Scientist · Engineer
I also do systems engineering and product development at White Matter, LLC in Seattle, building synchronized, scalable, high-bandwidth electrophysiological and behavioral recording instruments for neuroscience research.
You can reach me through Twitter, or email:
contact at analogist dot net.
Work · Teaching
I believe that making our bodies work with neural interfaces requires a firm understanding of neural computation principles; sensor systems with low financial burden for end users; and a system designed with security and usability.
I am working on my PhD in neuroengineering, with a focus on the computational principles behind how we are able to effortlessly transform intent into complex movements.
I work on custom electronics and embedded systems with a focus towards bringing easily deployable, robust large sensor networks to neuroscience.
I am also intensely interested in applied security engineering.
Most importantly, I try to understand systems and infrastructure.
I have 20+ peer-reviewed articles in movement neuroscience, brain-computer interfaces, brain state prediction, functional neuroimaging, and optoelectronics. Some recent work include:
I think visualization of concepts are particularly important. Some recent work include:
I am passionate about teaching and public outreach. I am a volunteer scientist at the Seattle Pacific Science Center and a lifelong tutor. Some recent work include: