Jeff Yoshimi


I am a professor in the the departments of Cognitive and Information Sciences and Philosophy at University of California, Merced; the tenth and newest campus of the UC system. I study the relationship between the dynamics of consciousness and the dynamics of neural activity in an embodied brain. As part of this, I model neural networks (I am the creator of Simbrain), create mathematical models of embodied agents (for example in this book), and study Husserl (here is my Husserl website). I have many other projects besides...I just can't help myself, I find almost everything to be interesting! A broad theme in all my work is finding ways to visualize complex processes to facilitate scientific reasoning and education.