Tomaso Poggio

Position: Professor
Department: Brain and Cognitive Sciences
Phone: (617) 253-0551

Tomaso Poggio is one of the founders of computational neuroscience. He pioneered models of the fly’s visual system and of human stereovision, introduced regularization theory to computational vision, made key contributions to the biophysics of computation and to learning theory, developed an influential model of recognition in the visual cortex.  



Eugene McDermott Professor in the Brain Sciences and Human Behavior
Director of the Center for Biological and Computational Learning (CBCL)
Investigator, McGovern Institute

Short CV with publications

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Office: 46-5177B