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Dr Tatiana Kameneva

Senior Lecturer and Vice-Chancellor’s Women in STEM Fellow

‌Dr Tatiana Kameneva has expertise in control theory tools and in computational neuroscience. She studies how electrical stimuli affect neural responses and develops new stimulation strategies that could be used across a broad range of medical bionics applications.

Tatiana joins Swinburne from the University of Melbourne where she was awarded the ARC DECRA fellowship to investigate robustness of control systems with quantized feedback. She also received one of Swinburne’s coveted Vice-Chancellor Women in STEM Fellowships.

Tatiana held a research position at National ICT Australia and a postdoctoral position at the University of Melbourne.

You can contact Tatiana on tkameneva@swinburne.edu.au.