About Me

Radoslaw Martin Cichy
Postdoctoral Researcher
Computational Perception & Cognition Lab (Aude Oliva)
Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory



I apply machine learning techniques and representational similarity analysis to search for an integrated view of how the visual system recognizes objects and scenes.

I work predominantly on human data acquired with functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) and magnetoencephalography (MEG). I also relate human brain data quantitatively to monkey electrophysiology data and computer models.

Selected Publications

Cichy RM, Pantazis D (2015). Can visual information encoded in cortical columns be decoded from magnetoencephalography data in humans? arXiv:1503.08030 [q-bio.NC].

Cichy RM, Pantazis D, Oliva A (2014). Resolving human object recognition in space and time. Nat Neurosci 17(3):455-62, doi: 10.1038/NN.3635.

Ramirez F, Cichy RM, Allefeld C, Haynes JD (2014). The neural code for face orientation in the human fusiform face area. J Neurosci 34(36):12155-67, doi: 10.1523/JNEUROSCI.3156-13.2014.

Cichy RM, Sterzer P, Heinzle J, Haynes JD (2013). Probing principles of large-scale object representation: category preference and location encoding. Hum Brain Mapp 34(7):1636-51.

Cichy RM, Heinzle J, Haynes JD (2012). Imagery and perception share cortical representations of content and location. Cereb Cortex 22(2):372-80.

Cichy RM, Chen Y, Haynes, JD (2011). Encoding the identity and location of objects in human LOC. Neuroimage 54(3):2297-307.

Schmidt S, Cichy RM, Kraft A, Brocke J, Irlbacher K, Brandt SA. (2009). An initial transient-state and reliable measure of corticospinal excitability in TMS studies. Clin Neurophysiol 120(5):987-93.