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Prof Brett Nener

The Academic Details listed below present information collected by the University up to the end of 2013 and thus may not represent the full academic record.

Email: brett.nener@uwa.edu.au  


Myers, M., Khir, F., Home, M., Mennell, C., Gillbanks, J., Tadich, A., Baker, M., Nener, B., Parish, G. 2018, 'XPS/NEXAFS spectroscopic and conductance studies of glycine on AlGaN/GaN transistor devices', APPLIED SURFACE SCIENCE, 435, pp. 23-30. Detail

Lu, M., Xu, B., Nener, B. 2018, 'Tracking of multiple cells with ant pheromone field evolution', ENGINEERING APPLICATIONS OF ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE, 72, pp. 150-161. Detail

Anvari, R., Spagnoli, D., Parish, G., Nener, B. 2018, 'Density Functional Theory simulations of water adsorption and activation on the (-201) ß-Ga<sub>2</sub>O<sub>3</sub> surface', CHEMISTRY-A EUROPEAN JOURNAL, 24, 29, pp. 7445-7455. Detail

Anvari, R., Spagnoli, D., Umana-Membreno, G., Parish, G., Nener, B. 2018, 'Effect of pH and structure on the channel conductivity of AlGaN/GaN heterostructure based sensors', SENSORS AND ACTUATORS B-CHEMICAL, 269, pp. 54-61. Detail

Bian, Q., Nener, B., Wang, X. 2018, 'Control parameter tuning for aircraft crosswind landing via multi-solution particle swarm optimization', ENGINEERING OPTIMIZATION, pp. 1-12. Detail

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Professor Lorenzo Faraone, Dr Buddhika Silva, Mr Gino Putrino, Associate Professor Jaroslaw Antoszewski, Dr Mariusz Martyniuk, Professor Brett Nener, Mr Dhirendra Tripathi, Mr Hemendra Kala 2017, 'Counter Improvised Threats Grand Challenge - Unmanned airborne imaging and infrared spectroscopy for detection and identification of improvised threats', Department of Defence.

Professor Brett Nener 2014, 'New Magneto-Hydrodynamic (MHD) Seismic Source', Western Australian Energy Research Alliance WAERA ex Woodside R2D3.

Dr Matthew Myers, Professor Giacinta Parish, Professor Brett Nener, Professor Murray Baker 2014, 'Fundamental investigations of dipolar molecule interactions with AlGaN/GaN HEMT devices using NEXAFS and in situ conductivity measurements', Australian Synchrotron Company Limited.

Professor Giacinta Parish, Professor Brett Nener, Professor Murray Baker, Dr Matthew Myers, Professor Umesh Mishra 2013, 'Transistor-based sensor technology for fast, reliable and accurate in situ monitoring of recycled wastewater.', ARC Discovery Projects.

Associate Professor Jaroslaw Antoszewski, Professor Giacinta Parish, Professor John Dell, Professor Lorenzo Faraone, Professor Brett Nener 2010, 'Advanced Facility for MagnetoTransport Characterisation of Semiconductor Nanostructures', ARC Linkage Infrastructure Equipment Facilities.

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2017 PhD. Dr Wei. Supervised by: Prof Nener, Prof Vo

2015 PhD. Dr Emami. Supervised by: Prof Nener, Prof Fernando

2015 PhD. Dr Wee. Supervised by: Prof Nener, Prof Parish

2014 PhD. Dr Podolska. Supervised by: Prof Nener, Prof Parish

2013 Masters. Mr Zegarac. Supervised by: Prof Fynn, Schlagenhaufer, Prof Nener

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