Georgia Tech Neuro Seminar Series

"New Perspectives on Connectivity Dynamics and Local Spatial Flows in BOLD fMRI"

Robyn Miller, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Computer Science
Georgia State University

*Lunch provided for in-person attendees

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Research

Professor Miller's interests are in image analysis, signal processing, machine learning, explainable deep learning and, more generally in developing methods for mining useful predictive patterns from complex high-dimensional data. Her recent work with the TReNDS center has focused on spatiotemporally and graphically dynamic data from the functional neuroimaging domain. She also applied graph theory and machine learning to problems in 2D fracture dynamics as part of a larger institutional effort at Los Alamos National Laboratory to reduce the prohibitive computational expense of continuous time/space fracture models.

"New Perspectives on Connectivity Dynamics and Local Spatial Flows in BOLD fMRI" - Robyn Miller, Ph.D. - Georgia State University

Contact:

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