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Special Session on Brain Signal Processing

Organizers:

Prof. Jian-Ting Cao
Saitama Institute of Technology and BSI RIKEN, Japan.
E-mail: cao@sit.ac.jp


Prof. Tomasz M. Rutkowski
Tsukuba University, Japan.
E-mail: tomek@tara.tsukuba.ac.jp


Prof. Toshihisa Tanaka
Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology and BSI RIKEN, Japan.
E-mail: tanakat@cc.tuat.ac.jp


Prof. Li-Qing Zhang
Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China, and BSI RIKEN, Japan.
E-mail: zhang-lq@cs.sjtu.edu.cn


Description:

Signal and information processing techniques have been widely studied in various areas of biomedical engineering, thus their applications in brain science and especially in computational neuroscience of various signal modalities including EEG, MEG, fMRI, fNIRS, ECoG, etc., have been steadily growing both in the scope and coverage. It is widely accepted that further progress in understanding of the higher order dependencies in information processing mechanisms within the human brain will be critically dependent on the development of advanced signal processing methods specifically designed for processing of brain data.

The underlying aim of this special session is to present cutting edge achievements in advanced brain signal processing and neurotechnology. This will be achieved by bringing together novel signal and information processing research results. Our aim is to highlight the synergy between the different approaches in this area and to illustrate the integration of signal and information processing techniques with other emerging technologies.

The goal of this special session is to bring together scientists and researchers to present state of the art in the field of brain signal processing.

Topics of interest include but not limited to:

  • Blind/statistical signal processing technologies (ICA, SCA, NMF, SPCA, NTF)
  • Time-frequency analysis (spectral, wavelet, EMD, bispectra, etc.)
  • Brain data acquisition methods such as EEG, MEG, fMRI, fNIRS, ECoG, etc.
  • Multichannel and multimodal brain signal processing
  • Brain signal processing and feature analysis for BCI or BMI
  • Brain mental state, pathology, aging and dementia data analysis.
Biographies:

        Prof. Jian-Ting Cao

        Saitama Institute of Technology and BSI RIKEN, Japan.

        Email: cao@sit.ac.jp


        Prof. Tomasz M. Rutkowski

        Tsukuba University, Japan.

        Email: tomek@tara.tsukuba.ac.jp


        Prof. Toshihisa Tanaka

        Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology and BSI RIKEN, Japan.

        Email: tanakat@cc.tuat.ac.jp


        Prof. Li-Qing Zhang

        Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China, and BSI RIKEN, Japan.

        Email: zhang-lq@cs.sjtu.edu.cn


 
         
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