I am a post-doctoral fellow at the Centre de Recherche Cerveau & Cognition (CerCo) in Toulouse, France. I hold a research grant awarded by the Fondation pour la Recherche Médicale (FRM), and am part of the Eco-3D team.
I am passionate about mathematics and technology, and fascinated by the human brain – in particular, the visual brain. Consequently, my research revolves around three major axes:
Chauhan, T., Masquelier, T., & Cottereau, B. (2019). Sub-optimality of the early visual system explained through biologically plausible plasticity. bioRxiv, 799155. [doi]
Chauhan, T., Xiao, K., & Wuerger, S. (2019). Chromatic and luminance sensitivity for skin and skinlike textures. Journal of Vision, 19(1), 13–13. [doi]
Chauhan, T., Masquelier, T., Montlibert, A., & Cottereau, B. (2018). Emergence of binocular disparity selectivity through Hebbian learning. The Journal of Neuroscience, 38(44), 9563–9578. [doi]
Xiao, K., Pointer, M., Cui, G., Chauhan, T., & Wuerger, S. (2015). Unique hue data for colour appearance models. Part III: Comparison with NCS unique hues. Color Research & Application, 40(3), 256–263. [doi]
Makin, A., & Chauhan, T. (2014). Memory-guided tracking through physical space and feature space. Journal of Vision, 14(13), 10–10. [doi]
Chauhan, T., Perales, E., Xiao, K., Hird, E., Karatzas, D., & Wuerger, S. (2014). The achromatic locus: effect of navigation direction in color space. Journal of Vision, 14(1), 1–11. [doi]
Chauhan T., Masquelier T., & Cottereau B. (2019, June). A bio-inspired STDP network for event-based unsupervised learning. Information, Signal, Image and ViSion: Emerging visual sensors (GDR ISIS) 2019, Paris, France.
Chauhan T., Masquelier T., Monlibert A., & Cottereau B. (2017, July). Emergence of disparity selective neurons through spike-based learning from naturalistic stereoscopic datasets. Annual Computational Neuroscience Meeting (CNS) 2017, Antwerp, Belgium.
Chauhan T., Masquelier T., Monlibert A., & Cottereau B. (2017, August). Learning binocular disparity selectivity through spike-timing dependent plasticity. European Conference on Visual Perception (ECVP) 2017, Berlin, Germany.
My work on binocular vision is carried out with Benoit Cottereau, in close collaboration with Timothée Masquelier on aspects related to STDP neural networks. I also collaborate with Sophie Wuerger and Jasna Martinovic on colour vision.