Michael A. Casey
Chair, Department of MusicJames Wright Professor of MusicProfessor of Computer ScienceDirector, Graduate Program in Digital Musics
Professor Michael Casey is the chair of the Department of Music, His courses include interactive music and art, music theory, music cognition and neuroscience, sound analysis and synthesis, and music information retrieval. His research lab works on music understanding by humans and machines, how the human brain represents music, theories of music and mind, and neural decoding of musical sound from human brain imaging. Michael is jointly appointed in the Department of Music and the Department of Computer Science at Dartmouth.
For more information, please visit Michael's personal website.
Michael Hanke, Richard Dinga, Christian Häusler, J. Swaroop Guntupalli, Michael Casey, Falko R. Kaule, Jörg Stadler, High-resolution 7-Tesla fMRI data on the perception of musical genres, F1000 Research, F1000, June, 2015
Alexandra Rieger, Michael Casey, General Subjects Display Cross-Modal Responses to Musical Stimuli, Proceedings of the European Society for the Cognitive Sciences of Music (ESCOM), ESCOM, Manchster, UK, August, 2015
Alice Eldridge, Michael Casey, Paola Moscoso, Mika Peck, N. Morales, Toward the Extraction of Ecologically-Meaningful Soundscape Objects: A New Direction for Soundscape Ecology and Rapid Acoustic Biodiversity Assessment?, Intl Workshop on Big Data Sciences for Bioacoustic Environmental Survey, Toulon, France, April, 2015
Andrew Sarroff, Michael Casey, Musical Audio Synthesis Using Autoencoding Neural Networks, Proceedings of the International Computer Music Conference, ICMA, Athens, Greece, September, 2014
Works in Progress
Collaborative Research: The Confluence of Music, Art and Science at Long-Term Ecological Research Sites. National Science Foundation (NSF) Aug 2015 - Jul 2017