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Parvin Zarei, Biomedical Engineering PhD student at the University of Melbourne, is modelling how the visual cortex perceives motion transparency with Bionic Vision Australia. For her PhD, Parvin is creating a model to understand how the visual cortex, the part of the brain that enables us to see the world around us, interprets motion transparency.
Neuroengineering PhD student Evgeni Sergeev is playing an important role in bionic eye development.
The Age has compiled a feature article listing Melbourne’s leading science and technology innovations. At the top of the list is the Bionic Eye; in particular, the University of Melbourne materials researchers who are researching the use of diamonds to house the microchip inside the bionic eye.
Engineering PhD student Kerry Halupka has always been passionate about vision, ever since her mother was diagnosed with a very rare eye condition. She talks about her work on the Bionic Eye in a podcast interview from Bionic Vision Australia.