I'm a master's student with Mark Daley at Western University
in the Computer Science department, specializing in neuroinformatics.
I graduated from Honors Psychology at Western in 2011, and during the
2011-2012 academic year I completed a Post-Degree Module in Computer Science.
The topic of my master's thesis is the implementation of an fMRI
preprocessing pipeline on field programmable gate arrays (FPGA). My other
current research interests include automated MRI tissue segmentation algorithms
and autobiographical memory models for AI robots.
I'm also interested in brain-computer interface (BCI) technologies and novel applications of traditional machine learning techniques. In the past I've studied various topics including the theory of embodied cognition, spatial ability correlates, and both theoretical and practical applications of computational neural-network models.