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Areas of Research



A major goal of the department of bioelectronics is the development of imaging methods which help the visualization of neuronal structures in the mouse brain. These techniques are applied to projects like neuronal network analysis in health and disease.
A second area of research is the analysis of EEG data with the new nonlinear method “recurrence quantification analysis (RQA)”.




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