BRANDON DUDERSTADT

ABOUT

I'M CURRENTLY A MASTERS STUDENT IN BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING AT JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY, AS WELL AS AN ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE RESEARCHER AT THE JOHNS HOPKINS APPLIED PHYSICS LAB.

BROADLY, MY RESEARCH IS CONCERNED WITH BRIDGING THE GAP BETWEEN BIOLOGICAL AND ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE. MY CURRENT PROJECTS INCLUDE A RANDOM MATRIX HYPOTHESIS TESTING PROCEDURE FOR COMPARING CONNECTOMES, A NOVEL ENSEMBLE METHOD FOR AGGREGATING DECISIONS IN A POPULATION OF NEURONS, AND A DEEP LEARNING SYSTEM FOR VISUAL ANALOGY.

OUTSIDE OF ACADEMIA, YOU CAN FIND ME PRACTICING ACROBATICS, SPINNING FIRE, AND READING. THE FIVE BOOKS THAT HAVE INFLUENCED ME MOST ARE "GODEL, ESCHER, BACH", "ATLAS SHRUGGED", "THE SELFISH GENE", "HAM ON RYE", AND "THE REMAINS OF THE DAY".

SELECTED WORK

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CONTACT

bduders1@jhu.edu

brandon.duderstadt@jhuapl.edu

brandonduderstadt@gmail.com