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Adaptation to tactile motion

Our senses convey information about the energy in the environment (such as light or pressure) but not with absolute accuracy. By studying ‘inaccuracies' in perception, such as more...

Supervisor(s): Seizova-Cajic, Tatjana (Dr)

Perception of motion in touch: Skin stretch and displacement across the skin as motion cues

When a hand moves over a surface, or an object slides across the skin, we feel not only what the surface is like, but the characteristics of the motion itself, such as its speed and more...

Supervisor(s): Seizova-Cajic, Tatjana (Dr)

Proprioceptive, vibration-induced illusions of visual motion

Human perception of the world is based on input from multiple senses. This project investigates how proprioception from neck muscles and vision combine to yield perception of object more...

Supervisor(s): Seizova-Cajic, Tatjana (Dr)

Visual influences on tactile motion aftereffect

Human perception of the world is based on input from multiple senses. This project investigates how touch and vision combine to yield perception of object motion. more...

Supervisor(s): Seizova-Cajic, Tatjana (Dr)

Factors affecting oral health in cerebral palsy patients: dental caries experience, microbiome and oral health related quality of life (OHRQoL)

Cerebral palsy (CP) is a set of nonprogressive neuromuscular disorders caused by defects in the developing fetal brain. Children with Cerebral Palsy are often have physical, coordin more...

Supervisor(s): Akhter, Rahena (Dr)

Pain in Parkinson’s disease- clinical assessment and development of exercise-based management programs

This research aims to develop a clinical tool for the assessment and classification of pain in people with Parkinson's disease as well as explore exercise based interventions to ass more...

Supervisor(s): Canning, Colleen (Professor), Allen, Natalie (Dr)

Low-power Intelligent Bio-Signal Processing

This project aims at developing a responsive implant that is making decisions based on smart bio-signal processing. more...

Supervisor(s): Kavehei, Omid (Dr)

Cyanobaterial photoregulatory mechanisms, pigmentation varieties and their evolutionary significance

The red-shifted chlorophylls contain an extra formyl group compared to chlorophyll a in cyanobacteria. The oxygen atom in the formyl group requires oxygen molecules as one important more...

Supervisor(s): Chen, Min (Professor)

Design of Rateless Network Coded Future Wireless Cellular Systems

Future wireless networks are expected to provide high speed internet access anywhere and anytime. Thepopularity of iPhone and other types of smart-phones undoubtedly accelerates thi more...

Supervisor(s): Lin, Zihuai (Dr)

Design of Non-coherent Network Coding for Dynamically Changing Wireless Networks

Network coding schemes are expected to become one of the key radio technologies that could have a far reaching impact on the Australian economy. Subspace network coding is a very ne more...

Supervisor(s): Lin, Zihuai (Dr)