the lab is new and growing, and generally offers employment and research opportunities. please, contact professor alan stocker for all inquiries.
there are opportunities for enthusiastic and well-qualified post-doctoral associates to work in the general area of computational perception. current research projects in the laboratory are focused on understanding the role of adaptation in perception, modeling sequential decision making during perceptual tasks, and deriving neural decoding models that link neural population responses to perceptual behavior.
students interested in joining the lab and earning a PhD degree should directly apply to either the psychology graduate program, the neuroscience graduate program, the bioengineering graduate program, or the electrical and systems engineering program. application deadlines are typically near the first week of december.