Active Perception Laboratory Director
Active Perception Laboratory Director


Ph.D. from the Cognitive and Neural Systems Department, Boston University

Research Fellow


Ph.D. from the University of Florence (Italy) in Computer Science and Robotics

Biomimetic robotics, vision, and machine learning. Design of the Gaze-Contingent Display system.
BERNHARD EIBENBERGER
Research Fellow


Ph.D. from the Technical University of Vienna (Austria) in Electrical Engineering and Control Systems
KARIN EIBENBERGER
Research Fellow


M.S. from the Technical University of Vienna (Austria) in Biomedical Engineering, M.A. in German and Scandinavian literature and language
MICHELE COX
Postdoctoral Fellow


Ph.D. in Psychology from Vanderbilt University. Thesis work employed multielectrode extracellular neuronal recordings to probe mechanisms of perceptual completion and binocular vision. B.S. in Biology from University of Maryland, College Park, in 2010.
JANIS INTOY
PhD Student

Graduate Program for Neuroscience, Computational Specialization

B.S. from the California Institute of Technology in Computer Science
ZHETUO ZHAO
PhD Student
BIN YANG
PhD Student
ASHLEY CLARK
PhD Student

B.S. from Keene State College in Biology.
NIKUNJ KHETAN
PhD Student

B.Tech. from Delhi Technological University (India) in Computer Engineering.
ANNEGRET MEERMEIER
Visiting PhD Student
GIORGIO MERLI
Visiting Master's Student
RUEI-JR WU
Research Assistant


M.S. from Boston University in Biomedical Engineering
NATALYA SHELCHKOVA
Research Assistant
SANJANA KAPISTHALAM
Research Assistant
EMIN ALICIC
Undergraduate Research Assistant
MOLLY FERRIS
Undergraduate Research Assistant
YUANHAO "HOWARD" LI
Undergraduate Research Assistant
JONATHAN MUSGRAVE
Undergraduate Research Assistant
CHENWEI WU
Undergraduate Research Assistant
HAIZHU "ZITA" YANG
Undergraduate Research Assistant
YUE ZHANG
Undergraduate Research Assistant
CHELSEA MARSH
Lab Manager

B.A. from the University of Rochester in Linguistics.
Humanoid robot

Serving as a general-purpose robotic platform for the embodiment of brain models.