Dr. Ahn will give a lecture on reinforcement learning on Tuesday (9/3) and a workshop on hBayesDM on Friday (9/6) at the 2019 Computational Psychiatry Course organized by the Translational Neuromodeling Unit (TNU), Zürich. Slides and materials (e.g., codes) will be available in the CCS Lab GitHub soon.

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Dr. Ahn is selected as one of 2019 Creative-Pioneering Researchers (창의선도 신진) at SNU. The Creative-Pioneering Researchers Program at SNU will support our lab for up to nine years! A great news for the lab and big congratulations!


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We received the Convergence Research Grant from SNU to study the neurocognitive bases of moral decision making! The title of the project is “elucidating the role of value-based decision-making systems in moral decision making with neuroimaging and machine learning” (PI: Dr. Ahn, co-Is: Drs. Hackjin Kim, Choong-Wan Woo, and Byoung-Tak Zhang). We look forward to studying moral decision making with this interdisciplinary team of researchers!



With our collabrators at Ohio State (Dr. Jay Myung and Dr. Mark Pitt), Jaeyeong Yang and Dr. Ahn will give a workshop on ADOpy, a Python package for Adaptive Design Optimziation (ADO) at the 41st Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society to be held in Montreal, Canada. The half-day workshop will be on July 24, 2019 (title: Optimizing the design of an experiment using the ADOpy package: An introduction and tutorial). Its preprint and GitHub repo are available online!


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End-of-semester lab dinner and activities :)


Congratulations to Jaeyeong Yang and Yoonseo Zoh for receiving Best Oral and Poster Presentation Awards at the 2019 Annual Meeting of the Korean Cognitive Science Society!



Congratulations to Jihyun Hur (research assistant) on being accepted into the ABCD Workshop on Brain Development and Mental Health to be held in Portland, Oregon (August 19-23, 2019)!


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With generous support from SNU, we hosted Dr. Hakwan Lau’s visit to SNU and discussed potential collaboration on multivoxel fMRI neurofeedback.