• The University of Western Australia (M092), 35 Stirling Highway,

    6009 Perth


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Bio-inspired Robotics and Vision, Neuroengineering, Visual function




I have a Bachelor and a Master degree in Engineering. As an engineer, I always look for simple and efficient solutions for real world applications. I believe many such practical solutions exist in nature and with millions of years of evolution behind them, these solutions are often highly efficient. My passion is bio-inspired robotic. My PhD research involved an interdisciplinary project focusing on developing an insect-inspired target tracking mechanism for autonomous vehicles. After finishing my PhD, to build a successful career path in bio-inspired robotics, I made the  decision to learn more about the biological side of this field of research and I therefore joined the neuroecology laboratory of A/Prof Jan Hemmi at the University of Western Australia as a postdoctoral Research Associate. Duirng my postdoctoral employment, I have combined behavioural and neural data with computational modelling to understand how animals with small brian and limited sensory information interact with their anvironment and solve different tasks.


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