Associate Instructional Professor
Academic coordinator of the undergraduate programs, Department of Statistics and the College
My research is about how the brain learns and stores information. Unlike computers, our brain stores information associatively — it is poor at memorizing details but good at recalling one object from related ones. Biological observations of synaptic plasticity provide a cellular basis for the model of associative memory and learning. I am interested in properties of various learning models, in particular, memory capacity.
I am also interested in statistics education.