Hi, I'm Noor.Β 

I think about the computational principles underlying decision-making in health and disease.

I am a postdoctoral research fellow at the Max Planck for Biological Cybernetics working with Peter Dayan and an honorary research affiliate of the Theoretical Neurobiology Group at University College London. I completed my PhD in Theoretical Neuroscience (thesis; Jan 2024) at University College London with Karl Friston. My PhD research was supported by the Medical Research Council, the 2021 Microsoft Research PhD Fellowship, and the G-Research grant.


You can reach here: noor.sajid.18 [at] ucl [dot] ac [dot] uk

Recent News

(07/24) - Invited talk at the 2nd workshop on Robust Agent-Based Modeling at Scale (Oxford, UK)

(06/24) - Selected to attend summer school on Optimal Transport for Machine Learning (Deajong, S. Korea)

(06/24) - Awarded Guarantors of Brain travel grant to attend OHBM2024Β 

(06/24) - Selected for Oral Presentation at OHBM2024 (Seoul, S. Korea)

(05/24) - Spotlight paper at ICLR 2024 with Chris Gumbsch (Vienna, Austria)

(01/24) - Awarded Kempner Research Fellowship (2024-2027) to work on generalising decision-making using generative model morphsΒ