Resolution VUV Laser

Sources by Dr B.R. LEWIS and Dr K.G.H. BALD-

WIN (LPC) with Prof B.J. Orr, Macquarie University

Electron Momentum Spectroscopy of Atoms and Molecules by Prof E. WEIGOLD with Dr M.J. Brunger and Prof I.E. McCarthy, Flinders University

Electron Momentum Spectroscopy of Large Molecules by Prof E. WEIGOLD with Prof I.E. McCarthy, Dr

M.J. Brunger and Dr W. Adcock, Flinders University;

Dr M.T. Michalewicz, CSIRO Division of Information

Technology; Dr D. Winkler, CSIRO Division of

Chemicals and Physics

Electron Momentum Spectroscopy of Solids by Prof E.

WEIGOLD, Dr A. KHEIFETS and Dr M. VOS with

Prof I.E. McCarthy and Dr M. Ford, Flinders

University

(e,2e) Processes with Polarized Electrons and Targets by

Prof E. WEIGOLD and Dr J. LOWER with Dr J. Berakdar, Max-Planck-Institut für Microstruktur Physik,

Halle, Germany; Dr S. Mazevet, Los Alamos Laboratory, USA

National Facility for Spin Polarisation Studies of Atoms and Molecules by Prof E. WEIGOLD and Dr J. LOW-

ER with Prof J.F. Williams, University of Western

Australia

Electronic Materials Engineering

Growth and Characterisation of Long Wavelength in

GaAsN Layers by Dr M. BUDA with Prof J. Wolter and Dr M. Leys, Eindhoven University of Technology,

The Netherlands

Design, Fabrication and Testing of High Power Lasers by Dr M. BUDA, L. FU, J. HAY, Dr H.H. TAN and

Prof C. JAGADISH with Prof G. Acket and Dr T. Van

De Roer, Eindhoven University of Technology, The

Netherlands

Self-assembled Monolayers for Passivation of Semiconductor Surfaces by C. CARMODY, Dr H.H. TAN and

Prof C. JAGADISH with Dr V. Braach-Maksvytis and

Dr B. Ragner, CSIRO-TIP

Formation Mechanism of Nanotubes by Dr Y. CHEN with Prof L. Chadderton (AMPL)

Joint Research Projects undertaken with universities, CSIRO and other institutions

Synthesis of BN Nanotubes using Ball Milling by Dr Y.

CHEN with Dr L. Chaffron, Saclay Research Center,

France

Synthesis and Application of Carbon Nanotubes by Dr

Y. CHEN with Prof H.M. Cheng, Chinese Academy of

Science, China

Mossbauer Analysis of Nanotube Materials by Dr Y.

CHEN with Prof S. Campbell, University of New

South Wales

Microscopy and Microanalysis of Nanotubes by Dr Y.

CHEN with Dr J. Zou, University of Sydney

Novel Processing of Vertical Cavity Surface Emitting

Lasers by M.I. COHEN, Dr H. BOUDINOV, Dr

H.H. TAN and Prof C. JAGADISH with Dr A. Allerman and Dr K. Choquette, Sandia National

Laboratories, USA

XPS Studies of Anodic Oxides of Gallium Arsenide by

P.N.K. DEENAPANRAY, L. FU, Dr M. PETRAVIC and Prof C. JAGADISH with Prof R.N. Lamb, University of New South Wales

Morphological Instability in Ion Irradiated Germanium by Dr R.G. ELLIMAN with Prof B. Stritzker, University of Augsburg, Germany

Electrical and Optical Properties of Dielectric Layers containing Metallic or Semiconducting Nanocrystals by

Dr R.G. ELLIMAN with Prof S-H. Choi, Kyung Hee

University, Korea

Light Emission from the Er: Si Nanocrystal System by

Dr R.G. ELLIMAN with Dr G. Ross, INRS –Energie et Materiaux, Quebec, Canada

Energy Loss and Straggling of Heavy Ions by Dr R.G.

ELLIMAN, Dr H. TIMMERS and T.D.M. WEIJERS with Prof H. Whitlow, Lund University, Sweden and

Dr D.J. O’Connor, University of Newcastle

Heavy Ion Elastic Recoil Analysis of Silicon Oxynitride

Layers by Dr R.G. ELLIMAN, Dr H. TIMMERS and

T.D.M. WEIJERS with Prof H. Whitlow and J. Uribasterra, University of Lund, Sweden

Pulse Height Deficits in Surface Barrier Detectors by

Dr R.G. ELLIMAN, Dr H. TIMMERS and T.D.M.

WEIJERS with Prof J.A. Davies, McMaster University,

Canada

Ion Beam Analysis of GaN Thin Films by Dr R.G. EL-

LIMAN, Dr H. TIMMERS and T.D.M. WEIJERS with Dr K.S.A. Butcher, Maquarie University

Ion Beam Analysis of Plasma Treated Steel by Dr R.G.

ELLIMAN, Dr H. TIMMERS and T.D.M. WEIJERS with Dr M.P. Fewell, University of New England

Fabrication and Characterization of Quantum Well Infrared Photodetectors by L. FU, Dr H.H. TAN and

Prof C. JAGADISH with Prof S.C. Shen, Prof W. Lu and Dr N. Li, Shanghai Institute of Technical Physics,

Chinese Academy of Sciences, China

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Reactive Ion Etching of Gallium Nitride by J. HAY, Dr

H.H. TAN and Prof C. JAGADISH with Dr F. Karouta, Eindhoven University of Technology, The

Netherlands

Optical Spectroscopy Studies on Semiconductor Quantum Wires and Dots by Prof C. JAGADISH, Dr H.H.

TAN and L. FU with Prof S.C. Shen, Prof Wei Lu, Dr

Xingquan Liu, Dr Li Na, Dr Z. Chen, Li Ning, Dr

Yong Chang and H.F. Dou, Shanghai Institute of

Technical Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China

Electrical and Optical Characterization of Self-assembled Quantum Dots by Prof C. JAGADISH, Dr H.H.

TAN and C. LOBO with Dr A. Babinski, Dr A. Wysmolek, T. Tomaszewicz and Prof J. Baranowski,

Warsaw University, Poland

Processing of GaN Based Optoelectronic Devices for

Blue Light Emission by S.O. KUCHEYEV, Prof C.

JAGADISH and Prof J.S. WILLIAMS with Dr A.G. Li,

Ledex Corporation, Taiwan

Cathodoluminescence and Environmental SEM Studies of Ion Implanted GaN by S.O. KUCHEYEV, Prof

J.S. WILLIAMS and Prof C. JAGADISH with M. Toth and Dr M. Phillips, University of Technology, Sydney

Electron Microscopy of GaN by S.O. KUCHEYEV,

Prof J.S. WILLIAMS and Prof C. JAGADISH with Dr

J. Zou, University of Sydney

Ion Implanted GaN by S.O. KUCHEYEV, Prof J.S.

WILLIAMS and Prof C. JAGADISH with Prof S.J.

Pearton, University of Florida, USA

Cathodoluminescence Imaging of Quantum Wires and

Dots by P. LEVER, C. LOBO, Dr H.H. TAN and Prof

C. JAGADISH with Dr M.R. Phillips and M.A. Stevens Kalceff, University of Technology Sydney

Characterisation of Standards for Surface Composition and Sputter Depth Profiling by Dr M. PETRAVIC with Dr D.W. Moon, Korean Research Institute of

Standards and Science, Korea

Surface Analysis Using a Free Electron Laser by Dr M.

PETRAVIC with A/Prof B.V. King, University of

Newcastle; Prof R. Clark, University of New South

Wales; Dr M.J. Pelin, Argonne National University,

USA

Photon Stimulated Desorption of Hydrogen from Semiconductor Surfaces by Dr M. PETRAVIC and P.N.K.

DEENAPANRAY with Dr G. Dujardin, Dr G. Comtet and Dr L. Hellner, University Paris-Sud, Orsay, France;

Prof A. Hoffman, Technion, Israel; Dr B. Usher, La-

Trobe University

Roughening of Si Surface under Oxygen and Nitrogen

Ion Bombardment by Dr M. PETRAVIC and P.N.K.

DEENAPANRAY with Dr D.W. Moon, Korean Research Institute of Standards and Science, Korea

Selective Photon Stimulated Desorption of Hydrogen from GaAs Surfaces by Dr M. PETRAVIC and P.N.K.

DEENAPANRAY with Dr B. Usher, LaTrobe University; Dr J.M. Chen, Synchrotron Radiation Research

Center, Hsinchu, Taiwan

EXAFS Measurements of Implantation-induced Disorder in Compound Semiconductors by Dr M.C.

RIDGWAY, C.J. GLOVER and Dr G. AZEVEDO with Dr K.M. Yu, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, USA; Dr G. Foran, Photon Factory, Japan

Perturbed Angular Correlation Measurements of Implantation-induced Disorder in Semiconductors by Dr

M.C. RIDGWAY, C.J. GLOVER and Dr A.P.

BYRNE with Dr R. Vianden, Universität Bonn,

Germany

In-situ Transmission Electron Microscopy of Implantation-induced Nano-cavity Evolution in Si by Dr M.C.

RIDGWAY, Prof J.S. WILLIAMS and X. ZHU with

Dr H. Bernas, Dr F. Fortuna and Dr M.-O. Ruault,

Centre National Research Scientifique, Orsay, France

EXAFS Characterisation of Implantation-induced Disorder in Ge and Ge x

Si

1-x

Alloys by Dr M.C.

RIDGWAY and C.J. GLOVER with Dr A. Nylandsted-Larsen and J. Hansen, Aarhus University, Denmark

Optical Spectroscopy of Semiconductor Quantum

Structures and Devices by Dr H.H. TAN, L. FU, P.

LEVER, Q. GAO, P.N.K. DEENAPANRAY, C.

CARMODY and Prof C. JAGADISH with Dr L.V.

Dao, S. Ilyas and Prof M. Gal, University of New South

Wales

Passive Mode-locking of Solid State Lasers using Semiconductor Saturable Absorbers by Dr H.H. TAN, Prof

C. JAGADISH, Dr M.J. LEDERER, M. V. KOLEV and Prof B. LUTHER-DAVIES with M. Haiml, Dr U.

Seigner and Prof U. Keller, ETH-Zurich, Switzerland

Ultrafast Optical Spectroscopy Studies of Non-stoichiometric GaAs by Dr H.H. TAN and Prof C.

JAGADISH with Prof A. Krotkus, Semiconductor

Physics Institute, Vilnius, Lithuania; Dr S. Marcinkevicius, Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm,

Sweden

Mechanochemical Processing of Coal by Dr N.J. WEL-

HAM with Dr P. Chapman, Curtin University of

Technology

Disposal Options for Ferrous and Arsenical Solutions from Mineral Processing Operations by Dr N.J. WEL-

HAM with Dr K. Malatt, Gold Mines of Sardinia; Dr

S. Vukcevic, Anaconda Nickel

Electrochemistry of Pyrite and its Application to Gold

Recovery by Dr N.J. WELHAM with Dr G.H. Kelsall,

UBC, Canada and Imperial College, London, UK

Mechanical Enhancement of the Formation of Lithium

Ferrites by Dr N.J. WELHAM with Dr V. Berbenni and Dr A. Marini, University of Pavia, Italy

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Effect of Mechanical Activation on Self-propagating

High-temperature Reactions by Dr N.J. WELHAM with Dr U. Anselmi-Tamburini, University of Pavia,

Italy

Ion Implantation of MgO and Sapphire by Prof J.S.

WILLIAMS and M.C. CONWAY with Dr V. Gurarie,

University of Melbourne

Microindentation of Semiconductors by Prof J.S. WIL-

LIAMS and J.E. BRADBY with Prof M.V. Swain and

Dr P. Munroe, University of Sydney

Metal Gettering to Cavities by Prof J.S. WILLIAMS,

Dr J. WONG-LEUNG, Dr M. PETRAVIC and M.J.

CONWAY with Dr A. Kinomura, ONRI, Japan

Open Volume Defects in Silicon by Prof J.S. WIL-

LIAMS, Dr J. WONG-LEUNG, Dr M. PETRAVIC and M.J. CONWAY with Prof B. Stritzker and Dr J.

Lindner, University of Augsburg, Germany

Rp/2 Defects in Silicon by Prof J.S. WILLIAMS and Dr

G. de MEDEIROS AZEVEDO with Dr M. Behar, Instituto de Fisica, Porto Alegre, Brazil

Electron Microscopy Study of Defects in Ion Implanted

Semiconductors by Dr J. WONG-LEUNG, Dr H.H.

TAN, S. FATIMA and Prof C. JAGADISH with Prof

D.J.H. Cockayne, University of Oxford, UK; Dr J.

Zou, University of Sydney; Dr J. Fitz Gerald, Research

School of Earth Sciences, ANU

Defect Characterization in Ion Implanted Semiconductors by Dr J. WONG-LEUNG, P.N.K.

DEENAPANRAY, S.O. KUCHEYEV and Prof C.

JAGADISH with Prof B.G. Svensson and Dr A.

Kuznetsov, Royal Institute of Technology, Kista-Stockholm, Sweden and University of Oslo, Norway

Laser Physics Centre

Measurement of He 1s – 2s Transition by Dr K.G.H.

BALDWIN with Dr T. Lucatorto, NIST, Maryland,

USA; Prof T.J. McIlrath, University of Maryland, USA;

Prof E. Eyler, University of Connecticut, USA

High Resolution XUV Laser Spectroscopy by Dr

K.G.H. BALDWIN with Dr W. Ubachs and Prof W.

Hogervorst, Vrije Universiteit, The Netherlands

Ultracold Atomic Collisions by Dr K.G.H. BALDWIN and Dr M.D. HOOGERLAND (AMPL) with Dr I.

Whittingham, James Cook University

Development of Ultra-high Resolution VUV Laser

Sources by Dr K.G.H. BALDWIN and Dr B.R.

LEWIS (AMPL) with Prof B.J. Orr, Macquarie

University

Vector Solitons by Dr W. KROLIKOWSKI with Prof

T. Tschudi and Dr C. Denz, Darmstadt University of

Technology, Germany

Joint Research Projects undertaken with universities, CSIRO and other institutions

Incoherent Solitons by Dr W. KROLIKOWSKI with

Dr O. Bang, Technical University Denmark, Copenhagen, Denmark

Photorefractive Solitons by Dr W. KROLIKOWSKI with Prof F. Agullo-Lopez, Universidad Autonoma de

Madrid, Spain; Dr A. Bledowski, Polish Academy of

Sciences, Warsaw, Poland

Non-local Nonlinear Media by Dr W. KRO-

LIKOWSKI with Dr J. Wyller, Agricultural University of Norway

Ultrafast Nonlinear Optical Absorption in Ion-implanted GaAs by Dr M. LEDERER with M. Haiml, U.

Siegner and U. Keller, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, ETH Zürich, Switzerland

Ultrabroadband Output Coupling Mirrors for 5 Femtosecond Pulse Generation in a Kerr-lens Mode-locked

Titanium Sapphire Laser Dr M. LEDERER with U.

Morgner and F.X. Kärtner, Universität Karlsruhe,

Germany

Off-centre Ions by Dr N.B. MANSON with Dr H. Reisen, ADFA, University of New South Wales

Chromophores in Amorphous Materials by Dr N.B.

MANSON and Dr M.J. SELLARS with Dr E. Krausz and Dr R. Purchase, Research School of Chemistry,

ANU

Origin of Raman Heterodyne Signals by Dr N.B.

MANSON, Dr J.P.D. MARTIN, Dr M.J. SELLARS and E.A. WILSON with R. Neuhaus, Universität Dortmund, Germany; Prof D.C. Doetschman, Bingham

University, NY, USA

Light Induced Structural Phase Transitions in Gallium

Films Produced by Ultrafast Laser Ablation and their

Optoelectronic Applications by Dr A. RODE, Prof B.

LUTHER-DAVIES, Prof E. GAMALY and Dr M.

SAMOC with Prof N.I. Zheludev, University of Southampton, UK

Growth Mechanism of Carbon Nanotubes Produced in

Laser Plumes by Dr A. RODE and Prof E. GAMALY with Dr W. Maser, Instituto de Carboquimica, Spain

Nonlinear Optical Properties of Substituted Poly(phenylenevinylenes) by Dr A. SAMOC, Dr M. SAMOC and Prof B. LUTHER-DAVIES with Prof H-H. Hoerhold and Dr R. Stockmann, University of Jena,

Germany

Third-order Nonlinear Optical Properties of Conjugated Polyenes by Dr A. SAMOC, Dr M. SAMOC and

Prof B. LUTHER-DAVIES with Dr Ch. Andraud,

Ecole Normale Superieure de Lyon, France

Organometallics for Nonlinear Optics by Dr M.

SAMOC and Prof B. LUTHER-DAVIES with Dr

M.G. Humphrey, Department of Chemistry, ANU

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Nuclear Physics

Intrinsic and Rotational Bands in

180

Ta by Dr R.A.

BARK and Prof G.D. DRACOULIS with G. Sletten,

University of Copenhagen, Denmark and Euroball Collaboration, Strasbourg, France

Very High Spin States in

174

Os Populated with Cold

Symmetric Reactions by Dr R.A. BARK and Prof G.D.

DRACOULIS with H. Hübel, University of Bonn,

Germany; R. Julin, University of Jyväskylä, Finland

Development of an Ion Implanter for Radioisotopes by

Dr A.P. BYRNE with A/Prof D.H. Chaplin, ADFA,

University of New South Wales

Production of Isotopes for Cancer Therapy by Dr A.P.

BYRNE with Prof B. Allen and Dr G. Goozee, St.

George Cancer Care Centre, NSW

Spectroscopy of Neutron Rich Nuclei near and above

208

Pb Studied using Deep Inelastic Reactions by Dr

A.P. BYRNE and Prof G.D. DRACOULIS with Dr

G.J. Lane, Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory, California,

USA; Prof R. Broda, INP, Krakow, Poland; Dr R.V.F.

Janssens, Argonne National Laboratory, Illinois, USA

Spectroscopy of Neutron Deficient Lead and Thallium

Nuclei by Dr A.P. BYRNE, Dr A.M. BAXTER (Faculties), Prof G.D. DRACOULIS and Dr G.J. LANE with

Prof R. Julin, University of Jyväskylä, Finland

Fusion and Breakup of Light Ions Near the Fusion Barrier by Dr M. DASGUPTA and Dr D.J. HINDE with

Prof P.R.S. Gomes, University of Fluminense, Niterói,

Brazil

High-K Isomers by Prof G.D. DRACOULIS with Prof

P.M. Walker, University of Surrey, UK; Dr D.M. Cullen, University of Liverpool, UK

High-K Isomers in Hafnium by Prof G.D. DRA-

COULIS with Dr F.G. Kondev and Dr R. Janssens,

Argonne National Laboratory, USA

Spectroscopy of Very Heavy Nuclei by Prof G.D. DRA-

COULIS with Prof J.F. Sharpey-Schafer, National

Accelerator Centre, South Africa; Prof P.A. Butler, University of Liverpool, UK

Systematics of Isomer Structure in the N = 74 Region by Prof G.D. DRACOULIS with Dr A.M. Bruce, University of Brighton, UK

Spectroscopy of Heavy Nuclei by Prof G.D. DRA-

COULIS and Dr A.P. BYRNE with Prof A.R. Poletti,

University of Auckland, NZ

Laser Spectroscopy of Deformed Isomers by Prof G.D.

DRACOULIS and Dr A.P. BYRNE with Dr J. Billowes, University of Manchester, UK; Prof J.A.R. Griffith,

University of Birmingham, UK; Dr P. Dendooven,

University of Jyväskylä, Finland

Deep-inelastic Excitation of High-K States by Prof

G.D. DRACOULIS, Dr R.A. BARK and Dr A.P.

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BYRNE with Dr. S.M. Mullins, National Accelerator

Centre, Faure, South Africa

A Glaciation Chronology of the Snowy Mountains and

Tasmania Determined from in-situ Produced

10

Be and

36

Cl by Dr L.K. FIFIELD with T. Barrows, Research

School of Earth Sciences, ANU (with Dr J. Stone, now

University of Washington, USA)

Tracing Releases of Plutonium from the Mayak Production Plant, Southern Urals, Russia by Dr L.K.

FIFIELD and Dr P.A. HAUSLADEN with Dr D.

Oughton, Agricultural University of Norway

Uptake by Humans of Plutonium Following Inhalation by Dr L.K. FIFIELD and Dr P.A. HAUSLADEN with

Prof N.D. Priest, Middlesex University, UK, Dr N.

Stradling and Dr G. Etherington, National Radiation

Protection Board, UK

Long-term Retention and Excretion of Plutonium by the Human Female by Dr L.K. FIFIELD and Dr P.A.

HAUSLADEN with Dr D. Newton and Dr R.J. Talbot, AEA Technology, Harwell, UK

Measurements of

59

Ni,

36

Cl,

26

Al and

41

Ca in Fragments of the Canyon Diablo Meteorite by Dr L.K.

FIFIELD and Dr P.A. HAUSLADEN with Prof G.

Herzog, Rutgers University, USA; Dr C. Schnabel,

ETH, Zurich, Switzerland

Measurements of

59

Ni,

36

Cl,

10

Be,

26

Al and

41

Ca in a

Fragment of the Campo del Cielo Meteorite from Argentina by Dr L.K. FIFIELD and Dr P.A.

HAUSLADEN with Dr J. Fernandes-Niello and R.

Liberman, Tandar Laboratory, Buenos Aires, Argentina

Retreat Rate of the Drakensberg Escarpment, SE Africa,

Using

36

Cl Produced In Situ by Dr L.K. FIFIELD and

Dr P.A. HAUSLADEN with Prof M. Summerfield,

University of Edinburgh, Scotland

Dating of Ice in Temperate-region Glaciers with

32

Si by

Dr L.K. FIFIELD and Dr P.A. HAUSLADEN with Dr

U. Morgenstern and Dr A. Zondervan, Geological and

Nuclear Sciences, Lower Hutt, New Zealand

Groundwater Flow and Recharge Processes on the

Western Margin of the Great Artesian Basin by Dr L.K.

FIFIELD and Dr P.A. HAUSLADEN with Dr A. Love,

South Australian Department of Primary Industry and

Resources

The History of Mercury Deposition in the Amazon during the Holocene by Dr L.K. FIFIELD and Dr P.A.

HAUSLADEN with Prof P.R. Gomes, Universidade

Federal Fluminense, Niterói, Brazil

Neutron Multiplicities in Heavy-ion Collisions by Dr

D.J. HINDE with Prof Y. El-Masri and J. Cabrera,

Universite Libre de Louvain, Belgium; Prof R.J. Charity, Washington University, USA

Modelling Fission using the Langevin Approach by Dr

D.J. HINDE, Dr M. DASGUPTA and Dr C.R. MOR-

TON with Prof Y. Abe, Kyoto University, Japan

Fusion with a High-spin

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Hf Isomeric Target by Dr

D.J. HINDE, Dr M. DASGUPTA and Dr C.R. MOR-

TON with Dr C. Briançon, Orsay, France; Prof N.

