教师信息个人照片

姓名

Tzvetomir Tzvetanov

赐为

性别

  


出生年月

1974.11

最终学位

博士

毕业学校

法国斯特拉斯堡大学

从事专业

Life Sciences: Computational modelling & Sensory Psychology

职务


所属院系

计算机系

所属科室(研究所)

情感计算所

职称

副研究员


联系方式
     办公电话
     E-mailtzvetan@hfut.edu.cn
    通讯地址
    邮  编
简    历

  

赐为:博士、副研究员、硕士生导师

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欢迎对脑科学有兴趣的学生报考本方向研究生!======

赐为博士为法国斯特拉斯堡大学物理学学士与硕士,计算神经科学博士。

 2004-2008
年在德国灵长类动物研究中心做博士后,研究人类视觉系统对运动,方向,注意和空间位置等信息的编码。期间获得德国计算神经科学中心伯恩斯坦学者称号。
 2008-2011
年受聘于德国汉诺威大学信息处理科学学院研究员,研究人类视觉系统多情景相互作用的测量和数学建模方法。
 2013-2016
年受聘于中国科学技术大学生命科学学院副研究员,研究视觉或心理疾病模型下的视觉处理差异。

 2017
年开始加入合肥工业大学计算机与信息科学学院情感计算研究所,主要研究方向为探索利用非侵入式生物医学手段测量人类行为,感知觉和情绪
研究方向


1 Optimal behavioral measures of human sensation (vision, audition), decision making, oscillatory processes, mood ...
优化人类行为测量方法学,包括视觉,听觉感知,决策,情绪等。

 2 Non-invasive brain activity measures with EEG and connection to behavior
非侵入式脑电波测量数据与行为的对应关系研究。

 3 Modelling of human sensory processing and decision making based on physiological knowledge of neural processing
建立人类感知觉和决策的数学模型


教学工作

计划开设《脑科学概论》《类脑智能导论
获奖情况

2008获得德国计算神经科学中心伯恩斯坦学者称号
主要论著

Publications
 1. Huang J-F, Zhou# Y, Liu C, Liu Z, and Tzvetanov# T (2017) The neural basis of spatial vision losses in the dysfunctional visual system, Scientific Reports (2017, 7:11376; #senior co-authors)
 2. Wang Z, Yu S, Fu Y, Tzvetanov# T, and Zhou# Y (2017) Aging Potentiates lateral but not local inhibition of orientation processing in primary visual cortex, Scientific Reports, (under revision; #senior co-authors)
 3. Wang X, Wang H, Huang J, Zhou Y and Tzvetanov T (2017) Bayesian Inference of Two-Dimensional Contrast Sensitivity Function from Data Obtained with Classical One-Dimensional Algorithms Is Efficient. Frontiers in Neuroscience 10:616.
 4. Tzvetanov, T. (2016) Commentary: Robust quantification of orientation selectivity and direction selectivity. Frontiers in Neural Circuits 10:25.
 5. Tzvetanov, T. (2012), A single theoretical framework for circular features processing in humans: orientation and direction of motion compared, Front. in Comput. Neuroscience, 6: 28.
 6. Tzvetanov, T. and Womelsdorf, T. (2008), Predicting human perceptual decisions by decoding neuronal information profiles, Biological Cybernetics, 98, 397-411.
 7. Tzvetanov, T., Wirmer, A. and Folta, K. (2007), Orientation repulsion and attraction in alignment perception, Vision Research, 47, 1693-1704.
 8. Kaping, D., Tzvetanov, T., and Treue, S. (2007), Adaptation to statistical properties of visual scenes biases rapid categorization, Visual Cognition, 15, 12-19.
 9. Tzvetanov, T., Womelsdorf, T., Niebergall, R. and Treue, S., (2006), Feature-based attention influences contextual interactions during motion repulsion, Vision Research, 46, 3651-3658.
 10. Tzvetanov, T. and Simon, L. (2006), Short- and long-range spatial interactions: a redefinition,Vision Research, 46, 1302-1306.
 11. Tzvetanov, T. and Dresp, B. (2002), Short- and Long-range mechanisms in line contrast detection, Vision Research, 42, 2493-2498.

 Conferences:
 1. Tzvetanov, T. (2013) “Early visual processes involved in Vernier misperception under orientation masking : contributions of center-surround and spatial frequencies”, Goetingen Meeting of the German Neuroscience Society.
 2. Kaping, D., Tzvetanov, T., Treue, S. (2007) Categorization of visual scenes based on low- level image statistics, Goetingen Meeting of the German Neuroscience Society, abstract T17-3B.
 3. Tzvetanov, T., Folta, K. (2006) Masking of Vernier stimuli reveals orientation-attractive effects suggesting spatial excitatory interactions between oriented filters, European Conference on Visual Perception, Perception (supplements), 35, p.66.
 4. Tzvetanov, T., Womelsdorf, T. (2006). Decoding strategies for neuronal population responses predicting perceptual performance, First Conference in French for Computational Neurosciences (NeuroComp06), Pont-a-Mousson, France, pp 100-103.
 5. Kaping, D., Tzvetanov, T., Treue, S. (2006). Effect of adaptation suggests role of low- level processes in rapid scene categorization, Vision Sciences Society, Journal of Vision, 6(6), Abstract: 800a.
 6. Niebergall, R., Tzvetanov, T., Treue, S. (2005). The spatial profile of attentional modulation of contrast detection thresholds, Program No. 642.8. Society for Neurosciences.
 7. Boyraz, P., Tzvetanov, T., Treue, S. (2005). A neural correlate of speed illusions in area MT of the macaque monkey, Program No. 509.13. Society for Neurosciences.
 8. Tzvetanov, T., Womelsdorf, T., Treue, S. (2005). A general model of multiplicative attentional modulation of the receptive field structure, Computational and Systems Neuroscience (COSYNE), abstract 269.
 9. Tzvetanov, T., Niebergall, R. (2005). Long-range perceptual learning with line stimuli ?, European Conference on Visual Perception, Perception (supplements), 34, p.77.
 10. Tzvetanov, T., Kaping, D. (2005). A more precise parameters estimation of short length Markov chain data sets, Meeting of the French Neuroscience Society, abstract G56.
 11. Niebergall, R., Tzvetanov, T., Treue, S. (2005). The effect of allocating spatial attention on contrast thresholds across the visual field, European Conference on Visual Perception, Perception (supplements), 34, p.180.
 12. Niebergall, R., Womelsdorf, T., Tzvetanov, T., Treue, S. (2005). The spatial distribution of attentional facilitation/inhibition of contrast sensitivity depends on task context, Germany Neuroscience Society, Goettingen, abstract 438A.
 13. Tzvetanov, T., Womelsdorf, T., Treue, S. (2005). Model for the attentional shift of the receptive field, German Neuroscience Society, abstract 445B.
 14. Tzvetanov, T., Dresp, B. (2003). Long-range spatial interactions between orientations are affected by changes in background luminance, European Conference on Visual Perception, Perception (supplements), 32, p.160.
 15. Dresp, B., Tzvetanov, T. (2001). Modelling short- and long-range detection facilitation with collinear targets and inducers, European Conference on Visual Perception, Perception (supplements), 30, p.27.