*Any changes to the presentation schedule will be updated closer to 8 June*

All presentations are in Darwin time.

Thursday , 9 June

10:30 AM – 12:30 PM

Red 7 (Mal Nairn Auditorium)
Society & technology (2)

Chair: Dr Vinuthaa Murthy

Webinar registration:


Red 6.1.19

Arts & society (1)

Chair: Prof Jennifer Deger

Webinar registration:


Red 6.1.01

Women & child health

Chair: Dr Sophie Hickey

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10:30-10:45 Chun Wang – CEITE

Production of Methane Rich Biogas from Green Waste Through Anaerobic Digestion

10:30 – 10:35 Julie Walker – CIFEA

I follow my grandmother: a conceptual framework for Yinhamah

10:30-10:45 Emily Bowden – Menzies

Interventions to improve enablers and/or overcome barriers to seeking care during pregnancy, birthing and postnatal period for vulnerable women in high-income countries: a systematic review and meta-analysis

10:45-11:00 Cedric Tan – CEITE

Investigation of the Adhesion and Microbiologically Influenced Corrosion Effects by Pseudomonas Aeruginosa on High Chromium White Iron

10:35 – 10.50 Yasunori Hayashi – NI & CIFEA

A Yolngu ontology of language announces itself in academia

10:45-11:00 Mpho Dube – CoNM

An Australian Dedicated Refugee Midwifery Group Practice: Exploring the impact, outcomes and experiences of women and midwives

11:00-11:05 Angel Alberto Aguilar Morones – CEITE

Chemical recycling of flame retarded plastics wastes: recovery of valuable feedstocks

10.50 – 11.05 Raul David – APCBL 

How is the auditor’s assessment of materiality a matter of professional judgement?

11:00-11:15 Nerida Grant – CoNM

Experiences of First Nations women responding to life stressors who access perinatal care at Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Services (ACCHSs): An Integrative Literature Review

11:05-11:10 Caleb Ojo – CEITE

Recycling bromine and Antimony from Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene (Waste Plastic containing Brominated Flame Retardants)

11:05-11:10 Raymond Ukaegbu – NI & CIFEA

Photo Elicitation as an Ideal Research Instrument in the Wake of the COVID-19 Pandemic

11:15-11:30 Jennifer Roberts – CoNM

Evaluating a program designed to meet the cultural care needs of young women

11:10-11:15 Yuri Arvian – NI & CIFEA

Social acceptability of Large-Scale Renewable Energy projects in the Northern Territory (NT)

11:10-11:25 Rajmoni Singha – NI & CIFEA

Manipuri ethnic weavers of Bangladesh and their challenges

11:30-11:45 Jessy Thambiraj – CoNM

You feel different in your body”: experiences of fatigue among children undergoing radiotherapy for cancer treatment.

11:15-11:20 Cao-Khang Nguyen – CEITE

A Design of Distributed Secondary Control for Stability Improvement in High-Capacity Inverter Testing of Islanded AC Microgrid

11:25-11:30 Aleksandra Glabinska Kelly – CIFEA

Young people, use your reason to make peace among all humans! Jan ze Trzciany’s De natura ac dignitate hominis, 1554

11:45-11:50 Stephanie Marsh – CHHS

Giving the kids antibiotics: How do parents decide?

11:20-11:35 Hansi Alwis – ERI & CEITE

Molecular dynamic simulation of the interaction between silver nanoparticle surfaces and phytochemicals presents in Kakadu plum extracts

11:30-11:45 Nina Lawrence – NI & CIFEA

Preservation and Promotion of Traditional Yolngu Children’s Songs

11:35-11:40 Gehan Abdelghany – CEITE

Commercial Cultivation of Australian Wild Oryza spp.: A Review and Conceptual Framework for Future Research Needs

11:40-11:55 Daniel Dodzi Yao Setsoafia – CEITE

DFT Calculations of Orbital Energies in Small Molecule Donor and Acceptor materials used in Organic Solar Cells

Q&A – Wraps up at 12: 30PM

Thursday, 9 June

1:30 pm – 3:30 pm (Casuarina, Red 6 Rooms & Orange 10)

Red 6.1.01


Chair: Dr Tracy Woodroffe

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Red 6.1.19

Equity and diversity

Chair: Dr Lisa Hodge

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Orange 10 (Nan Geise Gallery)

Arts & Society 2


1:30-1:45 Hoang Huong Le – CIFEA

Pre-service teacher’s preparation for social justice: Untold stories in Northern Territory

1:30-1:45 Will Kemp – CEITE

Can mine site rehabilitation restore Indigenous cultural values?

1:30-1:45 Anastasia Maksimova – CIFEA

Contemporary Botanical Art for Education and Scientific Communication

1:45-2:00 Binoy Joseph – CIFEA

Students’ behaviours in Northern Territory schools: Are our teachers safe at their workplace?

1:45-2:00 Eleanor Norris – APCBL

Discharging Accountability via the Annual Report: The Case of First Nations Entities in Australia

1:45-2:00 Dean Mobbs- CIFEA

Sleeping Dogs and Ashes: Love as Law – Marriage as Metaphor: Welfare Ordinances and Discrimination in Australia 1955 – 1965

2:00-2:15 Isabelle Lys – CIFEA

Biomedical/Health Science academic staff perceptions of the Graduate Certificate in Higher Education: What do we know?

2:00-2:15 Emily Armstrong – CIFEA & NI

Räl-manapanmirr djämaw – Collaboration in action

2:00-2:15 Lillyana Toushek – CIFEA

Windscapes: Femina viatrix exploring mythology through abstraction in photography

2:15-2:20 Imroatul Hasanah – CIFEA

Developing Materials for Learning the Four Skills of English in the Form of an Android Application

2:15-2:30 Robert Kerr – APCBL

How can decisions by the Queensland Coordinator General be made democratic, fair and just?

2:15-2:30 Debbie Walter – CIFEA

Anthropocene: The memento mori to humankind

2:25-2:30 Edisson Garcia – CIFEA

From a controlled society to a self-control and self-realisation society: the role of Higher Education in Colombia and Australia

2:30-2:35 Khushi Chauhan – CIFEA & NI

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders Histories and Cultures: A Cross Curriculum Priority

2:30-2:45 Anne-Marie Cullinan – CIFEA

The magic of material handling

2:30-2:35 Fais Nurul Hadi – CIFEA

The advance of Indonesian Research Frameworks and Approaches on Mobile Assisted Language Learning

2:35-2:40 Zaki Faddad Syarif Zain – CIFEA

Buddhists in Indonesia

2:45- 3:00 Eva San – CIFEA & NI

Exploring the 3rd space borderland in creative therapies education and practice

2:35-2:40 Fharia Loba – CIFEA

Traditional Bullying, Cyberbullying and the Students with Autism Spectrum Disorder in Australia

2:45-2:50 Khaleda Yasmin – CIFEA

The Challenges and Obstacles for Conducting Credible National Elections: Bangladesh Perspective

3:00- 3: 30 Humanities and Arts supervisors and candidates as the panel
2:40-2:45 Luqman Baehaqi – CIFEA

Mandating teaching approaches stifles innovation: a case against

2:50-2:55 Angela Marianne Paredes Castro – Victoria University

Understanding the intersections of culturally diverse women in education and employment 

2:50-2:55 Naisan Yazdani

Individualised Remedial Tuition for Adolescents in Timor-Leste: Case Study of a Pilot Program 

2:55-3:00 Jodi Cowdery – Northern Institute

Indigenous women’s employment in and
experiences of large-scale mining in the
Northern Territory of Australia

Q&A – Wraps up at 3:30 PM