Rowley, IRES, Strasbourg, France

Measurement of Nuclear g-factors and Investigation of

Transient Magnetic Fields by Dr A.E. STUCHBERY with Prof H.H. Bolotin, University of Melbourne

Nuclear Moments and Structure Changes in Exotic

Nuclei by Dr A.E. STUCHBERY with Dr P.F. Mantica, Michigan State University, USA

Nuclear Structure through Measurements of g-factors in even Xe Isotopes by Projectile Excitation by Dr A.E.

STUCHBERY with Prof N. Benczer-Koller, Rutgers

University, USA; Prof K.-H. Speidel, University of

Bonn, Germany; Dr A. Pakou, Ioannina, Greece; Dr A.

Macchiavelli, Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory, USA

In-beam Studies of Local Magnetism using Recoil Implantation by Dr A.E. STUCHBERY with Dr A.A.

Tulapurkar and Dr S.N. Mishra, Tata Institute, India

Evaluation of the Quadrupole Moment of

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Fe and Applications to Solid-state Physics by Dr A.E.

STUCHBERY with A/Prof D.H. Chaplin and Dr

W.D. Hutchinson, ADFA, University of New South

Wales

Single Particle Degrees of Freedom in Transitional Nd

Nuclei from Projectile-excitation g-factor Measurements by Dr A.E. STUCHBERY with Prof N. Benczer-

Koller, Rutgers University, USA; Prof K.-H. Speidel,

University of Bonn, Germany; Dr A. Macchiavelli,

Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory, USA; Dr W. Rogers,

Westmont College, USA

Compositional Depth-profiling of Nitrided Stainless

Steel with Elastic Recoil Detection Analysis by Dr H.

TIMMERS with A/Prof M. Fewell, University of New

England, Armidale

Stopping and Energy Straggling of Heavy Ions in Technologically Relevant Materials by Dr H. TIMMERS with Prof H. Whitlow, Lund Institute of Technology,

Lund University, Sweden; A/Prof J. O’Connor, University of Newcastle

Elastic Recoil Detection Analysis of GaN Films by Dr

H. TIMMERS with Dr Scott, Macquarie University,

Sydney

Optical Sciences Centre

Simultaneous Existence of a Multiplicity of Stable and

Unstable Solitons in Dissipative Systems by Prof N.

AKHMEDIEV with Prof K.S. Chiang, City University of Hong Kong; Dr J.M. Soto-Crespo, Instituto de Optica, Madrid, Spain

Joint Research Projects undertaken with universities, CSIRO and other institutions

Two-parameter Two-component Solitons in Nonlinear

Directional Coupler with Intermodal Dispersion by

Prof N. AKHMEDIEV with Dr V. Rastogi and Prof

K.S. Chiang, City University of Hong Kong

Pulsating Solitons, Chaotic Solitons, Period Doubling, and Pulse Coexistence in Mode-locked Lasers: CGLE

Approach by Prof N. AKHMEDIEV with Dr J.M.

Soto-Crespo, Instituto de Optica, Madrid, Spain; Dr

G. Town, University of Sydney

Soliton Interactions in Perturbed Nonlinear

Schrödinger Equations by Prof N. AKHMEDIEV with

Dr J.A. Besley, Racal Research Ltd, Berkshire, UK; Dr

P.D. Miller, Monash University

Linear Guidance Properties of Solitonic Y-junction

Waveguides by Prof N. AKHMEDIEV with Dr J.A.

Besley, Racal Research Ltd, Berkshire, UK; Dr P.D.

Miller, Monash University

Pulse-pulse Interaction in Dispersion-managed Fibre

Systems with Nonlinear Amplifiers by Prof N.

AKHMEDIEV with Dr F. Zen, Institute of Technology, Bandung, Indonesia; Prof Pak Chu, University of

New South Wales

Pulsating, Creeping and Erupting Solitons in Dissipative Systems by Prof N. AKHMEDIEV and Dr A.

ANKIEWICZ with Dr J.M. Soto-Crespo, Instituto de

Optica, Madrid, Spain

Cascaded Nonlinearities and Parameteric Optical

Solitons by Prof Y. KIVSHAR with Prof P.L. Christiansen and Dr O. Bang, Technical University of

Denmark, Lyngby, Denmark

Parametric Optical Conversion in Photonic Crystals by

Prof Y. KIVSHAR with Prof S. Saltiel, Sofia University,

Bulgaria

A Book for Academic Press: Optical Solitons: From

Waveguides to Photonic Crystals by Prof Y. KIVSHAR with Prof G. Agrawal, University of Rochester, USA

Spatial Optical Solitons in Photorefractive Media by

Prof Y. KIVSHAR with Prof M. Segev and Dr Z. Chen,

Princeton University, USA; Prof D. Christodoulides,

Lehigh University, USA

Intrinsic Localised Modes in Nonlinear Discrete Models by Prof Y. KIVSHAR with Prof S. Takeno, Osaka

Institute of Technology, Japan

Aharonov-Bohm Effect for Optical Vortices by Prof Y.

KIVSHAR with Prof A. Nepomnyashchy and Prof L.

Pismen, Technion, Israel

Nonlinear Dynamics of the Bose-Einstein Condensates by Prof Y. KIVSHAR with Dr S. Turitsyn, Aston University, UK; Dr L. Berge and J.J. Rasmussen, RISO

National Laboratory, Denmark

Linear Stability Analysis of Nonlinear Localised Waves by Prof Y. KIVSHAR with Dr D. Pelinovsky, University of Toronto, Canada

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Nonlinear Localised Modes in Photonic Crystals by

Prof Y. KIVSHAR with Prof C. Soukoulis, Iowa University and Ames Laboratories, USA

Spatial Optical Solitons and Vortices in Higher Dimensions by Prof Y. KIVSHAR and Dr E.A.

OSTROVSKAYA with Prof D. Anderson and Prof M.

Lisak, Chalmers Technical University, Sweden

Stability of Spatial Solitons by Prof Y. KIVSHAR and

Dr E.A. OSTROVSKAYA with Prof V. Garcia-Ripoll,

University of Castilia-La Mancha, Spain

Planar Lightwave Circuits Program by Prof J.D. LOVE

& Dr. A ANKIEWICZ with University of New South

Wales; RMIT University; University of Sydney; Royal

Institute of Technology, Stockholm; Redfern Integrated Optics, Sydney; Ericsson Australia Pty Ltd,

Melbourne

Add/Drop Optical Wavelength Filters by Prof J.D.

LOVE with Dr G. Meltz, OFT Associates, USA; Department of Communications, Canada

Optical Fibre Couplers by Prof J.D. LOVE with ADC

Telecommunications Australia Pty Limited, Canberra

Hybrid Silica-Polymer Devices by Prof J.D. LOVE with Lightwave Microsystems Corporation, USA

Optical Coupler Bandpass Filter by Prof J.D. LOVE with Dr A. Stevenson, Victoria University; Dr P.K.

Lam, Dept of Physics, ANU

Fibre/Waveguide Etching & Characterisation by Prof

J.D. LOVE with Dr S. Huntington, University of

Melbourne

Tapered, Depressed-Cladding Fibres by Prof J.D.

LOVE with Prof R. Stolen, Virginia Tech University,

USA

Tapered Fibre WKB and Local-Mode Theory by Prof

J.D. LOVE with Dr D. Salazar, University of Oxford,

UK

Undergraduate Book on Optical Communications by

Prof J.D. LOVE with Dr F. Payne, University of Cambridge, UK

Thin, Flat-Panel Video Screen by Prof J.D. LOVE with

Dr S. Huntington, Melbourne University; D. Thorncraft, Redfern Photonics Pty Ltd; I. Maxwell, Redfern

Polymer Optics Pty Ltd

Plasma Research Laboratory

Soft X-ray Measurements on H-1NF by Dr B.D.

BLACKWELL and Dr J. HOWARD with A/Prof A.D.

Cheetham, University of Canberra

RF Plasma Wave Studies in H-1NF by Dr G.G.

BORG, Dr I.V. KAMENSKI and Dr D.G. MILJAK with Dr T. Seki, National Institute for Fusion Science,

Japan

Plasma Antenna Concept Demonstrator by Dr G.G.

BORG and Prof J.H. HARRIS with Dr N.M. Martin,

Defence, Science and Technology Organisation

Plasma Switches for Mobile Phones by Dr G.G. Borg and P. Linardakis with Dr R. Scheer, Motorola, Harvard, Illinois, USA

Stereo Digital Video by Prof R.W. BOSWELL and SP3

Group with Compucat

HARE by Prof R.W. BOSWELL and SP3 Group with

Prof D. MacKenzie, Dr B. James and Dr I. Falconer,

University of Sydney

Etching of Si/Ge Films by Prof R.W. BOSWELL and

SP3 Group with Prof G. Turban, University of Nantes,

France

Plasma Deposition of Palladium by Prof R.W.

BOSWELL and SP3 Group with Dr P. Brault, University of Orleans, France

Fibre Optic Probes for Plasma Diagnostics by Dr J.

HOWARD with V. Everett and Prof G. Woolsey, University of New England

Measurement of Electric Field in H-1NF Using Laser

Induced Fluorescence Techniques by Dr J. HOWARD with P. Feng and A/Prof B.W. James, University of

Sydney

Electron Cyclotron Heating of Plasma in Stellarators by

Dr M.G. SHATS with Dr K. Nagasaki, Kyoto University, Japan

High Confinement Studies in Stellarators by Dr M.G.

SHATS with Prof K. Toi, National Institute for Fusion

Science, Nagoya, Japan

Development of a Quasi-optical Transmission Line for a High-power Microwave Gyrotron by Dr M.G.

SHATS with Prof M. Sato, National Institute for Fusion Science, Nagoya, Japan

Application of Novel Signal Analysis Techniques to the

Plasma Turbulence by Dr M.G. SHATS with Dr X.H.

Shi, Central Queensland University

Theoretical Physics

Bistability and hysteresis in self-assembling micelle systems: A micellar switch by Dr Rowena BALL with A. D.

J. Haymet, University of Houston, Texas, USA

The

7

Be(p, g)

8

B S-factor by Prof F.C. BARKER with

Prof A.M. Mukhamedzhanov, Texas A&M University,

USA

Proton Reactions on

9

Be by Prof F.C. BARKER with

Prof Y. Kondo, Kyoto Women’s University, Japan

Beta Delayed Deuteron Emission from

6

He by Prof

F.C. BARKER with Dr L. Buchmann, TRIUMF,

Canada

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Electron Correlation and Metal-insulator Transition by

Dr M.P. DAS with Prof D. Neilson, University of New

South Wales

Fluctuations in Mesoscopic Systems by Dr M.P. DAS with Dr F. Green, CSIRO and University of New

South Wales

Magnetic Properties of High Tc Superconductors by

Dr M.P. DAS with Prof S.X. Dou, University of

Wollongong

Two Dimensional Interacting Coulomb Systems by Dr

M.P. DAS with Prof K.I. Golden, University of Vermont, USA

Text on Fluid Dynamics and Magnetohydrodynamics by Prof R.L. DEWAR with Prof R.J. Hosking, University of Brunei

The Spectrum of Ballooning Modes in Strongly Threedimensional Plasmas by Prof R.L. DEWAR with Dr

W.A. Cooper, CRPP, Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de

Lausanne, Switzerland

Ballooning Modes in Three-dimensional Plasmas with

Magnetic Islands by Prof R.L. DEWAR with Dr S.R.

Hudson, Princeton University, USA

Three-dimensional Resistive Magnetohydrodynamic

Stability by Dr H.J. GARDNER with Prof R. Storer,

Flinders University

Convergent Close-coupling Theory of Double Ionization by Photon and Electron Impact by Dr A.S.

KHEIFETS with Dr I. Bray, Flinders University

Electron Momentum Density Studies in Metals and

Metal Oxides by Dr A.S. KHEIFETS with Dr M. Ford,

Flinders University

Electron Impact Double Ionization of the Helium

Atom by Dr A.S. KHEIFETS with Prof A. Lahmam-

Bennani, University of Paris – Orsay; Dr A. Dorn, University of Freiburg, Germany

Coincident Compton Scattering from Solids by Dr A.S.

KHEIFETS with Prof F. Bell, University of Munich,

Germany

Multiple Atomic Photoionization by Dr A.S.

KHEIFETS with Prof Y. Azuma, High Energy Accelerator Research Organization, Japan

Quantum-classical Correspondence in Microscopic and

Mesoscopic Complex Collisions by Dr S.Yu. KUN with Prof W. Greiner, University of Frankfurt, Germany; Dr A.V. Vagov, University of Sheffield, UK

Magnetic Dipole Properties in Collective Nuclei by Dr

S. KUYUCAK with Prof B.R. Barrett, University of Arizona, USA

Antiproton Scattering by Dr B.A. ROBSON with Prof

Zhang Yu-shun, Institute of High Energy Physics, Beijing, P.R. China

Joint Research Projects undertaken with universities, CSIRO and other institutions

High Energy Deuteron-Deuteron Elastic Scattering by

Dr B.A. ROBSON with Prof Zhang Yu-shun, Institute of High Energy Physics, Beijing, P.R. China

A Scenario for the Formation of the Universe by the

Fragmentation of Macroscopic Superstrings by Dr L.J.

TASSIE with Prof P. Brosche, Bonn University,

Germany

Electromagnetic Corrections to Hadronic Processes by

Dr W.S. WOOLCOCK with Dr A. Gashi, Dr E.

Matsinos and Prof G. Rasche, University of Zürich,

Switzerland; Prof G.C. Oades, University of Aarhus,

Denmark

The School holds 39 international collaborative/cooperative agreements and/or memoranda of understanding with the following institutions and organisations:

• Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd, Korea

• Shanghai Institute of Technical Physics (SITP),

Chinese Academy of Sciences

• The Physics Department, University of Pretoria

• Institute of Advanced Energy, Kyoto, Japan

• Tsinghua University, Beijing, China

• The European Union-Australia Science & Technology Agreement, DIST

• Deutscher Akademischer Austauschdienst

(DAAD) Exchange Service

• ANU-Engineering & Physical Sciences Research

Council Agreement (ANU-EPSRC), UK (The

ANU-EPSRC agreement in effect covers a range of

UK universities)

• Beijing University, China

• National Institute for Fusion Science, Nagoya,

Japan

• Lockheed Martin Energy Research Corporation,

Oak Ridge National Laboratory, USA

• L’Ecole Polytechnique, Paris, France

• Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden

• Ericsson Components AB, Stockholm, Sweden

• British Telecom Laboratories, UK

• Cambridge University, UK

• Telecom Korea, Seoul

• OFT Associates, USA

• Department of Communications, Ottawa, Canada

• ATLAS Accelerator Facility, Argonne National

Laboratory, USA

• Physics Division, Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory,

USA

• HHRIF, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, USA

• Physics Department, University of Jyväskylä, Finland

• National Accelerator Facility and FRD, South

Africa

• GANIL IN2P3, France

• Hahn-Meitner Institute, Berlin, Germany

• RCNP, Osaka, Japan

• Institute of Nuclear Physics, Leuven, Belgium

• Ericsson Fibre Optic Research Centre, Stockholm,

Sweden

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• British Telecom Research Laboratories, UK

• Bell Laboratories, USA

• Lucent Technologies (an offshoot of Bell Labs),

USA

• Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory, Princeton

University, USA

• Stanford Linear Accelerator Center, Stanford

Sychrotron Radiation Laboratory, USA

• Institute of Mathematics Modelling, Technical

University of Denmark

• COBRA Inter-Universiy Research Institute on

Communication Technology, Eindhoven UTech,

The Netherlands

• National Laboratory for Infrared Physics, Shanghai

Institute of Technical Physics, Chinese Academy of

Sciences

• Lightwave Microsystems Corporation, USA

• Oxford University, UK

National Collaborative Agreements from 1994

The School holds 29 national collaborative agreements under the IAS/Other Australian University Collaboration Scheme and has various independent agreements with Australian industries:

• Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology

• Macquarie University

• La Trobe University

• University of Newcastle

• The University of Canberra

• The University of Wollongong, NSW

• University of Queensland

• The University of South Australia

• Griffith University

• Curtin University of Technology, Western Australia

• University of New England

• University College, Canberra, University of New

South Wales

• Monash University, Victoria

• James Cook University, Queensland

• University of Melbourne

• University of New South Wales

• University of Sydney

• Central Queensland University

• Flinders University of South Australia

• University of Western Australia

• Faculty of Business and Technology, University of

Western Sydney

• AGEN Pty Ltd

• Ericsson Australia Pty Ltd, Melbourne

• ADC Australia, Canberra (AOFR Pty Ltd)

• Siemens Ltd, Sydney

• Photonic Technologies Pty Ltd, Sydney

• Hypatia Analytic Thought Pty Ltd, Melbourne

• The Powerhouse, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, Sydney

• JDS/Uniphase, Sydney

Research School of Social Sciences

Centre for Democratic Institutions

What makes a champion? By R. RICH with Prof Allan

Snyder and colleagues, Centre for the Mind, University of Sydney and ANU.

Centre for Economic Policy Research

The effects of training programs on the unemployed; credit constraints and government unemployment policy by Prof B.J. CHAPMAN with Dr T. Crossley, York

University, Canada and Dr T Kim, McMaster

University.

Evaluating training programs by Prof B.J. CHAPMAN with Dr T. Crossley, York University, Canada, Dr D.

Cobb-Clark, ANU and S. Kennedy, Australian Bureau of Statistics.

Avoiding recessions and long term unemployment; labour supply and demography 2000-2030 by Prof B.J.

CHAPMAN with Dr C. Kapuscinski, Australian Bureau of Statistics.

Towards a cross-sectoral funding system for education and training by Prof B.J. CHAPMAN with L. Doughney, Victoria University of Technology and L. Watson,

University of Canberra.

Youth unemployment and crime by Prof B.J. CHAP-

MAN with Dr D. Weatherburn, New South Wales

Institute of Criminology and Dr C. Kapuscinski, Australian Bureau of Statistics.

Reforming Rwandan education financing policy by

Prof B.J. CHAPMAN with B. Fraser, UK Department for International Development.

Ethiopian higher education financing reform by Prof

B.J. CHAPMAN with N. Bennett, World Bank.

Cross-section and cohort estimates of rates of return to education by Prof B.J. CHAPMAN with Dr Y. Tseng,

University of Melbourne.

International comparisons of student loans by Prof B.J.

CHAPMAN with Dr S. Maani, University of

Auckland.

The impact of unemployment on youth by Prof B.J.

CHAPMAN with Dr M. Gray, Australian Institute of

Family Studies.

The foregone earnings from child-rearing revisited by

Prof B.J. CHAPMAN with Dr M. Gray (Australian Institute of Family Studies), and Y. Dunlop , Dr A. Lui and Dr D. Mitchell (ANU).

Unemployment, consumption smoothing and the demand for durables; the long run costs of job loss by Dr

T. CROSSLEY with Dr M. Browning, University of

Copenhagen.

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Testing hyperbolic absolute risk aversion preferences by

Dr T. CROSSLEY with Dr M. Browning and Dr M.

Erjnaes, University of Copenhagen.

A model of search and consumption by Dr T. CROSS-

LEY with Dr M. Browning, University of Copenhagen and Dr E. Smith, University of Essex.

Specification and testing of immigrant assimilation profiles by Dr T. CROSSLEY with Dr C. Worswick,

University of Melbourne.

Trends in consumption inequality in Australia by Dr T.

CROSSLEY with Dr C. Worswick, University of Melbourne, and Dr G. Barrett, University of New South

Wales.

Uptake of benefit payments by immigrants to Canada by Dr T. CROSSLEY with Dr C. Worswick, University of Melbourne and Dr T. McDonald, University of

Tasmania.

A distributional analysis of prescription drug subsidies by Dr T. CROSSLEY with Dr M. Veall, Dr P. Grootendorst and S. Korkmaz, McMaster University.

The impact of the 1987 tax reform on charitable giving by Dr T. CROSSLEY with Dr M. Veall, McMaster

University and T. Kim, York University, Canada.

Statistical models for repeated short panels by Dr T.

CROSSLEY with Dr V. Hildebrand, York University,

Canada.

Physician responses to Billings caps: evidence from three provinces by Dr T. CROSSLEY with Dr J. Hurley and Dr P. Grootendorst, McMaster University.

Progress on child poverty in Canada? by Dr T. CROSS-

LEY with Dr L. Curtis, Dalhousie University.

Demand for training among the unemployed by Dr T.

CROSSLEY with Dr B. Chapman, ANU and Dr Taejong Kim, York University, Canada.

Job starts and job finds by Dr T. CROSSLEY with Prof

P. Kuhn, University of California, Santa Barbara.

Centre for Tax System Integrity

Evaluating bullying in schools in British Colombia,

Canada by Dr B. MORRISON with J. Hopkins, Canadian Ministry of Education and V. Stancato, Safe

School Centre and British Columbia Attorney General's Department.

Demography Program

Revolution, war and modernisation: population policy and fertility changes in Iran by Prof G.W. JONES, Prof

P. McDONALD and Dr M.J. ABBASI-SHAVAZI with Prof A. Mehryar, Institute for Research on Population and Development, Iran.

Collaboration in curriculum development for population research by Dr T.H. HULL, Prof G.W. JONES,

Joint Research Projects undertaken with universities, CSIRO and other institutions

Prof P.F. McDONALD and Dr H. BOOTH with Dr

S.M. Adioetomo and others, Demographic Institute,

Faculty of Economics, University of Indonesia.

Immigrant adjustment: the role of work and family factors by Dr S-E. KHOO with Dr A. Mak, University of

Canberra.

Islam, the state and population policy by Prof G.W.

JONES with colleagues in Egypt, Iran, Pakistan, Turkey, Indonesia, Bangladesh.

The extended metropolitan regions of seven large Indonesian cities by Prof G.W. JONES with colleagues at the Central Statistical Board, Indonesia.

Branch migration by Dr D. LUCAS with Dr N. Parr,

Macquarie University.

Female labour force participation in South Africa; immigration to South Africa by Dr D. LUCAS with Prof

Kalule-Sabiti, Population Unit, University of the North

West and Prof Amoateng, Institute for Child and Family Development, University of the Western Cape,

South Africa.

Negotiating the life course by Prof P. McDONALD with Dr J. Baxter, University of Queensland.

Fertility decline in Iran by Prof P. McDONALD with colleagues at the University of Tehran.

Demographic transition in the Balkans and Eastern

Mediterranean 1950-2000 by Dr C. WILSON with Dr

A. Gjonça, London School of Economics.

Fundamental issues in demographic methodology by

Dr C. WILSON with Dr J. Oeppen, Cambridge

University.

Caste and class in Kerala’s fertility transition by Dr C.

WILSON with Dr S. Pallikadavath, National Centre for Applied Economic Research, New Delhi.

Director

Australian electoral change by Prof I. McALLISTER with Dr C. Bean, Queensland University of Technology and Dr D. Gow, University of Queensland.

Russian politics in the post-communist era by Prof I.

McALLISTER with Prof S. White, University of

Glasgow.

The Northern Ireland peace process by Prof I. McAL-

LISTER with Prof B. Hayes, Queen's University,

Belfast.

Economics Program

Sexual harrassment in the US military by Dr D. COBB-

CLARK with Dr H. Antecol, Illinois State University.

Assessing the family investment hypothesis in immigrant families by Dr D. COBB-CLARK with Dr T.

Crossley, York University, Canada.

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Post-migration human capital investment in immigrant families by Dr D. COBB-CLARK with Dr C. Worswick, Carleton University and Dr M. Connolly,

Chatham College, Pittsburgh.

