MRI of my brain.
This website is under renovation, veale.science will be my new primary home page.
I am Assistant Professor at Kyoto University doing research in the Neuroscience and Neurobiology Lab. My home base is the Medical Education Center, through which I teach several courses in the General Education (ILAS) department. My primary courses are: (Spring) Statistics and Behavioral Neuroscience A and (Fall) Behavioral Neuroscience B and Medical Psychology. You can find my course material on PANDA if you are a Kyoto University student.
I have several projects. My primary field is neuro-robotics and computational neuroscience. In addition to publishing research, I release as open source many of the libraries I develop, see github. I also release apps for iPhone/iPad, see reveal[e]saliency.
Previously, I was a JSPS research fellow (postdoc) at the National Institute for Physiological Sciences (NIPS) in Japan, where I work with Tadashi Isa and Masatoshi Yoshida.
Previously, I was a Ph.D. student in cognitive science and computer science at Indiana University. My research area is Developmental NeuroRobotics, a marriage of computational neuroscience and robotics with a focus on understanding the early development of organisms.