Prof. Ophelia Deroy's work is in philosophy of mind and cognitive neuroscience, and she is most well-known for her work on how information can be shared across different senses, as well as different minds. In addition to being an research fellow at the Institute, Ophelia is the Director of the interdisciplinary Centre for Research in Experimental Aesthetics, Technology and Engineering, which connects fundamental research question about how we perceive, act, think and socially connect, to new ideas in the arts, policy and new technologies. Ophelia was the Associate Director of the Institute until 2017, and now holds the Chair for Philosophy of Mind at the Ludwig Maximilian University in Munich, Germany. See more on Ophelia's and the LMU website