Michael Landy

Psychology and Center for Neural Science, New York University, NY

How does vision determine the size, shape and boundaries of objects in our environment? Research in my lab centers on various aspects of visual perception and the visual control of action. Recent research on the visual system has grown into an exciting collaboration among psychologists, physiologists, computer scientists, and mathematicians. My research continues to blur the lines between these fields in two ways. First, traditional psychophysical methods are enhanced using advanced computer graphics and image processing techniques for stimulus generation and analysis. Second, both mathematical methods and computer simulations are used to model the psychophysical results. The simulation models attempt to reflect a feasible physiological implementation, as I have a strong interest in neural network models of vision.

Primary Recipient Awards

International Visiting Research Scholars, Michael Landy, 2016

Michael Landy
Ipek Oruc

Related Event

Apr 262017
International Visiting Research Scholar public talk
Human behavior responds to sensory cues from our environment. Given multiple sources of noisy information about the world, human behavior can often best be described as near-...