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Stefano Panzeri (Full Professor with mainly research duties) has investigated neural coding for a decade, by providing algorithms to extract single-trial information from simultaneous recording of brain activity from multiple sites. He has used these methods to provide new insights into how neural populations use their relative response timing to encode naturalistic sensory information. He has published 100 peer-reviewed articles which were cited more than 2300 times, with h index 27 (source: Web of Science). He has been awarded several Personal Research Fellowships (MRC, EU Marie Curie, HFSP) and has served as Vice Chairman of the UK Medical Research Council Panel for Biomedical Informatics. He is currently coordinating the EU FET Open Grant SICODE on brain-machine interfaces. He is also a Senior Scientist at the Italian Institute of Technology.

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