Center for Bioelectric Interfaces presents at OHBM 2019
We have made four poster presentations at OHBM-2019, a major neuroscience conference held in Rome and sponsored by the Organization for Human Brain Mapping.
Nickolai Smetanin's poster "From low-latency to predictive neurofeedback: methods and feasibility check" highlighted new algorithms that enable delivery of shorter-latency and predictive neurofeedback (NFB).
Anastasiya Belinskaya's poster "The effect of feedback latency on the effectiveness of training in neurofeedback paradigm" reviewed research on how neurofeedback latency affects NFB training performance.
In her poster "Anti-PSIICOS beamformer immune to correlated sources", Yulia Nurislamova discussed a method to solve M/EEG inverse problem when sources are highly correlated.
Alexandra Kuznetsova's poster "MEG based functional microscopy using traveling wave priors: a new technology for exploring epilepsy" featured a new M/EEG inverse problem solving algorithm based on a wave model of neural activity propagation.