Sources of old-age support in Indonesia by Dr D.

COBB-CLARK with Dr L. Cameron, University of

Melbourne.

Understanding the parenting payment population by

Dr D. COBB-CLARK with Dr G. Barrett, University of New South Wales.

Empirical analysis of the determinants of vote share in

US House elections by Dr D. DHARMAPALA with Dr

K.F. Palda, University of Quebec.

The Condorcet jury theorem and the expressive function of law: a theory of informative law by Dr D.

DHARMAPALA with Dr R. McAdams, University of

Illinois.

A general model of judicial decision making by Dr D.

DHARMAPALA with Dr E. Schwartz, Harvard

University.

Penalty enhancement for hate crimes: efficiency and fairness considerations by Dr D. DHARMAPALA with

Dr N. Garoupa, Universitat Pompeu Fabra.

Jobs, gender and inequality: a comparative study by

Prof R.G. GREGORY with Dr J. Borland, University of Melbourne and Prof P. Sheehan, Victoria University of Technology.

The future governance of Australia by Dr M. KEAT-

ING with Prof P. Weller and Prof J. Wanna, Griffith

University and Dr G. Davis, Queensland Premiers

Department.

Negotiating the life course by Dr D. MITCHELL with

Prof P. McDonald, ANU and Dr J. Baxter, University of Queensland.

Private lives and public bodies: a study of women and institutions in Australia by Dr D. MITCHELL with

Prof M. Gatens, University of Sydney and Dr V.

Braithwaite, ANU.

Methods for cycle analysis by Prof A.R. PAGAN with

Dr D. Harding, Melbourne Institute.

A VAR representation of the FPS model by Prof A.R.

PAGAN with Dr J. McDermott, Reserve Bank of New

Zealand.

Inventory models and the business cycle by Prof A.R.

PAGAN with Prof L. Maccini, Johns Hopkins

University.

Testing for duration dependence by Prof A.R. PAGAN with Prof L. Taylor, Lehigh University.

History Program

South Seas project by C. BLACKALL with Assoc Prof

Paul Turnbull, James Cook University and others.

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Inflows: the channel country by Dr T. GRIFFITHS with Dr J. Carruthers, University of South Africa, G.

Fitzhardinge, University of West Sydney, and M. Martin, ANU.

Forests of ash by Dr T. GRIFFITHS with Dr A. Yen and others, Museum Victoria.

Australians in Antarctica by Dr T. GRIFFITHS with

Dr B. Hains, Monash University.

Theoretical and methodological comparisons of oral and written sources in the historical study of domestic service in Australia in the twentieth century by Prof

B.W. HIGMAN with Dr P. Hamilton, University of

Technology, Sydney.

Law Program

Information feudalism by Prof J. BRAITHWAITE with Dr P. Drahos, University of London.

Shame management through reintegration by Prof J.

BRAITHWAITE, Dr E. AHMED and Dr V.

BRAITHWAITE with Dr N. Harris, Leuven

University.

Aggressive tax planning by Prof J. BRAITHWAITE and T. MURPHY with K. Fitzpatrick and M. Bersten,

Australian Taxation Office.

Risk indicators for tax compliance by high wealth individuals by Prof J. BRAITHWAITE and Y.

PITTELKOW with R. Williams, Australian Taxation

Office.

Reintegrative shaming experiments by Prof J.

BRAITHWAITE and Dr H. STRANG with Prof L.

Sherman, University of Pennsylvania.

An empirical study of new forms of conflict resolution and the prevention of repeated delinquency by Dr H.

STRANG and Prof J. BRAITHWAITE with Prof H.

Nishimura and Prof Y. Hosoi, Tokyo University.

Political Science Program

A comparative study of women's constitutional activism by Prof M. SAWER with Prof J. Vickers, Carleton University, Canada.

Motivating ministerial ethics and ethics and organisation theory by Dr J. UHR with Profs C. Sampford and

N. Preston, Griffith University.

Multiculturalism and democracy by Dr J. UHR with

Prof H.D. Forbes, University of Toronto.

Rethinking parliamentary government by Dr J. UHR with Prof J. Wanna, Griffith University.

Social and Political Theory Program

Welfare state regimes and pillars by Prof R. GOODIN with Prof M. Rein, Massachusetts Institute of Technol-

Joint Research Projects undertaken with universities, CSIRO and other institutions ogy/Hanse-Wissenschaftskolleg, Delmenhorst, Germany

Revealing altruism by Prof R. GOODIN with Prof N.

Folbre, University of Massachusetts, Amherst.

Epistemic democracy by Prof R. GOODIN with C.

List, Harvard University/Massachusetts Institute of

Technology.

The de-casualisation of care by Prof R. GOODIN with

Dr D. Gibson, Australian Institute of Health and

Welfare.

Democratic institutional design by Prof H.G. BREN-

NAN with Prof A. Hamlin, University of

Southampton.

The analytics of trust and courts by Prof H.G. BREN-

NAN with Prof H. Kliemt, Georg Mercator University,

Duisburg.

The collected works of James Buchanan by Prof H.G.

BRENNAN with Prof H. Kliemt, Georg Mercator

University, Duisburg and Prof R. Tollison, Mississippi

University.

Ethics and economics by Prof H.G. BRENNAN with

Prof L. Lomasky. Bowling Green State University.

Fiscal constitutions by Prof H.G. BRENNAN with

Prof G. Eusepi, University of Rome La Sapienza.

The aggregation of reason: an impossibility theorem by

Prof P. PETTIT with C. List, Harvard University/Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

Municipal Association of Victoria local government project by J. PARKINSON with Dr R. Kiss, Centre for

Public Policy, University of Melbourne.

Sociology Program

Social and other correlates of adolescent idiopathic scoliosis by Prof F. L. JONES with Prof T. Taylor,

University of Sydney.

Diversity, identity and active citizenship by Prof F. L.

JONES with Dr P. Smith and others, University of

Queensland.

Negotiating the lifecourse by Prof F. L. JONES with Dr

D. Mitchell and Prof P. McDonald, ANU and Dr J.

Baxter, University of Queensland.

Integrated public use microdata series international

(IPUMSi): A National Science Foundation project for integrating international census microdata by Prof F. L.

JONES with Prof R. McCaa and Prof S. Ruggles, University of Minnesota.

Issues for rural practice by Dr J. McMILLAN with Prof

J.S. Western and K. Dwan, University of Queensland and Dr T. Makkai, Australia Institute of Criminology.

The nature and characteristics of professionals by Dr J.

McMILLAN with Prof J.S. Western and K. Dwan,

University of Queensland.

Managers, experts and organisations: contemporary careers and organisational change by Prof J. WAJCMAN with Assoc Prof B. Martin, Flinders University of South

Australia.

Centre for Resource and

Environmental Studies

Trade and environment by Dr Sali BACHE and Dr

Stephen DOVERS with Dr Marcus Haward, University of Tasmania.

Assessment of water quality in the Belmore River for better management by Dr Sara BEAVIS with Kempsey

Shire Council, NSW DLWC, NSW Department of

Agriculture, Macleay Acid Sulphate Soils Action Group

(MASSLAG)

Community science: improving theory, policy and practice by Dr Anna CARR with Murdoch University’s

Dr Laura Stocker on a paper called 'What is this thing called community science?' and with CRES staff Libby

Robin and Deborah Rose on a panel presentation to a conference in Oregon, USA.

A biophysical profile of the Snowy Catchment, NSW: summer research scholarship report by Jane CAT-

FORD, Katherine MINTO and Katherine

MITCHELL with Integrated Catchment Assessment and Management Report for the Snowy Catchment Action Plan (SnoCAP) in collaboration with: Snowy

Genoa Catchment Management Committee (CMC);

Snowy River Shire Council; Landcare; National Parks and Wildlife; Department of Urban Affairs & Planning;

Department of Land & Water Conservation; Supervisor: Dr Bill Watson of iCAM at CRES.

Straddling boundaries: inter-governmental arrangements for managing natural resources by Dr Peter

CRABB with Dr Stephen Dovers as leader of the Land and Water Australia project

Basin-wide mapping of sediment and nutrient exports in dryland regions by Dr Barry CROKE, Prof Tony JA-

KEMAN and Lachlan NEWHAM with Dr C. Moran,

Dr J. Olley, Dr I. Prosser, Dr H. Lu, CSIRO Land and

Water

Australian forest history by Dr John DARGAVEL with

Macquarie University and Australian Forest History Society Inc.

Seasonal habitat use, food resources and Aboriginal perceptions of the feral pig Sus scrofa in the Arafura wetlands, Northern Territory by Anthea DEE with

Ramingining Community and Wanga Djakamirr

Ranger Unit; NLC Caring for Country Unit; Parks and

Wildlife Commission of the Northern Territory;

CSIRO Wildlife and Ecology.

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Risk and community safety research initiative by Dr

Stephen DOVERS; Prof John Handmer, Middlesex

University; Prof Tony Norton, RMIT University, Melbourne with Emergency Management Australia,

Australian Institute of Emergency Management.

Policy processes and institutions for sustainability by Dr

Stephen DOVERS with various Australian researchers and practitioners

Strategic environmental assessment by Dr Stephen

DOVERS with Dr Simon Marsden of the University of

Essex

Modelling climate-surface hydrology interactions in data sparse areas by Dr Jason EVANS with Prof Tony

JAKEMAN, CRES; Prof Bob Oglesby, Purdue University, USA; Dr Bill Lapenta, ASA, USA.

Land and water resources: availability and limitations of water and soil resources of the Mekong Delta with respect to rice-shrimp farming by Dr Fereidoun

GHASSEMI and Dr Donna BRENNAN (ACIAR) with Dr Donna Brennan, Research Program Manager,

Agricultural Development Policy, Australian Centre for

International Agricultural Research (ACIAR), Canberra; Dr Nguyen Tat Dac, Institute of Applied

Mechanics, Ho Chi Minh City; Dr Do Tien Hung, Geological Survey of Vietnam, Ho Chi Minh City;

Nguyen Hong Bang, Geological Survey of Vietnam,

Ho Chi Minh City; Pham Van Giang, Geological Survey of Vietnam, Ho Chi Minh City; Vo Quang Minh,

Department of Soil Science, Can Tho University;

Luong Van Than, Southern Institute of Water Resources Research, Ho Chi Minh City; Nguyen Than Tin,

Sub-Institute for Water Resources Planning and Management, Ho Chi Minh City

Spatial interpolation of rainfall data using fast numerical approximations of minimum generalised cross validation thin plate smoothing splines by Penny HAN-

COCK with Dr Michael HUTCHINSON, CRES; Dr

Frank deHoog, CSIRO Division of Mathematics and

Information Sciences.

APEC Virtual Centre for Environmental Technology

Exchange by Lance HEATH with the Japanese APEC

VC Secretariat, Indonesian Ministry of Industry and

Trade, Vietnamese Ministry of Trade and the Environment, Thailand’s Department of Environment, Policy and Planning, Australia’s Department of Industry, Science and Resources and AusAID.

BioRAP: Tools for rapid assessment of biodiversity by

Dr Michael HUTCHINSON (with Prof Henry Nix,

Janet Stein, Dr Jennifer Kesteven) with CSIRO Division of Wildlife and Ecology, Centre for Plant

Biodiversity Research, Bishop Museum of Hawaii, Department of Environment and Conservation of Papua

New Guinea.

Spatio-temporal modelling of rainfall and temperature by Dr Michael HUTCHINSON with Dr Lelys Guen-

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McKenney, Canadian Forest Service.

Integrated catchment management system (ICMS) by

Prof Tony JAKEMAN, Dr Barry Croke, Juliet Gilmore, Rebecca Letcher, Lachlan Newham and Chris

Buller with Sue Cuddy and Michael Reed, CSIRO

Land and Water

Groundwater modelling: modelling of the Jemalong and Wyldes Plains Irrigation District and Lake Cowal aquifer system by Ruben LAMPAYAN, Dr Fereidoun

GHASSEMI, Prof Ian WHITE and Prof Tony JAKE-

MAN with NSW Department of Land and Water

Conservation (Forbes and Dubbo offices).

Issues in integrated modelling and assessment (case study on off-allocation access in the Namoi) by Rebecca

LETCHER with assistance and data provided by NSW

Department of Land and Water Conservation, NSW

Department of Agriculture and Australian Cotton Research Institute (ACRI) staff.

CHESS — The Central Highlands Environmental Systems Study by Dr David LINDENMAYER with Dr

Brendan Mackey, CRES, ANU; Dr Michael McCarthy, University of Melbourne; Dr Malcolm Gill,

CSIRO Plant Industry, Ryan Incoll, CRES; Dr Ross

Cunningham, Statistics, ANU; C Donnelly, Statistics,

ANU; Dr Janette Lindesay, Geography, ANU.

Tree hollows and wildlife conservation: a textbook by

Dr David LINDENMAYER with Dr P. Gibbons,

NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service, Queanbeyan NSW

The Tumut fragmentation experiment by Dr David

LINDENMAYER with Dr Ross CUNNINGHAM,

Statistics, ANU; David RAWLINGS, Landscape Ecology; C. MacGREGOR, CRES; M. POPE, CRES; Dr

Michael McCarthy, Departmant of Botany, University of Melbourne; Prof Henry NIX, CRES; Prof Hugh

Possingham, Adelaide; Dr R Lacy, Brookfield Zoo,

Chicago; C DONNELLY, Statistics, ANU; Dr R.

PEAKALL, Botany and Zoology, ANU; Prof C. Moritz, Department of Zoology, University of Qld; Dr D.

Patkeau, Department of Zoology, University of Qld;

Prof H. Tyndale-Biscoe, RSBS, ANU; Dr A. Taylor,

Department of Biological Science, Monash University

A new textbook on the importance of off-reserve lands and matrix management for biodiversity conservation by Dr David LINDENMAYER with Dr J.F. Franklin,

University of Washington, Seattle.

Biophysical considerations in integrated catchment management: a modelling system for Northern Thailand by Wendy MERRITT which forms part of the

Integrated Water Resources Assessment and Management (IWRAM) project, a collaborative project involving the Royal Project Foundation of Thailand, the Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research (ACIAR), the Department of Land

Joint Research Projects undertaken with universities, CSIRO and other institutions

Development in Thailand, the Australian National

University and university departments from Chiang

Mai, Maijo, and Kasetstart Universities.

Linking catchment characteristics to sediment and nutrient generation in the Upper Murrumbidgee catchment by Lachlan NEWHAM with Strategic Partnerships with Industry — Research and Training

(SPIRT)

Long-term environmental change and landform evolution by Prof C.D. OLLIER with Prof Karna Lichnar-

Bergstrom Department of Physical Geographer University of Stockholm Sweden; Dr C.F. Pain, Australian

Geological Survey Organisation, Canberra; Dr J.P. Terry Department of Geography, University of the South

Pacific Fiji; Prof M. Coltorti Dipartimento di Scienze della Terra Universita di Siena Italy; Prof J. Rabassa,

Rector Comahue University Neuquen Argentina.; Prof

R. Bourman, University of South Australia.

Ecological-economic modelling by Dr Jack PEZZEY with Marty Anderies, CSIRO Division of Wildlife and

Ecology, Canberra

Reviews of economics of sustainability by Dr Jack PEZ-

ZEY with Mike Toman, Resources for the Future,

Washington DC (co-author)

Encyclopedia of Religion and Nature entries dealing with Aboriginal Australia by Dr Deborah Bird ROSE, a member of the Oceania Task Force, with general editor,

Bron Taylor, Director of Environmental Studies, and

Oshkosh Foundation Professor of Religion and Social

Ethics, the University of Wisconsin, Oshkosh.

A book of collected essays on frontier landscapes by Dr

Deborah Bird ROSE co-edited with Dr Richard Davis,

Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies.

Dreaming ecology, Victoria River Region, Northern

Territory by Dr Deborah Bird ROSE with the Ngarinman, Bilinara, Ngaliwurru, Mudbura, Gurindji,

Malngin, and other Victoria River peoples.

Indigenous ecological knowledge in the northern floodplains by Dr Deborah Bird ROSE with the Whitebellied Sea Eagle clan (Rak Mak Mak), and the ecophotographer Sharon D’Amico.

A rainfall-runoff modelling workshop centred around the use of the model IHACRES conducted by Sergei

SCHREIDER and Jason EVANS for the Thai Department of Land Development (DLD) in Bangkok,

Thailand.

Streamflow modelling in the Island Bend Catchment,

Snowy River by Dr Sergei SCHREIDER and Prof

Tony JAKEMAN with Geoffrey Adams, Snowy Mountains Hydro-electric Authority (SMHEA)

Ecological economics theory by Dr David STERN with

Robert Kaufmann, Boston and Cutler Cleveland, Boston University, Robert Costanza, University of

Maryland; Mike Young, CSIRO; Steve Dovers, ANU

Global Climate Change by Dr David STERN with Dr

Robert Kaufmann, Boston University

Environmental Kuznets Curve by Dr David STERN with Dr Roger Perman, University of Strathclyde; Mick

Common, University of Strathclyde

Resilience and resource depletion by Dr David STERN with Dr Charles Perrings, University of York; Dr Cutler

Cleveland, Boston University

Hydrological analysis for the integration of agroforestry into Australia’s farming systems by Jenny TICE-

HURST with CSIRO and the MDBC, as part of the

‘Heartlands’ Initiative. There is particularly a strong link with CSIRO Land and Water due to supervision by

Dr Hamish Cresswell and Dr Neil McKenzie.

The vulnerability of the city: urban environment, infrastructure investment by Prof Patrick TROY with

University of Western Sydney, Campbelltown and

Warren Centre, University of Sydney.

Catchment response to land use and climate change by

Prof R.J. WASSON with Kalgan case study (WA): Agriculture WA, UWA; Ord case study (WA): Agriculture

WA, Rivers and Waters Commission, CSIRO, Aarhus

University; Herbert Case Study (Qld): CSIRO, DNR,

AIMS; Murrumbidgee case study (NSW): CSIRO,

Starr Consulting.

Futures in natural resource and environmental management: postgraduate student think-tank by Su WILD

RIVER with assistance from Arcadian Solutions, consulting agency.

Case studies of local government attempts to deliver environmental outcomes by Su WILD RIVER with about

45 individuals around Australia, mostly from local government.

Hydrogeology of the Pilliga Sandstone Aquifer in the

Western Coonamble Embayment and its implications for water resource management by Carolann WOLF-

GANG with DLWC Parramatta and Dubbo offices

The Faculties

Faculty of Arts

Archaeology and Anthropology

Planning for project on Clines and Boundaries by Dr R.

ATTENBOROUGH with Prof M. SPRIGGS, ANU and Prof R. Ward and Dr C. Gosden, Oxford

University.

The Land of Iron: The Historical Archaeology of Luwu and the Cenrana Valley. Results of the Origin of Complex Society in South Sulawesi Project (OXIS) by Dr

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BULBECK with Dr Ian Caldwell, University of Hull's

Centre for South-East Asian Studies.

Cataloguing and research on the P-M Heude collection in Beijing and Shanghai by Prof GROVES with Dr Peter Grubb, London; Ms Anja Braun, University of

Erlangen, Germany; and Dr Yang Qisen and Ms Xia

Lin, Institute of Zoology, Beijing.

Joint Large ARC ‘Hominid evolution and extinctions during the Miocene in the Siwaliks of Indo-Pakistan’ by

Prof GROVES with Dr David Cameron, University of

Sydney; Dr B. Pilans, RSES, ANU; and Prof M. Williams, University of Adelaide.

Collaborative project to reanalyse Capertee 3’ by Dr

HISCOCK with Dr Val Attenbrow, Australian

Museum.

Joint research project on the ethnicity of former hunters and gatherers by Dr KEEN with the National Museum of Ethnology in Osaka, Japan.

A marine shell correction factor for radiocarbon dating in the Admiralty Islands, Papua New Guinea by Prof

SPRIGGS with W. Ambrose, ANH, RSPAS, ANU and

M. Phelan, Waikato University, New Zealand.

Bridging Sunda and Sahul: the archaeology of the border area between Asia, Australia and Melanesia in East

Timor by Prof SPRIGGS with Dr S. O’CONNOR,

ANH, RSPAS, ANU and Dr P. Veth, James Cook

University.

Pacific pottery sourcing project by Dr SUMMERHAY-

ES with Prof A. ANDERSON, ANH, RSPAS, ANU and Dr D. Kennett, California State University.

Centre for Arab and Islamic Studies

Peace and Democracy in the Middle East, by Amin

SAIKAL, co-director of the project as part of the Peace and Governance Programme, United Nations University, Tokyo; continued as member, UN Institute for

Disarmament’s panel on ‘Biological Disarmament’

(volume forthcoming), and the International Commission for Peace and Security in West Asia.

Historical memories and interpretations in Central

Asia, collaborative research by Kirill NOURZHANOV with the Department of History, Macquarie University.

Issues of comparative parliamentarism in Central Asia by Kirill NOURZHANOV with the Contemporary

Europe Research Centre, University of Melbourne.

English

Asian influences in Australian theatre by Jaqueline LO with Helen Gilbert (UQ).

Romantic Sociability: British Social and Literary Networks, 1770-1840, a collection of essays by Gillian

RUSSELL edited with Dr Clara Tuite, University of

Melbourne submitted to Cambridge University Press.

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Philosophy

A new approach to intractable issues in metaphysics by

Richard CAMPBELL, with Mark Bickhard, Lehigh

University.

The interface between philosophy and theology and more particularly with the notion of ‘truth’ in contemporary Christian apologetics by Winifred LAMB with the School of Theology, Charles Sturt University.

School of Social Sciences

The Centenary of Federation volume on the Australian

Public Service being produced under the auspices of the

Public Sector and Merit Protection Commission and partially funded by the Centenary of Federation Foundation by Mr ADAMS with a number of scholars and public servants, including Emeritus Professor Roger

Wettenhall, U Can; Professor Richard MULGAN, Mr

John McMILLAN (ANU).

Concord Hospital Colorectal Project by Dr DENT with Associate Professors P.H. Chapuis & R.C. Newland and Professor E.L. Bokey of The University of

Sydney and Concord Hospital.

Sydney Older Persons Project by Dr DENT with Professor G.A.Broe and others at the Centre for Education and Research on Ageing, The University of Sydney and

Concord Hospital.

Local recurrence after resection of rectal carcinoma by

Dr DENT with Dr M. Killingback of Sydney Adventist

Hospital.

Workforce in internal medicine and paediatrics in Australia by Dr DENT with the Royal Australasian College of Physicians.

The prognostic significance of microsatellite instability and related factors in colorectal cancer by Dr DENT with Dr M. Walsh and others at the Department of Pathology, University of Queensland Medical School.

The structure of the clothing industry by Dr GREIG with Prof J. F. Marceau and colleagues, Australian Expert Group in Industrial Studies, University of Western

Sydney.

Houston Tuberculosis Initiative by Dr KLOVDAHL with James M. Musser, Laboratory of Human Bacterial

Pathogenesis, Rocky Mountain Laboratories, National

Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, National

Institutes of Health, Hamilton, Montana, Edward A.

Graviss, MPH Institute for the Study of Human Bacterial Pathogenesis, Department of Pathology, Baylor

College of Medicine, Houston, Texas; Michael W.

