Professor; School of Eletrical and Computer Engineering
Director; Sensory Information Processing Lab
Centergy One 5218
Georgia Institute of Technology
Biological and computational vision Theoretical and computational neuroscience High-dimensional data analysis Distributed computing in novel architectures Applications in imaging, remote sensing, and biotechnology Dr. Rozell's research interests focus on the intersection of computational neuroscience and signal processing. One branch of this work aims to understand how neural systems organize and process sensory information, drawing on modern engineering ideas to develop improved data analysis tools and theoretical models. The other branch of this work uses recent insight into neural information processing to develop new and efficient approaches to difficult data analysis tasks.
Research Affiliations: Institute for Robotics and Intelligent Machines, Center for Neural Engineering