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The Physics of Circadian Desynchrony

This project will investigate brain mechanisms and health consequences of circadian misalignment. more...

Supervisor(s): Postnova, Svetlana (Dr)

Modeling brain dynamics with spatial gradients

A core aim of neuroscience is to understand how the brain, with its staggering complexity of 100 billion neurons, makes sense of the world around it. Large-scale global initiatives more...

Supervisor(s): Fulcher, Ben (Dr)

Unlocking the neural interface with synthetic synapses

Neuromorphic nanowire synthetic synapses will be integrated into a microelectrode array device to interface with retinal neuronal tissue to demonstrate proof-of-concept of vision re more...

Supervisor(s): Kuncic, Zdenka (Professor)

Modelling the mechanisms of brain stimulation

Brain-stimulation techniques that modulate brain activity in a targeted way are growing in their clinical relevance, for example, with transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) being more...

Supervisor(s): Fulcher, Ben (Dr)

Multivariate brain activity patterns underlying consciousness

Clinical assessment of consciousness is one of the most significant issues in brain injury and general anaesthesia, yet it remains challenging for medical practitioners. Terrifyingl more...

Supervisor(s): Fulcher, Ben (Dr)

Using metabolomics and other omics to guide new cancer therapies

This project will investigate cellular status and signaling in novel cancer therapies, especially new irradiation schemes in radiotherapy using metabolomics, transcriptomics and pro more...

Supervisor(s): Kwan, Ann (Dr), McKenzie, David (Professor)

Direct Epitaxy of All Inorganic Halide Perovskites for X-ray Detectors

This project aims to develop high-performance x-ray detectors based epitaxially grown halide perovskite single crystal fims. more...

Supervisor(s): Zheng, Rongkun (Associate Professor), Li, Feng (Dr)

Atomic-scale understanding of the degradation of halide perovskites

This project aims to understand the atomic scale origin and mechanism of halide perovskite degradation. more...

Supervisor(s): Zheng, Rongkun (Associate Professor), Li, Feng (Dr)

In-situ STEM investigation of the photocatalysis for water splitting

This project aims to provide the breakthrough information that is required to improve the efficiency of water splitting, by directly real-time observing, for the first time, photoca more...

Supervisor(s): Zheng, Rongkun (Associate Professor)

QUANTIFYING INTER-INDIVIDUAL VARIABILITY IN CIRCADIAN RHYTHMS

The overarching goal of this set of projects is to understand the brain mechanisms of inter-individual variability in circadian rhythms and develop tools for personalized prediction more...

Supervisor(s): Postnova, Svetlana (Dr)