Ph.D. Candidate, Brain and Cognitive Sciences, MIT
B.A., Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology / Biochemistry, University of Colorado, 2008
Dae studies emotion—how we regulate our own, how we reason about other people’s, and how meditation influences these cognitive processes. As a doctoral candidate in the MIT Brain and Cognitive Sciences program and the Center for Brains, Minds and Machines, he combines computational modeling and neuroimaging to understand human emotional intelligence and to develop artificially intelligent systems that reason about emotions like people.