Neurosignal and Neuroimage Processing
Neurosignal is the representation of the neural activity of the brain, which can be analyzed through the traditional tools of signal processing. On the other hand, neuroimage is the representation of anatomical properties of the brain (structural) but also the representation of the cerebral function and metabolism (functional) in relation with mental functions, which can be studied through particular tools. Basing on the analysis of neurosignals and neuroimages, we performed cerebral state monitoring from different points of view verifying the healthy conditions of the brain or the possible presence of anomalies linked to pathological conditions (e.g. epilepsy or Parkinson’s disease).
Laboratory: BioEngineering Lab
Contact Person: Prof. Laura Burattini
  • Prof. Camillo Porcaro, Institute of Cognitive Sciences and Technologies (ISTC), Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche and Movement Control & Neuroplasticity Research Group, KU Leuven