Timothy D. Oleskiw joined the Flatiron institute in 2020 as a research fellow at the Center for Computational Neuroscience. His work is in collaboration with the Visual Neurophysiology Laboratory at New York University Center for Neural Science where he is a postdoctoral fellow. Tim’s work uses both computational and experimental techniques to study the representation of information within the primate visual system. His research aims to understand how single neurons compute and encode visual features of increasing complexity along the ventral pathway. He holds a PhD in Applied Mathematics at the University of Washington, and an MSc in Computer Science from York University.