Taehyun, Juntak, and Hyeon-Ae joined the CCN (Computational Cognitive Neuroscience) and presented their studies. We were grateful for the constructive feedback and opinions from our colleagues and friends.
Jungtak's second paper has been accepted for publication in Neuroimage. We investigated the functional connectivity involved in statistical learning. Congrats!
Taehyun was selected as one of the International Conference Travel Fund recipients at the Department of Brain Sciences at DGIST. Two thumbs up! :)
Minho's first paper has been accepted for publication in the Cerebral Cortex. We investigated neural correlates involved in human reasoning, especially developing a Bayesian meta-analysis of the cortical surface (BMACS) for the analysis. Congrats!
Minho began his new project as a Ph.D. student after two years of excellent work in our lab. We are looking forward to new and exciting opportunities!
Minho obtained his Master's degree. Congratulations on your great achievement! Now, let's move on to the next level, Ph.D.!
After successfully completing their M.S. projects, Hee Dong, Taehyun, and Jungtak have joined our lab as Ph.D. students. We can't wait for more exciting research!
Taehyun and Jungtak both earned Master's degrees. Congratulations on your accomplishment! Let us now proceed to the next level, Ph.D.!
Hyeon-Ae gave a lecture at the Computational Neuroscience Winter School at KAIST. It was great meeting students enthusiastic about the brain, computation, and neuroscience.
We had a hands-on session where we learned how to use the LOCALITE TMS navigator. Martin Bublat, the managing director who had flown in from Germany, was a professional researcher with a great personality who explained the neuronavigation system to us in great detail.
Hee Dong obtained his Master's degree. Warmest congratulations on your success! Also, we are very much looking forward to working on your Ph.D. project.
Hee Dong joined the internship at the Group of Lise Meitner Research Group Cognition and Plasticity at the Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences in Leipzig, Germany. He has learned A to Z about how to conduct TMS research. Good job, Hee Dong!
Minho joined our lab as a master's student.
Welcome, Minho! We look forward to working with you.
Jungtak presented his study on statistical learning at the Korean Society for Cognitive and Biological Psychology. Good job!! :)
[January & February 2019]
Taehyun joined the internship at the Institut für Neurowissenschaften und Medizin (INM-1) Forschungszentrum in Jülich, Germany.
He works with Dr. Jan Schreiber on learning diffusion MRI at Institut für Neurowissenschaften und Medizin (INM-1).
Hee Dong and Hyeon-Ae presented a metaphor study at the Society for The Neurobiology of Language (SNL) in the beautiful Quebec City, Canada. We received lots of suggestions and advice! Thanks a lot :)
[July & August 2018]
Kyung Hawn has joined the internship at Neurophysics Department in Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences, Germany for two months. We wish you the best in Leipzig!
Hee Dong and Jungtak presented their studies at the Korean Society for Cognitive Science. All the lab members enjoyed the scientific gathering!
Hyeon-Ae presented her research methods at the ALAK (Applied Linguistics Association of Korea) Workshop: Scientific Approaches to SLA.
Hee Dong was selected as one of the International Conference Travel Fund recipients at the Department of Brain and Cognitive Sciences at DGIST. Two thumbs up! :)
Taehyun and Jungtak joined our lab!
We are looking forward to working with you guys!
[February 9, 2018]
Kyung Hwan won the best presentation award at the Korean Society for Psycholinguistics conference.
Hyeon-Ae's post-doc supervisor (a.k.a. her scientific mama) visited DGIST and talked about her research at the Distinguished Lecture Series. Thanks, Dr. Friederici!
Kyung Hwan was awarded the DGIST Presidential Fellowship (DPF) scholarship. Congrats, Kyung Hwan!
We have the second newbie, Hee Dong! He joined our lab as a master's student.
We wish you all the best :)
Our very first graduate student joined the lab, Kyung Hwan Chun! We wish you all the best :)
Hyeon-Ae presented her recent research on hierarchical processing in language and mathematics in the Brain and Cognitive Imaging Workshop.
The Jeon Lab goes into partnership with Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences. Five years of joint research and shared curiosity in various open research issues have facilitated establishing a partner group between the Department of Neuropsychology at the Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences and the DGIST in Korea.