Applications of Geographic Information Systems and Spatial Analysis in Archaeology
Applications of Microwave Technologies in Agriculture and Forestry (Weeds, Termites, Pests, Wood, Wood Drying)
Mathematical Modeling of Electromagnetic Heating (Heat transfer, Mathematics)
Graham Brodie is a senior lecturer in the Faculty of Veterinary and Agricultural Sciences. He earned his electrical engineering degree from James Cook University and worked in the electrical industry for some time before turning his hand to academia. Dr Brodie's research interests include: microwave heating of bio-materials; using microwaves for sensing and communication in agriculture and forestry; improving water use efficiency in agriculture; producing renewable energy on farms; on-farm animal waste management; and applications of Geographic Information System (GIS) and Remote Sensing technologies in agriculture and archaeology.
My research focuses on: high powered microwave engineering applications in agriculture and forestry, improving water use efficiency in agriculture; and applications of GIS and remote sensing technologies in agriculture and archeology.