16 March 2017
The following have been successful at securing funds through the latest funding round of the WUN Research Mobility Programme:
Ms Vivian Kong, Historical Studies, will be visiting the department of History at the University of Sydney for 6 weeks from July 2016.
Project title: Who were the British? Situating Britishness in interwar Hong Kong
Mr Plinio Rodrigues de Oliveira Zanini, Engineering Mathematics, will be visiting the Auckland Bioengineering Institute at the University of Auckland for 3 months from August 2017.
Project title: Generating renewable energy through rubber
Mr Jonathan Rees, Law, will be visiting the Law School at the University of Sydney for 6 weeks from November 2017.
Project title: Is the regulation of drug use/enhancements in sport effective and necessary, or do the best interests of stakeholders in sport require that it be fundamentally reconsidered, and if necessary, abandoned?
Mr Scott Harper, Mathematics, will be visiting the Centre for the Mathematics of Symmetry and Computation at the University of Western Australia for 1 month in January 2018.
Project title: Generating graphs of finite groups
Dr Julie MacLeavy, Geographical Sciences, will be visiting the department of Geography at the University of Bergen for 1 week in February 2018.
Project title: Developing gendered political economic geography
For more information on WUN Research Mobility Progrramme