Classes

Computational Cognitive Neuroscience (COGS 123 / COGS 223 / CSE 173 / EECS 273)

Semester: 

Spring

Offered: 

2017

Design and analysis of computational simulations of human behavior and brain function. Techniques for modeling active membranes, individual neurons, the dynamics produced by recurrent excitation and lateral inhibition, synaptic plasticity, and the computational role of neurotransmitters. Formal models of perception, attention, learning, memory, language, categorization, and cognitive control.

Introduction to Artificial Intelligence (COGS 125 / CSE 175)

Semester: 

Fall

Offered: 

2016

Provides an overview of the main concepts and algorithms underlying the understanding and construction of intelligent systems: agents, problem solving, search, representation, reasoning, planning, communication, perception, robotics, neural networks. Includes practical experimentation of algorithms in computer labs.