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I am investigating how context in various forms determines what we do and don’t perceive consciously. By combining human neuroimaging (MEG), advanced analysis of intracranial data, and biophysical modelling, I try to achieve understanding of contextual influences on conscious perception at the computational and neural-implementational levels. My current project is thereby aimed at perhaps providing some small contribution to an ultimate goal of a fully mechanistic theory of consciousness.
Before joining the Predictive Brain Lab, I was a postdoctoral researcher and junior research fellow (New College) at the University of Oxford. There I worked with Mark Stokes on understanding the relationship between small-scale neural connectivity and working memory.
I completed my PhD in 2015, at the Donders Institute, with Ole Jensen. My PhD research was focused on the role of alpha and gamma oscillations in visual perception and neural information processing.