Virtual Lecture by Michael Kahana: Human Memory
Michael Kahana is a professor at University of Pennsylvania. He runs a computational memory lab, where Prof. Kahana and his team use mathematical modeling and computational techniques to study human memory. These quantitative methods are applied both to data from laboratory studies of human memory and from electrophysiological studies involving direct human brain recordings in neurosurgical patients.
Please contact Cordula Ullah if you would like to participate by June 3rd, 2020. You will then be sent a zoom link.