Jordan Suchow is an Assistant Professor at Stevens Institute of Technology and a cognitive scientist studying vision, learning, memory, and technology. His research includes the development of computational models of individual and group perception, learning, memory, and decision making, intending to apply these models to creating new technologies. He also develops tools to support behavioral and social science research.

Suchow earned his undergraduate degree in computer science at Brandeis and his Ph.D. in cognitive psychology at Harvard. He then completed a postdoc in computational cognitive science at the University of California, Berkeley.