- Hing-Wah ChauAvailable to supervise research studentsAvailable for media queries
Dr Hing-Wah Chau is an academic teaching scholar in built environment. His research interests lie in sustainable built environment, architectural and urban design, design for ageing and inclusive design, as well as design for health and wellbeing. He has published numerous referred journal articles, referred conference papers and book chapters.
- Sustainable built environment
- Architectural and urban design
- Design for ageing and inclusive design
- Design for health and wellbeing
- Nader ChmaitUnavailable to supervise research studentsAvailable for media queries
Experienced postdoctoral researcher with a demonstrated history of working in higher education and in sports business intelligence. Skilled in Machine Learning, Computer Science, Databases, Big Data Analytics, Data Science, and Data Visualisation.
- Artificial intelligence
- Machine Learning
- Business intelligence
- Statistical modelling
- Information Theory
- Tom ClarkUnavailable to supervise research studentsAvailable for media queries
Tom Clark is a researcher in Victoria University's Institute for Sustainable Industries and Liveable Cities, bringing decades of experience in rhetorical and poetic analysis to interdisciplinary problems of communication, culture, and identity. He also teaches across a range of disciplines in VU's First Year College, as well as supervising research thesis students.
- Popular and political rhetoric
- Public speaking
- Discourse analysis
- Andrew ClarkeAvailable to supervise research studentsAvailable for media queries
Professor Clarke was the inaugural Dean of the College of Law and Justice at Victoria University. He has extensive practical experience as a Board member, including two three year terms as a director of a national government, not-for-profit agency. He has an SJD in Corporate Governance from Bond University; his supervisor was Professor John Farrar.
- Corporate law
- Corporate governance
- Tort law
- Christine ConnellyAvailable to supervise research studentsAvailable for media queries
Christine is a Lecturer in Environmental Science at Victoria University. Her research is focused on using cross-disciplinary approaches to solving biodiversity conservation issues in Australia, drawing on 15 years' experience in ecology, across the private, government, non-profit and academic sectors. Christine is an expert in developing long-term citizen science projects.
- Conservation Biology
- Landscape ecology
- Citizen science