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  Pervasive Technology for Multimodal Human Memory Augmentation
  Dr S Clinch
Applications accepted all year round
This project aims to investigate the use of technology in supporting human multi-sensory memory augmentation. Technology has long had an important role in supporting human memory.
  Using optogenetics to understand memory retrieval in models relevant to Alzheimer’s disease
  Research Group: Centre for Clinical Brain Sciences
  Dr S Wang, Dr K Horsburgh
Application Deadline: 30 April 2019
Memory dysfunction is a hallmark in Alzheimer’s disease (AD) that significantly affects the daily life in people living with AD. It remains debated whether memory deficits reflect an inability to store the information or an inability to retrieve information that is previously stored.
  PhD Studentship in Nano-electronics: Resistive-switching memory devices (ReRAM/FeRAM/memristor) and its application in neuromorphic and in-memory computing systems
  Prof W Zhang
Applications accepted all year round
Applications are invited for a PhD position in the Department of Electronics and Electrical Engineering, Liverpool John Moores University (LJMU).
  Digital Multimedia and Human Memory - Preventing Technology-Driven Memory Degredation
  Dr S Clinch
Applications accepted all year round
Digital Multimedia and Memory. Technology has the potential to transform the way that we think and remember, with potential positive and negative impacts on every aspect of our lives.
  Increasing the Quality of Rape Survivor Memory Evidence
  Dr H Flowe, Dr M. Colloff
Applications accepted all year round
Recent research has found that witnesses and rape victims (Flowe et al., in press; Flowe et al., 2016) strive to volunteer their strongest memories and withhold weaker ones, which enables them to avoid providing erroneous information.
  Memory networks underlying consolidation
  Research Group: Behavioural Neuroscience
  Prof S Vann
Application Deadline: 1 May 2019
A number of brain regions have been implicated in memory, specifically the medial temporal lobe (e.g., hippocampus), medial diencephalon (e.g., anterior thalamic nuclei and mammillary bodies), cingulate cortex (e.g.
  Working memory and language comprehension - investigating the conditions under which memory interference effects emerge
  Dr I Cunnings
Applications accepted all year round
Successful language comprehension involves retrieving information from working memory. For example, correctly interpreting pronouns, words like ‘he’ and ‘she’, involves retrieving information about who the pronoun refers to from memory.
  Development of Smart Memory Alloy with Enhanced Structural Performance under fire (Advert Reference: SF18-2/MCE/GONZALEZ SANCHEZ)
  Dr S Gonzalez Sanchez, Dr K Poologanthan, Dr B Nagaratnam
Applications accepted all year round
Shape memory alloys (SMAs) are special materials with a substantial potential for various structural engineering applications. The novelty of such materials lies in their ability to undergo large deformations and return to their un-deformed shape through stress removal or heating (shape-memory effect).
  Assessing and improving the reliability of memory evidence from children
  Dr M. Colloff, Dr H Flowe
Applications accepted all year round
Last year, 1 in 10 children were victims of crime (ONS, 2018). The number of children contributing memory evidence by providing police statements and courtroom testimony has increased by 60% according to the most recently available data (2006-2009; Plotnikoff & Woolfson, 2011).
  Neural mechanisms of memory formation, consolidation and recall
  Prof R Quian Quiroga
Application Deadline: 5 May 2019
Understanding how the firing of neurons underlies memory functions is one of the most important and challenging goals in neuroscience.
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