List of members of the human-machine interaction working group
I am interested in motor learning in adults and children who have damage or disease of the central nervous system.
I am interested in natural language processing and how we can appropriately formalize linguistic structure and discover it automatically.
I am interested in the neural systems that serve a role in learning, memory and attention.
I am interested in computational vision, bioinformatics, and statistical learning.
My research spans applications of computing to medicine with an emphasis on imaging and robotics, and their use to augment human capabilities in medicine. In the last 12 years, I have developed and led several projects related to computer-enhanced surgery.
I am interested in language acquisition and the possibility that logical deductive inference my play a role in the learning of new words. I also study the organization of attention, working memory, and the connection of mind to world.
I am interested in the application of information theoretic methods to human language technologies such as automatic speech recognition, machine translation and natural language processing.
I am interested in computer vision and image understanding.
I am interested in developing, researching, and disseminating evidence-based research practices that transform instruction to ensure that all students, especially those with disabilities, are afforded the best possible educational opportunities.
My research attempts to identify the proper roles within a unified theory of cognition for symbolic computation, numerical neural computation, and statistical computation.