I am a neuro- and data scientist who develops tools for finding meaningful insights in huge amounts of messy data. I recently received a PhD for studying how the brain tracks the beat in music, and how this can create an irresistible urge to move along. I specialize in signal processing and EEG data, but have a rapidly developing interest in machine learning, neural networks, and artificial intelligence. If I’m not coding, I’m probably at the park with the kids, cooking, or playing the B3.
In February I will be giving a public talk about my PhD research at THEMUSEUM as part of their Brain Dialogues series (https://themuseum.ca/events/the-brain-dialogues-featuring-dr-gabe-nespoli/).