Simon Schultz is Professor of Neurotechnology at Imperial College, and Director of the Imperial Centre of Excellence in Neurotechnology. He trained in Physics and Electrical Engineering in Australia, before completing a DPhil in Computational Neuroscience at Oxford University, and postdoctoral research at NYU (with Tony Movshon) and UCL (with Michael Häusser). He is known for work applying information theory to understand principles of neural coding in mammalian cortical circuits, and for developments in optical neurotechnology for deciphering neural circuit function. He is a Fellow of the Institute of Engineering and Technology (FIET) and of the Royal Society of Biology (FRSB).
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