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we do high-risk research on hard problems in human vision. our goals include
- building better models of the intermediate and high-level compositional features that underlie vision
- exploring how visual processing interacts with cognitive, perceptual and affective processing
we do this using tools drawn from machine learning, computer vision, computer graphics, and neuroimaging, including fMRI, DTI, MEG, EEG
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participate in research
april 2016 - Elissa Aminoff was selected as a 2016 World Economic Forum Young Scientist
april 2016 - Fastball released on iTunes, Amazon, etc. 88% on the Tomatometer
aug 2015 - CMU BrainHub Startup Neon selected as World Economic Forum Technology Pioneer
june 2015 - Mike is a movie star (not!) See the trailer here: Fastball
aug 2014 - CMU launches BrainHub wesa pg trib
july 2014 - welcome to our new RA, Kevin Tan
june 2014 - Daniel Leeds accepts faculty position in Computer Science at Fordham University
may 2014 - Daniel, Eva, and Yang all get hooded
apr 2014 - congrats to lab RA, Carol Jew, on entering the PhD Program in Brain and Cognitive Sciences at the University of Rochester this coming fall
nov 2013 - WIRED on our collaborator, Abhinav Gupta's, work on NEIL (which we are using in our research)
aug 2013 - congratulations to yang xu on successfully defending his phd!
aug 2013 - welcome to juliet shafto and tina liu (psychology)
aug 2013 - congratulations to heiða maría sigurðardóttir on successfully defending her phd!
july 2013 - congratulations to daniel leeds on successfully defending his phd!
may 2013 - congratulations to lindsay victoria on successfully defending her phd!
may 2013 - announcing the fribble prize! publish a peer-reviewed paper using any of our fribbles, let us know, and receive a real-live 3D printed fribble
c o n t a c t
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