KOHLER VISUAL NEUROSCIENCE LAB
KOHLERLAB
KVNL

YORK UNIVERSITY
YORK UNIVERSITY
YORK

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Erez Freud York University York University York U

Erez FreudErez is another recent addition to the Center for Vision Research. He joined York University as an Assistant Professor in 2018. His interests in object perception and mid- to high-level vision are closely aligned with the KVNL, so it was natural to begin collaborating as soon as Peter Kohler arrived at York. Erez is a co-advisor to Rachel Moreau and our two labs are currently doing joint lab meetings. More information is available on the Freud lab website.

Nihan Alp Sabanci University Sabanci University Sabanci U

Nihan Alp

Sebastian Bosse Fraunhofer Institute for Telecommunications, HHI Fraunhofer Institute for Telecommunications, HHI Fraunhofer HHI

Sebastian BosseSebastian Bosse is a senior researcher with the Machine Learning group and the Image Video Coding group in the Video Coding & Analytics Department at the Fraunhofer Institute for Telecommunications – Heinrich Hertz Institute, in Berlin, Germany. Sebastian’s major research interests are image and video compression, human visual perception for image communications, and neural correlates of perceived image quality and quality of experience, as well as signal processing. Peter Kohler met Sebastian when the latter was a visiting scholar at Stanford University, and then have had an ongoing collaboration since.

Alasdair Clarke University of Essex University of Essex U of Essex

Alasdair Clarke

Benoit Cottereau Université de Toulouse Université de Toulouse U de Toulouse

Benoit Cottereau

Tony Norcia Stanford University Stanford University Stanford

Tony NorciaTony is the head of the Stanford Visual Neurodevelopment Lab and a world leader in visual neuroscience. Tony has pioneered the use of steady-state visual-evoked potentials to study all aspects of visual perception and development for decades, and continues to drive the field forward. Peter Kohler worked under Tony as a post-doc for several years, and continues to benefit from his insights through collaborations and discussions.