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Dr Deepika Mathur is a Senior Research Fellow at the Northern Institute, Charles Darwin University and is based at the Alice Springs campus. The focus of her research is examining ways regional, remote and very remote areas can be made more sustainable through better waste management. In particular she has been conducting research on minimising construction waste generation and waste from solar energy systems. 

She has conducted multi-stakeholder research projects funded by the Commonwealth government as well as by the Northern Territory Government. Dr. Mathur has published her research in peer reviewed journals, the Conversation and industry journals. She has presented her research in both academic and industry conferences within Australia and internationally.

Education/Academic qualification

PhD, ‘Interpreting sustainability: examining the social approach to environmentally sustainable architecture in India’, University of Melbourne

Award Date: 27 Sept 2008


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