About me



I am an applied mathematician working in the field of theoretical neuroscience and neuroengineering. My research interests are motivated by the mystery of how our brains process information about the world we live in. Throughout my work, I use tools from dynamical systems theory, information theory, statistics and machine learning. I am always happy to discuss research projects. Feel free to browse the contents of this website and to contact me if you have any questions.

I am currently based in Seattle where I hold a WRF Research Fellow position at the University of Washington's (UW) Institute for Neuroengineering (UWIN). I am also a member of UW's Center for Sensorimotor Neural Engineering.




UW: glajoie ‘at' uw.edu


I can be found either at UW's

Physiology and Biophysics Department (HSB office G-303)


Applied Mathematics Department (Lewis Hall office 303)

News and events

Jan 2017: New paper on bidirectional brain-computer interfaces is out !

Dec 2016: New paper on encoding in chaotic recurrent networks is out !

I am co-organizer of this exciting workshop. Check it out!

Workshop poster