I first joined the Redwood in 2011, with the goal of developing an intuition for signals in high dimensions, which appear to be unavoidable in brains. More generally, I’d like to learn from the intricate, multi-layered, and highly evolved structure of brains, which I believe may inspire how we as a species implement our own complex systems. In 2014, I moved to Lisbon, where I worked with Dr. Zachary Mainen at the Champalimaud Center for the Unknown. While there, I developed a video game, which will be released as a mobile app, in order to study the structure of insight-driven problem solving and its diversity across human populations. In 2019 I came back to the Redwood, to resume my oscillatory studies.