Conference and Workshop on "Electro/Magneto-encephalography signal processing for brain network imaging"
The human brain is a large-scale network (graph) the function of which depends on dynamic communications (edges) between spatially distributed regions (nodes). Magneto/electro-encephalography (M/EEG) provides a unique direct and noninvasive access to the electrophysiological activity of the whole brain, at the millisecond scale. In this talk, I will introduce emergent methods used to track the cortical network dynamics, through M/EEG sensors, at rest and task. I will discuss the potential use of these methods to address some present and future cognitive and clinical neuroscience questions.
Tuesday 10 December 2019 (11h30 - 18h00) - Géopolis - 2121
Dr. Paolo Ruggeri