I am a graduate student at the University of Colorado at Boulder in the Computational Cognitive Neuroscience Lab.
My main research interests at the moment are the neural dynamics that underly visual processes such as object recognition. To study these dynamics, I develop biologically realistic models of the brain's visual processing pathways. I then test predictions from these models psychophysically or with EEG recording.
I also have a longstanding interest in informatics and machine learning, particularly as an analysis technique for psychological data such as eye movements.
For more information on various projects, see my research page.
dean.wyatte  colorado  edu