Main research area: Vision
The Queen’s College
Harry Jordan graduated in 2013 and spent the next six months turning mouse brains into microscope slides for UCL (rather like making sushi, but fiddlier). Despite being permanently high on formaldehyde fumes, he studied programming in the evenings and eventually managed to escape back to Oxford for a DPhil with OFTNAI, where his experiments have learned to do themselves.
Harry is interested in action planning: how we acquire and use knowledge about the causal structure of the world, and how we can use acquired knowledge in new tasks.