Graduate researchers and supervisors at the Jerusalem - Melbourne Joint PhD (JM - JPhD) are able to work on exciting projects from a vast range of disciplines. Below are the research projects that are currently being undertaken by JM - JPhD candidates.
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Cross-linguistic Semantic and Syntactic Representation
A research project furthering the research in cross-linguistic applicability in semantic and syntactic representation.
Scalable Computational Cognitive Models of the Bilingual Lexicon
A research project exploring the cognitive science behind how people acquire additional languages.
Diamond sensor for Reactive Oxygen Species (ROS)
A research project seeking to realize a biologically compatible noise spectroscopy system for studying ROS dynamics.
The rhythm of predictive coding
A research project investigating the role of brain oscillations in the mechanisms involved in predictive coding.
First published on 31 August 2022.
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