Sam Ritter

Neuroscience Institute
Princeton University
Princeton, NJ


About Me

I'm a graduate student at the Princeton Neuroscience Institute working with Matt Botvinick on deep learning language models. I came here from NYU Abu Dhabi where I wrote software for analyzing MEG data for the NeLLab, and before that I was a software developer at McMaster-Carr. It all got started with my bachelor's degree in psychology and linguistics at Emory where I worked with Phil Wolff on behavioral investigations of concept representation. I've written some blog posts and repositories.