Ross, School of Public Health, University of Texas;

Audrey Wanger, Department of Pathology, University of Texas Medical School.

Sexually Transmitted Diseases, Gonorrhea, Chlamydia by Dr KLOVDAHL with Carl Latin, Johns Hopkins

Joint Research Projects undertaken with universities, CSIRO and other institutions

School of Public Health, Baltimore; and Ray Viscidi,

Johns Hopkins Medical School, Baltimore.

Sexually Transmitted Diseases, Syphilis, by Dr KLOV-

DAHL with Ann Jolly and John Wylie.

Social Networks and Adolescent Risk Behavior by Dr

KLOVDAHL with Edward Liebow, Seattle, WA; Gene

McGrady, Atlanta GA; Mildred Vera, San Juan Puerto

Rico.

Statistical Inference in Large Networks by Dr KLOV-

DAHL with Marinus Spreen, Department of Statistics,

University of Maastricht, the Netherlands.

Research knowledge and decision-making among

American and Australian school principals by Dr SAHA with Professor Bruce J. Biddle, University of Missouri-

Columbia

Interest groups and the environment by Dr SIMMS with Professors Ted Lowi, Cornell University and

Aynsley Kellow, University of Tasmania.

UNESCO project on Globalisation, Democratisation and Gender by Dr SIMMS with Professors R.M. Kelly,

University of Texas at Dallas and Jane Bayes, California

State University, Northbridge.

1901 Australian Election by Dr SIMMS with colleagues from the Universities of Melbourne, New England,

New South Wales, Wollongong & ANU.

The Republic Referendum by Professor Warhurst with

Assoc Prof M. Mackerras, Australian Defence Forces

Academy, University College, University of New South

Wales.

The social and political context of the development of evidence based medicine by Dr WHITE with Assoc

Prof Evan Willis, La Trobe University.

Medicine in the Nineteenth Century by Dr WHITE with Assoc Prof Ray Jureidini, American University,

Beirut.

Women’s Studies

Dr Rosanne KENNEDY co-wrote the introduction to an anthology entitled: World Memory: Cultural Trajectories in Global Time, which she is co-editing with Jill

Bennett UNSW.

Faculty of Asian Studies

Organising the "Australian Mekong Research Network" by Dr CHAPMAN with Monash University.

Major conference; Islam Perspectives on the New Millennium, led by Professor HOOKER, with the

Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, the Australian Institute of International Affairs and other areas within the ANU.

A project by Dr ILETO on nation building in Southeast

Asia based in the Institute of Southeast Asian Studies in

Singapore, and led by Professor Wang Gungwu.

Dr KUMAR, Affiliated Research Professor, Nordic Institute of Asian Studies.

An ARC SPIRT project on Asian Accounts of Australia by Faculty staff including Professor MILNER, Ms

BROINOWSKI and Mr IKEDA with the National Library of Australia. In 2000 a seminar was held with the title "Asian Accounts of Australia: Change, Comparison and Analysis".

The nation state in Southeast Asia, a five-day research meeting of the Australia-Japan Southeast Asia Research

Project, participants: Professor MILNER, Dr ILETO and Dr KUMAR, funded by the Australian Research

Council and the Japan Society for the Promotion of

Science.

An ARC-funded project on Vietnamese business culture by Professor MILNER and Dr LOCKHART with the St James Ethics Centre, Sydney, and the Vietnamese

Ministry of Culture.

The National Thai Studies Centre is prominent in the

Faculty's cooperation with other institutions in Australia. In 2000 it cooperated with the University of

Melbourne in holding a Thai Update; it also established an agreement with the Department of Defence to hold a Thai Update in 2001 focussed on security issues.

Faculty of Economics and Commerce

Department of Economics

Globalisation and Convergence by S DOWRICK with

Bradford De Long, University of California, Berkeley.

Public Capital and Economic Growth by S DOWRICK with Sau-Him Lau, Hong Kong Baptist University and

Tom Kompas and Matthew Ryan, ANU.

The non-linear dynamics of the Solow Growth Model by S DOWRICK with A. Swan, Australian Bureau of

Agricultural and Resource Economics.

Bargaining Theory with Non-Expected Utility by S

GRANT with A. Kajii, Tsukuba University and A. Burgos, Universidad Carlos III.

Social Choice by S GRANT with A. Kajii, Tsukuba

University and B. Polak, Yale University.

Games and Equilibria without Probabilistically Sophisticated Beliefs by S GRANT with A. Kajii,Tsukuba

University, and B. Polak Yale University.

Quantifiable Beliefs by S GRANT with E. Karni , Johns

Hopkins University.

Ambiguity and Risk by S GRANT with J. Eichberger ,

Saarbruecken University).

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State-Contingent Production by J QUIGGIN with

R.G. Chambers, University of Maryland.

Health and Generalized Expected Utility Theory by J

QUIGGIN with H. Bleichrodt, Erasmus University.

Wage Profiles and Poverty Traps by J QUIGGIN with

B. Chapman.

Globalization and Labour Markets by R TYERS with

Yongzhneg Yang, APSEM and Rod Falvey, University of Nottingham.

Department of Economic History

External collaboration activities continue to be an important aspect of the department’s research activities with joint work being conducted with members of the

Universities of Melbourne and Hitotsubashi (Japan), the National Research Institute of Papua New Guinea and the Centre for Population Studies and Information,

Hanoi.

Faculty of Law

A project on relocation decision-making by Dr J A BE-

HRENS with Dr P Easteal Law Faculty, ANU and L

Young, Murdoch University.

Project on the impact of norm form on legal negotiation by Prof S C BOTTOMLEY with Profs S Parker,

Monash University, J Dewar, Griffith University and the Justice Research Centre.

Principles of Criminal Law, a text book co-authored by

S BRONITT with B McSherry, Monash University.

Project on judicial activism and the rule of law in Australia by Prof T D CAMPBELL with Professor J

Goldsworthy, Monash University.

Projects on women and international dispute resolution by Prof H C CHARLESWORTH with Prof C M

Chinkin, London School of Economics; and extra-territoriality in Australian law with R McCorquodale, Law

Faculty.

Project on leaders and laggards by Prof N A GUN-

NINGHAM with Prof R Kagan, Law and Political

Science, University of California, Berkeley.

Project on national survey of lawyers’ work implications by H SELBY with Dr P Reddy, PLT.

The Australian Federal Judicial System by Dr F D

WHEELER, joint editor with Dr B Opeskin, Faculty of

Law, University of Sydney.

University Schools and Centres

Asia Pacific School of Economics and

Management

Australia-Japan Research Centre (AJRC)

The AJRC received a grant from the Rural Industries

Research and Development Corporation (RIRDC) to undertake research on the market impact of Japanese agricultural policy and reform in collaboration with

Japanese experts.

Research continued on a three-year project to develop regional initiatives for economic cooperation with the

Research Institute for Economics and Business Administration, Kobe University.

China’s Emerging Private Enterprises: Prospects for the

New Century, a report published by International Finance Corporation (IFC) based on the technical report from the China Economy and Business Program, ANU, with Peking University’s China Centre for Economic

Research (CCER).

Prof Gordon de BROUWER, Dr Tony WARREN, and Prof Christopher FINDLAY with The Department of Foreign Affairs and the Network Economics Consulting Group to write a major report on Australia–

Japan economic relations, with particular emphasis on the business opportunities provided by the new economy.

Financial Markets and Policies in East Asia by Peter

DRYSDALE with Gordon de BROUWER, ANU; Richard Gibbs, Macquarie Bank, Sydney; Dominic

Wilson, Goldman Sachs, Hong Kong; Hae Wang

Chung, Korea Institute of Finance, Seoul; Ramskisken

Rajan, University of Adelaide; Eisuke Sakakibara, Keio

University, Tokyo; Ross GARNAUT, ANU; Stephen

Grenville, Reserve Bank of Australia, Canberra; Masahiro Kawai, World Bank, Washington DC; Kengo

Inoue, Kobe University, Tokyo; Reza Y. Siregar, National University of Singapore; Warwick McKIBBIN,

ANU; Prema-Chandra ATHUKORALA, ANU; Mari

Pangestu, Centre for Strategic and International Studies, Jakarta; Manggi Habir, PEFINDO, Jakarta; Hal

HILL, ANU; David Nellor, IMF Tokyo; Ken Henry,

The Treasury, Canberra; Guy Debelle, Reserve Bank of

Australia, Sydney; Chen-min Hsu, National Taiwan

University, Taipei; Bob McCauley, Bank of International Settlements, Hong Kong; Arthur Grimes,

Institute of Policy Studies, Wellington; Fan Gang, National Economic Research Institute, Beijing;

Bhanupong Nidhiprabha, Thammasat University,

Bangkok; Reuven Glick, Federal Reserve Bank, San

Francisco; Ngiam Kee Jin, National University of Singapore; Jong-Wha Lee, Korea University, Seoul; Mark

Crosby, University of Melbourne, Melbourne; Murray

Sherwin, Reserve Bank of NZ, Wellington; Mario Ble-

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Strategic and International Studies, Jakarta.

Achieving High Growth: Experience of Transitional

Economies in East Asia by Peter DRYSDALE with Yiping Huang, Saloman Smith Barney, Hong Kong;

Masahiro Kawai, World Bank, Tokyo; Dwight Perkins,

Harvard, Boston; Ross GARNAUT, ANU; Wing Thye

Woo, University of California; John Bonin, Wesleyan

University, Connecticut; Will Martin, World Bank,

Washington, DC; Yongzheng YANG, ANU; Monty

Graham, Institute for International Economics, Washington, DC; Shujiro Urata, Waseda University, Tokyo;

Leonard Harkim, World Bank, Washington, DC; Hai

Wen, Peking University, Beijing; Laixiang Sun, International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis,

Laxenburg; Christopher FINDLAY, ANU; Fang Cai,

Academy of Social Sciences, Beijing; Albert Keidel,

World Bank, Beijing; Suiwah LEUNG, ANU; Jim

Riedel, Johns Hopkins University, Washington, DC;

Le Dang Doanh, Central Institute of Economic Management, Hanoi; Kazi M Matin, World Bank, Hanoi;

Peter WARR, ANU; Rattanatay Luanglatbandith, National Statistical Care, Laos; Soh Hach, Cambodia

Development Research Institute, Phnom Penh; Jay Menon, Asian Development Bank, Manila; Barry

Hitchcock, Asian Development Bank, Manila; C. Kenneth Quinones, Mercy Corps International,

Washington DC; Bradley Babson, World Bank, Washington DC; Mya Than, Institute of South East Asian

Studies, Singapore; Ric SHAND, ANU; Ikuko

Okamoto, Institute of Developing Economies, Tokyo;

Bertil Lintner, Far Eastern Economic Review, Hong

Kong.

Future Arrangements in East by Peter DRYSDALE with Gordon de BROUWER, ANU; Haruhiko Kuroda, Ministry of Finance, Tokyo; Takatoshi Ito,

Ministry of Finance, Tokyo; Junichi Goto, Kobe University, Kobe; Eiji Ogawa, Hitotsubashi University,

Tokyo; Naoyuki Yoshino, Keio University, Tokyo; Ric

Battellino, Reserve Bank of Australia, Sydney; David

Gruen, Reserve Bank of Australia, Sydney; Ken Henry,

The Treasury, Canberra; Peta Furnell, The Treasury,

Canberra; Warwick McKIBBIN, Prema-Chandra

ATHUKORALA, Suiwah LEUNG, and Mardi DUN-

GEY, ANU; Ramkishen Rajan, University of Adelaide.

Outlook for Indonesia by Peter DRYSDALE with Graham Evans and Mike Waller, BHP, Melbourne; Ross

Babbage, Centre for Intelligence Strategic Analysis,

Perth; Bassim Blazey and Brendan Berne, Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, Canberra; Greg FEALY,

ANU; Farid Harianto, Indonesian Debt Restructuring

Agency, Jakarta’ Bob Lowry, Australian Defence Force

Academy, Canberra; Ken Ward, Office of National Assessments, Canberra; Ross McLEOD and Chris

MANNING, ANU.

Perspectives on East Asian Development by Peter

DRYSDALE with Yuzaburo Mogi, Keidanren/Kikkoman Corp, Tokyo; Mari Pangestu, Centre for

Strategic and International Studies, Jakarta; Peter Petri,

Brandeis University, Waltham; Ippei Yamazawa, Inst.

of Developing Economies, Tokyo; Shujiro Urata,

Waseda University, Tokyo; Prof Masayoshi HONMA,

Seikei University/ANU, Tokyo/Canberra.

Japanese Agriculture by Peter DRYSDALE with Ray

TREWIN, ANU; Keiji Ohga, University of Tokyo, Tokyo; Masayoshi Honma, Seikei University, Tokyo;

Shinji Hattori, Tokyo University, Tokyo; Yoshihisa

Godo, Meiji Gakuin University, Tokyo; Yujiro Hayami, GRIPS/FASID, Tokyo.

Rescue Packages in Japan and Asia by Peter DRYS-

DALE with Jenny Corbett, Nissan Institute, Oxford

University; Eisuke Sakakibara, Keio University, Tokyo;

Gordon de BROUWER, Peter WARR and Prema-

Chandra ATHUKORALA, ANU.

Regionalism in the Asia Pacific and its Implications for

Australia and the World Trading System by Peter

DRYSDALE with Gordon de BROUWER, Christopher FINDLAY, Ron DUNCAN and Ligang SONG,

ANU; David Vines, Oxford University, Oxford; Philippa Dee, Productivity Commission, Canberra; Richard

Snape, Productivity Commission, Melbourne.

Key Issues for East Asian Food Sector by Peter DRYS-

DALE with Ray TREWIN, Jennifer AMYX and Jeff

BENNETT, ANU; Masayoshi HONMA, Seikei University/ANU, Tokyo/Canberra; Randy Stringer,

University of Adelaide, Adelaide; Deborah Peterson,

Supermarket to Asia, Canberra; Jim Kennedy, Productivity Commission, Canberra; Jeff Davis, RIRDC,

Canberra.

APEC Agenda for 2001 Summit by Peter DRYSDALE with Yunling Zhang, Lu Jianren and Zhou Xiaobing,

Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (CASS), Beijing;

Chen Luzhi, China Institute for International Studies,

Beijing; Li Rong, Nankai University, Tianjin; Ligang

SONG, Christopher FINDLAY, Gordon de BROUW-

ER and Andrew ELEK, ANU.

China’s grain marketing system by Christopher FIND-

LAY with Chunlai Chen, University of Adelaide.

Prof Christopher FINDLAY and Dr Jong-Soon KANG with Steven Kemp, Department of Economics, Curtin

University assisted by MOON, Kyoung-Hee and staff of ANU’s International Economic Data Bank managed and prepared a report on a project coordinated by The

Australian and the New Zealand Ministries of Foreign

Affairs and Trade and Education to identify measures affecting trade and investment in education services in the APEC region - this project being within one of

APEC’s committees – the Group on Services (GOS); the project also studied the impact of further liberalising trade and investment in this sector.

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China: APEC Agenda in 2001 by Ligang SONG with

Zhang Yunling, APEC Policy Research Centre CASS,

Beijing.

Private enterprise development in China: a study report by Ligang SONG with Yang Yao, China Centre for

Economic Research, Peking University.

Asian agri-food demand trends by Ray TREWIN with

Mark Rosegrant, International Food Policy Research

Institute, Washington, DC.

Improving Japanese agricultural trade policies by Ray

TREWIN with Masayoshi HONMA, Seikei University, Tokyo; Alan Rae, Massey University, New Zealand;

Randy Stringer, Adelaide University; Yoshihisa Godo,

Meiji University, Tokyo.

Review of the survey of regional trade and investment impediments by Ray TREWIN with Rob Scollay,

Auckland University; Shujiro Urata, Waseda University, Tokyo; Mari Pangestu, CSIS, Jakarta.

Integration of social development into economic planning by Ray TREWIN with Tran Tho Dat, Hanoi

Economics University; Orbeta Aniceto, PIDS, Manila.

Economics

Capital Mobility, Crisis and Adjustment in Malaysia by

Prema-Chandra ATHUKORALA with Michael Yap,

Malaysian Institute of Economic Research, Malaysia;

Ashok Gulati, Institute of Economic Growth, Delhi.

Processed Food Exports from Developing Countries by

Prema-Chandra ATHUKORALA with Bhanupong

Nidhiprobha, Thamassat University, Thailand; Hansheng Wang, Beijing University, China.

Liberalisation of exchange controls in Bangladesh by

George FANE with Helal Ahammad, Economic Research Centre, University of Western Australia.

Analysis of welfare changes in computable general equilibrium models by George FANE with Helal

Ahammad, Economic Research Centre, University of

Western Australia.

Philippine economy project by Hal HILL with A.

Balisacan, University of the Philippines.

Project on East Timor: an economic policy framework for rapid growth by Hal HILL with Joao Saldanha, University of California, San Diego.

Global dimensions of demographic change by Warwick

McKIBBIN with Ralph Bryant, Brookings Institution,

USA.

Economics for an integrated world by Warwick McK-

IBBIN with Peter Wilcoxen, University of Texas at

Austin, USA.

Monetary and fiscal policy rules in the European Union by Warwick McKIBBIN with Reinhard Neck, University of Klagenfurt, Austria; Gottfried Haber, University of Klagenfurt, Austria.

The need for both intertemporal optimization and stickiness in real world policy model by Warwick McK-

IBBIN with David Vines, Oxford University.

The gains from trade liberalisation with endogenous productivity and risk premia effects by Warwick McK-

IBBIN with Andrew Stoeckel, Centre for International

Economics, Canberra.

Greenhouse gas policy in Australia by Warwick McK-

IBBIN with David Pearce, Centre for International

Economics, Canberra; K.K. Tang, University of

Queensland, QLD.

Global costs of policies to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by Warwick McKIBBIN with Philip Bagnoli,

Department of Finance, Canada; Robert Shackleton,

US Environmental Protection Agency, USA.

Labour market integration in urban China by Xin

MENG with Margaret Maurer-Fazio, Bates College,

USA; Hansheng Wang, Beijing University, China.

Two-tier labour markets in urban China: occupational segregation and wage differentials between urban residents and rural migrants by Xin MENG with Junsen

Zhang, Chinese University of Hong Kong.

The gender earnings gap: effects of institutions and firms — a comparative study of French and Australian private firms by Xin MENG with Dominique Meurs,

University of Paris II, Paris.

Ownership and technical efficiency — a cross section study on the third industrial census of China by Mei

WEN with Dong Li, Texas A&M University, Texas;

Peter Lloyd and Stephen King, University of Melbourne, Melbourne.

Excess capacity investment: government vs private firms by Mei WEN with Dan Sasaki, University of Exeter,

Exeter.

Spatial distribution of manufacturing in China by Mei

WEN with Mary Amiti, University of Melbourne.

Japanese legal Historiography by Leon WOLFF with P.

Schmidt, Centre for Asian and Pacific Legal Systems,

Faculty of Law, University of Sydney.

Japanese legal abbreviations by Leon WOLFF with L.

Nottage, Faculty of Law, Kyushu University, Japan.

Comparative corporate compliance by Leon WOLFF with C. Parker, School of Law, The University of New

South Wales; S.K. Jayasuriya, Latrobe University,

Melbourne.

Graduate Program in Public Policy

Technological change in the knowledge-based economy by Donald LAMBERTON with G. Madden, Curtin

University, Perth.

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Joint Research Projects undertaken with universities, CSIRO and other institutions

Industry Policy, Department of Political Science by

Glenn WITHERS with J. Wanna, Griffith University,

Brisbane.

National Centre for Development Studies

Impact of National Competition Policy in Social Policy

Areas by Michael HESS with David Adams, Department of Premier and Cabinet, Victoria.

Country Study Human Resource Management Practices in PNG by Michael HESS with Benedict Imbun,

University of Papua, New Guinea, Port Moresby.

Fiji Sugar Industry: assessing international sugar market reforms and their impacts and defining appropriate responses by Padma LAL with Jenny Bellamy, CSIRO

Brisbane; Kalio Tavola, Sugar Commission of Fiji,

Lautoka, Fiji; Mahendra Reddy, University of the

South Pacific, Suva, Fiji; Inoke Ratukalou, Ministry of

Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries, Fiji; Keshwa Reddy,

Ministry of Planning, Mark Williams, Ministry of

Lands, Fiji.

Corruption in Australia by Peter LARMOUR with Peter Grabosky, Australian Institute of Criminology,

Canberra.

Public Policy in Vietnam by Peter LARMOUR with Dr

Tranh, Ho Chi Minh Political Academy, Hanoi.

Financial Sector Reform in Vietnam by Suiwah LE-

UNG with Ngo Huy Duc, Ho Chi Min National

Political Army, Vietnam.

Asia Pacific Press by Maree TAIT with Linda Crowl,

University of the South Pacific, Suva; University of Hawaii Press, Honolulu; Oxford University Press, Oxford;

Edward Elgar, Cheltenham; ADB, Philippines; Federation Press, Sydney; Conservation Melanesia Inc.,

Boroko; Mike Manning, Institute of National Affairs,

Port Moresby.

Short course training by Maree TAIT with Greg Bauer,

Macquarie University, Sydney

Sustainable development planning for Aboriginal communities by Elspeth YOUNG with H. Ross, CRES,

ANU; J. Davies, University of Adelaide.

Centre for Aboriginal Economic Policy

Research

Opportunity Costs of Indigenous Disadvantage by Jon

ALTMAN with Human Rights and Equal Opportunity

Commission

Native Title Representative Bodies: Re-Determination

Processes by Julie FINLAYSON and David MARTIN with ATSIC Central Office

The History of Aboriginal Rights by Robert LEVITUS with National Museum of Australia:

Baseline Indigenous Comparative Social and Economic

Study by Kate ROSS and John TAYLOR with the AT-

SIC State Office in New South Wales

Mediation of the Ngunawal Regional Agreement agreement with the Australian Capital Territory

Government by Diane SMITH with NNTT

Mutitjulu Project by John TAYLOR with Parks Australia North division of Environment Australia

Structural Barriers to Improved Nutrition Among Aboriginal People in the Katherine Region by John

TAYLOR and Neil WESTBURY with Fred Hollows

Foundation and the Jawoyn Association

Involvement of ATSIC Murdi Paaki Regional Council in Proposed Barwon Darling Alliance Credit Union by

Neil WESTBURY with ATSIC State Office in New

South Wales

Centre for Educational Development and Academic Methods

The use of self managed tutorial groups in undergraduate teaching and learning by Malcolm PETTIGROVE with Linda Glassop, Research Fellow in the Euro-Australian Co-operation Centre, University of Melbourne.

Centre for Mental Health Research

Collaborators in Program Research:

Anstey, Dr K., Prince of Wales Medical Research Institute, Randwick NSW

Easteal, Dr S., John Curtin School of Medical Research,

The Australian National University.

Grayson, Dr D., CERA, Concord Hospital, Sydney,

NSW.

Hofer, Dr S., Dept of Human Development and Family Studies and Centre for Developmental and Health

Genetics, The Pennsylvania State University, USA.

Lynskey, Dr M., Lecturer National Drug & Alcohol

Research Centre, University of New South Wales,

Sydney.

Marshall, Dr R., Manager, Information and Performance Evaluation, Department of Human Services,

Melbourne.

O'Toole, Dr B., Research Fellow, Department of Public Health, UNSW.

