People

Shreya Saxena is as an Assistant Professor at the University of Florida in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering. Read more about Shreya here.

Email: shreya.saxena_at_ufl_dot_edu

 

 


Graduate Students

Yongxu Zhang is a first-year PhD student in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, with a Masters’ degree from UF ECE. His current research focuses on early and reliable classification of behavior from brain-wide neural data, using recurrent neural networks. Find his CV here.

Email: zhangyongxu_at_ufl_dot_edu

 

 

Noman Almani is a first-year PhD student in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering. His current research lies in developing deep reinforcement learning algorithms for the control of anatomically-accurate limb models of humans and non-human primates.

Email: malmani_at_ufl_dot_edu

 

Daiyao Yi is a first-year PhD student in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, with a Masters’ degree from the University of Michigan. Her current research focuses on behavioral modeling and pose estimation from high-dimensional video data across subjects. Find her website and CV here.

Email: yidaiyao_at_ufl_dot_edu

 

Chetan Dhulipalla is a second-year Masters’ student in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, with a BSc from UF BME. His current research focuses on exploring continual learning in recurrent neural networks.

Email: cdhulipalla21_at_ufl_dot_edu

 

 

Woohyun Eum is a first-year Masters’ student in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, with a BS from Konkuk university, in South Korea. His current research focuses on reconstructing preformed decision based on correlation of neural activities using Bayesian models.

Email: woohyun.eum_at_ufl_dot_edu


Undergraduate Students

Jaxton Willman is a senior in the Department of Mechanical Engineering. His current research focuses on system identification and control of anatomically-accurate biomechanical human limb models. He aims to study neurological disorders using these models.

Email: jaxtonwillman_at_ufl_dot_edu

 

Carlton Smith is a senior in the Department of Physics and Mathematics. His current research involves developing methods to measure the similarity of neural activity of subjects across multiple sessions with an added goal of developing an algorithmic means of comparing activity across subjects.

Email: carltonsmith_at_ufl_dot_edu

 

1,047 BEST Neuron Cartoon IMAGES, STOCK PHOTOS & VECTORS | Adobe StockHarrison Santiago is a senior in the Department of Computer Science. His current research involves developing dynamic models for behavior and investigating the role of neural activity in decision-making.

Email: harrison.santiag_at_ufl_dot_edu

 


Alumni

Undergraduate Students

      • Alec Karmen
      • Jose Romero

Summer Researchers

2021
      • Chirantan Sen (Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Mississipi State University), SURF Program. Comparing Mouse Behavioral Patterns Using Computational Analysis and Transfer Learning.
      • Junxiang Zhang (SUSTech University)
      • Xinguo Fang (Zhejiang University)
      • Yuchen Cao (Zhejiang University)