I currently work in Active Perception Lab with Dr. Michele Rucci. I use a combination of psychophysical and computational modeling approaches to study the consequences of eye movements on visual perception. My primary research focuses on establishment of spatial representation under ocular drift, spatiotemporal content reformatting delivered by eye movements, head-eye coordination in real-world tasks.
Check out my CV here.
Patent "System and method for real-time high-resolution eye-tracking " granted.
Presented "Fine spatial judgments driven by extra-retinal knowledge of fixational eye drifts" in a talk at VSS 2021
"Spatiotemporal Content of Saccade Transients" published in Current Biology 2020.
Passed qualifying exam in the Graduate Program for Brain and Cognitive Sciences 2019.