The University of Queensland
About The University of Queensland
The University of Queensland (commonly referred to as UQ) is an Australian public research university primarily located in Brisbane, Queensland. Founded in 1909, UQ is the oldest, most selective and largest university in the Australian state of Queensland.
UQ is colloquially known as a "sandstone university" which is well regarded and is consistently ranked within the top 1 percent worldwide along with leading research universities across all international universities rankings — the QS World University Rankings, the Academic Ranking of World Universities, the Performance Ranking of Scientific Papers for World Universities, Times Higher Education World University Rankings, University Ranking by Academic Performance, The Economist and the U.S. News & World Report.
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Neal M. Ashkanasy OAM, PhD is a Professor of Management at the UQ Business School at the University of Queensland. He came to academe in after an 18-year career in water resources engineering. He received his PhD in social/organizational psychology from the University of Queensland. His current research is in leadership, organizational culture, ethics, and emotions in organizations, and his work has been published in leading journals including the Academy of Management Journal and Review, the Journal of Organizational Behavior, and the Journal of Applied Psychology. He is Associate Editor for Emotion Review and Series Co-Editor of Research on Emotion in Organizations. He has served as Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Organizational Behavior and Associate Editor for the Academy of Management Review and Academy of Management Learning and Education. Prof. Ashkanasy is a Fellow of the Academy for the Social Sciences in the UK (AcSS) and Australia (ASSA); the Association for Psychological Science (APS); the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology (SIOP); and the Queensland Academy of Arts and Sciences (QAAS). In 2017, he was awarded a Medal of the Order of Australia (OAM)
Clive is a Chartered Valuation Surveyor, a Fellow of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors and Associate of the Australian Property Institute with over 25 years experience in the property industry both in England and Australia. He has worked as a valuer in London and the West of England before specialising in asset management and migrating to Australia. He has extensive experience in managing large property portfolios and in negotiating lease and management agreements in commercial premises. Clive moved into academic research in 2002 and has been actively involved in aspects of property asset management with a particular focus on public sector assets, he completed his PhD in 2006 in the field of property procurement and continues to research in this area. He is an active industry participant having represented the region on a number of international property profession panels and given key note presentations at international conferences. He continues to provide consultancy services to industry and has advised leading financial institutions and the Australian Government. The development of sustainable safe and healthy workplaces has been a feature of Clive’s current research agenda, he served as an independent chair for the Green Building Council of Australia undertaking building assessments for many years and is a Green Star Accredited Professional. He is a past president of the Asian Real Estate Society and Executive Director of the Pacific Rim Real Estate Society. Clive as been Editor in Chief of the Emerald Group journal Property Management for the past seven years and is also a member of the editorial advisory board of a number of other international property journals. He has researched and taught extensively on aspects of academic integrity in academic writing and research.
Robert Faff is currently Professor of Finance and Director of Research at the UQ Business School and a Visiting Professor at the University of Strathclyde, Glasgow and the Bucharest University of Economic Studies. Professor Faff has a distinguished track record and international reputation in empirical finance research including: securing 13 prestigious Australian Research Council grants, with total funding exceeding $4 million; more than 280 refereed journal publications across 75 different titles; career citations exceeding 7,000; and a h-index of 45 (Google Scholar). He has held Research Director positions spanning two decades: RMIT (1996-2002); Monash (2002-2010); UQ Business School (since 2011). His particular passion is nurturing and developing the career trajectories of early career researchers; research training of PhD students and engagement in Eastern Europe. Robert is a past Editor of Accounting and Finance (2002-2011); has presented in excess of 200 research workshops at domestic/international universities; and has supervised more than 30 PhD students to successful completion. Over his career he has been granted several awards including: Monash Postgraduate Association Supervisor of the Year, 2006; AFAANZ “Outstanding Contribution to Accounting and Finance Research Literature”, 2012; AFAANZ Visiting Research Professor, 2015; Doctor Honoris Causa from the Bucharest University of Economic Studies.
Ahmed Toaha Mobashsher was born in Chittagong, Bangladesh. He received his B.Sc. degree in Electrical and Electronic Engineering from Chittagong University of Engineering and Technology, Chittagong, Bangladesh, in 2008. He completed Master of Science (By Research) in 2011 from the Department of Electrical, Electronic & Systems Engineering of Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia (UKM). In 2016, he completed Ph.D. degree from the school of ITEE of the University of Queensland (UQ), Australia. Currently, Ahmed is working as postdoctoral research fellow in the same school of UQ.
Ahmed worked as a research assistant and then as a researcher in the Institute of Space Science (ANGKASA) of UKM and as a Lecturer in the Department of Electrical & Electronic Engineering of Southern University Bangladesh. Before joining the UQ, he was working as a Lecturer of Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at King Abdualaziz University, Saudi Arabia.
His research interests include antenna development for microwave imaging, head imaging, ultrawideband (UWB) imaging, human tissue equivalent phantoms, 3D phantoms, RFID reader, design of compact, multi-band and wideband antennas, notched ultra-wide band antennas, metamaterial antennas and antenna miniaturization.
Prof Tapan Saha was born in Bangladesh and emigrated to Australia in 1989. Tapan has been with the University of Queensland since 1996, where he has been a Professor of Electrical Engineering since 2005. Additionally, he is an Adjunct Professor of Xi'an Jiaotong University and Hunan University in China. He is a CPEng and Fellow of Institution of Engineers Australia and Senior Member of IEEE.
Ravi Pappu has received a PhD in marketing from University of New England. His research focuses on modelling consumer decision making - to understand how consumers relate to brands and how marketing communications (e.g. celebrity endorsement, sponsorship) influence their attitudes and brand perceptions.
I am an Assistant Professor of Environmental Management at Independent University, Bangladesh. I am also affiliated as a senior research fellow at the University of the Sunshine Coast (Australia) and founding director of the Centre for Research on Land-use Sustainability, an online global platform aiming at research, consultancy, and decision-making on land-use related issues in the tropics. My previous study and research background include coupled human and natural system dynamics with particular emphasis on sustainable use, management, and conservation of biodiversity and forests. Currently, my concentration is more on pure and applied research connected to forestry and/or other human land-use practices. In particular, I am enthusiastic to know the potential role of forests and/or other less modified natural landscapes as an ecological niche, their contribution to ecosystem functioning, and the influence of various human activities on their structure and performance.