Nadav Ben-Shushan is trained as a physicist (Bsc Hebrew University, MSc Weizmann Institute). His masters work was in the field of computational neuroscience, supervised by Misha Tsyodyks, exploring how one can use randomly connected neural networks to generate stable time varying outputs. He is currently a PhD student supervised by Yoram Burak, exploring the origin and role of fixational eye movments (drift) in visual inference.
- The Brain and Computation, Spring 2018. Visiting Graduate Student.