Mr Geoff Cottrell
Geoff Cottrell has more than twenty years practical experience in the design and development of electronic systems for use in university teaching and research. In recent years he has developed proof-of-concept equipment for innovative biomedical products, managed technical projects, and works at the interface between academic, technical and commercial worlds.
Research and supervision
Refereed journal articles
Kerr, G.D., Bull, C.M. and Cottrell, G.R. (2004). Use of an 'on board' datalogger to determine lizard activity patterns, body temperature and microhabitat use for extended periods in the field. Wildlife Research,
31(2) pp. 171-176. [doi:10.1071/WR03048
Hearn, T.C., Cottrell, G.R. and Reynolds, K.J. (2004). Hardware, plates and screws: Can surgical instruments adapt to bone quality? In International Society for Fracture Repair, 3rd Clare Valley Meeting. International Society for Fracture Repair, 3rd Clare Valley Meeting.
Hearn, T.C., Cottrell, G.R. and Reynolds, K.J. (2004). Automated surgical assessment of material density as a basis for the adaptive tightening of bone screws in the internal fixation of osteoporotic fractures. In 5th Combined Meeting of the Orthopaedic Research Societies of the USA, Canada, Japan and Europe. 5th combined meeting of the Orthopaedic Research Societies of Canada, USA, Japan and Europe. Alberta, Canada.