I am a Lecturer in Computational Neuroscience and Artificial Intelligence at the Institute for Adaptive and Neural Computation, School of Informatics, University of Edinburgh.
In my group we combine mathematical modelling, machine learning, and data analysis to try to understand how the brain works. The overarching goal is to uncover general principles by which the brain is able to flexibly and adaptively process sensory information in order to carry out perceptual and cognitive behaviours. Find out more about our research here
If you would like to join our group, please get in touch with a description of your research interests and academic background. I am willing to supervise Undergraduate, Masters, and PhD students and support grant applications for Postdocs. The main requirements are an enthusiasm for understanding the brain and a background in a quantitative discipline. We are committed to fostering a diverse, inclusive, collaborative and supportive research group.
Postdoc Position Available
We are recruiting a postdoc to work on neural data analysis as part of collaboration with Alex Cayco-Gajic (ENS) and Matthew Perich (Montreal). The project involves development of novel methodologies to characterise learning-driven changes in neural dynamics in large-scale recordings. Please get in touch if you are interested in applying. You can find the full job advert here