Angela YuAssociate Professor
Since 2008, Dr. Yu has directed the Computational Cognitive Neuroscience Laboratory at UCSD, which studies the computational problems faced by intelligent agents, as well as their algorithmic solutions in natural and artificial intelligence systems. Previously, Dr. Yu studied at MIT (B.S. in Brain & Cognitive Sciences, Mathematics, Computer Science), UCL Gatsby Unit (PhD in Computational Neuroscience), and received postdoctoral training at Princeton University (Center for the Brain, Mind, and Behavior). Currently, Dr. Yu is working on learning and decision-making under uncertainty, the contribution of volitional movement to representation learning, as well as social cognition.