I am a researcher focusing on human perception. My current position is as Time Perception Group leader at the Sackler Centre for Consciousness Science, University of Sussex, UK.
The Time Perception Group at Sackler is part of the six-partner EU project Timestorm, which aims to equip artificial systems with human-like temporal cognition.
More generally, I am interested in how usually coherent perception can result from varying and sometimes incoherent sensory input. My research focuses on human temporal perception. I am also interested in the interaction of temporal perception with conscious experience through phenomenal causality, the sense of agency, and temporal prediction. To investigate these topics, I use a combination of human behavioural, computational modelling, neuroimaging, and artificial systems approaches.
I completed my PhD under the supervision of Dr. Derek Arnold in the Perception Lab at the School of Psychology, The University of Queensland, Australia .
Subsequently, I held a Postdoctoral Researcher position at NTT Communication Science Laboratories in Japan, with Dr. Shin'ya Nishida.
In my early academic life I also spent time in the Synaptic Plasticity Lab at the Queensland Brain Institute.
I can be contacted at email@example.com
I will be a guest for The Reading Room #24 at Stroom Den Haag on May 22nd.