Professor of Computer Science
Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences
University of California at Berkeley
739 Soda Hall #1776 EECS Department
Berkeley, CA 94720-1770, U.S.A.
jfeldman at cs dot berkeley dot edu
Standard Office Hour: Monday 1-2 pm
552 ICSI 1947 Center St. Suite 600
Berkeley, CA 94704-1198
(510) 666-2900 fax: (510) 666-2956
feldman at icsi dot berkeley dot edu
Tel +1 (510) 666-2900, Fax +1 (510) 666-2956
Undergraduate Course on the "Neural Basis of Language and Thought", CS182/Cog110/Ling109
Jointly taught with Srinivas Narayanan, Spring 2008.
The major current project is the Neural Theory of Language effort in natural language understanding and learning, previously known as L0.
There is a recent book on NTL. From Molecule to Metaphor: A Neural Theory of Language, MIT Press, 2006. There is also a related website m2mbook.org that has news and reviews of the book and also will hopefully help further the development of a Unified Cognitive Science.
I am also active in a variety of efforts to extend opportunities in IT to underserved groups. The major current project is CoPE, a Community of Practice Environment. This is a multidisciplinary group, based at ICSI and affiliated with the UC Berkeley CITRIS endeavor, which works on a variety of issues concerning Information Technology and Society. Another ongoing project is BFOIT, the Berkeley Foundation for Opportunities in Information Technology.
A completed project is the Sather language, compiler, libraries and system. My personal work focused on the parallel extension, which is called pSather.
Last updated 12/03/07