Johannes Hjorth is a computational neuroscientist working on the Human Brain Project. In his spare time he enjoys a bit of dance and theatre photography.
He studied Engineering Physics at the Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm, and the Mathematical Tripos Part III at Cambridge University. He did his PhD in Computer Science with Jeanette Hellgren Kotalewski at the Royal Insitute of Technology niched towards Computational Neuroscience. After that he moved to Amsterdam for a postdoc with Arjen van Ooyen at Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, followed by a post doc with Stephen Eglen at the University of Cambridge where he worked on neurodevelopment, focusing on retinotopic map development. He is currently working as a researcher within the Human Brain Project at the Royal Institute of Technology developing large scale computer models.
Email: my last name hjorth, followed by @kth.se