Our Lab Logo!The Computational Sensorimotor Systems Laboratory

    Timothy K. Horiuchi  &  Jonathan Z. Simon

The Computational Sensorimotor Systems Lab focuses on the exploration, analysis, modeling and implementation of biological sensorimotor systems for both scientific and engineering purposes. Specifically, we are interested in the neural basis of fast, accurate sensorimotor processing and long-term learning in these systems.  Prof. Horiuchi specializes in neuromorphic analog VLSI design, neural computation in sensorimotor systems (e.g., bats), and their application to mobile robotics.  Prof. Simon specializes in the application of modern signal processing techniques in the analysis of magnetoencephalography (MEG) for auditory processing in humans.

Horiuchi Group    Photo: Horiuchi             jzsimonSimon Group

Within the University of Maryland, we are associated with the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, the Institute for Systems Research, the Neuroscience and Cognitive Sciences Program, the Department of Biology, the Applied Mathematics and Scientific Computation Program, and the Bioengineering Department.

Computational Sensorimotor Systems Laboratory
2270B & 2269/2267  A. V. Williams Bldg
University of Maryland
College Park, MD
(for individual contact info:  see Horiuchi Lab or Simon Lab, above)

Lab Telephones:  Horiuchi Area:  301-405-7457,  Simon Area: 301-405-9604

FAX #:  301-314-9920

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