Sensory neuroscience

Model of how sound localisation could be performed in a complex listening environment using the behaviour of ensembles of spiking neurons.

Sensory neuroscience is the study of how the brain processes sensory information, such as sight, sound, touch, etc. Some of the main aspects of our work are:

We are interested in both fundamental research into these problems, and applications in areas such as robotics and automatic speech recognition.

Publications in sensory neuroscience

2013
2011
2010