Research in the Human Brain Dynamics Lab focuses on studying how the brain processes information in real life environments.
We seek to understand the neural mechanisms underlying the processing of natural continuous stimuli, such as speech and music, how information from different senses is integrated on-line and how we are able to focus our attention on one particular speaker in noisy and cluttered environments.
Our research utilizes a range of techniques for recording electric and magnetic signals from the human brain (EEG, MEG and ECoG), as well as advanced behavioral tools (eye tracking, virtual reality, psychoacoustics). This rich methodological repertoire allow us to study the system at multiple levels, and gain a wide perspective on the link between Brain and Behavior.
Check out our new publications:
about irrelevant messages at a cocktail party, at eLife (read more)
and about the link between motor action and auditory perception, at Cerebral Cortex (here).
Corona-virus won't stop our scientific plans! Getting ready for another autumn of presenting in virtual conferences. Stay tuned.
PhD and Postdoc positions available. details here.