School ARC Grant Successes

Our school academics wins 2020 ARC Discovery grants. Congratulation to Professor Jianqiang Zhang and Professor Paul Munroe both led new successful grants. Professor Alan Crosky was also a co-CI on an ARC Linkage grant.

 

The successful grants are listed below:

 

High temperature corrosion induced by multiple secondary oxidants         

Jianqiang Zhang; David Young; Damien Connétable

$554,000

    

Designed to last: novel gradient coatings for extreme environments

Paul Munroe; Zonghan Xie; Jiang Xu

$600,000

   

Microbiologically Induced Stress Corrosion Cracking in Underground Mines

Serkan Saydam; Hamed Lamei Ramandi; Naresh Kumar; Alan Crosky; Michael Manefield; Ismet Canbulat; Scott Rice; Peter Craig

$675,318

 

Our rise in the influential Nature Index echoes UNSW’s recent improvements in global rankings, and the Excellence in Research for Australia (ERA) and Engagement and Impact (EI) results. It demonstrates our academics are publishing more high-quality research, which is testimony to our continued focus on research excellence,” said Professor Nicholas Fisk (Deputy Vice-Chancellor, Research).

 

Thank you to Professor Jianqiang Zhang, Professor Paul Munroe and our Emeritus Professor Alan Crosky for the excellent research quality and impact that contribute toward UNSW Sydney is number one in Research in Australia for its contribution to research in natural sciences.

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