We have five new graduate students this fall. Join us in welcoming them to JHU!
New PhD Students
Raj comes with a BS in biology from the Indian Institute of Science. He is interested in visual perception, computational models of neural systems, psychophysics, and fMRI and will be working with Prof. Mick Bonner.
Kelsey earned her BA in Cognitive Science at Carleton College and went on to complete an MS in Electrical Engineering at KAIST (Republic of Korea). Kelsey will also be working with Prof. Mick Bonner and is interested in computational modeling, neuroimaging, visual perception, and representation in biological and artificial systems.
Paul is no stranger to Hopkins, having earned his BS in Computer Science and MA in Cognitive Science at JHU. We’re happy to have him join our PhD program working with Prof. Paul Smolensky. His research interests are in computational modeling, neural implementation of structure, and probabilistic models of cognition.
New MA Students
Renee holds a BA in Cognitive Science from Berkeley and will be working with Prof. Geraldine Legendre. Her research interest span computational linguistics, bilingualism, and cognitive neuroscience.
Alex is interested in semantics, pragmatics, syntax, and computational semantics, holds a BA in computer science and English from Columbia. Prior to joining us Alex worked as a software developer. He’ll be working with Prof. Kyle Rawlins.