Screenshot of the Willow Data Explorer (WDX) showing 12 channels (from 1020 total) of neural data from mouse visual cortex.

Willow FPGA board and storage drive.

Since 2014, I've been working on various projects in the field of neuroengineering - technology to map and manipulate the brain. One such project is Willow, a high-performance electrophysiology system based on a modular FPGA architecture, scalable to thousands of channels of data acquisition. More recently, I've been directing development of Lotus, a high-speed, high-resolution lightfield microscope for functional, whole-brain zebrafish imaging. See the project pages on LeafLabs' site for more info.