My research motivation is the understanding of conscious experience in terms of its phenomenology, biological processes and its implications for physical theories.

Consciousness, as a fundamental ingredient in the universe, admits both theoretical and empirical exploration, using axiomatic mathematical models, computational neuroscience, as well as experimental paradigms to test different conceptual and mathematical features.

So far, I have been working on computational measures of consciousness and model simulations, using data from anaesthetized primates. Recently, I became interested in compositional approaches and category theory, as both useful frameworks to define a new generation of scientific consciousness research and compositional models of consciousness.

Therefore, my research is mainly inter and multidisciplinary, leading me to collaborate with different labs and research groups. Summarizing, my work is about theoretical and experimental models and measurements of conscious experience.