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A purpose-built brain imaging scanner for awake, freely moving animals

We recently developed a technology that enables the brain of a small animal to be imaged while the animal is free to move. This opens up a new class of experiments aimed at relating more...

Supervisor(s): Meikle, Steven (Professor), Kyme, Andre (Dr)

Characterising and compensating for partial volume effects in motion-compensated brain imaging of small animals

Partial volume effects resulting from the limited spatial resolution of positron emission tomography (PET) remain a key limitation to accurate quantification of PET image data. This more...

Supervisor(s): Meikle, Steven (Professor), Kyme, Andre (Dr)

Surface estimation of freely moving animals to enable quantitative neuroimaging

Accurate estimation of the highly non-rigid surface of freely moving animals is necessary to properly quantify data from brain imaging studies in which the animals are allowed to mo more...

Supervisor(s): Meikle, Steven (Professor), Kyme, Andre (Dr)

Marker-free motion tracking for motion-compensated clinical brain imaging

Even small movements of the human head during positron emission tomography (PET) imaging can dramatically degrade the usability of brain images. In this project you will develop and more...

Supervisor(s): Fulton, Roger (Associate Professor), Kyme, Andre (Dr)

Chiroptical phenomena of pi-conjugated materials

pi-conjugated materials are organic molecules with alternate single and double bond character that provide for their semiconducting properties. For example, pi-conjugated polymers ( more...

Supervisor(s): Lakhwani, Girish (Dr)

FPGA control of photonic systems

This project involves the design of novel control systems to improve the efficiency of photonic systems. more...

Supervisor(s): Leong, Philip (Professor)

Designing new nano-structured materials for solar energy and health

While methods for making nanostructured materials are often slow or energy intensive, self-assembly of nanoscale objects promises to be scalable and low-energy and could thus propel more...

Supervisor(s): Widmer-Cooper, Asaph (Dr)

Modelling cascades of failures in interdependent networks

The research will involve theoretical work in information theory and network science, as well as computer agent-based simulations. It will study fragility of modern civil infrastruc more...

Supervisor(s): Prokopenko , Mikhail (Professor)

Emergence of universal coding in evolutionary dynamics

The research will involve theoretical work in information theory as well as computer simulations. It will investigate complex systems approaches to one of the most fundamental probl more...

Supervisor(s): Prokopenko , Mikhail (Professor)

Computational intelligence, novelty generation and undecidability

The research will involve theoretical work in computational intelligence as well as computer simulations with cellular automata and other dynamical systems. It will aim to answer fu more...

Supervisor(s): Prokopenko , Mikhail (Professor)