Dept.: Assistant Professor Biology; eScience Institute; Institute of Neuroengineering
Neuroscience Focus Group: Computational Neuroscience”, “Behavioral Neuroscience”, and “Brain-Computer Interfaces
With recent advances in technology and infrastructure, we continue to increase our capacity to record signals from brain cells in much greater numbers and at even faster speeds. My research leverages tools from modern computer science and mathematics to understand patterns in these rich, big neural data. I am particularly focused on building concise descriptions of complex data to enable neural-engineering solutions, including the capacity to interpret and manipulate states of the mind in real time.