Computational Neuroscience

Computational neuroscience researchers at CMU seek to understand how the brain learns and computes to achieve intelligent behavior. Our faculty members build artificial systems and mathematical models to explore the computational principles underlying perception, cognition, memory and motor behaviors. They also apply mathematical and machine learning techniques to decode neural data. It is an interdisciplinary endeavor at the intersection of computer science, neuroscience, cognitive psychology, physics, engineering, mathematics, and statistics.

Faculty working in this area:

Lastsort descending First Title Email
Hodgins Jessica Professor RI/CS Assoc Dir For Faculty RI
Lee Tai-Sing Associate Professor
Mitchell Tom Director-MLD/Fredkin Prof of CS and ML
Pollard Nancy Associate Professor
Touretzky David Research Professor
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