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I will be graduating by Spring '21, and I am looking for postdocs and any job opportunities in Cognitive Psychology / Machine Learning & AI / Computer Vision

I am a 5th year PhD student in the Department of Psychological & Brain Sciences, Johns Hopkins University. I work primarily with Dr. Jon Flombaum, and am currently collaborating with Dr. Ian Phillips for my dissertation. My dissertation work is on how we represent and process time in our mind. In the past, I have worked on understanding the mechanisms behind the limitations of our visual cognition using eye tracking and computational modelling.

In addition, I also work on comics. I am currently collaborating with Dr. Neil Cohn where I am investigating whether we process visual narratives based on narrative syntax trees using computational models in natural language processing.

I am very interested in building computational models to study how human cognition works. I try to keep up with the research in Machine Learning / Deep Learning community to this end. Some of the issues that I deeply care about are the symbolic vs. distributed representations, and their role in cognition.

Feel free to reach out if you have any questions regarding my research. I am currently located at

Ames 150, Department of Psychological & Brain Sciences, 3400 N. Charles Street, Baltimore, MD - 21218, USA.

or email me at supadhy6 at jhu dot edu

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