Brain Networks and Learning
I am a CNRS research director in cognitive computational neuroscience and I coordinate the BraiNets team at the Institut de Neurosciences de la Timone.
My research projects investigates the role of brain interactions in goal-directed learning and adaptive behaviors. The main theoretical approaches and methodology characterizing my projects are:
- Functional connectivity and information theoretical analysis of brain interactions
- Multimodal brain imaging and neurophysiology (MEG, intracranial EEG, LFP and fMRI)
- Computational models of human learning (Bayesian inference and reinforcement learning)
My publications and citation record are on Google Scholar
At BraiNets, we develop and share several software for brain data analysis here