Marco StucchiIMPRS Doctoral Student
The nervous system is extraordinary in its ability to perform flexible and yet robust computations. My interests are in understanding how these computations emerge from neural population dynamics.
I am fascinated by the richness of behaviour of the honeybee, and the fact that it has a relatively small brain makes this richness even more remarkable. In my PhD I aim at understanding the neural principles that are the basis of sensory-motor transformations in insects.
- 2019 - present: PhD Student, IMPRS for Organismal Biology, Konstanz, Germany
- 2012 - 2017: BSc and MSc in Physics, University of Parma, Italy
- 2018: Post-graduate scholarship on "Population analysis in large neural datasets", Dept. of Medicine and Surgery, University of Parma, Italy