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I am interested in cognitive neuroscience, biologically-inspired artificial intelligence and robotics. Until recently, I worked at the Computational Neurodynamics Group of Imperial College as a research associate, under a six-partner EU project called TimeStorm. I currently work at Emotech LTD, leading a new research project and working on brain-inspired A.I, as well as the Wellcome Centre for Human Neuroimaging at UCL.

A general theme of my research has been to investigate how aspects of human cognition can emerge from neural models and test hypotheses via software (or physical) embodied agents and human behavioural data. I focus on episodic memory, time perception, representation learning, active inference, selection mechanisms in the basal ganglia and spiking neural networks among other topics.