Naselaris lab is presenting at CCN 2018! The submitted papers are available at the following links:
A massive benchmark high-field fMRI dataset of responses to natural scenes. in collaboration with CVN Lab.
New paper on brain decoding with GAN's is available on bioRxiv.
Ghislain will present this work at the 2018 IEEE International Conference on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics in Miyazaki, Japan.
The inaugural conference on Cognitive Computational Neuroscience is sold out! Hope to see you there!
Ghislain's paper on feature-weighted receptive fields is now online at NeuroImage.
Jesse and Ghislain will present posters on mental imagery and generative adversarial decoding at CCN.
Thomas is Co-PI on an NSF conference grant to fund CCN. The inaugural meeting of Cognitive Computational Neuroscience will take place at Columbia University on September 6 - 8, 2017.
Cognitive Computational Neuroscience (CCN) is now accepting submissions! The inaugural CCN conference will be held at Columbia University in NYC, September 6-8. CCN will bring together researchers in AI, cognitive science, and neuroscience who are dedicated understanding the neural computations that underlie complex behavior.
The Naselaris Lab welcomes new postdoc Mohammad Babakmehr! Mohammad is a recent EECS Ph.D. from the Colorado School of Mines.
Naselaris Lab presents new work on mental imagery at SFN 2016.
Naselaris Lab presents at BRAIN Initiative Awardees Conference. Abstract available HERE.
Naselaris Lab awarded BRAIN Initiative grant. The Naselaris Lab joins the labs of Kamil Ugurbil (U. Minnesota), Cheryl Olman (U. Minnesota) and Prakash Kara (MUSC) on a quest to understand the functional significance of cortical layers and the relationship between BOLD and neural activity.
Naselaris Lab welcomes our newest Graduate Student, Magge Mae Mell.
Naselaris Lab presents new work on mental imagery at VSS 2016.
The Naselaris Lab welcomes our newest Post-Doc, Ghislain St-Yves, Ph.D..
The Naselaris Lab welcomes our newest Graduate Student, Jesse Breedlove.
The Naselaris Lab welcomes our new post-doc, Aicko Schumann, Ph.D..
Naselaris Lab awarded 5-year R01 from National Eye Institute to pursue work on mental imagery.
Paper on scene representation accepted in Neuron. See Stansbury et al., 2013.