James O'Sullivan

Contact Information
Trinity Centre for Bioengineering,
Trinity Biomedical Sciences Institute,
152–160 Pearse Street,
Dublin 2, Ireland.
Phone: +353-1-8964214
Email: osullij8@tcd.ie
Biographical Information

I received a BE degree in Electronic Engineering from University College Dublin (UCD), Ireland in 2010. I then received an MSc degree in Bioengineering from UCD in 2011. I am currently studying for a PhD in neural engineering under Dr. Edmund Lalor's supervision at Trinity College Dublin.

My main area of research is the analysis of the neural processing of continuous auditory stimuli in humans using electroencephalography (EEG).

I have also completed courses in Basic Medical Sciences at the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland (RCSI) and Neural Signal Analysis at TCD. I am currently studying for the Postgraduate Certificate in Statistics in TCD.

In May 2013, I was awarded an EU scholarship to participate in the 2013 Neuromorphic Cognition Engineering Workshop in Telluride, Colorado.

Brief CV/Resume
Research Interests
  • Signal processing applications in EEG.
  • Neural processing of continuous auditory stimuli in humans.
  • Stream segregation and auditory object formation.
  • The Cockatil Party Problem.
  • Machine learning.
  • EU-CSNII Fellowship (May 2013). This scholarship to the 2013 Neuromorphic Cognition Engineering Workshop in Telluride, Colorado was awarded by the European Commission to the top 8 EU applicants.

Journal Articles

Conference Articles

  • O'Sullivan JA, Crosse MJ, Power AJ, Lalor EC (2013). The Effects of Attention and Visual Input on the Representation of Natural Speech in EEG. Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society (EMBC), 2013 35th Annual International Conference of the IEEE, pp 2800-2803: IEEE. PubMed

Edmund Lalor

Assistant Professor,
School of Engineering,
Trinity Centre for Bioengineering and
Trinity College Institute of Neuroscience
Printing House,
Trinity College Dublin,
College Green,
Dublin 2

Phone: +353-1-8961743
Email: edlalor@tcd.ie
Web: http://www.mee.tcd.ie/neuraleng/People/Ed

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