Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. Lead of project B5 Prof. Dr.-Ing. Lead of projects B1, B5, Z2
Role within the Collaborative Research Centre
This project is an application project from the viewpoint of the sensor development. The new sensors will be tested with this paradigm and the narrow band sensors will be specifically interesting for this project. From the clinical neuroscience point of view it is a addressing an important point within the present development of new and more customizable electrodes. It is expected that a device as planned in this project will be able to improve patient specific programming.
A3: Resonant, narrow band ME sensors are specifically needed for the present project. Close feedback of experience in patients is necessary therefore with
B1, B2: Research of the ME sensor systems and arrays.
B3: Collaboration concerning artifact reduction and signal analysis.
B3 will also analyze optimal placement and distance between electrodes.
B4: Both projects are using the new sensors and share experience with this.
B6: Sharing the physician doing the recordings, neurologic experience with the sensor recordings and developing the clinical studies.
Z1: ME sensors for sensor systems and arrays.
Z2: Support provided for biomagnetic measurements (construction of ME sensor systems and arrays, performing measurements with scanner, improvement of the head phantom).
The project B5 will participate in the focus group F3 “Biomagnetic Signal Analysis”.
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