The Brunton Lab is broadly interested at the intersection of brain, behavior, and data---how can we best leverage data-intensive approaches to help us make sense of our minds? We are fortunate to collaborate with colleagues with diverse expertise, including experimental neuroscientists, engineers, and computational scientists.
A few particular research areas we are excited about:
Data-driven dynamic models of large-scale neural data.
Quantifying natural behaviors.
Neural-inspired sparse sensing and control for biological and engineered systems.
Neural decoding for brain-computer interfaces.