By Doug Ramsey, 858-822-5825, email@example.com
San Diego, CA, April 25, 2007 -- The Temporal Dynamics of Learning Center (TDLC) announced today that the University of California, San Diego has awarded grants to support four graduate students working on motion capture and brain dynamics under TDLC's aegis.
- Paul Hammon (Electrical and Computer Engineering);
- Duangmanee (Pew) Putthividhya (Electrical and Computer Engineering);
- Dan Liu (Cognitive Science); and
- Nicole Swann (Neuroscience).
The graduate students will carry out their study in two of the TDLC facilities constructed at UCSD: the Motion Capture Facility, led by cognitive science professor Emo Todorov; and the Brain Dynamics Facility, led by Scott Makeig, director of the Swartz Center for Computational Neuroscience.
Funding beyond the first year may be available, but renewals will not be automatically awarded. To obtain support for subsequent years, students will be required to submit an annual progress report to the Dean of Graduate Studies by March 1, 2008.