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01About me

Biao Han, Ph.D.

I am a passionate researcher specializing in fundamental psychology and neuroscience, committed to unraveling the mysteries of the brain. My research focuses on exploring various aspects of perception, including visual, auditory, bistable, and time perception, as well as top-down processes such as expectation and attention. To achieve this, I employ a range of cutting-edge techniques, including psychophysics, electrophysiology (EEG/MEG/SEEG), neuroimaging (fMRI), and computational modeling.

The progress of
our quest in how the brain works10%

02Education and Appointment

South China Normal University, China

2019 - Present

Faculty in the School of Psychology

Donders Institute for Brain, Cognition and Behaviour, The Netherlands

2016 - 2018

Postdoctoral Scholar on a Fyssen post-doctoral study grant
Supervisor: Floris de Lange

CerCo CNRS and Université de Toulouse, France

2012 - 2016

Ph.D. in Neuroscience on a China Scholarship Council grant, Ph.D. thesis:

Mention: Très honorable (highest honours)
Supervisor: Rufin VanRullen

Shanghai University, China

2009 - 2012

M.S. in Information and Communication Engineering


04My Brain

05David Hubel's words

What we know is enough to convince anyone that the brain, though complicated, works in a way that will probably someday be understood—and that the answers will not be so complicated that they can be understood only by people with degrees in computer science or particle physics.

- Eye, Brain, and Vision

David H.Hubel

Pioneer in visual neuroscience

06Contact Information

  • Address

    Room 322, School of Psychology
    South China Normal University

    No.55 West of Zhongshan Road, Tianhe District, Guangzhou, China

  • Email

    [email protected]