Note: all our courses are taught online this year.
Electroencephalogram (EEG) is one of the neuro-imaging techniques that is widely used in research and clinical practice to study brain activity. It allows measuring neural processes with high temporal but relatively low spatial resolution. Source localization can be used to improve spatial resolution and localize the neural activity in the brain. However, source localisation is difficult due to its so-called inverse problem (inference of the position of the current sources from electrode potentials). Beamforming is one of the various solutions to this problem that has gained attention in recent years.
|Course days||11-15 January 2021|
|Course level||Master, PhD candidates and professionals from all disciplines|
|Coordinating lecturer||Marzieh Borhanazad, MSc; Prof. Andreas Daffertshofer|
|Forms of tuition||Students will be instructed through the lectures, short demos, Matlab assignments, and reading materials.|
|Forms of assessment||The assessment will be based on the assignments (30%) and a final examination (70%).|
|Contact hours||25 hours|
|Tuition fee||Read all information about our tuition fees and what's included here
|How to apply||Find our application form here|