PhD student (Hobart)
Doctor of Philosophy (Pharmacy)
Monila is from India and has been studying with the University of Tasmania since 2013. Monila decided to make the move from Melbourne, Australia to the University of Tasmania to undertake the Master of Pharmaceutical Science, after her professors in India recommended UTAS for its academic excellence. Monila is now studying her PhD in the same field.
PhD student (Launceston)
Doctor of Philosophy (Life Science)
Masayuki is from Japan and has been studying with the University of Tasmania since commencing ELICOS classes in 2005. He has completed the Foundation Studies Program, a bachelor degree, followed by First Class Honours and is now in his final year of his PhD.
Dr. Winyu Chinthammit
Degree Coordinator, Master of Interactive Design and Technology (MIDT)
School of Engineering and ICT
Lecturer in the University’s School of Engineering and ICT and also works as a researcher in the Human Interface Technology Laboratory, Australia (HITLab AU), located at the Launceston University campus. He graduates from the HITLab US at the University of Washington in 2007 with his PhD focusing on a positioning tracking system for Augmented Reality (AR) applications, particularly in an extreme condition cockpit situation. Joining UTAS in 2009 his current research interests are in advanced interface technology including Augmented Reality (AR), Virtual Reality (VR) and Interactive Table Interface.
Senior Lecturer - School of Engineering and ICT
Dr Lavroff is a lecturer at the University of Tasmania’s School of Engineering and ICT pursuing his research interests with INCAT on structural loads and motions response.
He commenced teaching primary school children in the final year of his honours degree at Monash University. Following this he became involved with undergraduate teaching at the University of Tasmania during his PhD candidature that was then pursued during his appointment as lecturer in Mechanical Engineering. His main teaching interests in the areas of dynamics and mechanical design fit in closely with his research work with INCAT and his involvement with the UTAS FSAE Motorsport Engineering team in the development of a Formula SAE (Society of Automotive Engineers) racing car.
Bachelor of Health Course Coordinator
Ms Bauld has worked as a lecturer for the University of Tasmania since 2006. She has previously been employed in the field of nursing education for over 10 years working as a Clinical Facilitator (THON, ICU/CCU), Clinical Nurse Educator (THON, Department of Medicine) and more recently as a Lecturer for School Health Science.
She is currently the course coordinator for one of the undergraduate health courses.
Deputy Head, International Admissions (Acting)
Caitlin is a graduate of the University of Tasmania, having completed a combined Bachelor Arts and Bachelor of Laws in 2012. Since graduating, she has worked with the University’s International Admissions office in various roles and for the past six months as the Acting Deputy Head. In 2015 she was given the opportunity to travel to Malaysia to meet with agents and prospective students and is looking forward to the opportunity to meet and work more closely with our representatives again.
International Admissions Officer
Chaitanya graduated from University of Tasmania with a Master of Business Administration specialising in Professional Accounting. As a student at UTAS she was involved in student engagement and multicultural activities, volunteered and held various positions in many not for profit organisations in Tasmania. She is currently serving at the International Admissions team as an Admissions Officer.
Regional Development Manager – SE Asia and Australia
Tamara comes to the University of Tasmania with a broad career background having worked overseas and within Australia in not for profit organisations, education, banking and finance sectors. Tamara travels regularly within Australia and South East Asia providing guidance to international students in finding the right study options to suit their goals.