Who We Are

We are an interdisciplinary group interested in using brain-computer devices as a tool to study the neural mechanisms of visual perception in people with vision loss, with the ultimate goal of restoring useful vision to people living with incurable blindness using bionic technologies.

Our group combines expertise in computer science, psychology, human-computer interaction, computational neuroscience, and neuroengineering. Joining us requires a specific mindset—realizing that we can’t all possibly know everything, but that everyone provides a specific piece to the puzzle. Together we want to do science that matters.

Brain Sciences

Computational Neuroscience
Brain-Inspired Computing · ML/AI

Vision Sciences

Human & Machine Vision
Low Vision · Sight Restoration

Brain-Computer Devices

Visual Neuroprostheses
VR/AR/MR · Assistive Technologies