I like to study how our brain controls what we see and remember. I like to build models of attention to understand how our brain can direct it's limited resources efficiently to create a construct of the world around us.
I am a postdoctoral research fellow at the Visual Attention Lab working with Jeremy Wolfe and Gabriel Krieman . I received my Ph.D. in Computer Science at the University of Massachusetts, Boston where my adviser was Marc Pomplun. I have a B.A in Computer Science and Physics and an M.A in Psychology from Mount Holyoke College.
Research Interests: visual attention, multiple object tracking , memory, scene perception, computational modeling using DNNs