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Quantum Enabled Sensing

Development of new quantum-enabled sensors providing unrivalled performance across a range of applications. more...

Supervisor(s): Biercuk, Michael J. (Professor)

Quantum Simulation and Large-Scale Entanglement

Developing techniques for the study of large-scale quantum simulators based on crystals of trapped atomic ions. more...

Supervisor(s): Biercuk, Michael J. (Professor)

Quantum Control with Trapped Ions

This project aims to develop novel techniques for the control of quantum systems using trapped atomic ions. more...

Supervisor(s): Biercuk, Michael J. (Professor)

Quantum Control Theory

We address the challenge of creating efficient, error-resilient quantum control approaches for use in future quantum technologies. more...

Supervisor(s): Biercuk, Michael J. (Professor)

Neural Field Theory and Brain Dynamics

This research area is concerned with developing better understanding of the structure and activity of the brain, especially through modeling the dynamics and interactions of its neu more...

Supervisor(s): Robinson, Peter (Professor)

Dynamic deformation of polycrystalline metals under impact

The project aims to develop a physics-based crystal plasticity model for predicting the dynamic deformation of polycrystalline metals under the high-strain-rate and shock loading co more...

Supervisor(s): Shen, Luming (Associate Professor)

Glass smithing on the micro and nano scales

Dating as far back as 3500 years when the ancient Egyptians and Mesopotamians began glazing pottery, glass processing and “smithing” has evolved into many forms culminat more...

Supervisor(s): Canning, John (Honorary 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)

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)