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Vision and Brain Signal Processing
Team manager : Sophie ACHARDBertrand RIVET

Illustrations équipe VIBS-Gipsa-lab

 

The “Vision and Brain Signal Processing” (ViBS) develops methodologies for processing cerebral signals in order to study neural activities in relation or not with visual processing.

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Research axis:

  • Brain signal processing

  • Visual perception and neural mechanism for Vision

  • Brain Computer Interface




Last publications of team

The importance of recurrent top-down synaptic connections for the anticipation of dynamic emotions

Martial Mermillod, Yannick Bourrier, Erwan David, Louise Kauffmann, Alan Chauvin, et al.. The importance of recurrent top-down synaptic connections for the anticipation of dynamic emotions. Neural Networks, Elsevier, 2019, 109, pp.19-30. 〈10.1016/j.neunet.2018.09.007〉. 〈hal-01911098〉

Non-Parametric Synchronization Measures used in EEG and MEG

Marco Congedo. Non-Parametric Synchronization Measures used in EEG and MEG. [Research Report] GIPSA-lab. 2018. 〈hal-01868538〉

The Analysis of Event-Related Potentials

Marco Congedo. The Analysis of Event-Related Potentials. Im C.-H. (eds) Computational EEG Analysis. Methods and Applications. Springer, Singapore , 2018. 〈hal-01867853〉


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