wednesday 8/02 y 15/02, Computer Classroom A2/0S21 del Aulario II
friday 17/02, Computer Classroom CI/INF8 Fase II Sciencies
saturday 18/02, classroom A2/0E22 del Aulario II
thursday 23/02, classroom A2/0S21 del Aulario II
Course ending talk
Speaker: Prof. Octavio de Juan (Doctor en Historia del Arte. Violista. Profesor del Conservatorio Profesional de Música de Alicante. Especialista en Neurociencias) Title: "0,1,1,2,3,5,8...FA sustained!!! Pictomusicadelfia, music, paint, maths y...brain". Date: february 24th, 20.00. Classroom: Aula A1/1-27P del Aulario I.
The Quantitative analysis of electro-encefalogramas (QEEG) is one of the most important technical diagnóstics in Neuroscience. One of the most important tools for this purpose is the Analysis of Independent Components (ICA), in which it is possible to separate, from the measures realised by a series of electrodes situated in the head, the different cerebral signals that appear like consequence of determinate stimuli. One of the main problems of these technical is the presence of noises of impulsive type, as well as the one to refuse signals no wished (artefacts). For the first of these problems, seems promising the employment of robust technicians like Robust PCA, or any of his variants like Fixed-Rank ADM, that allows descartar the pieces of EEG affected by impulsive noise. The two first sessions of the course are dedicated to introduce the student into the use of the program Matlab.
Department of Mathematics
Universidad de Alicante Carretera de San Vicente del Raspeig s/n 03690 San Vicente del Raspeig Alicante (Spain)