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Machine learning in cell identity, fate decision, and lineage prediction

Multi-omics and single-cell omics approaches are transforming our understanding of stem cell-based regeneration of tissues and organs on the individual cell level. By generating and more...

Supervisor(s): Yang, Pengyi (Dr)

Language dynamics on social media

Development of a language evolution model using social media data. more...

Supervisor(s): Alexander , Tristram (Dr), Altmann, Eduardo G (Associate Professor)

Whole-system robotic perception: From photons to actions

This work will build two-way information flows between the imaging, mapping, and control systems of a robot, allowing operation in previously inaccessible dynamic and interactive sp more...

Supervisor(s): Dansereau, Donald (Dr)

Data-driven modelling of social systems

The tools of physics will be applied to social dynamics data, to develop a predictive model, and ultimately inform policy decisions in the chosen area. more...

Supervisor(s): Alexander , Tristram (Dr)

Novel metrics to quantify patterns of medication use in asthma

This project explores patterns of medication usage and adherence and their relationship with clinical outcomes in asthma, using novel metrics to describe patterns over time. more...

Supervisor(s): Thamrin, Cindy (Dr), Reddel, Helen (Professor)

Reconstruct trans-regulatory networks using multi-omics profiling and data integration

A major initiative in our group is to integrate trans-omics datasets generated by a state‐of‐the‐art mass spectrometer (MS) and next-generation sequencer (NGS) from various ce more...

Supervisor(s): Yang, Pengyi (Dr)

Fighting the spread of misinformation

The development of a quantitative measure of the spread of misinformation, for the purposes of developing a strategy to counter science denial. more...

Supervisor(s): Alexander , Tristram (Dr), Fulcher, Ben (Dr), Sharma, Manjula (Professor)

Solitons in the presence of higher order dispersion

Uncovering new classes of solitary wave supported by engineered dispersion properties. more...

Supervisor(s): Alexander , Tristram (Dr)

Atmospheric water capture through passive cooling

The development of a theoretical model of atmospheric water capture, opening up the possibility of a new reliable source of water. more...

Supervisor(s): Alexander , Tristram (Dr), Neto, Chiara (Professor)

Ground-state cooling and high-fidelity detection of large ion crystals in a Penning trap for quantum simulations

The understanding of the dynamics of many-body quantum systems is one of the most challenging problems in physics today. Advancing our knowledge of these systems can lead to signifi more...

Supervisor(s): Wolf, Robert (Dr), Biercuk, Michael J. (Professor)