The life we see around us is a result of millions of years of evolution. Biological sensory systems such as olfaction and vision are at the very heart of this evolution. They have evolved to interpret the environment in a manner that maximises survival. I am interested in the structural and functional properties of biological sensory systems which make this possible.
My work combines psychophysics and imaging with computational approaches such as machine learning, deep and spiking neural networks, and the use of novel, event-based hardware. Currently, I am investigating: