August 05, 2022
Jayson Cortez and Megan Stickler obtained their PhDs this year. Megan started as assistant professor at Carthage College. Jayson returned to the Philippines where he is an assistant professor at the University of Philippines at Los Baños.
May 21, 2022
Alan Akil wrote his thesis on the dynamics of balanced networks under plasticity. I gave an overview of the results, starting with a 30 minute introduction to the subject in a on online IBS Biomedical Mathematics Colloquium.
Here is a The link to the talk.
August 01, 2021
Last year we published an article in Physical Review Letters on a simple model
of social decision making. We studied a network of agents who can observer only each other’s decisions, but not the evidence that led to it, and showed that a heterogeneous collection of agents often makes better decisions.
Here is a nice discussion of the results by Richard Blythe with a link to the paper.
May 01, 2021
Congratulations to former group member Alan Akil on graduating.
Kate Nguyen graduated in 2020, and is currently a postdoc at the German Primate Center
In 2020 we also said good-bye to postdoc Bhargav Karamched who started as an
assistant professor at Florida State University.
October 14, 2018
Agents only share their decision states, and so can arrive at different decisions, as opposed to common knowledge results.
August 01, 2018
Here is a nice article about the work the NeuroNex program does to understand the complexity of the brain.
August 01, 2018
Congratulations to former group members Adrian Radillo and James Winkle on graduating.
December 01, 2017
A five-year NeuroNex grant has been awarded to a group of Houston area
computational neuroscientists, including the Josić group
October 25, 2017
Grant awarded to Joshua Gold (University of Pennsylvania), Zack Kilpatrick (CU, Boulder), and our group to study decision making.
May 11, 2017
Here are a couple popular articles on our research in the Daily
Cougar and on the NSM Website.