Sebastian Seung's speeches delve into the complicated connections of the human brain and their role in making up who we are.
After receiving his Ph.D at Harvard University in theoretical physics, Seung completed further training at the Hebrew University of Jersulem. He became an expert in topics like computational neuroscience and bioinformatics, completing extensive research in exploring neural maps of humans using mathematical algorithms. He then served as a member of on the Theoretical Physics Department at Bell Laboratories.
Currently, he is a professor at MIT in the department of computational neuroscience while also serving as a professor of physics.
Drawing from expertise and experience in the academic study of the brain, Sebastian Seung's speeches are information-rich on the roots of personality development in our personal 'connectomes'.