• Chia-Chien Wu

    I am a cognitive scientist studying human attention, perception, eye movements and how they function and apply to the real-world. I am currently a postdoctoral fellow in Visual Attention Lab at Brigham and Women's Hospital and Harvard Medical School.

  • Research

    My current works focus on:

    How well can people track objects' positions, identities, or a specific event among them?

    Multiple Object Tracking / Multiple Event Tracking

    how  do people use their eye movements during the  sequence of scanning?

    Saccadic/Eye Movements Planning

    How do people use the semantic information to guide attention in the natural scene?

    Semantic Guidance in Visual Attention

    Can the pattern of eye movements serve as an early biomarker in the patients with Parkinson's Disease?

    Eye movements applications

    What would affect radiologists' search efficiency mammography?

    Visual Search in Medical Images

  • Curriculum Vitae

     

      EDUCATIONS

      Rugters University-New Brunswick, New Jersey

      • Ph.D in Cognitive Psychology (2010-2012)
      • M.S. in Cognitive Psychology (2007-2010)

      National Taiwan University

      • B.S. Psychology (2001-2005)

      RESEARCH EXPERIENCE

       

      Visual Attention Lab, Brigham and Women's Hospital and Harvard Medical School

      • Postdoctoral Fellow (2015-present)

      Center for Computational Neuroscience and Neural Technology (CompNeT), Boston University

      • Postdoctoral Fellow (2014-2015)

      Department of Computer Science, University of Massachusetts Boston

      • Postdoctoral Fellow (2012-2014)

      TEACHING EXPERIENCE

      Rutgers University

      Cognition Laboratory (2010-2011)

      Department of Psychology, Rutgers University, New Brunswick

       

      Guest Lecture in Sensation and Perception (2010)

       

      Sensation and Perception Laboratory (2009-2010)

      Department of Psychology, Rutgers University, New Brunswick