Researcher

Dr Murat Tahtali

My Expertise

Adaptive optics, computer aided design, finite elements, vibration analysis, software development

Biography

Research Experience

  • Adaptive optics, computer aided design, finite elements, vibration analysis, software development.
  • Medical Imaging, Light Field CT and Light Field SPECT (L-SPECT)

Consulting Interests

  • Finite elements, Image processing, medical imaging, adaptive optics, computer aided design, software development and vibration analysis.

​​​​​​For Future Research Students: Ph.D. scholarships ($35,000 per year) are available...view more

Research Experience

  • Adaptive optics, computer aided design, finite elements, vibration analysis, software development.
  • Medical Imaging, Light Field CT and Light Field SPECT (L-SPECT)

Consulting Interests

  • Finite elements, Image processing, medical imaging, adaptive optics, computer aided design, software development and vibration analysis.

​​​​​​For Future Research Students: Ph.D. scholarships ($35,000 per year) are available for high achieving students (with H1 /High Distinction in UG and Masters by Research) in Computer Science, Electrical Engineering, or Mechanical Engineering under my supervision. If you are interested contact me at m.tahtali@adfa.edu.au.

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Location

Building 17 Room 204
School of Engineering and Information Technology, The University of New South Wales, Australian Defence Force Academy, PO Box 7916, Canberra BC ACT 2610, AUSTRALIA

Contact

+61 2 6268 8278
+61 2 6268 8581

Research Activities

UNSW Canberra is investigating the role mechanical compression of the optic chiasm plays in visual afflictions (Wang et al. 2014a). The nerves carrying optical information from both eyes all pass through this small soft-tissue structure inside the skull. This research is being performed in collaboration with Canberra Hospital, the ANU Medical School and Queens University, Belfast. The work uses high-resolution histology of chiasm anatomy to inform multi-scale numerical models of the biomechanics of chiasmal compression (Wang et al. 2014b). These numerical models are being…