Since 2011, CNRS researcher (section 28, INSB-INSIS) in the Research Center for Automatic Control of Nancy, UMR7039, CNRS - Lorraine University (FRANCE)
Education and postdoctoral training
* 2011 : Postdoctoral Researcher in the Research Center for Automatic Control of Nancy, UMR 7039 CNRS – Lorraine University in Nancy (France) in collaboration with the Neurology department of the University Hospital of Nancy, Nancy (France) . PI: Louis Maillard
* 2008 : Postdoctoral Researcher in the Institute de Neurosciences des Systèmes, INSERM - Aix Marseille University, UMR1106, Marseille (France). PI: Patrick Chauvel
* 2004 - 2007 : PhD in Neurosciences, in the Adaptative, Diagnostic and Interventional Lab, INSERM - Lorraine University, U947, Nancy (France). PI : Jacques Felblinger. Phd supervisors: Marc Braun ; Hervé Vespignani
From left to right : Y. VINCENT (CEO, Technology-Ergonomy-Application company), Pr. M. BRAUN (Co-Supervisor; Dean of Medicine, Lorraine University, Nancy), Pr. P. CHAUVEL (Rapporteur; Director of INSERM U1106, Marseille), Pr. Jean GOTMAN (Rapporteur ; Director of "EEG, Imaging and Epilepsy" in Montreal Neurological Institute, McGill University, Montreal), Dr. L. Koessler, Pr. H. VESPIGNANI (Co-supervisor; Head of Neurology department, University Hospital, Nancy), Pr. B. BIOULAC (Examiner; Director ITMO Neurosciences - AVIESAN, Bordeaux), Pr. L. MAILLARD (Invited; Head of the Epilepsy unit, CHRU Nancy), Pr. Simon THORNTON (President; INSERM U1116, Nancy).
* 2004 : Master Engineering in biomedical engineering, Lorraine University, Nancy (France)
- ALTAKROURY Hamza (ERASMUS; since 2014)
Signal processing and biomedical engineering PhD ; Optimizing realistic volume propagation model using human in-vivo intracerebral electrical stimulations and multi-scale EEG recordings. Co-supervisor: Pr. Valérie Louis-Dorr, PhD (CRAN) ; Doctoral School : Computer Sciences, Automatic Control, Electrical Engineering and Mathematics - Lorraine University
- RAMANTANI Georgia, MD (since 2014)
Neurosciences PhD ; Investigation of brain sources using simultaneous multi-scale EEG recordings in frontal lobe epilepsy: what scalp EEG can and cannot see. Co-supervisor: Pr. Louis Maillard, MD, PhD (University Hospital of Nancy) ; Doctoral School : Biology, Health and Environment - Lorraine University
* Neuroscientific expertize for the Epilepsy Unit, University hospital in Nancy (France). Specific missions in : electrical source imaging, EEG and SEEG signals analysis, Instrumentation and sensors development.
* Associate Editor in Neurophysiologie Clinique/Clinical Neurophysiology (NCCN), Elsevier (ISSN: 0987-7053).
* Lorraine University, Faculty of Medicine:
- Licence 3, Biomedical Engineering : 24h of teaching/year, "Recording Techniques for electrophysiology".
- Master 1, BioSciences and Health system engineering : 30h of teaching/year, "Human neurophysiology: from neuron to cerebral cortex".
* Since 2014, organizer of a meeting (one day) on "Signal and Image Processing for Neuroscience" (Journée Traitement du Signal et d'Image en Neurosciences, JTSIN) held in (1) Nancy in November 2014, (2) Grenoble in July 2015, (3) Macon in July 2016 (upcoming)
* Since 2014, regional organizer of the "Brain week" held in Lorraine region. This week helds simultaneously in more than 30 cities in France. National organization is coordinated by the French Neuroscience society.