Combining chemistry and Aboriginal art
Artist and scientist Stephanie Beaupark is combining her two passions for her PhD research.
New podcast series goes behind the scenes of research into Australia’s natural and cultural history
The seven-episode series includes interviews with seven CABAH researchers, a centre based at UOW.
The future of Port Kembla
An historical and geographical interdisciplinary project
Safer electric vehicles
Chief Investigators Professor Haiping Du and Dr Shuaishuai Sun, both from the Faculty of Engineering and Information Sciences, are developing suspension and advanced control techniques that have the potential to improve vehicle safety by reducing the prevalence of accidents, injuries and fatalities caused by unstable vehicle motion such as loss of handling and traction control and rollovers.
The two of us: Michael Adams and Freya Croft
The University of Wollongong (UOW) has so many high achieving PhD students, working towards solving real world problems. Behind every great PhD candidate is a great supervisor (or two). We hear from both to understand their perspective of the post graduate journey.
Next-Generation Smart Solid-State Transformers (S3T)
A new UOW research project funded by the Australian Research Council (ARC) aims to design, develop and implement a next-generation smart solid-state transformer (S3T) that will greatly contribute to Australia’s energy infrastructure.
Understanding environmental stressors for the Great Barrier Reef
With the future of Australia’s Great Barrier Reef under threat, a newly funded three-year project will expand our understanding of the drivers and context of recent mass coral bleaching on the reef.
The three of us: Pauline McGuirk, Gordon Waitt & Hilton Penfold
The University of Wollongong (UOW) has so many high achieving PhD students, working towards solving real world problems. Behind every great PhD candidate is a great supervisor (or two). We hear from both to understand their perspective of the postgraduate journey.
Shaping a sunburnt country
Fire has shaped the Australian landscape, biodiversity and resources for millennia and in south-eastern Australia, it is the dominant ecological disturbance and a prominent natural hazard.