Richard Veale's Homepage
Richard Veale is Assistant professor at Kyoto University Graduate School of Medicine.
Richard's research circles around computational simulation of the brain. He uses this to understand animal behavior such as learning words by seeing and hearing an object and a sound. His research takes place in the Neuroscience and Neurobiology Lab headed by Prof. Tadashi Isa.
Richard teaches (TEACHING):
See the PANDA pages for class resources.
Richard also supervises the LIMS program's Debate class.
- Introduction to Statistics (Spring)
- Introduction to Behavioral Neuroscience A (Spring)
- Medical Psychology (Fall)
- Introduction to Behavioral Neuroscience B (Fall)
Most of my software is released open-source on github.
I also have recently released an app on the Apple iOS app store "reveal[e]saliency"