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After a French baccalaureate in Physics and Mathematics and a B.Sc. in Psychology, Aude Oliva received two M.Sc. degrees –in Experimental Psychology, and in Cognitive Science and a Ph.D from the Institut National Polytechnique of Grenoble, France. She joined the MIT faculty in the Department of Brain and Cognitive Sciences in 2004 and the MIT Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory - CSAIL - in 2012.
Her research is in the area of human perception/cognition, and computer vision, especially at the intersection of the two. Her work has made its way in textbooks of Perception, Cognition, Computer Vision, Design, and popular press as well as in museums of Art and Science. Her research programs are funded by the National Science Foundation, the National Eye Institute, the Andrea Bocelli foundation and Google.