Member Spotlight:  Alexander Craik

Today, we are proud to feature Alexander Craik as a spotlight member, whose exceptional academic achievements, research contributions, and personal interests make him an inspiring and valuable member of the IUCRC BRAIN Center. Alexander Craik is a talented senior doctoral candidate in Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) at the University of Houston. With a strong academic background, including an M.S. in ECE, a B.S. in Aerospace Engineering, and a B.A. in Economics, Alex has an excellent foundation for his research pursuits. His current work is focused on systems engineering for a custom Brain Computer Interface-enabled stroke rehabilitation device known as NeuroExo (neuroexo.com). Alongside this, his doctoral dissertation involves exploring the use of deep neural networks for decoding neural correlates related to overt speech. Outside of his academic work, Alexander has a keen interest in neuroscience, chess, and speech synthesis. Alex’s dedication, passion, and expertise are invaluable to the BRAIN Center. His exceptional work ethic and contributions have made a significant impact on our ongoing projects. We are confident that Alex will continue to make valuable contributions in his future endeavors, and we wish him all the best in his career.


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