Intelligent Systems research theme

Using science to promote health and wellness

Understanding the nature of intelligence in biological and artificial systems.

239 tmc
An image of a brain with illuminated folds

Members study cognition, language, memory, vision, decision-making, and aging. Their work spans many levels, from cellular and molecular investigations of the brain to systems-level neuroscience all the way up to understanding and adapting complex human behaviors and emotions.

A researcher sets up diffuse optical imaging to measure the brain, which means attaching wires to a cap

Proposals for new working groups

The Intelligent Systems research theme accepts proposals annually for new working groups. You can apply from Feb. 1 through March 31 by using the IntelSys Working Group Proposals form.

Theme co-chairs

Diane M. Beck's directory photo.

Diane M. Beck Professor dmbeck@illinois.edu

Elizabeth A L Stine-Morrow's directory photo.

Elizabeth A L Stine-Morrow Professor eals@illinois.edu