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Rapid human visual perception: Lags and costs in processing features of multiple objects

With a view toward understanding how the brain manages incoming visual information through coordination of perception, attention, and cognition, you will use behavioral psychophysic more...

Supervisor(s): Holcombe, Alex (Professor)

Understanding visual experience: The visual perception of 3D shape, material, and colour

My lab is dedicated to understanding what shapes our visual experience of the world. Our goal is to discover the information that the brain uses to extract meaningful properties more...

Supervisor(s): Anderson, Barton (Professor)

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)

Signal processing in the visual system

Research in my laboratory focuses on signal processing in the visual system. I use three methodologies - computational modelling, the analysis of existing neuronal data, and human p more...

Supervisor(s): Freeman, Alan (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 Communication in Space and Time

Colour in nature is a central channel of communication, though its study has progressed without consideration of the inherent fluidity of information exchange.  This project se more...

Supervisor(s): White, Thomas (Dr)

Brain reading

This project seeks to elucidate the connection between brain and behaviour. To this end, students will use human neuroimaging experiments (fMRI, MEG, EEG) to measure how the brain r more...

Supervisor(s): Carlson, Thomas (Associate Professor)

Recalibration mechanisms in vision: Adapting to a changing environment

To survive successfully humans must accurately with the environment. However, the environmental conditions can change, sometimes drastically in a very short time. An organism is ver more...

Supervisor(s): Verstraten, Frans (Professor)

Low-latency robotic imaging for fast driving, flight and manipulation

This work will develop new low-latency visual perception systems, enabling unprecedented levels of robotic autonomy where response time is critical. more...

Supervisor(s): Dansereau, Donald (Dr)