Very proud: PhD student Lorenz Fiedler goes live (pre-peer-review) with his work of predicting the focus of attention in single-channel/forward models in in-ear EEG!
Here is the preprint of the paper, which now will undergo peer-review. Thanks for checking it out!
A review article for those interested in how to use magneto-/electroencephalography (M/EEG) to study speech comprehension. We provide a historically informed overview over dependent measures in the time and frequency domain, highlight recent advances resulting from these measures and review the notorious challenges and solutions speech and language researchers are faced with when studying electrophysiological brain responses.
Now available online:
Next week we will be presenting some of our latest work at the Neuroscience meeting in San Diego.
Please tag along and check out our posters.
Also, consider checking in at the APAN satellite meeting, on Friday 11, where most of these posters will be presented as well.
Posters by the Obleser lab:
Sunday afternoon Session:
ALAVASH et al., Large-scale brain networks …, Board GG5
FIEDLER et al., Scalp EEG …, Board GG6
LIM et al., Effects of L-dopa …, Board GG3
WASCHKE et al., Neural noise …, Board GG1
WILSCH et al., Investigating decay …, Board GG4
Monday afternoon Session:
GRAVERSEN et al., Ear-EEG …, Board NNN26
See you there.
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PhD Student Lorenz Fiedler joining the Blackmarket for Useful Knowledge and Non-Knowledge, No. 19 as an expert
Disability, techno-bodies, and the question of autonomy. On Friday the 21th October, Lorenz is joining the 19th “Schwarzmarkt des Wissens” in Hamburg.
“The Blackmarket attempts to bring together areas, which generally do not belong together in public perception: the reality of physical and mental disability with critical visions on the future of the body and society. Wheelchair users, biohackers, cyborgs, post-, trans- and para-humans and humanists, sign language users, physicians, prosthetists, ethicists, robotic experts and the neuro-divergent, artists, technological prophets and critics come together to invent an ethics for contemporary bodies.”