I am a cognitive neuroscientist with a multidisciplinary background in psychology and biomedical engineering. Currently, I am a Postdoctoral Research Fellow in the Computational, Cognitive and Clinical Neuroimaging Lab (C3NL) at Imperial College London.
Broadly speaking, my research interest lies in developing brain-computer interfaces (BCIs) and artificial intelligence (AI) using different neuroimaging techniques and by applying machine learning. Rather than looking at BCIs through the lens of assistive technology though, I am passionate about using BCIs as a new experimental paradigm in cognitive neuroscience.
I received my PhD from Imperial College London in June 2017, under the supervision of Robert Leech. For my PhD, I have developed an “AI neuroscientist” – a novel BCI for optimizing experimental design by combining real-time fMRI with Bayesian optimization.
Alongside my research, I am working as admin for NeurotechX London, a neurotechnoloy network, and as curator for AXNS, a curatorial collective interested in the intersection between neuroscience and art.
4 Oct ’17 National University of Singapore, Clinical Imaging Centre, Singapore
2-3 Nov ’17 WIRED Live, London, UK
28-29 Nov ’17 Real-time Functional Imaging and Neurofeedback Conference, Nara, Japan
9 Dec ’17 NIPS Workshop “Bayesian Optimization for Science and Engineering”, LA, USA
30 Jan ’18 Centre for Brain and Cognitive Development, Birkbeck University, London, UK