Prior, Prof M., Department of Psychology, University of Melbourne.

Pritchard, Z., Department of Botanical and Zoological

Sciences, ANU.

Sanson, Dr A., Department of Psychology, University of Melbourne.

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Smart, D., Department of Psychology, University of

Melbourne.

Zhang, Dr M., Chair, Chinese Association of Psychiatry, Shanghai Mental Health Center, Shanghai Second

Medical University, Shanghai.

Centre for Cross-Cultural Research

The South Seas Project: Cook’s Pacific Voyages, a joint project with NLA: digital transcript of Cook’s holograph Endeavour Journal; Paul TURNBULL with

Christine WINTER and Katie RUSSELL, completed a transcript of volumes two and three of John Hawkesworth’s 1773 Narrative Account of Cook’s first voyage, and the full text of the 1780 edition of William Falconer’s Dictionary of the Marine; Christine WINTER also undertook extensive computer-based analysis of the content of Hawkesworth’s Narrative and the Endeavour

Journal.

Gold: Forgotten Histories and Lost Objects of Australia, edited by Iain McCALMAN and Alexander COOK with Andrew REEVES produced by the CCR and

HRC with the NMA and Cambridge University Press; includes contributions from CCR staff members Anita

CALLAWAY, Ian COATES, Kim McKENZIE and

Paul PICKERING (HRC)

Iain McCALMAN and Alexander COOK continued as part of the curatorium in the development of ‘Gold and

Civilisation’, the NMA’s major inaugural exhibition.

“When does writing, performing or painting in the name of another become a problem?”, conference coconvened by Julie Marcus, The Centre for Cultural

Risk Research, Charles Sturt University, and Christine

WINTER of the CCR.

National Centre for Epidemiology and

Population Health

Improving water in Indigenous communities through technology transfer by Dr Gabriele BAMMER with Dr

Bruce Walker, Centre for Appropriate Technology, Alice Springs; Dr Tony Priestley, CRC for Water Quality and Treatment

National evaluation of pharmacotherapies for opioid dependence by Dr Gabriele BAMMER with A/Prof Richard P. Mattick, Dr Erol Diguisto, Jo Kimber and Dr

Chris Doran from The National Drug and Alcohol Research Centre, University of New South Wales

New pharmacotherapies clinical trials by Dr Gabriele

BAMMER with Dr Alison Ritter, Dr Nicholas Lintzeris and the Turning Point New Pharmacotherapies Research Team from Turning Point Alcohol and Drug

Centre Inc, Melbourne

Withdrawal from heroin using buprenorphine followed by naltrexone maintenance — an inpatient study to determine effective dosing regimens by Dr Gabriele

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BAMMER with Dr Nicholas Lintzeris, Prof Greg Whelan, Dr Alison Ritter and Louise Rushworth from

Turning Point Alcohol and Drug Centre Inc,

Melbourne

A pilot study of accelerated detoxification from methadone maintenance treatment using naltrexone by Dr

Gabriele BAMMER with A/Prof Nicholas Glasgow,

Canberra Clinical School of the University of Sydney;

Jo Taylor, ACT Community Care Alcohol and Drug

Program; Dr James Bell and Malcolm Young from The

Langton Centre, Sydney

Estimating the demand for new pharmacotherapies within the heroin dependent population in Australia by

Dr Gabriele BAMMER with Dr Greg Rumbold, Dr

Paul Dietze and Jozica Kutin, from Turning Point Alcohol and Drug Centre Inc, Melbourne; Dr Robert Ali,

Drug and Alcohol Services Council, Adelaide; Dr

Campbell Aitken and Dr Nick Crofts from The Centre for Harm Reduction, Macfarlane Burnet Centre for

Medical Research, Melbourne; Prof Wayne Hall, National Drug and Alcohol Research Centre, University of

New South Wales; A/Prof Damien Jolley, School of

Health Sciences, Deakin University

Identification and examination of the risk factors for non-fatal heroin overdose: A case-crossover study by Dr

Gabriele BAMMER with Dr Paul Dietze, Dr Greg

Rumbold and Craig Fry from Turning Point Alcohol and Drug Centre Inc, Melbourne; Assoc Prof Damien

Jolley, School of Health Sciences, Deakin University

The personal, social and health needs of women living with Hepatitis C by Dr Gabriele BAMMER, Dr Cathy

BANWELL and Mary BEERS with Prof Sandra Gifford, School of Health Sciences, Deakin University

Methadone injection in NSW by Dr Gabriele BAM-

MER and Dr Geetha ISAAC-TOUA with Prof Sue

Kippax, Erica Southgate, Clive Aspin and Max Hopwood from The National Centre in HIV Social

Research, University of New South Wales; Margaret

Macdonald, National Centre in HIV Epidemiology and Clinical Research, University of New South Wales

Advances in medical statistics arising from the AIDS epidemic by Prof Niels BECKER with Dr Ian Marschner,

NHMRC Clinical Trials Centre, University of Sydney

Analyses of infectious disease data from household outbreaks by Markov chain Monte Carlo methods epidemic by Prof Niels BECKER with Dr Philip

O’Neill, University of Nottingham, U.K.

Design issues for studies of infectious diseases epidemic by Prof Niels BECKER with Dr Tom Britton, Uppsala

University, Sweden

Estimating the immunity coverage required to prevent epidemics in a community of households epidemic by

Prof Niels BECKER with Dr Tom Britton, Uppsala

University, Sweden

Joint Research Projects undertaken with universities, CSIRO and other institutions

Gender, diabetes and health by Dr Dorothy BROOM with Dr Julia Byford, RSPAS, ANU; Anne Hirst, Burnside Family Centre

Lessons from the Alternative Birthing Services Program by Dr Dorothy BROOM with Susan Andrew, ACT

Department of the Chief Minister

Working conditions and the transmission of health inequalities to young children by Dr Dorothy BROOM with Dr Julie McMillan, Australian Council for Educational Research; Dr Bryan Rodgers, Centre for Mental

Health Research; Dr Stephen Campbell, Campbell

Health Monitor

Work-related determinants of health, safety and wellbeing of New Zealanders by Dr Dorothy BROOM with A/Prof Anne-Marie Feyer, University of Otago;

Dr Chris Cunningham, Massey University; Dr Peter

Crampton, University of Otago; Prof Tord Kjellstrom,

University of Auckland; Prof Neil Pearce, Massey University; Peter Herbison, University of Otago; Rebecca

Lilley, University of Otago

An economic and epidemiological simulation model of cancer and cardiovascular disease by Dr James BUT-

LER with Dr Erich Kliewer, Department of Preventive

Oncology and Epidemiology, CancerCare, Manitoba,

Canada

Cost-effectiveness analysis of conjugate pneumococcal vaccine in Australian children by Dr James BUTLER with Prof Peter McIntyre and Dr Raina MacIntyre, National Centre for Immunisation Research and

Surveillance, University of Sydney

Workforce modelling project by Dr James BUTLER with Dr Michele Clark, Australian Centre for Prehospital Research, Queensland Ambulance Service.

Accessibility of health and reproductive health assistance in Dhaka slums by Prof John CALDWELL, Dr

Bruce CALDWELL and Pat CALDWELL with Dr Indrani Pieris, Australian Institute of Health and Welfare,

Canberra, Australia; Prof Barkat-e-Khuda, International Centre for Diarrhoeal Disease Research, Bangladesh;

S.N. Mitra, Mitra and Associates, Bangladesh

National family planning programs in the 21 st

century by Prof John CALDWELL, Dr Bruce CALDWELL and Pat CALDWELL with Prof Barkat-e-Khuda, International Centre for Diarrhoeal Disease Research,

Bangladesh; Dr James Phillips, The Population Council, New York, United States of America

National household and tubewell surveys of arsenic contamination in Bangladesh drinking water by Prof

John CALDWELL, Dr Bruce CALDWELL and Pat

CALDWELL with S.N. Mitra, Mitra and Associates,

Dhaka, Bangladesh

The fertility decline in Bangladesh by Prof John CALD-

WELL, Dr Bruce CALDWELL and Pat CALDWELL with Prof Barkat-e-Khuda, International Centre for Diarrhoeal Disease Research, Bangladesh; Dr Indrani

Pieris, Australian Institute of Health and Welfare, Canberra, Australia

The population of Australasia and the Pacific by Prof

John CALDWELL, Dr Bruce CALDWELL and Pat

CALDWELL with Dr Jeff Marck, Des Moines University, Des Moines, United States of America

Effecting declines in female circumcision Prof John

CALDWELL and Pat CALDWELL with Prof Israel O.

Orubuloye, Ekiti State University, Ado-Ekiti, Nigeria

The sub-Saharan AIDS epidemic by Prof John CALD-

WELL, Pat CALDWELL, and Dr Christine VARGA with Prof Israel O. Orubuloye, Ekiti State University,

Ado-Ekiti, Nigeria; Prof James Ntozi, Makerere University, Uganda; Prof Kofi Awusabo-Asare, Cape Coast

University, Cape Coast, Ghana; Dr John Anarfi, University of Ghana, Accra; Dr Jacob Malungo,

Demography Program, RSSS, ANU/University of

Zambia, Lusaka

Optimal duration of neoadjuvant androgen deprivation therapy in localised prostate cancer (NHMRC-funded multi-centre randomised controlled clinical trial) by Dr

Keith DEAR with Prof J. Denham and others, Trans-

Tasman Radiation Oncology Group

Estimation of cure rate in cancer clinical trials by Dr

Keith DEAR with Dr Yingwei Peng, Memorial University of Newfoundland, Canada

The familial incidence of symptoms of scotopic sensitivity/Irien syndrome by Dr Keith DEAR with Dr Greg L.

Robinson and A/Prof Philip J. Foreman, University of

Newcastle Special Education Unit

Pneumococcal antibiotic resistance by Prof Bob

DOUGLAS with A/Prof Peter Collignon, The Canberra Hospital

Surveillance of acute flaccid paralysis by Dr Rennie M.

D’SOUZA with Dr Heath Kelly, Epidemiology and

Public Health Division, Victorian Infectious Diseases

Reference Laboratory; Margery Kennett, Senior Scientist, National Polio Reference Laboratory,

Epidemiology and Public Health Division, Victorian

Infectious Diseases Reference Laboratory; Dr Jayne Antony, Paediatric Neurologist, Royal Alexandra Hospital for Children (New Children’s Hospital) Westmead;Dr

Helen Longbottom, Department of Social and Preventive Medicine University of Queensland; Dr Elizabeth

Elliott, Director, Australian Paediatric Surveillance

Unit, Senior Lecturer, University of Sydney, Consultant Paediatrician, New Children’s Hospital Sydney

A national index of subjective well-being by Richard

ECKERSLEY with Prof Bob Cummins, School of Psychology, Deakin University, Burwood, Victoria,

Australia

Oxford Handbook of Public Health Practice by Dr

Charles GUEST with Dr D. Pencheon and Dr D.

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Melzer, Institute for Public Health, University of Cambridge, England; Dr M. Gray, Institute of Health

Sciences, University of Oxford, England

QOL Cohort Study by Dr Lynette LIM with Prof Richard F. Heller, University of Newcastle

Changing patterns in the management of acute myocardial infarction by Dr Lynette LIM with Prof Richard F.

Heller, University of Newcastle

Assessment of measles related morbidity and mortality following the mass measles vaccination campaign in Jinja District by Dr Mahomed PATEL with Dr Adoke

Yeka, Prof T. Kakitahi and Prof D. Serrwada, Institute of Public Health, Makerere University, Kampala,

Uganda

A training needs assessment for implementing WHO’s

Integrated Disease Surveillance Program in Uganda by

Dr Mahomed PATEL with Luswa Lukwago, Institute of Public Health, Makerere University, Kampala,

Uganda

The role and contribution of external consultants in the establishment of Field Epidemiology Training Programs around the world. 1980-1999 by Dr Mahomed

PATEL with Dr Carmen Sanchez Vargas, International

Health Division, Centre for Disease Control, Atlanta,

Georgia, USA

Acute skin irritant effects of cyanobacteria (bluegreen algae) in healthy volunteers by Dr Geetha RAN-

MUTHUGALA and Dr Wayne SMITH with Michael

Burch, Australian Water Quality Centre, Adelaide,

Australia; Prof Louis Pilotto, Flinders Medical School,

Adelaide, Australia; Dr Warren Weightman, Queen

Elizabeth Hospital, Adelaide, Australia; Dr Titus Vimiasiri, ACTEW, Canberra

An intervention trial to assess the contribution of food chain to total arsenic exposure by Dr Geetha RAN-

MUTHUGALA and Dr Wayne SMITH with A/Prof

Malcolm Sim, The Department of Epidemiology and

Preventive Medicine, Monash University, Melbourne,

Victoria, Australia; Dr Jack Ng, The National Research

Centre for Environmental Toxicology, University of

Queensland, Australia; Dr Abul Hasnat Milton, NGO

Forum for Drinking Water and Sanitation, Bangladesh

Epidemiological transition and re-emergence of infectious diseases by Dr Len SMITH with S.J.

Olshanky,

Public Health, University of Illinois, Chicago; B.

Carnes, Centre on Ageing, University of Chicago; R.

Rogers, University of Colerado, Boulder

Future of the Australian mortality transition by Dr Len

SMITH with Dr Heather Booth and Rajesh Kumar

Chauhan, Demography, Research School of Social Sciences, ANU; John Maindonald, Statistical Consulting

Unit, Graduate School, ANU

Inequalities in self reported health by Dr Len SMITH with P.

Clarke and C. Jenkinson, Public Health, Ox-

116 ford; U-G. Gerdtham, M. Johannesson and K.

Bingefors, Stockholm School of Economics

Limits of the epidemiological transition by Dr Len

SMITH with S.J.

Olshanky, Public Health, University of Illinois, Chicago; B. Carnes, Centre on Ageing, University of Chicago; N. Gavrilova, Centre on Ageing,

University of Chicago

Care contiuum and quality of life study by Dr Wayne

SMITH with Dr Paul Craft, Department of Oncology,

The Canberra Hospital; Kate Burns, Social Work Department, The Canberra Hospital; Dr Bruce Shadbolt,

Epidemiology, The Canberra Hospital; A/Prof Norelle

Lickiss, Palliative Medicine, Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, Sydney; Dr Jenny Phillip, Palliative Medicine, The

Alfred Hospital, Melbourne; Prof John McCallum,

University of Western Sydney

Blue Mountains eye study; Blue Mountains hearing study; Three continent ophthalmic pooling study by Dr

Wayne SMITH with A/Prof Paul Mitchell and Dr Jie

Jin Wang, Department of Ophthalmology, University of Sydney; A/Prof Bob Cumming, Department of Public Health and Community Medicine, University of

Sydney; Prof Stephen Leeder, A/Prof Phillip Newall,

Prof Ron & A/Prof Barbara Klein, Department of Ophthalmology & Visual Science, University of Wisconsin,

Madison, Wisconsin, USA; Prof Paulus De Jong, Department of Ophthalmology, Erasmus University,

Rotterdam & Department of Ophthalmology, Academic Medical Centre, Amsterdam

School of Mathematical Sciences

Centre for Mathematics and its Applications

Convergence of discrete gradient descent algorithms for analytic cost functions by B H ANDREWS with R Mahony (Monash)

Clifford Algebras and the Dirac equation by H S

BOOTH with P Jarvis and G Legg (Tasmania)

Hand-in traffic in mobile phone systems by D J DA-

LEY with L D Servi (GTE Laboratories Inc., Waltham,

USA)

Long rang dependence properties of point processes by

D J DALEY with R Vesilo (Macquarie University)

Sub-exponentiality properties of network systems by D

J DALEY with Prof C Kluppelberg (Technical University Munich) and A Baltrünas (Math Institute, Vilnius,

Lithuania)

On anomalous asymptotics of heat kernels on groups of polynomial growth by N DUNGEY with D Robinson and T ter Elst (Eindhoven University of Technology)

Minimal surfaces theory by Dr Y FANG with J-F

Hwang (Academia Sinicia, Taipei)

Epidemic models by J M GANI with D J Daley and S

B Barnes (ADFA)

On patterns in sequences in random events by J M

GANI with A Irle (Kiel)

Skewing methods by P G HALL with M-Y Cheng (National University of Taiwan) and J Fan (UCLA)

Stereology by P G HALL with A Feuerverger,

(Toronto)

Testing for monotonicity by P G HALL with I Gijbels

(Université Catholique de Louvain), N E Heckmann

(University of British Columbia) M C Jones (Open

University, UK) and I Koch (Newcastle, NSW)

Confidence intervals by P G HALL with S M S Lee

(Hong Kong)

Biased bootstrap by P G HALL with Y Maesono (Kyushu, Japan) and B Presnell (Florida)

Periodic function estimation by P G HALL with Rice

(Berkeley)

Methods for extreme values by P G HALL with N Tajvidi (Lund, Sweden)

Confidence intervals by P G HALL with A Young

(Cambridge, UK)

Legendrian distributions on manifolds with corners by

A W HASSELL with R Melrose and Dr A Vasy (MIT,

Cambridge, USA)

Schrödinger kernel by A W HASSELL with J Wunsch

(Columbia)

Ergodicity of eigenvalues by A W HASSELL with S

Zelditch (Johns Hopkins University)

History of Statistics by C C HEYDE with E Seneta

(Sydney)

Risky asset modelling by C C HEYDE with R Gay

(Monash) and A Lim (Columbia) University, USA.

Long-range dependence by C C HEYDE with V V Anh

(QUT)

Heavy tails by C C HEYDE with V V Anh (QUT)

Intermittency by C C HEYDE with V V Anh (QUT)

Discrimination between non-nested families of models by C C HEYDE with M Markatou (Columbia)

Quasi-likelihood by C C HEYDE with R Morton

(CSIRO, Canberra)

Partial regularity of minimizers in the calculus of variations by M-C HONG with M Giaquinta (Pisa)

Spatial statistics by F HUANG with Y Ogata (The Institute of Statistical Mathematics, Tokyo)

Actions of the unitary group on complex manifolds by biholomorphic transformations by A V ISAEV with N

G Kruzhilin (Steklov Mathematical Institute, Moscow)

Module structure of free Lie rings and free Lie algebras by L G KOVÁCS with R M Bryant and Dr R Stöhr

(UMIST, UK)

Joint Research Projects undertaken with universities, CSIRO and other institutions

Minimal faithful permutation representations of finite groups by L G KOVÁCS with C E Praeger (Western

Australia)

Some exact results for the three-layer Zamologchikov model by V V MANGAZEEV with H Boos (Institute for High Energy Physics, Protvino, Russia)

Square root problem of Kao by A G R M c

INTOSH with P Auscher (Université de Picardie Jules Verne,

Amiens), S Hofmann (Missouri, Columbia) and P Tchamitchian (Faculté des Science, Marseille)

Spectral Theory and Functional Calculus by A G R

M c

INTOSH with X-T Duong (Macquarie) and P

Auscher (Université de Picardie Jules Verne, Amiens)

Lie rings with maximal class by M F NEWMAN with

A Caranti (Trento)

Testing finite presentations for finiteness by M F

NEWMAN with G Havas (Queensland) and D F Holt

(Warwick)

Soluble length of groups with prime-power order by M

F NEWMAN with S Evans-Riley (Sydney)

Groups defined by powers by M F NEWMAN with D

F Holt (Warwick)

Minimal presentations by M F NEWMAN with G Havas (Queensland) and E A O’Brien (Auckland)

Operator algebras and mathematical physics by D W

ROBINSON with O Bratteli (Oslo)

Elliptic and subelliptic operators on Lie groups by D W

ROBINSON with A F M ter Elst (Technical University, Eindhoven)

Operator algebras and wavelets by D W ROBINSON with P E T Jørgensen (Iowa)

A spectral multiplier theorem for a sublaplacian on

SU(2) by A SIKORA with M Cowling (New South

Wales)

Plancherel type estimates and sharp spectral multipliers by A SIKORA with X-T Duong (Macquarie) and E-M

Ouhabaz (Université de Bordeaux)

Inverse scattering by T TRAN with R Kress (Göttingen,

Germany)

Sinc quadrature methods for Symm’s equation by T

TRAN with R Kress (Göttingen, Germany)

Tolerant qualocation methods by T TRAN with I Sloan

(New South Wales)

Multiplicative Schwarz methods for boundary integral equations in two dimensions by T TRAN with E

Stephan (Hannover)

Discrete schemes for elliptic and parabolic equations by

N S TRUDINGER with H-J Kuo (National Chung-

Hsing University, Taiwan)

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Degenerate Hessian equations by N S TRUDINGER and X-J WANG with N N Ivochkina (St Petersburg Institute of Civil Engineering)

Distance sampling by A H WELSH with S Barry (Bureau of Resource Science, NSW)

Canonical correlation analysis by A H WELSH with J

Robinson, (Sydney)

Robust estimation for finite populations by A H Welsh with A Y C Kuk (Singapore)

Robus fitting of a binomial model by A H WELSH with A F Ruckstuhl (Winterthur, Switzerland)

One stop estimation by A H WELSH with E Ronchetti

(Geneva)

Local regression for vector responses by A H WELSH with T W Yee (Auckland)

Marginal longtitudinal nonparametric regression by A

H WELSH with X Lin and R J Carroll (Texas)

Testing for linearity by A H WELSH with A Azzalini

(Padua)

Nonlinear, heteroscedastic data with extra zeros by A H

WELSH with A Zhou (Indiana)

Analysis of HIV/AIDS surveillance data by S R WIL-

SON with P J Solomon (Adelaide)

Analysis of methadone retention by S R WILSON with

G Bammer (NCEPH, ANU)

On determining the genes for susceptibility to multiple sclerosis by S R WILSON with G Stewart and B Bennetts (Westmead Hospital, Sydney)

Determining the genetic basis of Crohn’s disease by S R

WILSON with J Cavanaugh and P Pavli (The Canberra

Hospital) and D Callen (Women’s and Children’s Hospital, North Adelaide)

The effects of compositional heterogeneity on phylogenetic analyses and subsequent estimates of sequence divergence by S R WILSON with L Jermiin (Sydney) and S Easteal, (JCSMR, ANU)

Bioinformation science by S R WILSON with S Easteal and G Huttley (JCSMR, ANU)

Development of statistical methodology for analysing population genetic variation at the molecular level by S

R WILSON with G Huttley (JCSMR, ANU)

Department of Mathematics

The frame of a finite group by R A BRYCE with T

Hawkes (Warwick, UK)

Covering groups with subgroups by R A BRYCE with

L Serena (Florence)

Dinilpotent groups by P J COSSEY with S Stonehewer

(Warwick) and O Kegel (Freiburg, Germany)

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Arithmetic of finite groups by P J COSSEY with T

Hawkes (Warwick)

Properties of finite soluble groups by P J COSSEY with

A Ballester-Bolinches (Uni Valencia) and K Doerk

(Mainz)

Products of groups by P J COSSEY with A Ballester-

Bolinches (Uni Valencia), C Pedraza-Aguilera (Polytechnic Uni of Valencia) and M Alejandre (Elche)

Algebraic Geometry of the chiral Potts model by B

DAVIES with A Neeman

Modelling and observations of isolated and binary white dwarfs by L FERRARIO, D T WICKRAMAS-

INGHE and S VENNES with G D Schmidt (Arizona)

Modelling of the peculiar magnetic white dwarf

WD1953-01 by L FERRARIO, D T WICKRAMAS-

INGHE with P Maxted and T Marsh (Southampton)

Finite Element Approximations to Solutions of Geometric Variational Problems by J E HUTCHINSON with G Dziuk (Freiburg, Germany)

Random Fractals by J E HUTCHINSON with L

Ruschendorf (Freiburg, Germany)

Numerical modelling of rapidly varying flood flow by S

G ROBERTS with C Zoppou (ACTEW)

Geophysical computational methods by S G ROB-

ERTS with S Matthai (ETH)

Smoothing Methods applied to Data Mining by S G

ROBERTS with I Altas (Charles Sturt Wagga), M Hegland (RSISE) and C Zoppou (ACTEW)

Observations with NASA’s Chandra X-ray satellite and

Far Ultaviolet Explorer by S VENNES with J Dupuis

(Berkeley) and P Chayer (John Hopkins)

Possible progenitors of Type Ia Supernovae by D T

WICKRAMASINGHE with C Tout and E Regos

(Cambridge)

Principal Grants and Donations

Principal Grants and Donations

The University is indebted to those organisations and individuals who make grants, research contracts, consultancies and donations for use in research and other activities. Such funds play an important role in the ongoing activities of the University. The following list includes grants and donations reported to Council during 2000.

