Our goal is to develop brain-morphic computational methods that integrate with the brain activity, from the micro (neural) to the macro (behavioral) scale.
Our methods 1) mimic, 2) explain, and 3) interact with the brain across the spatial and temporal domains of its function.
Our research focuses on the computational principles of brain plasticity, from emulating it to serve people's life to targeting it to assist people's recovery.
- How does the brain compute and learn to achieve the remarkable behavior?
- When could we computationally approach a brain disease?
- How could we use computational analytics to precisely target a therapy for a brain disease?
We apply our research on biomimetic and neurorehabilitation robotics.