Oscillations in Neural Activity

By utilizing the millisecond temporal precision of Electroencephalography (EEG), I investigate rhythmic brain activity governing basic cognitive functions in healthy humans.

In the past, I have mainly studied how information from different sensory modalities is processed and integrated.

Currently, the focus of my research is on how neural oscillations convey predictions and prediction errors in the auditory modality.

Temporal Patterns in Behaviour

Our capacity for information processing is not constant, but fluctuates on various timescales, from days to milliseconds.

I am especially interested in temporal patterns at a fast, sub-second timescale which are closely linked to electric neural oscillations. In my current research, I study how information in visual working memory rhythmically switches between moments at which it is more or less readily available to us.