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CANCELLED: Duke Neurobiology Invited Seminar: Kanaka Rajan


Kanaka Rajan

Kanaka Rajan is a Computational Neuroscientist and Associate Professor at the Friedman Brain Institute at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai in New York. Her research seeks to understand how important cognitive functions - such as learning, remembering, and deciding - emerge from the cooperative activity of multi-scale neural processes. Using data from neuroscience experiments, Kanaka applies computational frameworks derived from machine learning and statistical physics to uncover integrative theories about the brain that bridge neurobiology and artificial intelligence.


Lecture/Talk, Research