We study how leveraging the visual system - the largest single system in your brain - can help people think, remember, and communicate more efficiently. Our basic research is inspired by real-world problems, guiding our laboratory toward the most interesting basic research questions, while producing results that translate directly to science, education, business, & design.
Dr. Franconeri and Dr. McColeman receive NSF IIS grant to study low-level perceptual tasks in data visualization.
Former Lab Manager Elsie Lee begins a Ph.D. program in the School of Information at the University of Michigan.
Cristina Ceja receives an NSF Graduate Fellowship to study how the visual system glues features to objects.
Congratulations to Dr. Christie Nothelfer and Dr. Dian Yu on receiving their Ph.D.s.
Dr. Miriam Novack receives an NIH NRSA grant to study attention in infants.