[Neuroscience] Summer School in Biomedical Engineering, Aug 7-11, Erfurt (Germany)

Uwe Graichen uwe.graichen at tu-ilmenau.de
Fri Apr 7 05:56:05 EST 2006

Summer School in Biomedical Engineering
Decomposition Methods for Multidimensional Data
August, 7-11, 2006
Erfurt, Germany

The decomposition of multidimensional data is a problem that exists in a
variety of biomedical engineering applications, as well as in many other
fields of science. Today there are a number of advanced techniques to
break down a set of data (e.g. a human electroencephalogram) into a
finite number of units or atoms, which are defined in multiple
dimensions (e.g. time, space, frequency). However, it remains
challenging to apply these techniques in such a way that the obtained
atoms reflect functionally meaningful entities of the underlying signal
generating system (e.g. the human brain).

The aim of the International Summer School is to provide in depth
education and practical exercises on decomposition methods for
multidimensional data. Special focus is laid on the correct
interpretation of the obtained atoms in terms of the underlying
functionality. Moreover, the International Summer School is expected to
facilitate the exchange of ideas on latest developments in the field.

Target Group:
- PhD students
- Advanced Master students
- Researchers entering the field working in the decomposition methods
for multidimensional data

Jens Haueisen, Institute of Biomedical Engineering and Informatics,
Technical University Ilmenau
Thomas R. Knösche, Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and
Brain Sciences, Leipzig
Otto W. Witte, Department of Neurology, Friedrich Schiller
Universitity Jena

Organisation of Symposia:
Dania Di Pietro Paolo (BMDSys, Jena)
Stefan Illek (Universität Jena)
Uwe Graichen (TU Ilmenau)
Maciej Gratkowski (TU Ilmenau)
Roland Eichardt (TU Imenau)

Invited speakers:
Guido Nolte, Fraunhofer FIRST, Berlin
Galina Ivanova, Technical University Ilmenau
Alwin Stegeman, University of Groningen
Morten Mørup, Technical University of Denmark
Mathias Holschneider, University of Potsdam
Piotr J. Durka, Warsaw University
Jukka Nenonen, Elekta Neuromag, Helsinki
Samu Taulu, Elekta Neuromag, Helsinki
Paul Schimpf, Washington State University, Spokane

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