Dr Hinze Hogendoorn wins ACNS 2020 Young Investigator Award
Dr Hinze Hogendoorn clinches the 2020 ACNS Young Investigator Award
We are immensely proud of our Deputy Director, Dr Hinze Hogendoorn, for clinching the 2020 Australasian Cognitive Neuroscience Society Young Investigator Award. This award recognises outstanding cognitive neuroscientists in Australasia who are making internationally recognised contributions to their field.
Hinze is a Senior Research Fellow at the Melbourne School of Psychological Science. He leads the Time in Brain and Behaviour Laboratory as Principal Investigator, and is also Deputy Director of the Decision Science Hub. Previously, he was an Assistant Professor in the Department of Experimental Psychology at Utrecht University in the Netherlands, and Fellow of Cognitive Neuroscience at University College Utrecht.
Hia primary research interests lie in the time-course of visual processing and visual perception. By combining psychophysical, behavioral, computational and neuroimaging techniques, he investigates questions such as how the brain keeps track of time and how the brain functions in real-time. He is currently especially interested in how the brain solves the computational problems that result from its own internal delays.