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Jane Hunter

Professorial Research Fellow & Leader of the eResearch Lab

School of ITEE Level 7, GP South, Staff House Rd, The University of Queensland QLD, 4072, AUSTRALIA

+61 7 3365 1092
+61 7 3365 4999

j.hunter@uq.edu.au

Projects

Current Projects
Past Projects
  • MatOnto

    US Office of Secretary of Defence SBIR- Grant with Inovex - to develop a materials informatics platform for the discovery of new materials for extreme environments

  • HuNI - Humanities Networked Infrastructure

    Applying Linked Open Data and the LORE tool to integrate Australia's most significant cultural datasets for humanities researchers

  • Post-war Queensland Architecture: Building an Online Oral History Archive

    An ARC Linkage project with the UQ School of Architecture, State Library of Queensland, BVN, Conrad Gargett, Riddel Architecture and Wilson Architects.

  • The OzTrack Project

    eResearch Tools for the storage, analysis and visualization of animal tracking data.

    • NeCTAR-funded Collaboration with the University of Qld ECO-Lab
  • The AUST-ESE Project

    eResearch Tools to support the collaborative authoring and management of electronic scholarly editions.

    • NeCTAR-funded Collaboration between The University of Queensland, University of NSW, Curtin University, University of Sydney, Queensland University of Technology, Loyola University, Chicago and the University of Saskatchewan.
  • The Health-e-Waterways Project

    Data integration for smarter, collaborative water resource management.

    • Smart State NIRAP-funded Collaboration with South East Qld Healthy Waterways Partnership (SEQ-HWP) and Microsoft-Research, Redmond, US
    • ARC Linkage LP0882957
  • The Open Annotation Collaboration

    An international collaboration between the US and Australia that funded by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. The aim is to facilitate the emergence of a Web and Resource-centric interoperable annotation environment that allows leveraging annotations across the boundaries of annotation clients, annotation servers, and content collections.

  • The Skeletome Project

    An ARC Linkage Project between UQ and the Royal Brisbane and Women's Hospital that is developing A Curated Online Knowledge Base Integrating Clinical and Biological Information on Skeletal Dysplasias and Related Conditions.

  • The Twentieth Century in Paint

    An ARC Linkage Project with the University of Melbourne's Centre for Cutural Materials Conservation. Collaborating partners include the National Gallery of Australia, ArtLab Australia, the Queensland Art Gallery, the Tate Gallery and the Getty Conservation Institute. This multidisciplinary project aims to generate an enduring knowledgebase that will inform the preservation of modern art in Australia and throughout the region.

  • The PODD Project

    The Phenomics Ontology Driven Data Management Project (PODD) is a NeAT project that is developing data management solutions to meet the needs of researchers working at the Australian Plant Phenomics Facility (APPF) and the Australian Phenomics Network (APN).

  • eScience Tools for Protein Crystallography - ARC Discovery Project DP0770465

    This project is a collaboration between the Structural Genomics group and the eResearch Lab at UQ. Our role is to develop a secure "knowledgebase" and sevices for managing, tracking, validating, analysing, assimilating and interpreting the results of protein crystallography experiments and x-ray diffractometry images.

  • The Aus-e-Lit project

    A NEAT-funded project funded, that is a collaboration between the AustLit team and the eResearch group at the University of Queensland. This project will develop collaborative database integration and annotation services for scholars of Australian Literature.

  • The Atlas of Living Australia

    Data Integration and Annotation Services for Biodiversity (DIAS-B) project - A NEAT-funded project funded, that is a collaboration between CSIRO and the eResearch group at the University of Queensland. This project is developing collaborative database integration and annotation services for the biodiversity community.

  • ARCHER Project

    The Australian Research Enabling Environment project is developing software tools to enable research communities to collaboratively capture, share, analyse and publish their research data.

  • BioMANTA

    The Modelling and Analysis of Biological Network Activity (BioMANTA) project is applying Semantic Web technologies to the discovery and modelling of complex protein interactions. The project links researchers at Pfizer Research Technology Centre, the eResearch Lab at the School of ITEE and the IMB.

  • The DART Project

    Dataset Acquisition, Accessibility & Annotation eResearch Technologies - funded by DEST

  • ARC Special Research Initiative Projects

    • GRANI - Grid-enabled Archive of Nanostructural Imagery
    • EcoPortal Qld - an eResearch Environmental Case Study
    • EthnoER - eResearch Services for Ethnographic Analysis
  • Vannotea Project

    Collaborative Video Analysis and Annotation Services

  • Sunago

    Multimedia and the Semantic Web

  • FUSION

    Knowledge Management System for Fuel Cell Optimization

  • PANIC

    Preservation Services for Digital Collections

  • Indigenous Knowledge Management

    Qld Smithsonian Fellowship with the National Museum of the American Indian

  • HARMONY

    NSF-funded International Digital Library Project