Lecturer in Neural Computation

University of Sussex
Department of Informatics
Falmer
Brighton, UK
Phone: +44-1273 678431
email: c.l.buckley@sussex.ac.uk
twitter: @drclbuckley

I am also a Visiting Research Fellow Laboratory for Neural Computation and Adaptation at the RIKEN Brain Science Institute in Tokyo.

About

My research interests lie at the intersection between neuroscience and embodied artificial intelligence. Understanding how the nervous system gives rise to robust behaviour offers potential design solutions for systems that operate in dynamic and noisy environments. However, conversely, understanding the brain as a dynamic control system can help shed light on the neural circuits that underpin behaviour. My work combines  both computational and experimental approaches to address these issues. More

News and Opportunities

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Postdocs and PhDs are now available on a new BBSRC funded project entitled “Distributed neural processing of self-generated visual input in a vertebrate brain

neuronsI am giving a talk at the Sussex Neuroscience away day this year on May 11th, 2017

Projects

Distributed neural processing of self-generated visual input in a vertebrate brain

Direct brain state modulation by close-loop feedback (with Philipp Streicher)

Free Energy Robotics (with Manuel Baltieri)

Recent Papers

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