I am a researcher in the field of neuroscience. I am studying the role and selectivity of feedback in sensory circuits, using psychophysics, electrophysiology (EEG/MEG), neuroimaging (fMRI) and computational modeling. I obtained my PhD (with the highest honours) from Centre de Recherche Cerveau and Cognition, CNRS under the supervision of Rufin VanRullen in Toulouse, France. Now I am a postdoc researcher in Donders Institute for Brain, Cognition and Behaviour, under the supervision of Floris de Lange in Nijmegen, the Netherlands.
Postdoctoral Scholar on a Fyssen post-doctoral study grant Supervisor: Floris de Lange
Summer School on biological vision with a thorough understanding of the theoretical and computational challenges involved
Summer School on the role of interneurons in five key areas of the brain: the cerebral cortex, the hippocampus, the retina, the thalamus and the cerebellum
M.S. in Information and Communication Engineering
The 3rd USA-Sino Summer School in Vision, Learning and Pattern Recognition.
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.