Khaled Al Kamha
final year MA student of Cognitive Science at Yeditepe University. He graduated from Applied Science University (ASU) of Jordan with a BSc in Software Engineering.
Khaled‘s passion to study the human brain started when his supervisor at ASU told him that the brain generates electrical signals which could be analyzed using a computer. His undergrad project was a classification of EEG signals using feature extraction and machine learning.
Currently, Khaled is working on modelling human visual processes; his MA thesis focuses on 3D modelling of motion in terms of clusters. He wishes to pursue a PhD where he can answer questions at the intersection of human perception, attention, and memory.