The Persistence of Time

The processing of temporal information ranging from tens to hundreds of milliseconds is essential for surviving and for daily behaviors such as speech perception, music appreciation, dancing, performing sports, driving a car, etc. In this project my goal is to understand how the central nervous system tracks time. By using a combination of Electroencephalography, Psychophysics, and Eye-Tracking I aim at gaining new insights on how the human brain perceives time. Specifically, I pursue to understand how neural oscillations process temporal information in the visual system. 

As a part of this project I co-organized the following workshops:

Analyzing Neurophysiological Data with MNE-Python

Eye-Tracking Day

If you are a student and want to participate in this project, or if you just want to know more about it, write me an e-mail.