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Vasilis Karlaftis

Biography:

I graduated from the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (AUTh) with a diploma in Electrical and Computer Engineering. My thesis was on Transductive Support Vector Machines (TSVM) and their application in classification problems. In September 2013 I joined the lab of Dr. Andrew Welchman and Professor Zoe Kourtzi as a Marie Curie research fellow of the Perceptual Representation of Illumination, Shape & Material (PRISM) network. I am currently investigating structural changes in the human brain in the context of hierarchical predictive learning using diffusion tensor imaging (DTI).

Outside the lab I enjoy playing football and cycling around Cambridge.

Departments and Institutes

Peterhouse:
Graduate student

Research Interests

I am interested in the role of basal ganglia in the brain and more specifically in the involvement of corticostriatal loops in learning. My current project seeks to associate changes in striatal structural connectivity with different learning strategies in hierarchical predictive paradigms.

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BRAINFest 2017

Jun 29, 2017

This June the Adaptive Brain Lab was delighted to talk about neuroscience with the general public at Cambridge’s first ever BRAINFest.

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