Vison Center Lab


Micah Richert

Interests:

Schooling:
2002-2008 Computational Neurobiology, Ph.D., UCSD
1997-2001 Computer Engineering, B.S., UCSD

Publications:
Cosyne 2008 Poster: Maximally Informative Dimensions Using an Approximate Mutual Information Measure and Wavelets
SfN 2007 Poster: Excitatory and suppressive substructure of MT receptive fields
SfN 2005 Talk: A reverse-correlation method to assess fine spatial structure of MT receptive fields
Cosyne 2005 Poster: A reverse-correlation method to assess fine spatial structure of MT receptive fields
TBD Paper: The fine-structure of MT receptive fields
Under Review Paper: A non-parametric circular test for differences in mean direction with extremely low circular concentrations.
TBD Paper: A Heuristic Approach to Maximally Informative Dimensions.
TBD Paper: Modulatory Receptive Field Structure of Area MT Revealed By Maximally Informative Dimensions.


For now here are a few additional things of interest:

Recipes

micah@salk.edu

1-858-453-4100, ext. 1656


Micah Richert
Salk Institute, VCL
10010 North Torrey Pines Road
La Jolla, CA 92037