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The ResearchStart Program provides a great opportunity for students to gain insight into research practice while developing research skills that will enhance future learning opportunities. The Faculty aims to promote and develop a research culture and to this end, the ResearchStart Program links students to an experienced academic staff member to work on a real-world research project. The program is targeted at 2nd year and above undergraduate students as well as postgraduate coursework students.
- undergraduate students $1600
- postgraduate students $2000
Below is the list of the 2016 selected projects and academics supervising projects.
2016 ResearchStart Projects
|Laura Crommelin (with other City Futures Staff - Hazel Easthope, Laurence Troy, Chris Martin, Chris Pettit), Pristine Ong (Master of City Planning)
This house is not a home: exploring the use of residential property for non-residential uses in Sydney (pdf)
|Francesco Fiorito and Philip Oldfield, Xin Pei Chong (Master of Architecture)
Design, fabrication and testing of an adaptive envelope component (pdf)
|Samad Sepasgozar and Cynthia Wang, Kyar Nyo Yin (Master of Architecture)
Challenges of Implementation of Laser Scanners in Building Construction (pdf)
|Scott Hawken, Maryam Gusheh and Katrina Simon, William Maynard (Architectural Studies)
Rapid prototyping of 3D Urban Landscapes : Industry 4.0 for architecture, landscape and urban design (pdf)
|Miles Park, Andrew Abou Zeid (Industrial Design Honours)
Beautiful Obsolescence (pdf)
|Lisa Zamberlan, Kien Van-Young (Architectural Studies)
Homeland: returning, remembering re-imagining (pdf)
|M. Hank Haeusler, Annisa Rizal (Computational Design)
Enabling low cost Human Presence tracking - Using commodity hardware to monitor human presence in workplaces (pdf)
The ResearchStart grants are an initiative of the Office of the Associate Deans, Education & Research. For more information please email firstname.lastname@example.org
For past winning recipients of the ResearchStart Program, click here.