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Institut für Biomedizinische Technik und Informatik

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Prof. Dr. Jens Haueisen

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Lutherstadt Wittenberg, Germany, 17th - 29th August 2015

Topic: New Instrumentation for brain measurements and stimulation

Latest technical developments of medical devices for applications in diagnosis and therapy provide abilities to overcome limitations in state of the art measurements and stimulation techniques applied in neurosciences. The main objective of the International Summer School is to provide in depth education on new technical developments in modalities to measure and stimulate neuronal activity and the related challenges in their applications, covering both theoretical foundations and practical applications in research in clinical practice. It aims at a thorough understanding of the underlying mechanisms and thus will develop a critical view on current applications and possible future developments. The second important aim of the International Summer School consist in providing contact with both leading experts in the field and other students with similar interests. This way, the meeting will facilitate the exchange of ideas on latest developments and help to build professional networks. A scientific project will support the students to obtain detailed knowledge on the topic, learn about unsolved and controversial issues and improve their abilities in the fields of scientific writing and presentation.

Berlin, Germany, September 1st - September 2nd, 2014

Topic: Developing novel hardware components for dry EEG acquisition

The ANDREA training courses are dedicated to the teaching of specific technical/applicative topics and transferable skills, aiming to transfer basic and advanced knowledge in the relevant aspects of the development and validation of the novel EEG technology among all ANDREA partners. The courses will are open also to researchers from outside the consortium.

Havana, Cuba, September 23rd - October 6th, 2013

Topic: Multimodal integration of brain measurements in research and clinical practice

Structure and function of the human brain are immensely complex and so are the underlying mechanisms for brain disorders and diseases. The main objective of the International Summer School is to provide in depth education on techniques of recording and analyzing multi-modal data from invasive and non-invasive brain measurements, covering both theoretical foundations and practical applications in research in clinical practice. It aims at a thorough understanding of the underlying mechanisms and thus will develop a critical view on current applications and possible future developments. The second important aim of the International Summer School consist in providing contact with both leading experts in the field and other students with similar interests. This way, the meeting will facilitate the exchange of ideas on latest developments and help to build professional networks. A scientific project will support the students to obtain detailed knowledge on the topic, learn about unsolved and controversial issues and improve their abilities in the fields of scientific writing and presentation.

Lutherstadt Wittenberg, Germany, 18th - 26th August 2010

Topic: Multimodal integration of functional brain measurements

The objective of the International Summer School is to provide in depth education on techniques of recording and analysing multi-modal data from non-invasive brain measurements, covering both theoretical foundations and practical applications. It aims at a thorough understanding of the underlying mechanisms and thus will develop a critical view on current applications and possible future developments. The International Summer School provides contact with leading experts in the fields and is expected to facilitate the exchange of ideas on latest developments. By completing a scientific project, the students will obtain more detailed knowledge on the topic, learn about unsolved and controversial issues and improve their abilities in the fields of scientific writing and oral presentation.

Leipzig, Germany, 13th - 27th August 2009

Topic: Brain connectivity and information transfer

The objective of the International Summer School is to provide in depth education and practical exercises on techniques of computing and analyzing connectivity in the brain, covering both theoretical foundations and practical applications. It aims at a thorough understanding of the underlying mechanisms and thus will develop a critical view on current applications and possible future developments. The International Summer School provides contact with leading experts in the fields and is expected to facilitate the exchange of ideas on latest developments.

Weimar, Germany, 4th - 17th September 2008

Topic: Reconstruction of sources of physiological signals

The objective of the International Summer School is to provide in depth education and practical exercises on source reconstruction techniques, covering both theoretical foundations and practical applications. It aims at a thorough understanding of the underlying mechanisms and thus will develop a critical view on current applications and possible future developments. The International Summer School provides contact with leading experts in the fields and is expected to facilitate the exchange of ideas on latest developments.

Schönburg, Germany, 10th - 16th August 2007

Topic: Diffusion-weighted Magnetic Resonance Imaging

Erfurt, Germany, 7th - 11th August 2006

Topic: Decomposition Methods for Multidimensional Data