I am a Marie-Skłodowska-Curie Actions post-doctoral research fellow at the Wellcome Centre for Human Neuroimaging in London, where I work with Prof. Karl Friston on multisensory weighting and integration in action and self-perception.
I use virtual reality and bodily illusions to manipulate the perception of one’s body during rest and action. Then I look at how the brain adapts to these manipulations – how it changes its body representation or which actions it triggers. I like to interpret my empirical results within the active inference framework of brain function. Occasionally I also write about the philosophical implications of such interpretations.