Prof. Dr. Ahmet Ademoğlu
Dipole Source Localization Of Brain Electrical Activity,
Functional Neuroimaging With EEG And FMRI
Oct. 1983 - July 1987: B.S., Bogazici University, Electrical & Electronics Engineering Department
Oct. 1987 - Feb. 1990: M.S. Bogazici University, Biomedical Engineering Institute
Mar. 1990 - May 1995: Ph.D. Bogazici University, Biomedical Engineering Institute
Mar 1988 - July 1995: Research Assistant, Bogazici University, Biomedical Engineering Institute
Jan 1993 - Nov. 1993 : Visiting Researcher at Rutgers University, Biomedical Engineering Department, NJ
August 1994 -September 1994 Visiting Researcher at the Institute of Physiology, Medical School, Lubeck University
July 1995 - July 1997: Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the Medical School, Psychiatry Department, University of Texas at Houston, TX
Sep. 1997 - Nov. 1999: Assistant Professor at Biomedical Engineering Institute, Bogazici University.
Nov. 1999 -: Associate Professor at Biomedical Engineering Institute, Bogazici University.
Mar. 2006 – : Professor at Biomedical Engineering Institute, Bogazici University.
Jan. 2012-Jan. 2015 : Rector in Istanbul Sehir University (on leave from Bogazici University).
Jan. 2015 – : Professor at Biomedical Engineering Institute, Bogazici University.
Source localization of spatio-temporally decomposed topographic EEG maps. EEG-fMRI fusion of Steady-State or Event-Related Brain Potentials. Localization of epileptic foci using source reconstructed EEG data.
Integration of EEG and fMRI data using Multilinear Regression Methods.
EEG-fMRI Fusion of Steady-State Brain Potentials.
Source Localization in Epilepsy using the Boundary Element Method based the Realistic Head Models.
Source Imaging of Spatio-Temporally Decomposed Topographic EEG Maps.
BM 503 Basic Mathematics for Biomedical Science
BM 504 Systems Theory for Biomedical Science
BM 571 Biomedical Signal Processing
BM 588 Special Topics (Principles of Neuroimaging)
BM 531 Numerical Methods and C/C++ Programming
Neurosignal Analysis Laboratory, Biomedical Engineering Institute, Bogazici University
EEG Laboratory, Department of Physiology, Istanbul Medical School, Istanbul University
Boğaziçi University, Biomedical Engineering Institute
Seda Nilgun Dumlu
Middle East Technical University, Medical Informatics, In Collaboration with Dokuz Eylul University School of Medicine
Sencer Melih Deniz
B.Sc. in Electrical and Electronics Engineering Middle East Technical University (METU), 2001
M.Sc. in Biomedical Engineering, İstanbul Technical University, 2007.
2013: Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences in Leipzig, Germany.
2015-2016 : Cognitive Electrophysiology Lab and Neuroimaging Unit of Hulusi Behcet Life Sciences Laboratories, Istanbul University
2008- : The Scientific and Technological Research Council of Turkey (TÜBİTAK) Informatics and Information Security Research Center
EEG, Signal Processing, Brain Computer Interface (BCI), Event-Related Brain Potentials, Time-Frequency Analysis, Cognitive Workload, EEG-Based Emotion Recognition, Neuroscience, Noise Cancellation, Adaptive Systems.
A. Umut Gunebakan
Oct. 2003 - July 2009: B.S., Işık University, Electrical & Electronics Engineering Department
Oct. 2009 - July. 2011: M.S. Bogazici University, Biomedical Engineering Institute
Oct. 2011 - .... : Ph.D. Bogazici University, Biomedical Engineering Institute
Graph Theory, Functional Connectivity, EEG Oscillations, Phase Synchrony, Memory Formation, Event-Related Brain Potentials, Artificial Intelligence, Cognition,
PhD Candidate, University of Kyoto, Japan
Assistant Professor, Istanbul University
Ali Bayram was born in 1979 in Isparta, Turkey. He received the B.S. degree in Electronics and Communication Engineering from Yıldız Technical University, Istanbul in 2001. He received the M.S. degree in Biomedical Engineering from Boğaziçi University, Istanbul in 2005. Between 2004 and 2005, he worked as a specialist in the Computer Sciences Research and Application Center (BAUM) at the Süleyman Demirel University, Isparta. Between 2006 and 2007, he worked as a researcher in the department of radiology at the Yeditepe University Hospital. Between 2007 and 2013, he worked as a biomedical engineer at NPISTANBUL Neuropsychiatry Hospital. Since 2012, he is a lecturer at Üsküdar University.
Ali Bayram has published six SCI-indexed journal papers and fifteen international conference papers. His research interests include functional neuroimaging (EEG, fMRI), signal and image processing, multimodal neuroimaging, brain connectivity, and cognitive sciences.
PhD, Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston
PhD Candidate, University of Cambridge
Before I joined NeurAl, I studied Medicine at Alexandria University and founded the Alexandria Neuroscience Committee to improve neuroscience research and education in Alexandria.
I started here as an intern then enrolled in the Biomedical Engineering MS program at Bogazici University specializing in the Neuroengineering track.
My thesis project investigates fMRI responses of the Multiple Demand system (MD) under the co-advising of Evelina Fedorenko at MIT Brain and Cognitive Sciences Department. I investigate the relation between individual differences in executive abilities and MD activity through fusion of behavioral measures with fMRI BOLD measures.
Multiple Demand System; executive functions disorders; Multimodal neuroimaging (fMRI, EEG, ECoG); Multivariate statistics
PhD, Max Planck Institute, Cologne
PhD, Department of Psychology, Cardiff University, UK
I received my B.S. degree in electrical and electronics engineering in 2005 and M.S. degree in 2007 and my Ph.D. degree in 2015 in biomedical engineering from Boğaziçi University. During my PhD studies I attended ESMRMB Lectures on MRI – fMRI titled “From Neurophysiology to Cognitive Neuroscience” in Tubingen, Germany and FENS-IBRO Summer School “Imaging Brain Function in animals and Humans” in Lausanne-Geneva, Switzerland. I visited Cuban Neuroscience Center, Havana, Cuba in 2013. I woked as a postdoctoral fellow at the UESTC, Chengdu, China for 18 months as a collaborator to Dr. Pedro Valdes-Sosa. Currently, I’m a postdoctoral fellow at the CUBRIC in Cardiff University in UK. I am a member of the Organization of Human Brain Mapping and the Turkish Magnetic Resonance Society.