Semir Zeki

Speaker information

Semir Zeki is Professor of Neuroesthetics at UCl. His Research focuses on how the visual brain is organized, using imaging and psychophysical techniques. This work is supported by a programme grant from the Wellcome Trust. A further Strategic Award in Neuroesthetics from the Wellcome Trust supports other interests in the general field of neuroesthetics studying the relationship between brain activity and aesthetic appreciation and artistic creativity.

Semir Zeki. A re-appraisal of brain strategies for constructing the visual image

Monday, 5 September, 2016 - 10:00 to 11:30

Results from a variety of sources, some many years old, lead ineluctably to a re-appraisal of the twin strategies of hierarchical and parallel processing used by the brain to construct an image of the visual world.

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