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Alyson "Allie" Fletcher

Assistant Professor

Electrical Engineering

University of California, Santa Cruz


  • Seminar "Redwood Center for Neuroscience", May 2014.

  • Seminar Stanford ISL "Big Data" Seminar, April 2014.

  • "Bayesian Inference of Neural Connectivity" accepted at
    "Computational and Systems Neuroscience" COSYNE 2014.

  • Seminar UC Berkeley EECS March 2014.

  • Invited Talk ITA Workshop, February 2014.

  • Seminar UCSD EE January 2014.

  • Accepted!! NIPS 2013 Workshop on

    High Dimensional Statistical Inference in the Brain.

  • Awarded Jan 2013 NSF CAREER grant for
    "Graphical Model Methods for Estimation in Linear-Nonlinear Systems: Theory, Algorithms and Application".

  • Bio

    Allie Fletcher joined UC Santa Cruz as an Assistant Professor in Fall 2012. She was awarded the NSF CAREER award in January, 2013. She was previously a UC President's Postdoctoral Fellow, a Henry Luce Foundation Claire Boothe Luce Fellow and won the UC Berkeley EECS Eugene Lawler award. She received the Ph.D. and M.S. degrees in electrical engineering, and the M.S. degree in mathematics, all from the University of California, Berkeley. She obtained the B.S. degree in mathematics and physics from the University of Iowa. Her research interests include Bayesian estimation, statistical signal processing, machine learning, and information theory with a particular interest in inference problems in neuroscience and computational models of the brain.


    Baskin School of Engineering

    1156 High St, Mail Stop SOE2

    Santa Cruz, CA 95064

    Office: Engineering 2, Room 245A


    Tel: 831-459-3877