I'm Antimo Buonocore, post-doctoral researcher in Vision Science. I'm part of  the Physiology of Active Vision lab at the Center for Integrative Neuroscience in Tübingen under the supervision of Dr Ziad Hafed. Previously, I was working as a post-doc in the Melcher Active Perception group at the Center for Mind/Brain Sciences, with Prof David Melcher.

I also collaborate with the Visuomotor Lab headed by Dr Rob McIntosh at the University of Edinburgh, where I obtained my Ph.D.



July 2018: New paper submitted on "Smooth pursuit of slow motion trajectories"! The paper is already accessible on bioRxiv at this doi: https://doi.org/10.1101/359836. Have a nice read!

June 2018: Lab bike&hike trip at the beautiful Roßberg (Schwäbische Alb). Here you can see some photos.

June 2018: This year I will participate to ECVP in Trieste. We have three abstracts accepted on our work on drift, microsaccades and fixation-related potentials.

March 2018: I'm attending the Primate Neurobiology Conference in Tübingen! I have two interesting posters on pursuit eye movements. Come and join the discussion!