# About myself.

I'm a theoretical neuroscientist turned neuromorphic hardware developer,
working as a PostDoc with Prof. Gert Cauwenberghs in the Integrated Systems Neuroengineering lab at UC San
Diego.
Previously, I worked as a Chief Scientist at the Fraunhofer Institute for
Integrated Circuits (IIS) in Germany.
I received my PhD on the topic of * Neural mechanisms of information processing and transmission*
from the Institute of Cognitive Science at Osnabrück University.
You can find a human-readable summary of my thesis here.

My primary research interest, then and now, has been to understand and model how neurons communicate so
efficiently,and how *computation* emerges from this collective process. This is a broad question, so I dabble
in machinelearning,mathematics (primarily stochastic processes and probabilistic modeling), engineering and
neuroscience, and I hope to bring the results of this work to fruition in real-world applications through
*neuromorphic hardware*.

## Some things I do:

## Documents:

## My own 5 favorite publications:

- TickTockTokens: a minimal building block for event-driven systems,
- Dendritic plateau potentials can process spike sequences across multiple time-scales,
- A Bayesian Monte Carlo approach for predicting the spread of infectious diseases,
- Computational Elements of Circuits,
- A Unifying Framework of Synaptic and Intrinsic Plasticity in Neural Populations,