Henry Wolf IGERT fellow in Neurobiology of Language at the University of Connecticut. Founder of chaoticneural.com and wolfnotes.org.

individual differences in sensitivity to homophony in visual word recognition

20 sec read

I successfully defended my MS thesis, titled Individual Differences in Sensitivity to Homophony in Visual Word Recognition, on 24 April 2017. Follow the link to download and read.

Since then, I have been working on my general exams (two literature reviews to be defended in November) and attending summer schools. I attended the MILA Deep Learning Summer School in Montreal this June, and am writing this post from the Data Science Summer School at École Polytechnique (near Paris, France). See my Twitter account (@chaoticneural) for live tweets from these and future events.

Apologies for the long title.

Henry Wolf IGERT fellow in Neurobiology of Language at the University of Connecticut. Founder of chaoticneural.com and wolfnotes.org.

the march of change

I purchased a new website that will serve as an educational resource to the machine learning and data science spaces. Yes, I know this...
Henry Wolf
31 sec read

a year of quiet

Henry Wolf
1 min read

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *