Physics

Juan Lin

Professor of Physics, Emeritus
Education
  • B.A., College of Creative Studies, University of California, Santa Barbara, 1971
  • M.A., Stony Brook University, New York, 1973
  • Ph.D., Stony Brook University, New York, 1976
Research Spotlight

Recent Publications

Modeling spatial-temporal operations with context-dependent associative memories. E. Mizraji and J. Lin. Cogn. Neurodyn. 9: 523โ€“534 (2015).

The feeling of understanding: an exploration with neural models. E. Mizraji and J. Lin. Cogn. Neurodyn. 11: .135โ€“146 (2017)

Improving Neural Models of Language with Input-Output Tensor Contexts. E. Mizraji, A. Pomi, and J. Lin. A. Karpov et al. (Eds.). SPECOM 2018, LLNAI 11096, pp.430โ€“440. Springer Nature, Switzerland.

Tensor Representation of Topographically Organized Semantic Spaces. A. Pomi, E. Mizraji, and J. Lin. Neural Computation, 30, 3259-3280 (2018), MIT.

Research

Nonlinear dynamics and stochastic processes applied to population models, epidemics, and neural models of cognition.