Grants

Donor

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander

Commission

Purpose

Murdi Paaki Socio Economic Profile

Oxford Companion to Art and Culture

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Commission

Feasibility Study of Amalgamating Existing CDEP Organisation in the West MacDonnell

Region

CDEP Benefits in the Port Augusta Area

Accounting Association of Australia and

New Zealand

PhD Scholarship

ACIL Australia Pty Ltd Mozambique Australia Capacity Building Program — Konzo Workshop

China Capacity Building Program

ACT Chief Minister's Department

ACT Research and Development Grants Scheme

Robust Solar Receiver for Linear Concentrator Systems

Centre for Mental Health Research Websites: Orchid and Moodgym ACT Department of Health and

Community Care

ACT Electricity and Water

American Orchid Society

Anglogold Limited

Combined heat and power solar concentrator system

Diversity of Chemical Communication Systems in Australian Sexually Deceptive Orchids

Consultancy: Predictive Guides to Cu and Au Mineralization at Circum-Pacific Convergent

Plate Margins

Antarctic Science Advisory Committee Risk Assessment of Collebolan Introduction to Subantartic Islands

Asia Foundation, The Consultancy: Islam and Civil Society Program

Association of Universities for Research in Astronomy Inc

Consultancy: Gemini Near Infrared Integral Field Spectrograph (NIFS) — Project 2

Human and Climatic Controls on the Environment of Wallis Island, West Polynesia Australia and Pacific Science

Foundation

Australia-India Council

Australia-Indonesia Institute

Australian Agency for International

Development

Science Education Workshop and Seminar for Teachers

Consultancy: Public Broadcasting for Indonesia Media Managers

Consultancy: Policy Analysis and Leadership Training for Indonesian NGO Leaders

State, Society and Governance in Melanesia Project

International Seminars Support Scheme

Achieving High Growth: Experience of Transitional Economies in East Asia

Small Activities Scheme

Developing Effective Interventions for Arsenic Mitigation

Reviewing Poverty Reductions Strategy in Indonesia

Consultancies

Serial Publications and Outreach Activities for PNG and the Pacific Region

Serial Publications and Outreach Activities for PNG and the Pacific Region

Ho Chi Minh National Political Academy Public Policy Training And Research Project

Seminar on Parliamentary Democracy for Pacific Island States

Short Course Training for Sovaia Momo of Fiji in Trade Policy Skills

Provision Of Maps, Notes And Tables For The Rural Development Study For Papua New

Guinea

Economic Training DPRK Students

Project Design Study for Australia’s Social Protection Facility

The Demographic Impact of HIV/AIDS in PNG and the Pacific

Technical Assistance and Advisory Services to PNG Government

Serial Publications and Outreach Activities for PNG and the Pacific Region

75,000

27,640

64,492

22,000

11,056

4,348,065

15,835

6,600

20,000

24,000

236,269

17,507

100,000

Amount

46,562

25,000

267,447

49,850

8,432

7,500

33,450

308,841

224,000

50,000

5,030

36,864

28,777

240,000

60,000

8,490

10,900

186,500

66,000

7,552

200,000

728,952

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Australian Brewers Foundation

Australian Centre for International

Agricultural Research

Grants

Post-Doctoral Fellowships for Research on Economic and Public Administration Issues in

Papua New Guinea

Support for the Indonesia Project

Alcohol Related Medical Research Grant Scheme

Depression and Anxiety Association with Non-drinking, Moderate Drinking and Hazardous/harmful Drinking

Consultancy: Fiji Sugar Industry: Assessing International Sugar Market Reforms and their

Impacts And Defining Appropriate Responses

Consultancy: Achieving Food Security in China — implications of likely WTO accession

Grants Program

Planning for Agricultural Development and Sustainable Land Management in Papua New

Guinea

Improving Productivity of the Small Holder Oil Palm Sector in PNG

Manufacture of Low Cost Wood-Cement Composites in the Philippines Using Plantation

Grown Australian Tree Species

Australian Competition and Consumer

Commission

An Analysis of Access Pricing Issues

Australian Customs Service

Australian Greenhouse Office

Improving Productivity of the Small Holder Oil Palm Sector in PNG

Manufacture of Low Cost Wood-Cement Composites in the Philippines Using Plantation

Grown Australian Tree Species

Small Project

Cassava Safety: Development and Evaluation of Simple Tests of the Cyanogenic Potential of

Cassava Flour and Cassava Tubers

Consultancy: Customs International Executive Management Program (CIEMP)

Consultancies

Services for: National Carbon Accounting System Audit and Analysis of Forest Inventories

National Carbon Accounting System Audit and Analysis of Forest Inventories

Review of the 1990 to 1998 Land Use Change and Forestry Sector Inventory

Experts Funding Program

Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) — Methodological Issues Relating to greenhouse Gas Inventories and Emissions projections, Including IPCC Special Report on

Land Use, Land Use Change, Forestry and Carbon Emissions

Renewable Energy Commercialisation Program Grants

Validation of Hot Dry Rock Resources In The Hunter Valley, NSW — Stage One of Australia’s First Hot Rock Power Station

Australian Housing and Urban Research

Institute Limited

Consultancies

Outcomes of Home Ownership Aspirations and Their Determinants

Medium and Long Term Projections of Housing Needs in Australia

Housing and its Association with Other Life Outcomes

Australian Institute of Aboriginal and

Torres Strait Islander Studies

Australian Nuclear Science and

Technology Organisation

Research Grants

The Sir Edward Pellew Group Project, Gulf of Carpentaria — Stage One, Vanderlin Island

Before the Fences: Early Contact Between Aboriginal People and Europeans in the Central

Murray

1840 Wiradjury Grammar

Technological Changes In The Eastern Victoria River Region, Northern Australia

Queensland Materials in Russia

Type 2 Diabetes in an Aboriginal Community

Access to Major Research Facilities Program

Visit to ISIS, Rutherford laboratory, UK — March 2000 — Surfactant Chain Length at Air/

Water Inteface Effect in PIB Structure

Visit the 88 inch Cyclotron, Lawerence Berkeley Laboratory, USA — Characterising Shape

Coexistence in Pb-188 and T1-187

Visit France and Finland, 14 days, Intrinsic and Rotational Bands in 180Ta Very High Spin

States in 174Os Populated in a Cold Near Symmetric Reaction

Visit ISIS, UK, Off-Spacular Scattering from Surfactants at the Solid/Liquid and Air/Liquid

Interface

Visit ANL, A Study of Changes in the Diffraction Patterns of Human and Transgenic Mouse

Hair with Disease

Visit ANBF, Photon Factory, Japan — In-Situ Determination of Transition Metal Oxidation

States in Silicate Melts as a Function of Temperature to 1400 C

XANES Spectroscopy of Cr, Ti, V, and W in Minerals, Glasses, and Melts at Temperatures up to 1700 K

EXAFS Measurements of Amorphised Semiconductors

12,000

9,200

9,741

11,700

6,680

6,870

6,400

11,280

255,033

8,760

39,375

12,391

11,578

6,250

7,400

9,481

10,140

15,000

66,355

15,000

768,000

17,897

41,932

790,000

125,780

414,335

20,000

898,484

725,246

310,678

16,170

474,022

133,764

101,494

117,826

120

Principal Grants and Donations

9,024

Australian Orchid Foundation

Visit IPNS, Argonne National Laboratory and National Institute of Standards and Technology USA — August 2000 — Structuring of High Internal Phase Emulsions by Planar Surfaces

Chemistry and Behavioural Significance of Floral Odours in the Sexually Deceptive Orchid

Genus, Chiloglottis

Australian Photonics CRC

Malarial Disease Pathogenesis: Immunohistochemical Studies on Autopsy Samples

Australian Photonics Pty Ltd

Australian Rotary Health Research

Fund

Australian Synchrotron Research

Program

Australian Vinyls Corporation Ltd.

Are There Benefits of Improving the Mental Health Literacy of Depressed People?

Visit to ANBF, Photon Factory, Japan, Synchrotron X-ray Determination of Structure of Silicate Films Grown at the Air-Water Interface

Visit the SRI-CAT Advanced Photon Source, Intercalated Silicate Films

Visit SRI-CAT, Advanced Photon Source, High-Energy Diffuse Scattering from Disordered

Crystals

Electrophilic chlorination: New Products, Improved Processes, and their Toxicological and

Environmental Implications

Australian Water Technologies —

Environment, Science and

Technology Pty Ltd

Barrick Gold Corporation

Surface Characterisation of Cryptosporidium Oocysts for the Development of Novel Filtration Systems for Commercial Applications

Biota Holdings

Care Plus (ACT) Pty Limited

Consultancy: Predictive Guides to Cu and Au Mineralization at Circum-Pacific Convergent

Plate Margins

Chemoenzmatic Synthesis of Novel Sialic Acid Analogues Related to the Potent Anti-Influenza Drug Relenza

Consultancy: The ACT Coordinated Care Trial, Live Phase

CEA Technologies Pty Limited

Centre for Accident Research and Road

Safety-Queensland (CARRS-Q)

Centre for Research on Ageing

The application of plasma antennas to communications and radar

Road Accident Prevention and Road Safety Research Grants Scheme

Automated Management of Driver Fatigue

Dept of Veterans Affairs Project

Chemonics International Inc

Chiang Ching-Kuo Foundation for

International Scholarly Exchange

Christian-Albrecht Universitat

Consultancy: The Civil Society Support And Strengthening Program (CSSP)

Grants Program

The Secret History of the Mongols

Language Documentation Project

Clive and Vera Ramaciotti Foundations Equipment Grants

Calcium Measurement in Arteries and Arterioles Using Viral Vectors

Commonwealth Scientific Industrial

Research Organisation

Consultancy: Virtual Environment Display for CSIRO Discovery

Compania De Minas Buenaventura

SAA

Craft ACT

CRC for Freshwater Ecology

CRC for Sustainable Development of

Tropical Savannas

CRC for Sustainable Production

Forestry

Scholarship: A Transciption Factor Involved in Induction of the Low Oxygen Response

Consultancy: Predictive Guides to Cu and Au Mineralization at Circum-Pacific Convergent

Plate Margins

Rings of History: Contemporary Craft from Historical Timbers

Consultancy:- Calculation of River Disturbance Indices for Sydney

Physical and Nutrient Factors Controlling Algal Succession and Biomass in Burrinjuck Reservoir

Scholarship Grants

PhD Scholarship

Scholarship Grants

PhD Scholarship Top Up

Biology and Ecology of Mnesampela Privata (Lepidoptera: Geometridae) Scholarship

Identity and Efficacy of Hymenopteran Parasitoids of the Autumn Gum Moth

CRC for Sustainable Rice Production

Scholarship Grants

Investigation of Molecular Mechanisms Causing Cold-Induced Sterility in Rice

Characterisation of the Developmental Pathway of Pollen Maturation in Rice Anthers

CRC for Tropical Plant Protection

Grant for CRC core projects

Avirulence and Pathogenicity Genes in Phytophthora

Isolation of the Tomato I-3 Gene for Resistance to Fusarium oxysporum pv Lycopersici

CRC for Water Quality and Treatment Technology Transfer Officer to Deal with Water Quality and Treatment in Indigenous Communities

CSIRO Collaborative Research Agreement to Develop ICMS Software

The Systematics of the Rhodanthe Lindley

Scholarship: The Manipulation of Sulfur Content in Transgenic Rice Grains

Consultancies

New Applications for Boron Technologies

Advice to install the Wedge at CSIRO Discovery theatre

5,000

64,250

10,100

40,950

6,530

6,600

6,900

15,000

23,000

55,279

15,000

56,000

15,000

50,000

25,000

13,543

47,909

63,925

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50,000

15,000

55,279

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5,000

6,000

8,636

43,608

62,466

72,699

27,000

107,640

286,825

156,494

140,000

15,000

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22,000

12,500

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CSIRO Land and Water

Scholarship

Measuring Carbon Input and Turnover Rates as a Function of Depth in a Soil Profile

Scholarships

Issues in Integrated Modelling and Assessment

Integrated Biophysical and Economic Modelling — Top Up of Scholarship

Land and Water Collaborative Project

Basin-Wide Mapping of Sediment and Nutrient Exports

The Nanaoscale Structure of Milk: Stability Implications for Milk Products Dairy Research and Development

Corporation

Deakin University

Joint NHMRC Strategic Reserve Fund Grant

Identifying the Social, Personal and Health Needs of Women Living with Hepatitis C

Plasma Lens for Antenna Applications Defence Corporate Support

Department of Defence Analysis of Radar Data

Auditory Language Identification

Department of Education, Training and

Youth Affairs

Research Fellowship in Indigenous Education

Provision of Services Under the Aboriginal Tutorial Assistance Scheme (ATAS)

2000 Australian Research Council — Queen Elizabeth II Fellowship

Proof Theoretical Investigations of Computer Science Logics

An Experimental and Comparative Study of the Evolution of Phenotypic Plasticity in

Unpredictable Environments

A Sceptical Democracy: The Idea of the People in Australian Politics 1788–2001

Are Dilute Alkali Gas Bose Einstein Condensates Superfluid?

Democratic voices: the impact of British democrats on colonial political, social and cultural development c. 1840–1901

2000 Australian Research Council — Senior Research Fellowship

The Sacralisation of Ordinary Space

The History and Repercussions of Western Desert Art

Nonlinear Partial Differential Equations

Economic Growth: Its processes, causes and consequences for national welfare

2000 Australian Research Council — Postdoctoral Fellowship

Development of a useful theory of ion channel conductance

A Genealogy of Paedophilia: Age, Sexuality and Subjectivity

Control of Sound Fields Using Loudspeaker Arrays

Turbulence and Anamolous Transport in Magnetically Confined Plasmas: a Theoretical and

Computational study of Transport Barrier Biflurcations

Asymptotics of Heat Kernels

Mechanisms for Formation of Heavy Elements

Some Wheels of One's Own: Women construct nation, modernity, and self

2000 — International Researcher Exchange Program (IREX)

Functional Genomics of Photo-Oxidative Damage

The impact of the Internet on Australian parties, their members, and the electorate, the growth of anti-immigrant politics in Australia

Transport and storage of iron in nitrogen fixing legume nodules

Fabrication of Photonic Devices using Semiconductor Nanostructures

Elliptical Galaxies as Tools for Observational Cosmology

ACIGA/LIGO Collaboration on Gravitational Wave Detection Centre

Optical Quantum Information Experiments

Quantification of the transfer of water from the Pacific Ocean into the Indian Ocean through time

2000 Research Infrastructure Equipment and Facilities Program

Optical Entangler for Quantum Communication

High-Resolution X-ray CT Facility: Characterising Morphology of Complex Materials and

Visualising Multiple Fluid Phases in Porous Materials

ANDES — Probing the Formation of Galaxies in the Early Universe

A High-Power Tunable Femtosecond Light Source for Testing Advanced Nonlinear Optical

Materials

2000 Small Research Grants

A History of Australian Woman Cartoonists

Australian Piano Music of the Twentieth Century: A Critical Perspective

Aborigines in Early Twentieth Century Popular Photography

453,325

394,050

530,045

166,131

177,009

177,009

177,009

166,131

179,769

65,003

10,500

56,392

44,011

373,580

128,834

352,390

373,315

352,390

394,050

10,000

15,000

15,000

77,000

180,000

15,000

38,000

130,000

10,000

76,845

13,500

79,478

81,641

11,100

12,800

81,960

140,000

250,000

243,000

270,000

14,200

16,550

7,530

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Principal Grants and Donations

10,870 Inside the Lapita Village — An Intra-site Analysis of Spatial Instructions within Kamgot, a

3,000 Year Old Lapita Site on the Anir Island Group, New Ireland Province, Papua New

Guinea

The Etymology of Australian Words and Idioms

Gathering and Studying of Recently Declassified Material on North Korean History to be

Found Only in Russian Archives

The Public: The Discourse on Public Opinion and the Public Radio in Japan in 1925-52

Public Policy-Making in the Private Domain: Japan’s New System of Privatised Public

Administration

Measurement Error and Panel Data: A Non-Parametric Approach

A Non-Linear Forecasting System Using Computer Intensive Statistical and Econometric

Methods Applied to Australian Financial Markets

Studies in Orientalism, Gender and Nineteenth-Century Visual Culture

Establishing a Pilot Second-Order Research and Development System for Forest Policy and

Management

The True and Fake in Propaganda and Record Photography During the Great War The Theoretical Ramifications of These Historical Issues Today

Thin Slicing of Silicon Wafers for Solar Cells

Accountability of Governments and Public Service Providers in a Changing Public Sector

A Firsthand Survey of Fifteenth Century Flemish Painting Focussed on Aspects of Materiality and Spatiality as They Relate to Allegory

Interlingua Based Machine Translation System for Sanskrit

Ingested Technologies: Substance Use, Sport and Embodiment

Density Functional Study of Dinitrogen Activation in Transition Metal Dimers

Thwarting Predators or Hailing Enemies? Vocalizations and Predation in Scrubwrens

The Thermal Niche of Enteric Bacteria from Australian Mammals

Phylogenetic Analysis of the Australian Shrub Legume Genus Mirabilia (Fabaceae: Mirbelieae)

Polymer Supported Organocobalt Dienes: Novel Routes to the Efficient Synthesis of Cyclic

Amino Acids and Derivatives

Enhanced Particle Detector System for Spectroscopy of Actinide Nuclei

Human and Environmental History in the Tempe Lowlands, South Sulawesi

Polymer Supported Organocobalt Dienes: Novel Routes to the Efficient Synthesis of Cyclic

Amino Acids and Derivatives

Effects of Semantic Radical Variable on Chinese Character Naming and Identification

A Novel Synthesis Method for Boron Nitride Nanotubes: Reactive Ball Milling

Tests of Continuum Theories as Models of Ion Channels: Comparison with Brownian

Dynamics Simulations

Long Term Cultures of Dendritic Cells are a Ready Source of Immunostimulatory Exosomes

The Career and Travel Writings of British Colonial Administrator Everard im Thurn (1852–

1932)

New Bio-Active Lichen Pigments

Sulfide Melting: A Theoretical and Experimental Study with Application to Broken Hill

Excavations at Quilla Rumiyoq: An Inka Ritual Complex in the Valley of Jaquijahuana,

Cusco, Peru

Infrared Spectral and Structural Studies of Dipeptides

Algorithms for Graphs Imbedded in Surfaces

Development of an Asymmetric Nazarov Reaction

Line and Continuum Emission from Black Hole Accretion Discs

Amino Acid Transporters in the Malaria Parasite

Comparative Behavioural and Molecular Ecology of an Australian and a South African Lizard: Territoriality and Mating Systems

An Anthropological Investigation into the Diversity of Aboriginal Economy and Society at the Threshold of British Colonisation

Phylogenetic Analysis of the Australian Shrub Legume Genus Mirabilia (Fabaceae: Mirbelieae)

Contemplating Zola’s Navel: Masculinity and the Male Body in the Dreyfus Affair

Investigation of Hydrothermally Active Submarine Island Arc Volcanoes in the Tabar-Lihir-

Tanga-Feni Group and Solomon Islands

Optical Temperature Measurements of Ultra-Cold Atoms

Lead Discovery: Antibiotics and Anti-Virals from Entomogenous Fungi

18,600

5,780

13,370

14,200

8,360

13,800

14,200

7,360

5,600

24,220

8,350

7,100

8,000

5,500

8,054

8,362

5,571

8,048

6,199

6,199

5,885

13,000

14,200

18,370

22,140

7,746

6,690

19,500

16,900

15,880

24,000

27,000

20,050

20,050

12,530

15,880

24,230

11,200

23,380

12,540

20,890

20,880

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Development of an Assessment Instrument for Challenging Behaviour Associated with

Dementia

Inhibition of the Expression of Enzymes of Trehalose Metabolism in Caenorhabditis Elegans

Human and Environmental History in the Tempe Lowlands, South Sulawesi

Enhanced Particle Detector System for Spectroscopy of Actinide Nuclei

Occupational Structure, Job Stress and the Type A Behaviour Pattern

Perception of Shape from Relative Motion of the Components of a Visual Scene: Physiological Bases

Selection, Replacement and Refreshment of Materialised Views in Dynamic Warehousing

Environments

Gender, Sexuality, and Class as Represented in the Literature Associated with Adultery Trials in Britian c.1750-1820

Quick Methods for Isolating Configural Face Processing in Adults and Children

Performance Modelling of Solar Thermal Power Plants

A Study of Southern Hemisphere Magnetic White Dwarfs

Amino Acids in the Nutritional Ecology of Arboreal Folivores

An Attenuated Strain of Shigella as a Potential Vector of Rotavirus Antigens for Inducing

Anti-Rotavirus Immunity

Bremer Support Bootstrap Tests for Monophyly and Non-Monophyly

Structural and Biochemical Analysis of Soluble Extracellular Domains of the Nicotinic Acetylcholine Receptor

Density Functional Study of Dinitrogen Activation in Transition Metal Dimers

Cuckoo Parasitism and Host Defences: Coevolution of Evolutionary Equilibrium?

