Associate Professor, Bioengineering, College of Engineering and Computing
Building: Nguyen Engineering Building
Mail Stop: 1G5
Computational neuroscience is a growing field of research as our technological ability attempts to approach the complexity of the human nervous system. In order to construct real-time intelligent systems, researchers must use high-performance computing, experimental data recording, and complex brain modeling to develop robotic functions that mimic the way humans think.
The focus of Laurence Bray’s recent research, “Large-Scale Biologically Realistic Models of Brain Dynamics Applied to Real-Time Intelligent Robotic Systems”, involves getting clear understanding of physiological responses to “trust” scenarios and modeling them in artificial intelligence.
The United States Office of Naval Research is funding a grant to Bray’s lab for the purpose of exploring better decision-making capabilities of artificial intelligence. The project proposes the first biologically realistic model for trust-based in both software and hardware modeling. Bray coaches Mason seniors to push the limits of technology in a variety of design project-based courses for the biomedical engineering program.
- PhD, Biomedical Engineering-Computational Neuroscience, University of Nevada
- MS, Bioengineering-Medical Devices, Clemson University
- BS, Biological Sciences, Clemson University
- BS, Cannes, Lycee Bristol