The academic staff of The Centre for Cultural Materials Conservation program of The School of Historical and Philosophical Studies undertake many research projects and have been awarded many research grants. Details of current and past funded research can be found from the links below.
- Robyn Sloggett, 'Laugh out loud: preserving the memory of women in comedy in Melbourne from the late 1960s to the mid 1980s', Victorian Womens Trust ($9,897)
- Robyn Sloggett, MacGeorge Fellowship, Paul Jett and Jane Norman ($9504)
- Robyn Sloggett 'Indigenous knowledge and pedagogies: integrating Indigenous perspectives and expertise in classroom learning,' 2010 Learning and Teaching Initiative application, UoM, ($39 990)
- Robyn Sloggett 'Development grant for Preparation of the CRC for Cultural Materials Conservation , Victorian CRC Bid Support Program, Department of Innovation Industry and Regional Development ($23,065)
- Robyn Sloggett & Nicole Tse 'Visiting Fellowship for Associate Professor Supanee Chayabutra, Silpakorn University, Thailand through the Australian Academy of the Humanities International Science Linkages – Humanities and Creative Arts Programme (ISL-HCA) ($9200).
- Ormond-Parker, Lyndon; M Langton & R Sloggett 'Digitisation and Indigenous Communities: A Study of the development of Online Collections. The interface between International institutions and Australian indigenous communities', ARC Discovery Indigenous Researchers Development Scheme communities ($48,000 over two years)
- Robyn Sloggett 'Vindicating Rover Thomas', AIATSIS Research Grants Program
- Robyn Sloggett 'Digital photography and reproduction/permission costs for publication', Gordon Darling Foundation ($15000)
- LP0883309. The twentieth century in paint Investigators: A/Prof Robyn Joyce Sloggett, Dr Nicole Andrea Tse, Prof Carl Herbert Schiesser, Dr Stephen Peter Best, Prof John Drennan, Prof Jane Louise Hunter, Dr Thomas John Learner, Mr Andrew Durham, Ms Zanita Anuar. Collaborating Organisations are the National Art Gallery Malaysia (Balai Seni Lukis Negara), the J. B. Vargas Museum at the University of the Philippines, Silpakorn University (Thailand) and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organization Regional Centre for Archaeology and Fine Arts (SEAMEO-SPAFA), University of Melbourne School of Chemistry and the ARC Centre of Excellence for Free Radical Chemistry and Biotechnology, the Centre for Microscopy and Microanalysis at the University of Queensland, School of Information Technology and Electrical Engineering, also at UQ, the National Gallery of Australia, the Art Gallery of New South Wales, ArtLab Australia, the Queensland Art Gallery and the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery, The Tate (U.K.) and the Getty Conservation Institute (U.S.A.). ($1,998,002 over three years)
- DI0989457. Digitisation and Indigenous Communities: A study of the development of online collections. The interface between international institutions and Australian Indigenous communities. Investigators: Mr Lyndon Charles Ormond-Parker, Prof Marcia Lynne Langton, A/Prof Robyn Joyce Sloggett ($106,684 over 2 years)
- DP0879758. Archaeological conservation: the development of analysis and assessment protocols for adhesives used on archaeological pottery. Investigators: A/Prof Robyn Sloggett (CCMC), Prof Antonio Sagona (Classics & Archaeology) and Deborah Lau (CSIRO). Research Associate: Dr Petronella Nel (CCMC) ($513,011 over three years)
- LE0882919. Archaeological conservation: the development of analysis and assessment protocols for adhesives used on archaeological pottery Investigators: A/Prof Robyn Sloggett, A/Prof Antonio Sagona, Ms Deborah Lau ($117,533)
- Petronella Nel & P. Lynch, University of Melbourne – CSIRO Collaborative Research Support Scheme: Compositional study of ochre-earth pigments based on microPIXE and microXRF-microXRD techniques by application of multi-pixel array detector technology: ($36,900 over 2 years).