Robbe Lieve Theofiel Goris
Research Interests

Dr. Goris is interested in the function of the primate visual system. The purpose of his research is to understand the computations performed by single neurons and populations of neurons in the visual and association areas of the cerebral cortex, and express that understanding in mathematical models. To achieve this, his lab uses a diverse set of research tools: behavioral experiments, computational modeling, and monkey physiology. Conceptually, his work is subdivided in three broad areas that are concerned with the encoding of visual information, the corruption of this information by noise, and the decoding of this information to guide behavior.

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