2021 IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech and Signal Processing

6-11 June 2021 • Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Extracting Knowledge from Information

2021 IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech and Signal Processing

6-11 June 2021 • Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Extracting Knowledge from Information

Technical Program

BIO-5: Neuroimaging and Neural Signal Processing

Session Type: Poster
Time: Tuesday, 8 June, 14:00 - 14:45
Location: Gather.Town
 
BIO-5.1: MUTUAL INFORMATION FLOWS IN A BIVARIATE POINT PROCESS
         Syed Ahmed Pasha; Air University
         Victor Solo; University of New South Wales
 
BIO-5.2: UNCERTAINTY-BASED BIOLOGICAL AGE ESTIMATION OF BRAIN MRI SCANS
         Karim Armanious; University of Stuttgart
         Sherif Abdulatif; University of Stuttgart
         Wenbin Shi; University of Stuttgart
         Tobias Hepp; Max Planck Institute for Intelligent Systems
         Sergios Gatidis; University of Tübingen
         Bin Yang; University of Stuttgart
 
BIO-5.3: SPARSE REPRESENTATION OF COMPLEX-VALUED FMRI DATA BASED ON HARD THRESHOLDING OF SPATIAL SOURCE PHASE
         Jia-Yang Song; Dalian University of Technology
         Miao-Ying Qi; Dalian University of Technology
         Dun-Pei Lv; Dalian University of Technology
         Chao-Ying Zhang; Dalian University of Technology
         Qiu-Hua Lin; Dalian University of Technology
         Vince Calhoun; Georgia State University, Georgia Institute of Technology, Emory University
 
BIO-5.4: TUCKER DECOMPOSITION FOR EXTRACTING SHARED AND INDIVIDUAL SPATIAL MAPS FROM MULTI-SUBJECT RESTING-STATE FMRI DATA
         Yue Han; Dalian University of Technology
         Qiu-Hua Lin; Dalian University of Technology
         Li-Dan Kuang; Changsha University of Science and Technology
         Xiao-Feng Gong; Dalian University of Technology
         Fengyu Cong; Dalian University of Technology
         Vince Calhoun; Georgia State University, Georgia Institute of Technology, Emory University
 
BIO-5.5: RIEMANNIAN GEOMETRY-BASED DECODING OF THE DIRECTIONAL FOCUS OF AUDITORY ATTENTION USING EEG
         Simon Geirnaert; KU Leuven
         Tom Francart; KU Leuven
         Alexander Bertrand; KU Leuven
 
BIO-5.6: COMPARISON OF WAVELET AND RID-RIHACZEK BASED METHODS FOR PHASE-AMPLITUDE COUPLING
         Tamanna Tabassum Khan Munia; Michigan State University
         Selin Aviyente; Michigan State University