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University of California
Berkeley, CA 94720
The sensory information available for organisms is sometimes too noisy and impoverished to perceive
the world as stable and to make appropriate decisions. I’m interested in how the visual system compensates
for such a noisy sensory input to establish continuous and coherent representations of the outer world.
I received a PhD in Cognitive and Behavioral Science from the University of Tokyo in 2017.
I joined the Whitney lab in April 2017 as a JSPS postdoctoral fellow for overseas research.