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Mario Antoine AOUN
Université du Québec à Montréal (UQAM)
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Mario Antoine Aoun obtained his Bachelor of Science (BS) in Computer science from Notre Dame University (NDU), Lebanon, in 2003. Then, he got his Master of Science (MS) in Computer science from NDU, in 2007. In 2010, he wrote his research findings that he gathered from his MS Thesis, in a research paper that he presented in the International Symposium on Neural Networks (ISNN 2010) in Shanghai, China. His research paper which is entitled STDP within NDS Neurons was published in the conference proceedings. Currently, he is in his fifth year as a Phd research student in UQAM (Université du Québec à Montréal) – Phd Program in Cognitive Informatics – under the supervision of Prof. Mounir Boukadoum. His research interests tackle chaos theory, chaos control, reservoir computing, computational neuroscience, neurocognition and the limits of intelligence. He investigates and approaches the exploit of the theory of chaotic nonlinear dynamics in order to emulate cognitive processes; like memory and perception, which are explained and elucidated by Freeman theory of chaotic neuro–dynamics. The latter favours the role of chaos in the brain as an essential ingredient that makes the brain distinct to any artificial intelligent machine nowadays. The impact of this research direction will help understand and delineate the limitations of both Natural and Artificial Intelligence. He presented his latest work entitled Learning Algorithm and Neurocomputing Architecture for NDS Neurons, in a seminar in Oxford Brookes University following an invitation from the head of the computing department. He is a featured reviewer for ACM Computing Reviews.
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