News

08/06/2022
Giulia Dominijanni is visiting us from EPFL/Cambridge to tell us about her work on cortical representations of extra limbs.

27/05/2022
A summary of our work on cortical modelling has been included in the most recent Leverhulme Newsletter.

25/05/2022
Giulia won 3rd place at the Work-In-Progress poster competition at EuroHaptics 2022 in Hamburg, Germany. Congratulations!

25/04/2022
NeuTouch fellow Miguel Casal is visiting us from IIT on secondment to work on models of efficient receptor allocations in touch.

13/03/2022
We received a Research Project Grant from the Leverhulme Trust to continue our work on modelling cortical somatosensory representations.

03/02/2022
Laura passed her viva and is now Dr Edmondson pending minor corrections. Congratulations!

01/10/2021
Holly continues in the lab as an EPSRC funded PhD student, co-supervised by Claudia Mazzà

06/09/2021
Giulia and Luke presented their respective work at the BioMedEng21 conference.

04/05/2021
Giulia and fellow NeuTouch student Miguel presented their recent joint work on tactile population coding at the IEEE EMBS Conference on Neural Engineering (NER21).

20/01/2021
Laura’s abstract on resource allocation in sensory bottlenecks was selected for a talk at Cosyne 2021!

01/11/2020
Zijun joins the lab as a PhD student, working on models of cortical somatotopic plasticity.

09/10/2020
Rodrigo’s FootSim abstract was accepted for the Neuromatch conference! Stay tuned for a talk about the modelling of cutaneous afferents of the foot sole.

01/10/2020
Luke continues in the lab as a DiMeN funded PhD student, co-supervised by Claudia Mazzà.

28/04/2020
The lab’s first preprint and Giulia’s first publication is up on bioRxiv.

31/03/2020
Laura presents at Neuromatch online conference!

09/12/2019
Our paper ‘Nonlinear scaling of resource allocation in sensory bottlenecks’ is accepted to NeurIPS 2019 in Vancouver, Canada.

01/11/2019
Giulia joins the lab as a PhD student! She will be working on projects as part of the NeuTouch collaboration. Welcome Giulia!