My research focuses on the encoding of sound source location in the mammalian brainstem. I am especially interested in how some physical properties of the world –e.g. the position of a sound source, can be translated onto neural representations that are robust to variations of other irrelevant physical signals – the loudness or frequency spectrum of the sound.
My recent projects involve custom hearing aid design, evoked potentials and in vivo multielectrode electrophysiology. I also develop theoretical analysis methods to quantify the degree of information and invariance of neural representations.