I am a lecturer in Cognitive Science at the University of Sussex, UK. My research focuses on human perception. I am also Time Perception Group leader at the Sackler Centre for Consciousness Science.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org
Paper from our group on serial dependence in visual variance published at Journal of Vision
A long time coming, work together with Hsin-Ni Ho at NTT CS Labs is now up on bioRxiv.