Ennio Mingolla Wins Helmholtz Prize Of The INNS

Posted on: 10/22/07

Professor Ennio Mingolla of the Department of Cognitive and Neural Systems was awarded the 2007 Helmholtz Award of the International Neural Network Society (INNS: http://www.inns.org) for his seminal research in visual perception.
Professor Mingolla is one of the most distinguished vision scientists in the world who develops breakthrough biological neural models of how the brain sees and applies them to the solution of outstanding problems in computer vision and image processing. He is also a distinguished experimentalist who carries out highly respected psychophysical experiments to guide the development of his biological neural models and to test their predictions. He exemplifies the highest standards of scholarship and technical virtuosity in all of his modeling and experimental work.