Ibrahim Che Hashim
Research Interests: Machine Learning; Perceptual Learning; Cognitive Architectures; Visual Processing
About me: In my bachelor’s degree I studied neuroscience at Maastricht University. I completed my thesis under Prof. Peter de Weerd on the role of oscillations in perceptual learning. To further enhance my knowledge of visual processing I completed a Research Master in Cognitive and Clinical Neuroscience at Maastricht University. My master thesis was an investigation on the effect of internal models on visual short-term memory under Prof. Lars Muckli at the University of Glasgow. During my master’s degree I developed a strong interest in the development of biologically plausible AI systems, which I hope to research in my role as a PhD candidate.