Alumni of the Laboratory for Computational Motor Control
Joe Francis, 2001
Lab lunch, July 2002
Joe joined the lab in 2001 as a postdoc, after completing a PhD in Neuroscience at the George Washington University. He worked on state-space methods and its application to motor adaptation, as well as the effect of time on motor memory. He is now Assistant Professor of Physiology at the State University of New York.
The results of his research were published in the following papers:
Quantifying generalization from trial-by-trial behavior of adaptive systems that learn with basis functions: Theory and experiments in human motor control. O Donchin, JT Francis, and R Shadmehr (2003) Journal of Neuroscience, 23:9032-9045. Abstract Supplementary-material Citations
Generalization as a function of velocity and duration: human reaching movements. JT Francis (2008) Experimental Brain Research 186:23-37.