Posts Tagged ‘neuroscience’
www.truelightoflife.com — http __ Jeffrey Satinover, MD (psychiatry), quintium.org MS (physics, doctoral candidate in physics). For over twenty years, Dr. Satinover has been an author and practicing psychiatrist. He was until recently a teaching fellow and doctoral student in the department of physics at Yale University, where he has completed a masterï¿½s degree as a member of the Theoretical Condensed Matter Physics group and Yale’s newly-established WH Keck Foundation Center for Quantum Information Physics. His area of research is in supersymmetric many-body theory as applied to quantum computation. His most recent book, The Quantum Brain, explores the interface of neuroscience, computation, artificial intelligence and quantum mechanics. He is presently completing his doctorate in physics at the Laboratoire de Physique de la Matiere Condensee at the University of Nice, Sophia Antipolis, under the direction of Didier Sornette, pursuing new techniques in the prediction of chaotic time series, with applications to biological systems, climate change and markets. — Dr. Satinover also designs market-neutral trading strategies for hedge funds that integrate statistical and adaptive (ie, neural network, genetic algorithm and evolutionary programming) methods with extremely rigorous data collection, error-trapping and analysis.