Sexuality and Political Thought Pilot Project

Post-Lapita Archeology of the Western Pacific: Laboratory Analysis of the Mangaasi Type-

Site, Efate, Vanuatu

Unsupervised Learning with Kernels — Feature Generative and Data Descriptive Methods

Bioactive Metabolites From Cyanobacteria

High Sensitivity Optical Interferometer Control and Readout Using Spatial Mode Interference

Elucidation of the Roles of Carotenoids in Photoprotection and Photosynthesis by Generating Genetically Modified Arabidopsis Plants Lacking Key Carotenoids

Religious Identity in China

Fine Scale Genetic Structure of Bush Rats in Fragmented and Continuous Habitats: Insights

Into the Genetic Consequences of Habitat Fragmentation

High Field Electron Paramagnetic Resonance Studies of the Mn Containing Water Oxidising

Centre in Photosystem II of Plants

Long Core MD 982167: A Paleoceanographic Study of the Western Pacific Warm Pool and its Interactions with Quarternary Tropical Australia

Long Term Cultures of Dendritic Cells are a Ready Source of Immunostimulatory Exosomes

Catalogue and Study of the Heude Collection of Asian Mammals

Advanced Organometallic Materials: Syntheses, Electrochemical and Optical Limiting Studies of Structurally-Uniform Poly-Cluster Arrays

The Physics of Vortex Bursting and it's Role in Energy Conversion in Supersonic Combustion

Role of Visual Attention in the Asynchronous Development of Sleep in Different Neocortical Areas of the Primate

Home Range and Seasonal Movements of Two Cape York Parrots

The Thermal Niche of Enteric Bacteria from Australian Mammals

Contribution of Retinal Mechanisms to Dynamic Plasticity of Visual Cortex

Experimental Investigations into Heat Fracturing in Archaeological Stone Artefacts

The Enlightenment World

Copper Solubility in Supercritical Hydrothermal Brines Measured in Synthetic Fluid Inclusions

Anion Channels in the Sarcoplasmic Reticulum of Skeletal Muscle

Playing Colonial: Cowgirls, Cowboys and Indians in Australia, 1930–1970

Thwarting Predators or Hailing Enemies? Vocalizations and Predation in Scrubwrens

High Voltage, High Efficiency Silicon Solar Cells

Large Research Grants 2000

Fully Nonlinear Geometric Evolution Equations and Global Differential Geometry

16,900

24,220

12,530

19,900

20,000

15,060

23,970

13,370

20,880

11,700

12,550

21,720

13,370

20,890

20,890

15,040

21,710

21,720

16,700

16,250

15,800

22,560

11,700

18,400

12,350

13,000

19,000

11,700

21,720

18,500

15,040

24,230

20,040

11,700

5,000

9,950

19,000

20,890

18,380

9,750

17,550

21,720

181,000

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Principal Grants and Donations

The State-Contingent Approach to the Economics of Uncertainty: Agricultural and General

Applications

A Density Functional Study of Oxomanganese Enzymes

Sexual Differentiation and the Evolution of the Dioecious Breeding System — A Comparative Study

A Removal and Translocation Experiment to Examine Dispersal and Recolonisation by Small

Mammals in Fragmented Habitats

Sexual Selection in a Large Dasyurid Marsupial

New Lichen Metabolites: The Isolation, Synthesis and Biological Activities of Scabrosin

Esters and Related Compounds

Evolutionary History and Biogeography of the Australian Bitter-peas (Daviesia: Fabaceae)

Large Margin Learning Algorithms

The Social Psychology of Uncertainty: The Roles of Group Membership and Uncertainty

Orientation

Bridging Sunda and Sahul: The Archaeology of the Border Area Between Asia, Australia and

Melanesia in Southeastern Maluka, Indonesia

Proof Theoretical Implementations of Computer Science Logics

Hellenistic Jebel Khalid on the Euphrates, North Syria: The Archaeology and History of a

Seleucid Settlement

Analysis and Modelling of Survey and Other Data Containing Extra Zeros

Government, Social Science and the Concept of Society

The Control of Sensory Perception for Autonomous Systems

The Quantum Theory of the Atom Laser

To Reveal or Not to Reveal: An Investigation into the Role of Secret Reserve Prices in Auctions

Abortion, Buddhism and the State: A Contemporary Social History of Abortion Debate in

Thailand

Application of Plasma Silicon Nitride to Multicrystalline Silicon Solar Cells

Nonlinear Partial Differential Equations

Experimental and Metomorphic Studies of Titanium and Zirconium Equilibria in the

Earth's Crust and Mantle

Are Dilute Alkali Gas Condensates Superfluid?

The Implications of Extra-Territorial Legislation for Australia

Growth and recession in Asia: impacts on wages and employment in Australia and other high wage countries

Functional Connectivity and principles of neural coding within the cat’s visual cortex

Genesis of a Calcalkaline Picrite-to-dacite Suite, New Georgia Group, Solomon Islands, and

Implications Regarding Ore Genesis in Volcanic Arcs

Economic Growth and Convergence: Testing Theories of Decreasing Returns Versus Theories of Technological Transfer

Investment in Social Infrastructure: Dynamics of a Multi-Sector Growth Model and Implications for Public Investment

Modelling Contagion in Asian and Australasian Currency Markets Using a Dynamic Factor

Structure with Conditional Volatility

A Study of the Yarluyandi and Yardliyawara Languages and Associated Oral Traditions

Osmoregulation in Parasitic Protozoa

Australian Performing Arts: Asian Context and Influences

Consultancies

Identification of Measures Affecting Trade and Investment in Education Services in the Asia-

Pacific Region

Identification of Measures Affecting Trade and Investment in Education Services

Disability Initiatives Programme

Assistive Technology in Unversities — Independent Assessment, Advice and Training

Higher Education Innovation Program

The Place of Universities Today and the Structures to Carry Out Their Roles

The Uniche Project eScience: Applications and Technology

Special Research Initiatives Scheme 2000

The Nation-State and its Rivals in Southeast Asia

Strategic Partnerships with Industry — Research and Training Scheme 2000

Identification and characterisation of Phytophthora pathogenicity and sporulation genes: potential targets for the development of novel control strategies

Combined heat and power solar concentrator system

13,890

45,000

19,200

1,350,000

900,000

22,750

63,240

423,240

51,000

192,000

60,000

230,000

182,000

83,000

80,000

214,000

155,000

140,500

119,000

118,992

14,586

59,406

12,000

66,935

165,000

173,622

146,000

105,000

103,000

185,197

97,100

210,000

112,500

133,000

202,000

125,000

164,000

150,000

177,000

168,000

198,000

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Chemoenzmatic Synthesis of Novel Sialic Acid Analogues Related to the Potent Anti-Influenza Drug Relenza

Security aspects of JAVA Smart Cards in JINI

Measuring Technical and Regulatory Impediments to Trade in Services

The endeavour Project: Creating and implementing scholarly standards for the preparation and publication of historical editions in digital form

Asian Accounts of Australia: change, comparison, and Analysis

Surface Characterisation of Cryptosporidium Oocysts for the Development of Novel Filtration Systems for Commercial Applications

The application of plasma antennas to communications and radar

Indigenous Marine Tenure and Resource use at Blue Mud Bay: Ethnographic and Archaeological Perspectives

Development and application of powerful new DNA tools for investigative forensics and agricultural utilisation in Cannabis Sativa

An Analysis of Access Pricing Issues

Conservation genetics and ecology of the vulnerable Resenberg’s goanna in NSW and the

ACT

Electrophilic chlorination: New Products, Improved Processes, and their Toxicological and

Environmental Implications

University Mobility in Asia and the Pacific Programme Round 2000

Student Exchange between the Australian National University and University of Hong Kong

Year-in-Asia Program(Japan)

Department of Communications,

Information Technology and the Arts

Department of Employment,

Workplace Relations and Small

Business

Unified Credit Transfer Scheme(Korea)

Visions of Australia

What John Berger Saw Touring Exhibition

Consultancy: APEC Labour Market Information Database and Website

Department of Family and Community

Services

Consultancy: Contribution for Research into Childlessness in Australia

Department of Foreign Affairs and

Trade

Consultancy: Terms of Reference for Consultancy Services to be Provided by the AUSPECC

Secretariat

Department of Health and Aged Care Consultancy: An Influenza Pandemic Model for Australia

Development and Delivery and Coordination of a Degree of Master of Applied Epidemiology (MAEDC)

General Practice Evaluation Program Grants

Gender Factors in Managing Diabetes

Phase 1: Establishment of Australian National Research and Development Collaboration between researchers, practitioners and decision-makers on issues related to Socio-economic Status and Health

Phase 2: Establishment of Health Inequalities Research Collaboration between researchers, practitioners and decision-makers on issues related to Socio-economic Status and Health

Department of Human Services

(Victoria)

Department of Immigration and

Multicultural Affairs

Department of Industry Science and

Resources

Consultancy: Research Priorities in Mental Health

National Public Health Partnerships Consultancy

The Financing of Laboratory Activity of Public Health Significance — Stage 2

Consultancy: Outcomes of the Second Generation in Australia

Consultancy: Bibliometric Analysis of Australia's Biotechnology Research

Technology Diffusion Program

5th Japan–Australia Plasma Diagnostic Workshop

Proterozoic Basin Evolution of Northern Australia

Fieldscreen Research Project — International Research and Commercial Alliances (USA and

Slovak Republic)

Proteome Reference Database, and Access to USA/European Union Networks

Harnessing Materials Research and Development Resources

Consultancy: Geographical Information System Consultancy Department of Land and Water

Conservation (NSW)

Department of Natural Resources and

Environment

Department of Primary Industries,

Water and Environment

Department of Veterans Affairs

Consultancy: Monitoring of Leadbeaters Possums and Other Forest Biodiversity

Modelling of Fire Regimes in Tasmania

Electric Power Research Institute

Consultancy: Analysis of Data and Assessment of Effectiveness in Connection with DVA

Health Care Plans

Consultancy: Climatic Factors in the Surveillance of Arboviral Disease

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113,000

18,000

40,000

18,000

100,000

118,613

140,839

48,469

41,200

6,750

8,000

9,400

14,900

150,000

63,240

63,240

63,240

9,700

5,700

9,700

45,050

33,005

63,240

63,240

319,396

338,441

121,535

140,000

62,466

283,678

10,000

65,850

20,049

83,096

64,670

221,978

Principal Grants and Donations

Embassy of Japan

Environment ACT

Environment Australia

Ford Foundation, The

Crossing Borders: Japanese War Brides in Australia

Research on Superb Parrot

Participatory Program Grants

A Revision of the Lichen Genus Buellia in Australia

Australian Biological Resources Study Postgraduate Scholarship

The Systematics of the Rhodanthe Lindley (Asteraceae: Gnaphalieae: Angianthinae)

Report on the Use of the Kyoto Mechanisms, particularly the Clean Development Mechanism, to Support Regional Sustainable Forest Management

Consultancy: East Asia/Pacific Regional Consultancies

Indonesian Women: The Journey Continues

Asian Studies in Asia

Consultancy: Sheet Metal Forming Die Design Using Traditional Surface Geometry Ford Motor Company of Australia

Limited

Forestry Tasmania

Forestry Technical Services Pty Ltd

Fox Television Stations, Inc.

G R Davis Pty Ltd

Gemplus Inc.

Gordon Darling Foundation

Grains Research and Development

Corporation

Consultancy: Audit of Changes to Modelling Systems Used in Land Evaluation by Forestry

Tasmania

Consultancy: Sri Lanka Training and Capacity Building Project

Consultancy: Research Programme For Improving DTV Receivers

Research and Development Grants: Assessment of Gain from Breeding Blue Mallee

Security Aspects of Java Smart Cards in JINI

Gordon Darling Author Fellowship

Australian Centre for Intellectual Property in Agriculture

Grape and Wine Research and

Development Corporation

Greening Australia Limited

GRM International Pty Ltd

Gene Expression Induced By Root Mechanical Impedance In Wheat

Research and Development Project Support

Assessment Of The Frequency And Impacts Of Severe Advective Frosts In The Canberra

Viticulture Region

Consultancy: Farm Forestry Support Monitoring and Evaluation

Consultancy: Technical Assistance: Efficiency to Public Service

Consultancy: Trade Negotiations Course In South Africa

Consultancy: Environmental Economics Courses 4 and 5 In Vietnam Hawthorn Consulting Group, The

Helvetas Vietnam Swiss Association for

Internation Cooperation

Henry Luce Foundation, Inc., The

Homestake Mining Company

Consultancy: Study Tour for Members and Officials of Vietnamese National Assembly

Consultancy: Social Forestry Support Program

Australian National University Fellowships for Southeast Asian Studies

Consultancy: Predictive Guides to Cu and Au Mineralization at Circum-Pacific Convergent

Plate Margins

PhD Scholarship — Regulation of the Morphine Biosynthetic Pathway Horticultural Research and

Development Corporation

Human Frontier Science Program

IDP Education Australia Limited

Research Grants

The Molecular Function of an Essential Histone Variant

Consultancies

Australia-Indonesia Development Scholarship Program — 2000

Thai Short Courses Program: Development to Public Policy Analysis for Officials of the

Royal Thai Government

Design, Delivery and Evaluation of Management and Organisational Change in Thailand

Under the Thailand Short Courses Program

Illumina Inc

International Centre for the Study of

East Asian Development

Japan Foundation, The

Mouse Mutant Analysis Using Random Arrays

Japanese Foreign Direct Investment and Trade with ASEAN4 Countries, 1990–2002

John D and Catherine T MacArthur

Foundation

Juvenile Diabetes Foundation

International

Bank Rescue Packages in Japan and Asia

Feminist Analysis of International Dispute Resolution

Research Grant Program

Regulation of Pig Proislet Xenograft Destruction and Assessment of the Potential for Xenozoonoses

The Role of MHC Class I in Initiation and Preparation of IDDM

Land and Water Resources Research and

Development Corporation

Enhancing the Information Base on Participatory Approaches in NRM

National Eutrophication Management Program

Sources and Delivery of Suspended Sediment and Phosphorus to Australian Rivers: Part B.

Nd and Sr Isotopes and Trace Elements

Postgraduate Research Scholarships

Social and Institutional Implications Of Landscape And Land Use Change

215,865

50,000

25,000

84,000

20,000

7,500

45,000

18,915

14,000

59,600

35,891

175,888

276,396

6,750

45,045

393,403

6,000

15,000

110,000

3,404,660

1,165,268

38,968

80,000

36,465

20,000

75,900

36,656

14,327

608,071

55,279

30,000

317,855

5,376

122,645

134,575

55,279

26,000

18,122

84,922

184,264

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Lawrence Livermore National

Laboratory

Lend Lease Projects Pty Limited

Melbourne Enterprises International

Ltd

Trans-Neptunian Object Search

Consultancy: Children’s Gallery Virtual Environment Theatre

Consultancy: Staff Selection and Appraisal in Samoa

Consultancy: Business Planning Training in the Kingdom of Tonga

Ministry of Economic Affairs

Indonesian Australia Specialised Training Project: Accountability in the Public Sector

Review of Domestic Support and Export Subsidy Measures in Australia, New Zealand,

United States and the European Union

Application of Plasma Switches to Mobile Personal Communication Systems Motorola Inc (USA)

Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences Births of a Nation: Women, Childbirth and Federation

Myer Foundation, The Australia in Asia: Preparing for a New Regional Order

National Council for the Centenary of

Federation

National Health and Medical Research

Council

Community Based Monitoring of Victorian Forest Vertebrates

National Council for the Centenary of Federation History and Education Program

1901 General Election Workshop and Book

Equipment Grants 2000

Digital Camera for Microscope and Dual Viewer

Benchtop Incubator/Shaker

National Land and Water Resources

Audit

National Library of Australia

National Illicit Drug Strategy

Pathways to Illicit Drug Use: An Analysis of the 1993–98 National Drug Strategy Surveys

National Heart Foundation of Australia Grants-In-Aid for Research

Anatomical and Functional Variation in the Mesenteric and Iris Arterial Vasculature; Correlation of Myoendothelial Communication and Mechanisms of Endothelium Dependent

Relaxation

Consultancy: Derivation of Nested Catchments and Sub-Catchments for the Australian

Continent

Newmont Mining Corporation

News Limited

Normandy Exploration Pty Ltd

Asian Accounts of Australia: change, comparison, and Analysis

The endeavour Project: Creating and implementing scholarly standards for the preparation and publication of historical editions in digital form

Consultancy: Predictive Guides to Cu and Au Mineralization at Circum-Pacific Convergent

Plate Margins

Consultancy: Research Programme For Improving DTV Receivers

Northern Land Council

NSW National Parks and Wildlife

Service

Consultancy: Predictive Guides to Cu and Au Mineralization at Circum-Pacific Convergent

Plate Margins

Indigenous Marine Tenure and Resource use at Blue Mud Bay: Ethnographic and Archaeological Perspectives

Habitat Mapping and Distribution for the Giant Dragonfly (Petalura gigantea) in NSW

Factors Affecting Soil Physical, Chemical and Biological Properties in Alpine Humus Soils and their Effects on Ecosystem Dynamics in Kosciuszko National Park

Consultancy: Modelling Fuel Dynamics in the Northern Directorate of the NSW National

Parks and Wildlife Service

ODP Australia Secretariat

Arboreal Marsupial and Nocturnal Raptors in Linear Woodland Remnants on the South-

West Slopes of New South Wales

Habitat Fragmentation in Alpine and Sub Alpine Regions of Australia

Research on Superb Parrot

Conservation genetics and ecology of the vulnerable Resenberg’s goanna in NSW and the

ACT

Ocean Drilling Program Australia Secretariat

Biostratographic Study of Samples from ODP Leg 189, South of Tasmania

Office of the Status of Women

Pacific Biological Foundation

Consultancy: Contribution for Research into Childlessness in Australia

Investigation of the Initial Human Colonisation of Vanuatu

Pacific Economic Cooperation Council Measuring Technical and Regulatory Impediments to Trade in Services

Pest Animal Control CRC Enhancement of the immunocontraceptive response of rabbits to recombinant MV-ZPB and

Australian National University education duties

Pfizer Pty Ltd Consultancy: Characterising the capacity of DBP-31/GSTO1-1

Preparatory Commission for the

Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban

Treaty Organization

Private Forestry Council Victoria

Consultancy: Testing and Evaluation of the Seismic Station Array Station (PS2) and Infrasound Array Station (IS07) in Warramunga, Australia

Research and Development Grants

Australian National University Forestry Market Report, 1999–2000

Consultancy: Analysis of CGE Models to Evaluate Domestic Greenhouse Policies Productivity Commission

Rhône-Poulenc Rural Australia Pty Ltd Identification and characterisation of Phytophthora pathogenicity and sporulation genes: potential targets for the development of novel control strategies

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400,000

18,709

40,053

115,594

34,863

50,512

27,000

16,000

35,000

105,000

10,205

15,146

50,003

89,100

5,500

128,000

5,000

15,000

10,000

15,000

5,000

10,000

32,670

105,000

646,326

158,730

531,997

109,000

30,000

75,000

64,492

240,000

64,492

60,000

18,000

10,000

15,000

15,000

Principal Grants and Donations

Rio Tinto Aboriginal Foundation

Grants Program

Master of Applied Epidemiology (Indigenous Health)

Royal Australasian College of Surgeons Consultancy: Medical Equipment Maintenance Project in the Pacific

Rural Industries Research and

Development Corporation

Research and Development Grants

The Economic Impact of Changing Australian Egg Production Systems

Indigenous Participation in Rural Learning for Rangeland Sustainability

Transgenic Glasshouse Facilitites for Transgenomic Rice Project

Assessment of Gain from Breeding Blue Mallee

Government Responses To Farm Poverty 1989–1998: The Policy Development Process

Defining the Product: Documenting Log Grades and Specifications in Australia

Scholarship: Hydrological Analysis of The Spatially Explicit Integration of Agroforestry into

Australia’s Farming Systems

Sasakawa Peace Foundation, The Policy Research on Economic Reform in Korea Peninsula

Scott, Estate of the Late Winifred Violet Grants for the Protection and Preservation of Wildlife

Conserving Native Animals in Fragmented Habitats

Snowy River Shire Council Consultancy: Resource Use and Economic Value in the Snowy Region

Solahart Industries Pty Ltd

Southern Area Health Services

Southern Tablelands Farm Forestry

Network Inc

Combined heat and power solar concentrator system

Consultancy: Building Community Capacity in Boorowa Project

Effects of Farm Forestry on Public Roads in the Southern Tablelands

Tasmanian Alkaloids Pty Ltd

Telstra Corporation Limited

United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization

United Nations Office for Project

Services

United Nations University, The

Commercial Species Selection for the Southern Tableland NSW

PhD Scholarship: Regulation of the Morphine Biosynthetic Pathway

Consultancy: Telstra Data Segmentation

Consultancy: Atlas of the World’s Languages in Danger of Disappearing

Consultancy: Support To The Pacific Regional Conference On Governance For Parliamentarians

Project on Population Growth, Land Transformation and Environmental Change (PLEC)

Tbit/s Optical Switches and Logic Gates United States Air Force Office of

Scientific Research

United States Institute of Peace

University of Adelaide, The

Constitution Engineering in Divided Societies: Can Incentives-Based Approaches Mitigate

Conflict

ACIAR Collaborative grants

Chinese Grain Market Policy with Special Emphasis on Domestic Grain Trade

Major Equipment Awards for Biomedical Research in Australia

Multi-Photon Flourescence Microscopy for Living Cell Applications

Research Grant

Fertility Transition In The Islamic Republic of Iran: Demographic Similarity Within Socio-

Economic Diversity

Reintegrative Shaming Experiments

Consultancy: Vietnam Institutional Review

Consultancy: Software Tools to Solve Parabolic Equations

University of Pennsylvania

University of Sydney

University of Technology, Sydney

US Department of Defense Design Methodologies for Robust Adaptive Autonomous Hierarchical Systems

Volvo Technological Development AB

Technological Development Project Grants

Vision based Human–Machine Interface Project — Amendment Agreement II — Driver

Behaviour Analysis and Driver System Safety

Weill Medical College

Wellcome Trust, The

Molecular Mechanisms of Signal Transduction in Retina

Technical Assistance for Confocal Microscope Facility for Electrophysiological Studies

Western Australia Aboriginal Affairs

Department

WMC Exploration

WMC Resources Limited

World Health Organisation

Consultancy: Building Capacity Through Improved Management and Administration of

Aboriginal Communities

Consultancy: Predictive Guides to Cu and Au Mineralization at Circum-Pacific Convergent

Plate Margins

Structural and Deformational Controls on Ore Genesis in the Britannia-Sirius-Victory

Complex, St Ives Gold Mines, WA

Special Programme for Research and Training in Tropical Diseases

Reverse Genetics of Caenorhabditis elegans to Validate New Artificial Drug Targets

Sub-total

Establishing Integrated Catchment Assessment and Management Centre's Consultancies

Account

Fourth Lapita Conference, Suva

GRANTS $5,000 and above

119,772

6,500

7,000

55,279

102,333

73,706

73,362

41,300

35,000

8,000

73,706

105,213

10,000

47,628,277

5,000

30,000

120,000

12,898

6,449

101,095

45,845

70,020

75,000

627,981

261,146

80,000

33,360

43,424

36,020

300,000

23,596

50,000

13,885

75,000

62,650

40,000

25,000

165,000

25,050

5,250

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Donations

Donor Purpose

AFS Reunion 2000 Inc.

Allen, D C K

Al-Maktoum Foundation, The

Ambruster, J

Anonymous

M R Jacobs Prize in Silviculture

Cambridge Commonwealth Fellowships (Australian Appeal)

Al-Maktoum Endowment in Arab and Islamic Studies

Bok Honours Scholarship Endowment Fund

Research School of Physical Sciences & Engineering Endowment Fund

Noel Butlin Archives Centre Endowment Fund

Drama Fund

Centre for Resource and Environmental Studies

Noel Butlin Archives Centre Endowment Fund

Atkinson, W J

Australian Manufacturing Workers

Union

Australian Mathematical Publishing

Association Inc.

