Our lab investigates nonlinear dynamics and information processing in neural systems using methods from theoretical physics. We study collective phenomena in cortical networks and flexible computation in the visual system, and develop novel approaches for neuroprosthetics.
Our research is focused on analytical calculations of orbits of particles and light in general relativistic spacetimes. We study problems in astronomy, relativistic effects on the motion and tracking of satellites and relativistic geodesy.
We investigate light-driven quantum materials employing methods for nonequilibrium quantum many-body systems. Our goal is to devise innovative light-matter control schemes to enable new functionalities emerging at the intersection of solid-state physics and quantum optics.