Oculomotor Control: Development of anatomically relevant bilateral models for the control of binocular eye movements, and the coordination of the eye and head during normal gaze shifts. Systems analysis and computer simulation in non-linear, structurally modulated, networks.
Signal Processing and System Identification: Algorithms to detect parameter jumps of structural changes from behavioural responses in physiological control systems. Identification from short sequences of transient responses.
Instrumentation: Applications of electro-optics and image processing to the tracking of binocular eye movements and head movements in 3-D. Trade-offs between spatial and time resolution relying on data reconstruction after non-linear transformations (e.g. A/D) of noisy data.
Medical data processing
Biological signal and system analysis, modelling, and simulation