Aristotle once noted that “our senses can be trusted, but they can be easily fooled”. Over 2300 years later, neuroscientists know that we might not even trust our senses. The signals we perceive are noisy and incomplete. So how can we use this uncertain information to reliably form percepts, inform decisions and conform with our environment? I am interested in the neural processes in the form of cortical oscillations underlying this process. I enjoy using machine learning techniques to uncover the relationships between perception, working memory and decision making with oscillations from often distinct cortical areas. I also advocate open science, and am currently doing a project on open data formats for neuroimaging.