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Daniel Leeds


Associate Professor
Associate Chair for Undergraduate Studies (Rose Hill)
Computer and Information Science Department
Fordham University

Contact

332 John Mulcahy Hall
Phone: 718-817-5196
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Teaching

I am teaching Theory of Computation (CISC 40900) and Machine Learning (CISC 5800).

Research interests

I direct the Computational Neuroscience Laboratory at Fordham, powered by talented undergraduates and Masters students in Computer Science and Integrative Neuroscience. My research studies the computational principles underlying perception and cognition. I pursue connections between the statistical patterns of the natural world of sights and the resulting representations in the minds of human and animal observers. I also have begun work modeling potential sources of cognitive decline. My work draws on theories in computer vision, machine learning, psychology, biology, and statistics, among other areas. I also dedicate significant attention to the development and application of data analysis techniques to gain better understandings of neural (and other biological) data.