Dean Rance

During his honours, Dean learnt about information theory and its application to theoretical models of synaptic plasticity. During his masters, he learnt about spiking neural networks with spike-time-dependent synaptic plasticity and evolutionary algorithms. Since then he moved to Lisbon to join the Collective Animal Behaviour lab at Champalimaud.

Masters thesis: Biologically Motivated Reinforcement Learning in Spiking Neural Networks