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Bruno Olshausen

Professor, Helen Wills Neuroscience Institute
and School of Optometry, UC Berkeley

and Director, Redwood Center for Theoretical Neuroscience

Latest paper:

20 years of learning about vision: Questions answered, questions unanswered, and questions not yet asked. In: 20 Years of Computational Neuroscience (Symposium of the CNS 2010 annual meeting) pdf


Research      ·     Publications       ·     CV

Courses

UC Berkeley:

VS 265 - Neural Computation (fall 2010)

UC Davis:

NPB 261B - Topics in Vision (winter 2005)
NPB 263 - Information processing models: Minds and machines (Spring 2004)

NPB 163/PSC 128 - Information processing models in neuroscience and psychology (Winter 2004)
PSC 290 - Computational Neuroscience (Spring 2002)
PSC 129 - Sensory Processes  (Winter 2002)
NPB 261/PSC 290 - Vision Science (Spring 2001)
Natural scene statistics and sensory coding (Spring 2001)
Computational neuroscience (Winter 2001)
Object recognition journal club (Fall 2000)
PSC 290: "Minds and Machines" (Spring 2000)

Software

Book

book-cover Probabilistic Models of the Brain: Perception and Neural Function.  
R. P. N. Rao, B. A. Olshausen, and M. S. Lewicki, Eds.  MIT Press, 2002.

Workshops

Links

IQ Engines

ciar Canadian Institute for Advanced Research

 COSYNE meeting

eye  Vision Science Home Page

  Jumping Spider Web page (no pun intended)
    Fab photos


Email: baolshausen at berkeley dot edu

Mailing address:
Redwood Center for Theoretical Neuroscience
UC Berkeley
575A Evans Hall, MC 3198
Berkeley, CA 94720-3198

or        
School of Optometry, UC Berkeley
360 Minor Hall, MC 2020
Berkeley, CA 94720-2020