From Filipe Cristino
50 PhD studentships available at NTU
Nottingham Trent University is offering over 50 fully-funded PhD studentships for UK, EU or international students in our core subject areas or key research themes. More details can be found here: https://www.ntu.ac.uk/c/phd-studentships. Research at NTU was awarded the 2015 Queens Anniversary Prize – the highest honour for a UK university – and 90% of our research was classed as world-leading, internationally excellent or internationally recognised in the 2014 Research Excellence Framework.
We would like to encourage applications to complete a PhD within the Perception, Attention and Memory Group. We are a vibrant research group investigating auditory, visual and temporal perception and attention, as well as conducting both theoretical and applied memory research. We have excellent facilities, including EEG, eye and motor tracking, TMS, driving simulators, sound booths and VR. Please visit our webpage for more information about our research and facilities. https://www.ntu.ac.uk/research/groups-and-centres/groups/perception-and-attention
We would like to encourage applications on any topic that aligns with our research interests, including the specific projects listed below. Please contact the researcher directly if you’re interested in the topic and have a strong academic record.
Dr Filipe Cristino (firstname.lastname@example.org): Understanding human gaze behaviour; pupillometry; eye tracking in VR environment
Dr Duncan Guest (email@example.com): Visual search, memory and eye tracking within VR.
Dr Christina Howard (firstname.lastname@example.org): Neural basis of attention, distraction and mind wandering.
Dr Lucy Justice (email@example.com): How do jurors and legal professionals make judgements of memory-based evidence?
Dr Andrew Mackenzie (firstname.lastname@example.org): Visual Cognition and Neuroscience within everyday tasks: Understanding eye movement behaviour and cognitive ability in the real world
Dr Darren Rhodes (email@example.com): The perception of time inside and out: exteroceptive and interoceptive modelling of temporal processes
Dr Kate Roberts (firstname.lastname@example.org): How does age-related hearing loss affect cognitive ability? (https://www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/fnagi.2016.00039/full).
Dr Paula Stacey (email@example.com) & Dr Chris Sumner (firstname.lastname@example.org): Audiovisual integration in users of cochlear implants.
Filipe Cristino, PhD
Department of Psychology
Nottingham Trent University