Recent Work

November 2020:
(w/ 33 co-authors) Reproducibility for everyone: a community-led initiative with global reach in reproducible research training. OSF Preprints, 10.31219/

October 2020:
(w/ 18 co-authors) Creating Clear and Informative Image-based Figures for Scientific Publications. bioRxiv, doi:10.1101/2020.10.08.327718.   Featured on PreLights

September 2020:
Raising the Connectome: the emergence of neuronal activity and behavior in C. elegans. Frontiers in Cellular Neuroscience, 14, 524791

August 2020:
Developmental Incongruity as a Dynamical Representation of Heterochrony. biorxiv, doi:10.1101/2020.07.31.231456

July 2020:
(with S. Dvoretskii, S. Felder, Z. Gong, A. Gupta, and J. Parent) Developmental Embodied Agents as Meta-brain Models. DevoNN Workshop, Artificial Life 2020

May 2020:
(with H. Kulkarni) Cultural, Emotional, and Associative Traits to Determine Literary Inclination. PsyArXiv, doi:10.31234/

March 2020:
(with S. Dvoretskii, Z. Gong, A. Gupta, and J. Parent) Braitenberg Vehicles as Developmental Neurosimulation. arXiv, 2003.07689.

December 2019:
(with J. Chen and C. Yuan) Complex Temporal Biology: towards a unified multi-scale approach to predict the flow of information. Reintegrating Biology Workshop (NSF),

December 2019:
(with R. Gordon, T. Harbich, U. Singh, A. Singh, and V. Varma) Towards a Digital Diatom: image processing and deep learning analysis of Bacillaria paradoxa dynamic morphology.bioRxiv, doi:10.1101/2019.12.21.885897.

September 2019:
(with R. Gordon and T. Portegys) Data-theoretical Synthesis of the Early Developmental Process. bioRxiv, doi:10.1101/282004.

August 2019:
(with H. Kulkarni) Cultural association based on machine learning for team formation. arXiv, 1908.00234.


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