Computational Biology, Neuroscience
New York University
Dr. Simoncelli is also a professor of neural science, mathematics, and psychology at New York University.
Computational Models of Vision
Dr. Simoncelli is also Professor of Neural Science, Mathematics, and Psychology at New York University. He began his higher education as a physics major at Harvard, went to Cambridge University on a Knox Fellowship to study mathematics for a year and a half, and earned a doctorate in electrical engineering and computer science at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He then joined the faculty of the Computer and Information Science Department at the University of Pennsylvania. In 1996, he moved to NYU as part of the Sloan Center for Theoretical Visual Neuroscience.