Current students

  • Ron Amit (PhD)
  • Baruch Epsetin (PhD)
  • Dror Freirich (PhD)
  • Or Raveh (MSc)
  • Ron Teichner (PhD)

Graduated since 2008

  • Ahmad Zaid-Abassi (MSc, Lower-Dimensional Representations: Compression, Faithfulness and Relevance)
  • Orly Avner (MSc, Spike Train Decoding of Analog Signals with a Biologically Inspired Encoding Scheme)
  • Efrat Barak (MSc, A model for “what” and “where” in the cortex))
  • Omer Bobrowski (MSc, Real Time Spike Train Decoding by Neural Networks)
  • Dotan Di Castro (PhD, Aspects of Actor Critic Learning: Theory and Experiments)
  • Yedidyah Dordek (MSc, Extracting grid characteristics from spatially distributed place cell inputs)
  • Nir Even-Chen (MSc, Intrinsic modeling of repetitive time series with application for analysis of event-related potentials)
  • Yuval Harel (PhD, Optimal Encoding of Dynamic Stimuli in Sensory Neural Populations)
  • Omri Harosh (MSc), Exploration in Continuous Domains Using Pseudo-Counts
  • Alon Hazan (MSc, Learning and attention in recurrent neural networks)
  • Reuven Horon (MSc,¬†Representation issues in recurrent neural networks)
  • Gil Litichever (MSc, Multi Model Bayesian Reinforcement Learning)
  • Daniel Soudry (PhD, Neurons: from biophysics to functionality)
  • Aviv Tamar (MSc, Integrating Partial Model Knowledge in Model Free RL Algorithms)
  • Ehud Trainin (PhD, The joint action of biomechanics and neural control)
  • Dmitry¬† Volkinshtein (MSc, Existence and Feasibility of a Forward Model in Motor Control)
  • Avner Wallach (PhD, Closed loop control of neural systems)
  • Eyal Yaakobi (MSc, Exploration in deep neural networks)
  • Steve Yaeli (MSc, Optimal Neural Encoding – Mathematical Foundations and Biological Implications)