We are an interdisciplinary laboratory working on the border between human cognition and machine intelligence. We belong to Department of Psychology, University of Miami

By building computational models and conducting experiments to study human behavior and brain imaging data, we aim to understand the computation underlying learning, decision making, and spontaneous thoughts. Along the way, we contribute new tools to the community. The main goal of computational models in our lab is not to simulate the system, but rather to understand the high-level computation that the system realizes, and the functionality these computations fulfill.

We also take inspiration from human perception, cognition, and development to build deep learning methods that learn models of the world with similar constraint faced by infants.

We will be accepting PhD student for Fall 2025, apply here in September (through cognitive and behavioral neuroscience track)!

A postdoc position (with preference on studying spontaneous thoughts by fMRI) is available immediately!

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