He leads the Vision and Natural Computation group at the Vision Institute where his research deals with neuromorphic event-driven computation, retina prosthetics, and neural sensing models. He is the authors of more than 100 papers, 9 patents and a pioneer of the field of general cameras where he co-authored the reference book. He is deeply involved in the neuromorphic field and is an active participant of Telluride and CapoCaccia workshops main meeting events of the neurmorphic community. He has significant exchanges with European and US neuromorphic institutions on topics related to event-driven compressive (EDC) computation. His group has world-leading expertise in developing EDC algorithms, processing software and computational paradigms.



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