I am an Assistant Professor of Computer Science at RIT. I direct the Neural Adaptive Computing (NAC) Laboratory where we work on developing new learning procedures and computational architectures that embody various properties of biological neurocircuitry and are guided by theories of mind and brain functionality. My research focuses on predictive processing, active inference, spiking neural networks, competitive neural learning, neural-based cognitive modeling, and metaheuristic optimization.
In the News
January 30, 2020
Alexander Ororbia to Work in Collaboration with Google Research
This summer, Alexander Ororbia, CS Assistant Professor, will work as Visiting Researcher (Assistant Professor) at Google, working with Google Research.
November 18, 2019
International Collegiate Programming Contest
Over the past month, teams of RIT students have been competing in the International Collegiate Programming Contest. In addition to taking top places at the regional qualifier, RIT’s top team placed 7th in the regional competition.
May 30, 2019
New algorithm may help people store more pictures, share videos faster
Tech Xplore talks to Alexander Ororbia, assistant professor, Department of Computer Science.