Distinguished Speaker Series: Michele Rucci, University of Rochester (Hosted by Marianne Maertens)
Michele Rucci investigates the computational and biological mechanisms underlying visual perception following an ecological approach that studies vision in conjunction with motor behavior – in particular eye movements and characteristics of natural environments. In his Active Perception Laboratory, his work has led to multiple findings on the roles of eye movements in the encoding of visual information and the establishment of spatial representations, leading to the development of new tools for experimental studies and robots directly controlled by models of neural pathways.
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