• PNI-Intel Project: Intel and PNI have entered into a collaboration for the development of a system for decoding neural representations of cognitive states in single individuals in realtime. Understanding how the capabilities of the human mind arise from the functioning of the human brain remains one of the most cherished goals and, at the same time, greatest challenges science has faced.
  • Rutgers-Princeton Center for Cognitive Computational Neuropsychiatry: The Rutgers-Princeton Center for Cognitive Computational Neuropsychiatry leverages recent advances in cognitive and computational neuroscience to formulate a precise, quantitative characterization of complex processes that are implicated in mental illnesses such as schizophrenia, post-traumatic stress disorder, depression and drug abuse. The Center combines the expertise in Princeton’s Neuroscience Institute and department of Psychology, and in Rutgers’ departments of Psychology, Psychiatry and Computer Science, Rutgers University Behavioral Health Care, Robert Wood Johnson Hospital, and the Rutgers Brain Health Institute, in a major collaborative initiative.