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Adaptive Brain Lab


Ye joined the Adaptive Brain Lab in 2022 as a research assistant and is interested in using psychophysics, multi-modal neuroimaging, neuropsychology and modelling methods, to systematically investigate the mesoscale cerebral mechanisms and circuits underlying human adaptive behaviour and learning which in turn inspire artificial neural networks and models as well as translations in clinical and industrial settings. 


Ye has a BSc (psychology) and honours degree (entrepreneurship & innovation) from Zhejiang University (Hangzhou, China) exploring basic vision and its neuroplasticity, human factor analysis, and cognitive training. Ye travelled to Cambridge to pursue an MPhil on neural networks of object recognition under prior predictions (with Dr Alex Clarke).

Outside the lab Ye enjoys athletic training, playing BUCS and competing with Oxford.



PhD Student

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