• Position 3

Juan Lin

Professor of Physics, Emeritus
  • 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: 523–534 (2015).

The feeling of understanding: an exploration with neural models. E. Mizraji and J. Lin. Cogn. Neurodyn. 11: .135–146 (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.430–440. Springer Nature, Switzerland.

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


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