James Tromans is a member of Pembroke College, University of Oxford, UK. James is DPhil candidate based in the Experimental Psychology department and a member of the Oxford Foundation for Theoretical Neuroscience and Artificial Intelligence. James studied at The Queen's College, Oxford, for an M.Sc. in Psychology Research having completed a BA. degree in Experimental Psychology back at Pembroke College. James' academic interests are broad, but primarily focus on understanding visual object recognition in the human brain. James has published a number of academic papers concerning computational neuroscience, including 'Invariant object recognition with trace learning and multiple stimuli present during training' in ' Network: Computation in Neural Systems' (18:2 161-187). He has taught Psychology for the Oxford Tradition summer programme, as well as mentored numerous psychology undergraduate students for their final third year research projects. James is fortunate to be an ESRC research student.
James previously ran for the University of Oxford as part of the track and field team against Cambridge in the 800m. He was captain of the college MCR football team and sports representative for the MCR for years 2010-2011. James is interested in the application of technology to problem solving, specifically aided by the Internet. He has over 10 years of web-design and web-marketing experience and enjoys bringing knowledge from the field of psychology and neuroscience to web-layout, marketing and 'conversion'. He currently consults for Oxford Machine Intelligence (OXMI) to bring experience working with artificial neural-networks to bear. James is an ongoing contributor to MobileBurn.com and previously contributed to AndroidAuthrority.com, a niche website specialising in the Android OS platform developed by Google. James has worked or is involved in the following projects;
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