Prof. Veeky Baths, Associate Professor and heading the Cognitive Neuroscience Lab at BITS, Pilani K.K. Birla Goa Campus: Lead Round table Track:
Dr. Nithin Nagraj, is an Associate Professor at Consciousness Studies Programme, NIAS, Bengaluru. His research areas include complexity theories of consciousness, causality testing in neuroscience, and brain-inspired machine learning.
Mayur Jartarkar, is a PhD Scholar at the Cognitive Neuroscience Lab, Dept. of Biological Sciences, BITS Pilani, K. K. Birla Goa Campus. His research areas are Consumer Neuroscience and Decision Making.
Alish Dipani, is a 2020 Computer Science Graduate. His current research interests include Speech Processing, Visual Processing and Computational Modelling. He will be speaking on Imagined Speech
Rajaswa Patil, is a final year Electrical Engineering undergraduate. He is currently working on Syntactic Processing and L2 Language Acquisition. He will be talking about Syntactic Processing and Language Comprehension data.
Pranav Mahajan is a final year Electronics and Communications Engineering undergraduate. He is presently working on topics including Alzheimer's dementia, Pain Neuroscience and Spoken language processing. He will be discussing Early detection and tracking the progression of Alzheimer’s dementia.
Sharad Chitlangia is a final year Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering undergraduate. His current research interests include Real World Machine Learning. He will be talking about the importance of Inductive Biases in Learning Systems.
Arijit Gupta is a pre-final year Electronics and Instrumentation undergraduate. He is currently working on Child Language Acquisition and Mental Lexicon Development. He will be speaking on child language data.
Ajay Subramanian: is a final year students at BITS Goa research interests are in reinforcement learning, computer vision and cognitive science. I will speak about "Word2Brain2Image: A data-driven approach towards understanding representations in the brain"
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