Michael is interested in understanding the neural population inferring the world when an agent is foraging/hunting in interactive and dynamic environments.
Michael got his B.S in biomedical science and psychology at Handong University.
He obtained his Ph.D. in neuroscience from the University of Minnesota (Advisor: Dr. Benjamin Hayden)
and subsequently did his postdoc at Massachusetts Institution of Technology (Advisor: Dr. Mehrdad Jazayeri).
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Selin is a second year undergraduate student majoring computer science at the department of software at Sungkyunkwan University. She was awarded with prestigious Samsung Global Scholarship to attend Sungkyunkwan University. Before transferring, she studied mathematics for a year at Middle East Technical University in Turkey.