Available postgraduate research topics
CSBi currently has a range of research projects available for Postgraduate students. Some examples are:
- The use of novel antagonists in a mouse lung model of inflammation.
- Construction and evaluation of a virus like particle expressing Streptococcus pneumoniae epitopes for human vaccine purpose.
Contact A/Prof Michael Kotiw for further information
- Development of Depth of Anaesthesia Monitoring Techniques
- Analysing EEG Signals using Wavelet based Independent Component Analysis
- The Auto-Reconstruction of Realistic Head Modelling of EEG
- Adaptive Speech Separation Using Hybrid Techniques
- An Intelligent Technique for Intrusion Detection in Computer Networks
Contact A/Prof Yan Li for further information.
- Influencing factors in human visual perceptual rivalry.
- Protein kinase genes and tumorigenesis: mechanism, prevention and treatment.
Contact Dr Guang Bin Liu for further information.
- Information security when sharing within a distributed collaborative environment (Security related area)
- Preserving privacy in data mining environments (Privacy area)
- Limiting disclosure of private information in relational database systems.
- Intelligent solutions for healthcare systems Security and privacy in database systems.
- Workflow analysis in a wireless network
- Data management and applications in data stream systems
Contact Prof Hua Wang for further information.
- Data mining from data streams.
- Knowledge mining from biological and medical data.
Contact Dr Ji Zhang for further information.
- Ontology-based User Concept Modelling in Personalised Web Information Gathering
Contact Dr Xiaohui (Daniel) Tao for further information.
- Host/pathogen interactions in soil-borne diseases of wheat and barley.
- Molecular approaches to improving winter cereal disease resistance.
Contact Prof Mark Sutherland or Dr Anke Martin for further information.
- Impacts of viticultural practices on grape and wine quality.
- Optimising wine yeast selection and fermentation conditions.
- Evaluation of grapevine rootstocks best suited to the Queensland biticultural environments.
- Characterising the ultra violet light environment of grapevine canopies.
Please contact Dr Rob Learmonth or Ms Ursula Kennedy for further information.
- Improving frost tolerance in cereals.
Please contact Prof Grant Daggard for further information.