A new theory preprint on quantifying the relationship between point processes (like spikes) and continuous signals (like LFPs).
I'm a system and computational neuroscientist. I started my scientific journey with Physics, and after my undergrad in Physics I continued with neuroscience. I did my PhD in Max Planck Institute for Biological Cybernetics, in Logothetis lab and a short post-doc in Peter Dayan's lab. I recently started my group, Computational Machinery of Cognition (CMC) lab (cmclab.org).
Two new preprints on neural mechanism involved in visual awarness. One on decoding the contents of visual awareness from PFC neural populations, and the other one on the relationship between PFC [persumued] state fluctuations and perceptual switches.
Two accepted abstract in Cosyne 2020. One on a multivariate method for investigating spike-LFP coupling (II-48), and the other one on signatures of criticality observed in efficient coding network (I-100).