The Moscow Vision Modelling Lab research focus is computational models of vision. Our primary approach is computational cognitive neuroscience with members and partners in cognitive psychology, computer science and cognitive neuroscience. Computational modelling has been an important and growing technique within psychology and neuroscience in recent years due to its ability to quantify best current theories of cognition, make testable predictions that can be verified experimentally, and integrate results from diverse experiments into a complex model.
We congratulate Joe MacInnes on the new article "Russian blues reveal the limits of language influencing colour discrimination" in Cognition!
Vision Modelling Lab invites applications for postdoctoral research positions in the field of computational models of attention that simulates functioning of human visual and oculomotor systems.
Vision Modelling Lab invites applications for postdoctoral research positions in the field of computational models of attention.
The Vision Modelling Lab conducted the 25th Research Seminar, within which upcoming events in the laboratory were discussed
Congratulations to our colleagues Sofya Krasovskaya and Joseph MacInnes on the publication of a new article in Vision!
Congratulations to the staff of the Vision Modelling Laboratory, Sofya Krasovskaya and Joseph MacInnes, with the publication of a new article in Vision!
On the 21st of September in Vision Modelling Laboratory there was a beginner's eye tracking workshop using a new eye tracker "EyeLink 1000 Plus"
From 18 to 22 of August, 2019, the 20th European Conference on Eye Movements was held in Alicante, Spain, in which the members of our laboratory took part.
The Vision Modelling Lab conducted the 23rd Research Seminar, during which the guest researchers from Lomonosov Moscow State University visited our laboratory