Computational Psychiatry Seminar FS 2015
EEG Signal Processing: Theory and practice
Gabor Stefanics, Tina Wentz, and Klaas Enno Stephan
When: Friday 14:00 (sharp!) to 16:00, 20.02.2015 to 29.05.2015
Where: ETH Zürich, ETZ building (Gloriastrasse 35), room F 91 (F floor)
Credits: To receive credit points you must either
(a) complete exercises from at least 4 chapters from Cohen 2014 (three sets of exercises from chapters 11-19, and one set from 20-34)
(b) complete a Dynamic Causal Modeling exercise using SPM.
Download the full program with reading list here.
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1. Session, 20.02.2015 – EEG Signal Processing Basics (Gabor Stefanics)
2. Session, 27.02.2015 – The convolution theorem, and the discrete time Fourier transform (Eduardo Aponte)
3. Session, 06.03.2015 – Wavelets and wavelet convolution (Frederike Petzschner)
4. Session, 13.03.2015 – Band‐pass filtering and the Hilbert transform (Jakob Heinzle)
5. Session, 20.03.2015 – Short‐time Fast Fourier Transformation; Multi‐taper analysis; Filtering as implemented in SPM12 (Daniel Renz)
6. Session, 27.03.2015 – Time‐frequency power, and baseline corrections; Inter‐trial phase clustering (Sandra Iglesias)
7. Session, 27.03.2015 – Spatial filters 1 (Surface Laplacian, PCA, ICA) (Sudhir Shankar Raman)
03.04.2015 – no seminar (Good Friday)
10.04.2015 – no seminar (Easter holiday)
8. Session, 17.04.2015 – Spatial filters 2 (Basics of single dipole and distributed source imaging) (Lars Kasper) Modified code from Lopez et al. (SPM12 compatibility) is available here.
9. Session, 24.04.2015 – Connectivity 1 (Introduction to the various connectivity analyses. Phase‐based and Power‐based connectivity) (Andreea Olivia Diaconescu)
01.05.2015 – no seminar (Labour Day)
10. Session, 08.05.2015 – Connectivity 2 (Granger prediction. Mutual information. Cross‐frequency coupling. Graph theory) (Lilian Weber)
12. Session, 22.05.2015 – Joint Analysis of EEG and fMRI (David Cole)
13. Session, 29.05.2015 – Statistical analyses (Advantages and limitations of different statistical procedures; Non‐parametric permutation testing; Within‐subject and group‐level analyses) (Justin Chumbley)