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BioMediTech Researchers Win Real-life Cognition Contest

A research BioMediTech group headed by Adjunct Professor Jussi Tohka in the Department of Signal Processing at TUT has won an international challenge to analyse brain imaging data collected under real-life conditions.

Tohka’s group developed a new ISC based exploratory data analysis technique called FuSeISC (Functional Segmentation of Brain fMRI during naturalistic stimulus based on Inter-Subject Correlation). The method provides an ISC based functional parcellation of the brain, which is based on differences in average ISCs and their subject-wise variation across different scenes of the movie stimulus. It allows simple and highly interesting interpretation of the activation/ISCs. The method is rooted on the basic ISC analysis provided by the openly available ISC toolbox, coupled with a novel clustering algorithm to allow the detection of brain areas that have similar ISC properties.

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Professor Ulla Ruotsalainen Appointed as Vice Rector of TUT

The Board of the TTY Foundation has appointed Professor Ulla Ruotsalainen as Vice President to oversee research activities at Tampere University of Technology from 1.1.205–31.12.2016.  In addition to her duties at TUT, Professor Ruotsalainen has previously been the vice director of BioMediTech.  As Vice President, Ulla Ruotsalainen will be responsible for the development of research activities at TUT, which means a close collaboration with BioMediTech continues.

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Tue 20.1.2015 at 18:00 CAFÉ SCIENTIFIQUE – TIEDEKAHVILA: “Hämmästyttävä näköaisti? Silmän toiminnasta ja sairauksista kantasoluteknologian mahdollisuuksiin”  @ Main Library Metso, Pietilä-hall

Fri 23.01.2015 from 12:00 – 17:00 Public defence,  M.Sc. Karoliina Koski : “Characterization and Design Methodologies for Weareable Passive UHF RFID Tag Antennas for Wireless Body-Centric Systems” @ TUT, Sähkötalo building, Auditorium SM22.
Prof. Anja Skrivervik (Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne, Switzerland) will act as the opponent. The Custos is Prof. Leena Ukkonen from the Department of Electronics and Communications Engineering, TUT.


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