Ioannis Kalfas
Ioannis Kalfas
Doctoral Student, KU Leuven
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The ventral visual pathway represents animal appearance over animacy, unlike human behavior and deep neural networks
S Bracci, JB Ritchie, I Kalfas, HPO de Beeck
Journal of Neuroscience 39 (33), 6513-6525, 2019
282019
Shape selectivity of middle superior temporal sulcus body patch neurons
I Kalfas, S Kumar, R Vogels
Eneuro 4 (3), 2017
172017
Representations of regular and irregular shapes by deep Convolutional Neural Networks, monkey inferotemporal neurons and human judgments
I Kalfas, K Vinken, R Vogels
PLoS computational biology 14 (10), e1006557, 2018
112018
Representation of semantic similarity in the left intraparietal sulcus: functional magnetic resonance imaging evidence
V Neyens, R Bruffaerts, AG Liuzzi, I Kalfas, R Peeters, E Keuleers, ...
Frontiers in human neuroscience 11, 402, 2017
72017
The ventral visual pathway represents animal appearance rather than animacy, unlike human behavior and deep neural networks
I Kalfas, HO de Beeck
Journal of Vision 18 (10), 552-552, 2018
22018
Towards in-field insect monitoring based on wingbeat signals: The importance of practice oriented validation strategies
I Kalfas, B De Ketelaere, W Saeys
Computers and Electronics in Agriculture, 105849, 2020
2020
Modeling the shape selectivity of single neurons of a macaque body patch
I Kalfas, S Kumar, R Vogels
Journal of Vision 17 (10), 803-803, 2017
2017
Object appearance, but not semantics, is represented in the human category-selective cortex
S Bracci, I Kalfas, H Op de Beeck
European Conference of Visual Perception, 2017
2017
Dynamics of Cortical Networks Segregated into Layers and Columns
I Kalfas
2015
Is a cow mug a cow or a mug? Object Appearance, but not Semantics, is Represented in The Human Category-Selective Cortex
S Bracci, I Kalfas, HO de Beeck
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