Argha received his Ph.D. degree in Applied Mathematics at Indian Institute of Technology (Indian School of Mines), Dhanbad, India in 2018. His research interests are Mathematical and Computational Neuroscience. Currently, he is working on neural networks modeling for learning. Apart from research, he enjoys playing Tabla, a musical instrument, reading Bengali story books and cooking.
Merav received her Ph.D, in honor,. from Hebrew University’s Interdisciplinary Center for Neural Computation, in collaboration with Columbia University’s Center for Theoretical Neuroscience. In her Postoctoral work Merav is striving for a deeper understanding of how our brains process information. Her work seeks to identify brain areas that alter their activity during the course of learning a visually-guided behavioral task. Her approach incorporates mathematical tools to reveal, understand and model neural recordings and trained artificial networks