The Sydney Computational Cognitive Neuroscience Lab is located in the School of Psychology at the University of Sydney. Our lab uses neuroimaging technologies (fMRI, M/EEG) and computational tools to understand how the brain interprets and represents the world.
The lab’s research investigates a wide range of cognitive processes, with particular focus on vision. One of the main tools we use in the lab is neural decoding methods, which we use to study how the brain represents information, how information is structured in brain representations, and how this representational relates to, and can be used to, predict behaviour.
Our lab is always looking for enthusiastic students to study with us!
For more information about the laboratory, including potentially joining the group as a volunteer or participating in a study, contact Alex at email@example.com or via the button below
If you're interested in joining formally as a Masters or PhD student, contact Thomas Carlson by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or via the button below.