Sébastien M. Crouzet

Ph.D. in neurosciences

My general interest is to understand the perceptual mechanisms underlying visual recognition. I did a Ph.D. in Neuroscience with Simon Thorpe in Toulouse, France, and a first postdoc with Thomas Serre at Brown University, USA, where I studied the rapid perception of objects in natural scenes using eye movements, iEEG recordings and computational models. I then moved to Berlin to work with Niko Busch on combining behavioral, eye movements and EEG recordings to investigate the role of recurrent processes and brain oscillations in visual perception. Since September 2014, I joined the team of Rufin VanRullen to study the rhythm of visual attention.

My papers can also be found on Google Scholar, Mendeley, PubMed. My reviewer work is registered on Publons. I share as much code as possible on GitHub.

Short bio

2014 - Postdoc with Rufin VanRullen at Cerco, Toulouse, France
2012 - 2014 Postdoc with Niko Busch at Charité Universität, Berlin, Germany
2010 - 2012 Postdoc with Thomas Serre at Brown University, Providence, RI, USA
2006 - 2010 PhD student with Simon Thorpe at Cerco, Toulouse, France

My CV can be downloaded here (French version here which may be less up-to-date).

Journal articles