Fulvio Domini completed his Masters in Electrical Engineering and Ph.D. in Experimental Psychology at the University of Trieste, Italy. He came to Brown in 1999 where is a currently Professor at the department of Cognitive, Linguistic and Psychological Sciences. His research team investigates how the human visual system processes 3D visual information to allow successful interactions with the environment. His approach is to combine computational methods and behavioral studies to understand what are the visual features that establish the mapping between vision and action. His research has been and is currently funded by the National Science Foundation.
- CLPS1591 Experimental Analysis of Vision for Action and Vision for Perception: Are There Separate Mechanisms?
- CLPS0540 Simulating Reality: The (Curious) History and Science of Immersive Experiences