Neurotree


I have been fortunate to work with many great people in the past, and have ongoing collaborations with a number of international researchers. You can see the outcomes of many of these collaborations on the Publications page. For more recent projects I have included some links below.


Derek Arnold - University of Queensland, Australia

I did my PhD with Derek at UQ, predominantly focusing on multisensory timing perception. I was lucky to also have the opportunity to work on other classic topics in perception science such as binocular rivalry, spatio-temporal visual processing.


Paul Dux - University of Queensland, Australia

I worked with Paul on visual temporal attention, mainly using the classic attention blink paradigm.


Kielan Yarrow - City, University of London, UK

I have had the chance to spend time working with Kielan both in Australia and visiting City many times over the years. Our work has focused on trying to understand the function and processes underlying multisensory temporal adaptation using behavioural testing and modelling approaches.

Daniel Linares - University of Barcelona, Spain

I worked closely with Dani during my time at NTT in Japan. We have a shared interest in temporal perception generally and primarily spent our time investigating sensory adaptation in multisensory relative timing using behavioural testing and modelling approaches.


Shin'ya Nishida - NTT Communication Science Laboratories, Japan

My first postdoctoral position was with Shin'ya at NTT. We worked together on several topics related to multisensory perception, including studies of perceptual grouping using classic behavioural paradigms such as the cross-modal double flash illusion and temporal ventriloquism, temporal adaptation, and the sense of agency.


Takahiro Kawabe - NTT Communication Science Laboratories, Japan

My work with Takahiro focused on multisensory perceptual grouping and the sense of agency.


Kaoru Amano - Graduate School of Information Science and Technology, The University of Tokyo, Japan

Kaoru and I share an interest in understanding how the human brain perceives temporal relationships between events. As part of our work together I had the opportunity to spend time at CiNet working with Kaoru to try to unravel this difficult issue using a combination of behavioural and neuroimaging (fMRI) approaches.


Hsin-Ni Ho - School of Design, Kyushu University at Fukuoka, Japan.

Hsin-Ni and I worked on the role of perceptual grouping in thermal perception, using the thermal referral illusion as a base example to understand how the human brain integrates thermal information across different parts of the body. You can see some of this work here.


Anil Seth - Sussex Centre for Consciousness Science, University of Sussex, UK

I've worked with Anil on a variety of topics, together with other researchers in the centre, including investigating the role of prediction in perception, simulating 'hallucinations' in virtual reality, the sense of agency, and a general model of time perception for application in an artificial system as part of the Timestorm project.


Keisuke Suzuki - Center for Human Nature, Artificial Intelligence, and Neuroscience (CHAIN), Hokkaido University, Japan

Keisuke and I worked closely on a number of projects investigating temporal experience and simulating visual 'hallucinations' in virtual and substitutional reality, and the sense of agency. Keisuke and I together organised the successful Time in Tokyo 2016 meeting.


Acer Chang

Acer and I worked together on a project about the neurophysiological correlates of temporal prediction. You can read about some of it here.


Darren Rhodes - Nottingham Trent University, UK

I worked with Darren as part of the Timestorm project. Our work focused primarily on using Bayesian models to describe the influence of recent experience on subsequent temporal perception in the context of both multisensory relative timing and interval timing. You can get some details about this work here.


Timestorm Team at Imperial College London, UK

As part of the Timestorm project, I worked with members of the Computational Neurodynamics Group at Imperial, in particular, Zafeirios Fountas, David Bhowmik, Kyriacos Nikiforou. Our initial work can be seen in a recent publication. I continue to work closely with Zafeirios Fountas on developing our framework for event segmentation, episodic memory formation, and time perception.


Marta Suarez-Pinilla

Marta and I worked together during her PhD to understand how the human brain produces and uses estimates of variance in visual and multisensory perception. You can see some of this work here.


Michaela Klimova - Boston University, USA

Michaela and I worked together on a variety of things including the neurophysiological correlates of temporal prediction and their relationship to biases in human perception, and the role of perceptual grouping in temporal ventriloquism. Our work on the latter can be seen here.


Reny Baykova - Sussex Centre for Consciousness Science, University of Sussex, UK

Reny and I are working on understanding the influence of previous experience of temporal properties of the world on subsequent temporal perception. You can see some of our progress on this in a recently accepted Stage 1 Registered Report.


Alberto Mariola - Sussex Centre for Consciousness Science, University of Sussex, UK

I am working together with Alberto, Keisuke, and Anil on understanding how our beliefs about perceptual reality interact with perception and behaviour. Alberto and I have also been working on how event segmentation links episodic memory and time perception. See some of this work here.


Bel Maranhao - Leverhulme Sensation and Perception to Awareness DSP, University of Sussex, UK

Bel and I are investigating the basis of temporal perception and the potential contribution of neural oscillations.