I have been fascinated with brain mechanisms and the computational modelling from both spatial and temporal aspects.
My main reserach interests encompass various perspectives of vision science and motor control,
in particular, understanding how humans perceive the 3D world and respond to the world.
My current research focuses on understanding the mechanism of anomalous perceptions
such as hallucinations and anomalous bodily experiences,
where some of the phenomena can be considered as dysfunction of sensory integration.
My interests have also expanded to applied scientific fields such as virtual reality and brain-machine interface
in collaboration with my multidisciplinary background.
- mechanisms of multi-sensory integration and motor control
- computational neuroscience
- psychophysics approaches
- psychophysiological measurements and techniques
- the virtual reality and brain-machine interface