How does the Brain perceive time?
I am a neuroscientist trying to figure out one of the most interesting problems in Science! Why? Because I believe time is everything. Time is a fundamental dimension of perception, memory and cognition: we take time to process things, we remember the past, experience the present and predict the future.
Our research is multidisciplinary, using a combination of Behavioural testing, Psychophysics, Bayesian modelling and Neuroimaging to try and get at such foundational principles of information processing.
To understand time is to understand perception, memory, motor control and cognition... so if you are interested please check out the links above.
** Call for Interns ** Interested in Time Perception? Bayesian Brain? Get in touch if you are interested in coming to my new lab at Nottingham Trent Uni!
May 2018: New review paper out now! Find it here
April 2018: Gave a talk out in LA at LEARNMEM2018
October 2017: Gave a talk at the first Timing Research Forum!
October 2017: Term Started at NTU. Teaching Stats this year!
July 2017: Started at Nottingham Trent University as Lecturer
July 2017: Given a workshop on Bayesian Time Perception at RPPW 2017 in Birmingham! This went super well!
May 2017: Preprint of my thesis-review article: Bayesian Inference in Time Perception available here
March 2017: Very proud and honoured to have been appointed a School Governor at Wood Green Academy
November 2016: Somehow... I have won I'm a Scientist 2016! My winners speech here...
October 2016: Gave a talk at the Time In Tokyo Conference! (It went well)
August 2016: Giving a talk at ECVP 2016: Kalman filters in temporal perception
July 2016: New Paper! Temporal Regularity of the Environment Drives Time Perception in PLoS ONE - find link to article here
July 2016: New Paper! Optimal Perceived Timing - find link here
July 2016: Had the honour of judging the Google Science Fair Semi-Finals. Unbelievable project and totally humbling experience!
Please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you want to get in touch!