10 Crichton Street
Edinburgh EH8 9AB
Hi, my name is Wolf De Wulf and I am a computer scientist from Brussels.
I studied artificial intelligence (AI) at the Vrije Universiteit Brussel, and I am currently researching AI in biomedical contexts, as part of the 2022 cohort of the UKRI CDT in Biomedical AI at the University of Edinburgh.
I just started my PhD for which I am investigating spatial codes in the hippocampus and medial entorhinal cortex. By analysing neural recordings of mice performing virtual reality navigation tasks I aim to find out how different types of neurons in these brain regions collaborate. Ultimately, my work might facilitate investigations into how navigation deficits arise in neural disorders such as early-stage Alzheimer’s disease and autism spectrum disorder.
|Jun 2, 2023||Got a new preprint out, check it out below!|
- arXivKnowledge Graph Embeddings in the Biomedical Domain: Are They Useful? A Look at Link Prediction, Rule Learning, and Downstream Polypharmacy Tasks2023(Preprint, to be reviewed)
- Transfer learning in Brain-Computer Interfaces: Language-Pretrained Transformers for Classifying ElectroencephalographyIn Proceedings of the Joint International Scientific Conferences on AI and Machine Learning, 2022(extended abstract of MSc thesis)