My students and I form the Neurocognitive Computing Lab. Through computational experiments and mathematical analysis, we try to understand the neurological basis of perception, cognition, and behaviour.
We welcome the Lab's newest graduate student
Alex is using reinforcement learning to teach a robot to reach
Jeff spoke about "Bridging between Computers and Cortex" to Lakehead University's Neuroscience Research Interest Group
Nolan's work (recently published in PLOS ONE) was featured by the Cheriton School of CS. It also garnered a shout-out on ACM TechNews
Jeff was featured in an imprint article entitled Neuroscience: A computational problem
Nolan Shaw, Tyler Jackson, and Jeff Orchard had their paper published in PLOS ONE
Congratulations to Wei Sun for finishing his Masters degree.
My master's student, Wei Sun, and I published our work in the journal Neural Computation.
Lin Wang and I have another paper accepted, this one in IEEE Trans. Cognitive and Developmental Systems
We will be presenting a paper at the workshop Perception as Generative Reasoning
Our paper was accepted for publication in IEEE TSMC-Systems
Our paper on detecting water leaks using neural networks was accepted.
Interview about why coding is fun and important
J Orchard, L Castricato, "Combatting Adversarial Inputs using a Predictive-Estimator Network", International Conference on Neural Information Processing (ICONIP), 7 pages, 2017.
Jeff debated Matt Dickerson of Middlebury College.