YKavli May Lunch Q&A (Zoom)

Event Dates (Pacific Time): 
May 6, 2020 -
1:00pm to 2:30pm

Please Note: This meeting will be held online via Zoom.

The Kavli Institute for Brain and Mind (KIBM) hosts meetings for early career researchers to help foster their research community at UCSD. Our goal is to bring early career researchers (non-faculty) together so they can meet, network and share research. This event is open only to EARLY CAREER RESEARCHERS (grad student/ postdoc/ project scientist).

Join us for this Q&A Zoom session on research and career development!

Q&A: research and career development

with Dr. Judith Fan

Bio: Dr. Fan is an assistant professor in the Department of Psychology at UCSD. Her lab focuses to address questions at the intersection of cognitive science, computational neuroscience, and AI, more specifically to understand human visual communication.

Recent publications:

  1. Fan, J., Yamins, D., and Turk-Browne, N. (2018). Common object representations for visual production and recognition. Cognitive Science.  
  2. Fan, J., Hawkins, R., Wu, M., and Goodman, N. (2019). Pragmatic inference and visual abstraction enable contextual flexibility in visual communication.) Computational Brain & Behavior.
  3. Hawkins, R., Sano, M., Goodman, N., and Fan, J. (2019). Graphical convention formation during visual communication. Cognitive Science Society Proceedings.

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Chair: Kiana Miyamoto