PhD Research Student
Research Program: Brain Sciences
Object recognition is crucial to interact with the environment in order to adapt to it. However, there are still uncertainties on how these processes work or interact (e.g., how the information is processed, what information is processed at each step, or how fast each step is performed). My research is meant to clarify these concerns. The aim of this project is to take advantage of neuroimaging techniques, such as electroencephalography, and computational neuroscience techniques (e.g., deep neural networks) to provide new insights into the neural dynamics underlying object recognition in visual perception. My results will be important for contributing to knowledge in neuroscience, specifically in the visual perception field.