I'm a neural engineer and research scientist interested in machine learning applications in neuroscience and neurotechnology. My research has focused on neural decoding, audiovisual speech processing, auditory attention, multisensory deficits in autism, speech recognition and brain-computer interface (BCI) technology.
I'm currently a Research Fellow at the Trinity Centre for Biomedical Engineering. I previously completed a postdoc at Albert Einstein College of Medicine in New York, and an AI Residency at Google [X] in California. As part of my doctoral research at Trinity, I developed the mTRF-Toolbox: an open-source toolkit for modelling multivariate stimulus-response data. More recently, I co-founded the Cognition and Sensory Processing Workshop (CNSP), along with co-founders Giovanni Di Liberto, Nate Zuk, and Aaron Nidiffer.
You can contact me via email at mickcrosse [at] gmail [dot] com, or using any of the links below.