P1 - Methological development for neuroimagery and electrophysilogy
- Permanent staff : Pierre-Emmanuel AGUERA Research engineer, Olivier BERTRAND Researcher, Head of the lab, Aurelie BIDET-CAULET Researcher, Romain BOUET Research engineer, Anne CACLIN Researcher, Claude DELPUECH Research engineer, Adrien GANNERIE Engineer, Karim JERBI Researcher, Jean-Philippe LACHAUX Researcher, Florian LANCE Engineer, Emmanuel MABY Research engineer, Jeremie MATTOUT Researcher, Mathilde PETTON Engineer
- PhD student : Francoise LECAIGNARD
EEG/MEG, intra EEG, fMRI .
Our team uses all possible electrophysiological techniques to investigate human brain functions at
work: EEG, MEG and iEEG. Over the years, we have constantly been developing in-house advanced
software for both off-line and online data processing (ELAN, OpenViBE, BrainTV) and we also
maintain an expertise in the main complementary tools that are used by the international community
(e.g., SPM, FieldTrip, BrainStorm, EEGLab).
for example is a freely available software package (Aguera et al. 2011 in press) which provides a wide range of signal analysis tools for electrophysiological data including scalp electroencephalograpy (EEG), magnetoencephalography (MEG), intracranial EEG, and local field potentials (LFPs). The ELAN toolbox is based on 25 years of methodological developments in the lab and was used in many papers including the very first studies of time-frequency analysis of EEG data exploring evoked and induced oscillatory activities in humans.
Publications since 2014