Current postgraduate researchers and their topics
Johannes Behrisch (Masters candidate) Implementing sustainability principles into the design of electric and electronic equipment.
Bronwyn Cumbo (PhD candidate) Location-based hybrid reality games: A tool for building urban communities and connecting them to the natural world.
Matthew Daly (PhD candidate) Community level transition to sustainable consumption patterns.
Chris Dunstan (PhD candidate) The good servant: designing electricity markets as if the future matters.
Dena Fam (PhD candidate) People and practices: Fostering transitions toward sustainability through transdisciplinary inquiry in the process of individual, social and organisational learning.
Judy Friedlander (Masters candidate) Media strategies in sustainability and climate change.
Eleanor Glenn (PhD candidate) Exploring Public Policy Issues through Deliberative Dialogue.
Kate Hughes (PhD candidate) Social perceptions and historical context of chemical risk associated with technology selection for contaminated site remediation: Identifying the differing contexts of remediation
Jenny Kent (PhD candidate) Climate change - whose responsibility? from the personal to the global.
Sarina Kilham (Phd candidate) Social sustainability in biodiesel production: Brazil and Timor-Leste.
Tania Leimbach (PhD candidate) Engaging audiences with sustainability: Innovative programming in cultural organisations.
Ariane Liu (Phd candidate) The role of smart meter information in creating behavioural changes towards sustainable urban water management
Erika Mieser (PdD candidate) The implications of how culture and HRM interact for public sector reform in PNG.
Reza Memary (Phd candidate) Material requirements for developing clean energy production in Australia.
John McKibbin (Phd candidate) Toward sustainable cities: policies, processes, analyses and tools supporting integrated resource planning decisions.
Juergen Peterseim (PhD candidate) Carbon emission reduction potential for electricity and process heat generation via non-conventional fuels.
Tani Shaw (Phd candidate) The sustainability of economics.
Verena Streitferdt (PdD candidate) Energy Efficiency NAMAs for the building sector: A win-win solution for development and emerging economies?
Jack Thomson (PhD candidate) Post disaster agricultural rehabilitation: lessons for climate change adaptation.
Nicole Thornton (Masters) People's attitudes to water and the associated impacts this has on their water use.
Rachel Watson (PhD candidate) The impacts of distributed recycled water systems..
Phil Willis (PhD candidate) The business of local government: how the local government polity is reacting to the impacts of the recent reform process
Keren Winterford (PhD candidate) Reframing the question used within international development to appreciate strengths and assets within communities.