Mathematics Bridging Course

Australian Skeptics Science Foundation Mount Stromlo Exploratory

Bok, J Bok Honours Scholarship Endowment Fund

British High Commission

Clough Engineering Ltd

Oxford Australia Fund

Fulbright Scholarship Fund

CSR Sugar

Department of Education, Training and

Youth Affairs

DePuy Australia Pty Ltd

Noel Butlin Archives Centre Endowment Fund

Neville Bonner Indigenous Scholarship Fund

ACT Orthopaedic & Musculoskeletal Research Foundation

Dickins, G

Duffield, J D

Eggen, G

Electro Optic Systems Pty Ltd

Fenner, F

Dickins Scholarship, Faculty of Engineering & Information Technology

Duffield Chair in Astronomy

Olin J Eggen Scholarship Endowment Fund

Mount Stromlo Exploratory

History of John Curtin School of Medical Research

Fenner Hall Scholarships

Fenner Foundation

The Herbert & Valmae Freilich Foundation Freilich, H

George Weston Foods Limited

Gordon, J M

Government of the Islamic Republic of

Iran

Government of Turkey

Griffin, P M

H L & R Pickford Holdings Pty Ltd

Halkyard, A J

Harvard Club of Australia

Holdsworth, R A

ISIS

Faculty of Law

Mount Stromlo Observatory

Lectureship in Persian Language and Iranian Studies

Lectureship in Turkish Language and Culture

Fenner Hall Endowment Fund

Drill Hall Gallery Foundation

Faculty of Law

Robert Gordon Menzies Scholarship Fund

Canberra School of Music

Support for the Australian National Committee of the Council for Security

Co-operation in the Asia-Pacific

Kornfeld, F & Nikolskaia, S

KPMG

Liu Ts'un-yan

Mathys Australia Pty Ltd

Kornfeld Scholarship Fund

Robert Gordon Menzies Scholarship Fund

Faculty of Asian Studies

ACT Orthopaedic & Musculoskeletal Research Foundation

Meng, X

National Australia Bank

Research on Unemployment and Poverty

Mount Stromlo Exploratory

Network Economics Consulting Group Canberra School of Art Workshop Projects and Activities

Paterson, M Mervyn S Paterson Fund

Pola Nominess Pty Ltd

Poynton, O

Rotary Club of Belconnen

Schmidt, B

Seddon, N C

Fulbright Scholarship Fund

Cambridge Commonwealth Fellowships (Australian Appeal)

Rotary Club of Belconnen Bursaries

Mount Stromlo Observatory

Law Research, Research School of Social Sciences

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Amount

10,000

31,516

24,000

40,000

5,000

100,000

15,000

15,000

75,000

33,957

8,750

20,000

7,000

5,000

160,000

15,000

5,000

654,940

403,915

7,000

5,000

5,435

7,325

10,000

10,436

20,000

29,070

20,000

43,750

12,000

5,000

22,500

5,000

20,000

200,000

25,000

10,500

28,175

7,429

10,000

1,000,000

17,210

25,000

50,000

44,000

10,000

10,000

6,000

Sheu, J H & L L Bruce Hall Bursary Fund

Smith & Nephew Surgical Pty Limited ACT Orthopaedic & Musculoskeletal Research Foundation

SMS Consulting Group Limited

Sun Microsystems

The Australian National University Public Lectures Series

Mount Stromlo Exploratory

Terrell, R D

Wilson, J C

Woodroofe, Estate of the late Kathleen

Nellie

Sub-total

Terrell Scholarship Fund

Sir Roland Wilson Archival Display

Woodroofe Postgraduate Scholarship Fund

DONATIONS $5,000 and above

Sub-total

Other

TOTAL

GRANTS and DONATIONS $5,000 and above

Grants and Donations under $5,000

The Australian National University Grants and Donations

(excluding Grants through ANUTECH Pty Ltd)

Principal Grants and Donations

10,000

20,000

15,000

12,500

10,000

5,000

100,000

$3,467,408

$51,095,685

$320,786

$51,416,471

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ANU Public Lecture Series

2000

January 27

Almost Absolute Zero: The Story of Laser Cooling and

Trapping

Professor WD Phillips (300)

February 15

Knots

Vaughan Jones (250)

May 16

Thoughts on the Evolution of Corporatism and

Globalisation

John Ralston Saul (500)

May 18

Building the New State of East Timor

Jean-Christian Cady (150)

June 9

Different Cultures Different Continents

Jared Diamond (900)

February 17

The Revolution in English Universities 1880-2000: Out

With the Old; Long Live the New

Professor Maitlis (100)

July 31

Scholarly Skywriting and the Knowledge Revolution

Stevan Harnad (120)

March 2

Australia and the UN — Challenges in the New

Millennium

Penny Wensley UN Ambassador (240)

August 9

Group Identity and American Constitutionalism

Professor Kathleen M Sullivan (120)

March 7

The Pamela Denoon Lecture

Julie McCrossin (530)

August 24

Jack Smart

Professor Peter Singer (360)

March 15

Slovakia on the Road to EU

Jan Figel (100)

September 19

The Promise of the 21 st

Century

Mike Milken (160)

March 31

Countermeasures

Les Murry (280)

October 17

The Health of Australian Rivers

Professor Graham Harris (160)

April 31

People of the New World: A Perspective from South

America

Professor Tom Dillehay (270)

October 18

The Archaeology of Philosophy

Professor John Camp (110)

May 1

Scientists Working for Humanity

Various speakers (560)

October 19

Bradshaw Rock Art

Graham Walsh (165)

May 8

Rings of science

Various speakers (240)

October 19

Religion Politics in the 20 th

Century

Dr Chandra Muzaffar (110)

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October 19

Beyond the Pale

Brenda L Croft (200)

November 10

No Distinction of any Kind

Professor Marilyn Lake (120)

November 16

Back in Business with India

Dr Richard Shand (100)

December 5

Politics at the Core

Professor Fredrick Teiwes (120)

December 14

Why Does Laughter Matter to Philosophy?

Quentin Skinner

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Freedom of Information Act 1982 Statement

This statement has been prepared in compliance with section 8 of the Freedom of Information Act 1982 and is correct to 31 December 2000.

1. Functions of the University’s decision-making Council and Boards are as follows:

Council

In accordance with section 8 of the Australian National

University Act 1991(Cth), the Council is the governing authority of the University. Section 9 of the Act provides that, subject to this Act and the Statutes, the

Council has the entire control and management of the

University and is to act in all matters concerning the

University in such manner as appears to be best calculated to promote the interests of the University.

The membership of the Council is set out in section 10 of the Act. It is chaired by the Chancellor and comprises

22 members which include elected officers of the University and other ex-officio members, representatives of both Houses of Parliament, persons appointed by the

Governor-General, persons appointed by the Chief

Minister of the ACT, representatives of various groups of the University's academic staff, representatives of the general staff, graduate and undergraduate students as well as Convocation, and one other person at the discretion of Council.

The Board of the Institute of Advanced Studies comprises a chairperson appointed by the Council from among the professors in the Institute (who is also Director of the Institute of Advanced Studies), the Vice-

Chancellor, the Deputy Vice- Chancellor, the Pro Vice-

Chancellor (Academic), the head of each research school and centre in the IAS, three members of academic staff from each research school chosen by the respective faculty or faculty board, the Chairperson of the

Board of The Faculties, the President, Postgraduate and

Research Students' Association Inc., one other postgraduate graduate, and such other persons as the Council appoints. The Institute of Advanced Studies comprises The John Curtin School of Medical Research and the Research Schools of Astronomy and Astrophysics, Biological Sciences, Chemistry, Earth Sciences, Information Sciences and Engineering, Pacific and Asian

Studies, Physical Sciences and Engineering, and Social

Sciences. It incorporates the Centre for Resource and

Environmental Studies and the School of Mathematical

Sciences (IAS component) and a number of mainly multidisciplinary academic centres.

The Board is assisted by the following committees:

• Committee on General Policy

• Promotions Committee

• IAS Planning Advisory Committee

Committees of the Council

Council is assisted by the following committees:

• The Standing Committee considers any matter relating to the University referred to it by the

Council or, if Council is not sitting, transacts the business of the University except for matters solely within the competence of the Council.

• The Finance Committee makes recommendations and decisions concerning financial and accounting matters of the University.

• Other continuing committees of Council are the

Audit Committee, Buildings and Grounds Committee, Committee Against Sexual Harassment,

Committee on Conditions and Appointment of the Vice-Chancellor and Deputy Vice-Chancellors,

Emergency Appointment (Vice-Chancellor) Committee and the General Services Fee Committee.

Board of the Institute of Advanced Studies

The Board is responsible under the Council for all academic matters relating to the Institute, and may advise the Council on any matter relating to education, learning or research or the academic work of the University.

Board of The Faculties

The Board, subject to the Statutes, is responsible under the Council for all academic matters relating to The

Faculties, and may advise the Council on any matter relating to education, learning or research or the academic work of the University.

The Board of The Faculties comprises a chairperson appointed by the Council from among the professors in

The Faculties, the Vice- Chancellor, the Deputy Vice-

Chancellor, the Pro Vice-Chancellor (Academic), the

Dean of each faculty, the Dean of Students, the President of The Australian National University Students'

Association, the Chairperson of the Board of the Institute of Advanced Studies and one other member of the

IAS, the Chairperson of the Board of the Institute of the

Arts, the Director, School of Art, the Director, School of Music, the heads of departments and divisions, the heads of centres in the Faculty of Asian Studies, three professors of law, other representatives of academic staff and students, and such other persons as the Council appoints from time to time. The Faculties offer undergraduate and graduate courses in arts, Asian studies, economics and commerce, engineering and information technology, law, science, art and music.

The Board is assisted by the following committees:

• Steering Committee of the Board of The Faculties

• Academic Performance Appeals Committee

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• Admissions Committee

• Faculties Research Grants Committee

• Postgraduate Scholarships Committee

• Promotions Committee

• Standing Committee of Tenure Committee

• The Faculties' Planning Group

• Committee on Consultation

• Research Management Committee

• Tertiary Degrees Delegation Committee

• Honorary Degrees Delegation Committee

Joint Committees of the Academic Boards

The two academic Boards have the following joint committees:

• Graduate Degrees Committee

• Joint Committee of the Academic Boards

• Joint Committee on Postgraduate Awards

• University Awards Committee

• Board of Management, Centre for Continuing

Education

University Schools and Centres

The University has established a number of schools or other academic organisational structures which include bodies, or members of staff, from the IAS and The Faculties, or, in some other way, draw their resources from the IAS and The Faculties. These comprise the Asia Pacific School of Economics and Management (APSEM),

School of Mathematical Sciences (SMS), Centre for

Cross Cultural Research (CCCR), Humanities Research Centre (HRC), National Centre for Epidemiology and Population Health (NCEPH), Centre for

Educational Development and Academic Methods

(CEDAM), Centre for Mental Health Research (CM-

HR) and the Centre for Aboriginal Economic Policy

Research (CAEPR). Each is represented on one or both of the Board of the Institute of Advanced Studies and/ or the Board of The Faculties.

2. The functions of the University’s

Statutory Officers are as follows:

Chancellor

The Chancellor presides at all meetings of Council and on all ceremonial occasions when available to do so. The

Chancellor and the Vice- Chancellor sign the Annual

Report of the University to the Governor-General.

Pro-Chancellor

The Pro-Chancellor chairs meetings of the Standing

Committee and, in the absence of the Chancellor, presides at meetings of the Council and on ceremonial occasions.

Freedom of Information Act 1982 Statement

Vice-Chancellor

The Vice-Chancellor is the Chief Executive Officer of the University and has such powers and duties as the

Statutes prescribe or, subject to the Statutes as the

Council determines. The Vice- Chancellor's role is to control and manage the affairs and concerns of the University including the control and management of real and personal property vested in or acquired by the University. The Vice-Chancellor has, and may exercise, such powers as are necessary or desirable to discharge those duties. The Vice-Chancellor also represents and acts for the University in its relations with the Commonwealth Government and other bodies.

Deputy Vice-Chancellor

The Deputy Vice-Chancellor generally assists in all aspects of the Vice-Chancellor's work, but in particular leads the management of the University's research, teaching and outreach activities and oversees the resource (financial and staffing) management and control of the University and deputises for the Vice-Chancellor in that officer's absence.

3. Powers of the University

The University's powers are based on the Australian Na-

tional University Act 1991. Under this legislation the

University has made statutes, rules and orders.

Statutes

Council has made [31] statutes under section 27(1) which are valid at present —

• Board of The Faculties Statute

• Board of the Institute of Advanced Studies Statute

• Chancellorship Statute

• Convocation Statute

• Courses and Degrees Statute

• Default Certificate Statute

• Deputy Vice-Chancellorship Statute

• Discipline Statute

• Faculties and Faculty Boards (Institute of

Advanced Studies) Statute

• Faculties (The Faculties) Statute

• Fees Statute

• Information Technology Services Statute

• Institute of the Arts Statute

• Institute of the Arts Liquor Statute

• Interpretation Statute

• Halls of Residence Statute

• Library Statute

• Liquor (Affiliated Colleges) Statute

• Liquor (Halls of Residence and University Union)

Statute

• Liquor (University Arts Centre) Statute

• Liquor (University House) Statute

• Membership of the Council Statute

• Parking and Traffic Statute

• Pro-Chancellorship Statute

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• Residential Colleges (Affiliation) Statute

• Staff Superannuation Statute

• Superannuation Funds (Investment and Management) Statute

• The Australian National University Endowment for Excellence Statute

• University House Statute

• University Seal Statute

• Vice-Chancellorship Statute

Rules

Rules have been made under the above statutes relating to admission, examinations, fees, discipline, courses and degrees, courses of study, student academic performance, University House, halls of residence, affiliated colleges, membership of Council, the Library, and faculties and faculty boards.

Orders

Orders have been made under the above statutes relating to research schools, the Library, liquor, and Fee paying overseas students fees.

4. Documents or publications produced by the University

Documents available for purchase by the public or otherwise accessible in terms of the Freedom of Information

Act 1982 are —

• Council statutes, rules and orders

• Annual Report of the ANU to Parliament

• Annual reports of schools, faculties, centres and units to the Council

• Undergraduate Handbook

• Graduate School Handbook

• Institute of the Arts Handbook

• Purchasing Policy and Procedures

• Finance and Business Manual (electronic version only)

• Occupational Health and Safety Unit Information

Documents which are customarily made available to the public otherwise than under the Freedom of Information Act 1982, free of charge upon request, are the ANU

Reporter, National Graduate, information pamphlets and booklets on courses and academic requirements in various disciplines, leaflets on academic appointments in the Institute of Advanced Studies and in The Faculties, Library Guides, and an accommodation brochure.

Internal working documents include internal user manuals, Financial Authorisations, Personnel and Payroll

(General) Manuals and other policy and procedural documents.

Facilities for access

Limited facilities for the perusal of documents applicable to individual areas are available at the Staffing Serv-

136 ices Branch of the Human Resources Division and/or

Student Administration and Support Services.

FOI procedures and initial contact points

Applications for access to documents under the Freedom of Information Act 1982 (Cth) should be lodged in writing to the University Legal Office. The written application should include details of the documents or information sought, the application fee (currently

$30.00) or a request for its remission, an address to which notices may be sent and, to facilitate contact with the applicant, a telephone number effective during normal business hours. Lodged applications for access to documents will be acknowledged and a decision notified to the applicant as quickly as possible in accordance with the statute.

Inquiries regarding freedom of information and access to documents may be made at —

University Legal Office

First Floor

Chancelry, Building No. 10

The Australian National University

CANBERRA ACT 0200

Tel: (02) 6125 8489

Financial Statements

ANU Financial Statements (not available)

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Index

Index

A

Aboriginal Economic Policy Research,

Centre for 54, 113

Academic and student initiatives 6

Academic Boards, Joint Committees of the 135

Anthropology, RSPAS 34, 90

Applied Mathematics 93

Arab and Islamic Studies, Centre for 44, 108

Archaeology and Anthropology 41, 107

Archaeology and Natural History 35, 91

Art, Canberra School of 49

Arts Faculty 41, 107

Asia Pacific School of Economics and

Management 50, 110

Asian Studies Faculty 44, 109

Astronomy and Astrophysics, Research School of 24, 63

Atomic and Molecular Physics Laboratories 94

Australia-Japan Research Centre 50, 110

Australian Dictionary of Biography 36

Australian National Internships Program 51

B

Biochemical Reactions and Molecular Recognition 74

Biological Sciences, Research School of 25, 66

Biomolecular Simulations and Calculations 77

Board of The Faculties 134

Board of the Institute of Advanced Studies 134

C

Canberra School of Art 49

Canberra School of Music 50

Centre for Aboriginal Economic Policy

Research 54, 113

Centre for Arab and Islamic Studies 44, 108

Centre for Cross-Cultural Research 55, 114

Centre for Democratic Institutions 36, 102

Centre for Economic Policy Research 36, 102

Centre for Educational Development and Academic

Methods 55, 113

Centre for Immigration and Multicultural Studies 36

Centre for Mathematics and its Applications 60, 116

Centre for Mental Health Research 56, 113

Centre for Resource and Environmental

Studies 40, 105

Centre for Tax System Integrity 36, 103

Centres 50, 110

Chancellor 135

Chemistry, Research School of 28, 73

Classics Program 42

Commerce 45

Committees of the Council 134

Computational Quantum Chemistry 76

Computer Sciences Laboratory 30, 84

Conclusion 12

Contemporary China Centre 35, 92

Cooperation with Government and other public institutions 24

Coordination Chemistry and Inorganic Spectro-

Electrochemistry 75

Coordination Chemistry, Kinetics and Mechanism 73

Council 1, 13

Committees 13

Cross-Cultural Research, Centre for 55, 114

D

Democratic Institutions, Centre for 36, 102

Demography 37

Demography Program 103

Deputy Vice-Chancellor 135

Development Studies Network 37

Development Studies, National Centre for 113

Developmental Neurobiology and

Endocrinology 25, 66

Director, RSBS 25

Director, RSPAS 35, 92

Director, RSSS 37, 103

Disordered Materials 77

Documents or publications produced by the University 136

Donations 130

E

Earth Sciences, Research School of 30, 78

Economic History 46, 110

Economic Policy Research, Centre for 36, 102

Economics and Commerce Faculty 45, 109

Economics, APSEM 51, 112

Economics, E&C 45, 109

Economics, RSPAS 33, 87

Economics, RSSS 37, 103

Ecosystem Dynamics 25, 68

Educational Development and Academic Methods,

Centre for 55, 113

Electron Microscopy Unit 26, 69

Electronic Materials Engineering 95

Endowment Office 61

English 108

Enrolments 8

Environmental Biology 26, 67

Epidemiology and Population Health, National

Centre for 57, 114

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F

Facilities for access (FOI) 136

Faculties, The 41, 107

Faculty of Arts 41, 107

Faculty of Asian Studies 44, 109

Faculty of Economics and Commerce 45, 109

Faculty of Law 47, 110

Fenner Hall 61

Financial Statements 137

FOI procedures and initial contact points 136

Freedom of Information Act 1982 Statement 134

French Program 42

Functions of the University’s decision-making Council and Boards 134

Functions of the University’s Statutory Officers 135

G

Gender Relations Centre 35, 92

Genomic Interactions Group 26, 69

German Program 42

Goals 3

Graduate Program in Public Policy 52, 112

Grants 119

H

History, RSSS 38, 104

Human Geography 35, 91

Humanities Research Centre 56

I

Immigration and Multicultural Studies, Centre for 36

Information environment 10

Information Sciences and Engineering, Research

School of 30, 84

Information Technology Services 62

Inorganic Stereochemistry and Asymmetric

Synthesis 78

Institute of Advanced Studies 24, 63

Institute of the Arts 49

Internet Publications Bureau 93

J

John Curtin School of Medical Research 32, 86

Joint Committees of the Academic Boards 135

Joint Research Projects undertaken with universities,

CSIRO and other institutions 63

L

Laser and Optical Spectroscopy 75

Laser Physics Centre 97

Law Faculty 47, 110

Law Program, RSSS 38, 104

Linguistics and Applied Linguistics Program 42

Linguistics, RSPAS 35, 92

140

Liquid State Chemical Physics 74

M

Management Information Services 62

Mathematical Sciences, School of 60, 116

Mathematics and its Applications, Centre for 60, 116

Mathematics, SMS 61, 118

Medical Research, John Curtin School of 32, 86

Mental Health Research, Centre for 56, 113

Mission 3

Molecular Genetics and Evolution 26, 69

Molecular Plant Physiology Group 27, 70

Music, Canberra School of 50

N

National Centre for Development Studies 52, 113

National Centre for Epidemiology and Population

Health 57, 114

National Graduate School of Management 54

Nuclear Magnetic Resonance 75

Nuclear Physics 98

O

Officers for Ceremonial Occasions 2

Optical Sciences Centre 99

Orders 136

Organic Synthesis 75

Organotransition Metal Chemistry 73

Outreach to the community 11

Overview of the ANU 3

P

Pacific and Asian History 34, 88

Pacific and Asian Studies, Research School of 33, 87

Pacific Manuscripts Bureau 35, 93

Philosophy 108

Philosophy, RSSS 39

Photobioenergetics 27, 71

Physical environment 11

Physical Sciences and Engineering, Research

School of 93

Plant Cell Biology 27, 71

Plasma Research Laboratory 100

Political Science, RSSS 39, 104

Politics and International Relations 34, 89

Polymers and Soft Condensed Matter 77

Powers of the University 135

Principal Grants and Donations 119

Pro-Chancellor 135

Protein Crystallography and Engineering 76

Protein Synthesis and Evolution 73

Public Lecture Series 132

R

Research Evaluation and Policy Project 39

Research performance 10

Research School of Astronomy and Astrophysics 24, 63

Research School of Biological Sciences 25, 66

Research School of Chemistry 28, 73

Research School of Earth Sciences 30, 78

Research School of Information Sciences and

Engineering 30, 84

Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies 33, 87

Research School of Physical Sciences and

Engineering 93

Research School of Social Sciences 36, 102

Resource and Environmental Studies, Centre for 105

Resource Management in the Asia–Pacific

Project 35, 93

Resources 9

Review of 2000 5

Rules 136

Russian Program 42

S

School of Art, Canberra 49

School of Mathematical Sciences 60, 116

School of Music, Canberra 50

School of Social Sciences, Arts 43, 108

Schools 50, 110

Social and Political Theory Program 39, 104

Social Science Data Archives 40

Social Sciences, Arts, School of 43, 108

Social Sciences, Research School of 36, 102

Society and Environment 34, 90

Sociology, RSSS 40, 105

Solid State Molecular Science 77

Solid State Structural Chemistry 78

Staff 6

State, Society and Governance in Melanesia Project 35

Statistical Highlights 6

Statistics 15

Statistics and Econometrics 46

Statutes 135

Strategic and Defence Studies Centre 36, 93

Structure and Governance 3

Synthesis and Mechanism 73

Systems Engineering 31, 85

T

Tax System Integrity, Centre for 36, 103

Telecommunications Engineering 32, 86

Theoretical Chemical Physics 73

Theoretical Physics 100

Transformation of Communist Systems Project 35

U

University House 62

University Officers 2

University Schools and Centres 50, 110, 135

University’s reputation 5

V

Values 3

Vice-Chancellor 135

Vice-Chancellorship 12

Visual Sciences 28, 72

W

Women’s Studies 109

Index

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