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Associate Professor Mike Paulin


Phone 64-3-479-7985

Associate Professor Mike Paulin

Please visit my research site: Brains, Biomechanics and Movement


Research Interests

Potential Postgraduate Projects

Projects that I supervise will

  • involve computational models based on experimental data
  • use interactive 3D graphics and animations as tools for exploring and explaining complex systems
  • deal with fundamental issues concerning evolution, growth and/or motion of animals
  • be related to applications in information processing, robotics and/or biomedicine
  • involve collaborations locally (e.g. School of Dentistry) and internationally (e.g. NASA-JPL, California).

Current Postgraduate Students and Student Research

  • Rachel Berquist - Electrosensory prey detection in the dogfish
  • Rupert Farrow - Coding of head movements in bullfrog vestibular system
  • Richard Berry - Interactive 3D model of the mandible with clinical applications in dentistry

Desktop 3D model of Dogfish and Bullfrog coding of vestibular system


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