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17th International Conference on Biomagnetism Advances in Biomagnetism – Biomag2010

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40. Years of SQUIDs in Biomagnetism: Highlights of Heart and Brain Research

1. Forty Years of Magnetocardiology
Gerhard Stroink

2. Highlights of 40 Years of SQUID-Based Brain Research and Clinical Applications
Cheryl J. Aine

3. Development of a Whole-Head Child MEG System
Y. Adachi, M. Miyamoto, J. Kawai, M. Kawabata, M. Higuchi, D. Oyama, G. Uehara, H. Ogata, H. Kado, Y. Haruta, G. Tesan, S. Crain

4. Characteristics of the Helium Circulation System on the 440 CH Vector Type MEG
Tsunehiro Takeda, Masayoshi Okamoto, Keishi Katagiri

5. Correction of Disturbances Caused by Temporary and Continuous Head Movements
J. Nenonen, J. Nurminen, D. Kičić, R. Bikmullina, P. Lioumis, V. Jousmäki, S. Taulu, L. Parkkonen, M. Putaala, S. Kähkönen

6. Video-MEG: Integration of Digital Video to MEG Epilepsy Recordings
Juha Wilenius, Andrey Zhdanov, Erik Larismaa, Lauri Parkkonen, Matti Kajola, Jaakko Lyytinen, Antti Ahonen, Ossi Miikkulainen, Jyrki P. Mäkelä, Ritva Paetau

7. Demodulated Effect of SQUID to Magnetic Signal Outside Frequency Bandwidth
Daisuke Oyama, Masanori Higuchi, Jun Kawai, Yoshiaki Adachi, Gen Uehara, Hisashi Kado

8. Asymmetric Three-Dimensional Finite Element Analysis of a Magnetically Shielded Room with Access Ports
Broc A. Burke, Solomon G. Diamond

9. Mapping the Cardiomagnetic Field with 19 Room Temperature Second-Order Gradiometers
A. Weis, G. Bison, N. Castagna, S. Cook, A. Hofer, M. Kasprzak, P. Knowles, J. -L. Schenker

10. Towards Clinical MCG with Room-Temperature Sensors
Gertrud Lembke, Markus Stumpf, Sergio Nicola Erné, Georg Bison

11. Improvement of Small-Channel MCG System for Unshielded Environment
Mykola M. Budnyk, Oleksandr V. Zakorcheny, Vitaly C. Koshelnyk, Vitaly M. Budnyk, Volodymyr V. Lukashyk, Yuriy D. Minov, Pavlo G. Sutkovyi, Tetyana M. Ryzhenko

12. Magnetoresistive Hybrid Sensors for Simultaneous Low-Field MRI and Biomagnetic Measurements
Natalia Sergeeva-Chollet, Hadrien Dyvorne, Hedwige Polovy, Myriam Pannetier-Lecoeur, Claude Fermon

13. Safety in Simultaneous Ultra-Low-Field MRI and MEG: Forces Exerted on Magnetizable Objects by Magnetic Fields
Juhani Dabek, Fredrik Sannholm, Jaakko O. Nieminen, Panu T. Vesanen, Risto J. Ilmoniemi

14. Hybrid MEG-MRI: Geometry and Time Course of Magnetic Fields Inside a Magnetically Shielded Room
P. T. Vesanen, J. O. Nieminen, J. Dabek, R. J. Ilmoniemi

15. Magnetic Resonance Relaxometry at Low and Ultra Low Fields
P. Volegov, M. Flynn, R. Kraus, P. Magnelind, A. Matlashov, P. Nath, T. Owens, H. Sandin, I. Savukov, L. Schultz, A. Urbaitis, V. Zotev, M. Espy

16. Characterizing Cerebral and Extracerebral Components in TMS-Evoked Near-Infrared Spectroscopy Signals
Hanna Mäki, Tiina Näsi, Kalle Kotilahti, Ilkka Nissilä, Pekka Meriläinen, Risto J. Ilmoniemi

17. Real-Time Spatial Localization System of Brain Regions for TMS Application by Co-registration with fMRI
A. S. C. Peres, V. H. O. Souza, E. M. Rodrigues, C. E. G. Salmon, D. B. Araujo, O. Baffa

18. Multimodal Integration: Constraining MEG Localization with EEG and fMRI
Richard N. A. Henson

19. Academic Software Toolboxes for the Analysis of MEG Data
S. Baillet, F. Tadel, R. M. Leahy, J. C. Mosher, A. Delorme, S. Makeig, R. Oostenveld, M. Hämäläinen, S. S. Dalal, J. Zumer, M. Clerc, C. H. Wolters, S. Kiebel, O. Jensen

20. The Adjoint Method for General EEG and MEG Sensor-Based Lead Field Equations
Théodore Papadopoulo, Sylvain Vallaghé, Maureen Clerc

21. The Symmetric BEM: Bringing in More Variables for Better Accuracy
Maureen Clerc, Alexandre Gramfort, Emmanuel Olivi, Theo Papadopoulo

22. From Classical to Bayesian Estimators in the Interpretation of MEG and EEG
Jukka Sarvas, Risto J. Ilmoniemi

23. Skull Thickness versus Mesh Density — A Study on BEM Discretization Error
Pascal Werner, Matti Stenroos

24. Domain Decomposition for Coupling Finite and Boundary Element Methods in EEG
Emmanuel Olivi, Maureen Clerc, Théodore Papadopoulo

25. Multi-condition M/EEG Inverse Modeling with Sparsity Assumptions: How to Estimate What Is Common and What Is Specific in Multiple Experimental Conditions
Alexandre Gramfort

26. MEG-Clinic: A Comprehensive Software Solution for Routine MEG Analysis
Elizabeth Bock, Sylvain Baillet

27. MEG-SIM Portal: Reconstructions from Realistic Simulations of Sensory and Cognitive Processing
Lori Sanfratello, Julia M. Stephen, Douglas Ranken, Elaine Best, Theodore Wallace, Jason MacArthur, Katie Gilliam, Cheryl J. Aine

28. Time-Frequency Source Estimation from MEG Data
R. E. Greenblatt, A. Ossadtchi, L. Kurelowech, D. Lawson, J. Criado

29. Array-Gain Constraint Minimum-Norm Spatial Filter with Recursively Updated Gram Matrix for Biomagnetic Source Reconstruction
Kensuke Sekihara, Isamu Kumihashi

30. Multiple Constrained Minimum-Variance Beamformers for Reconstruction of Induced and Evoked Neural Activity
Alexander Moiseev

31. Speeding-Up MEG Beamforming Source Imaging by Correlation between Measurement and Lead-Field Vector
Jun Hee Hong, Sung Chan Jun

32. A Method for MEG Data That Obtains Linearly-Constrained Minimum-Variance Beamformer Solution by Minimum-Norm Least-Squares Method
Toshiaki Imada

33. Current Dipole Estimation in MEG by Spatial Interpolation of Magnetic Sensors
Hiroshi Fukuda, Masato Odagaki, Atsushi Kodabashi, Toshiro Fujimoto, Osamu Hiwaki

34. The Compressible Estimate (CE) of MEG Current Sources
Wei-Tang Chang, Fa-Hsuan Lin

35. Single-Trial Analysis for Empirical MEG Data
Jun Hee Hong, Minkyu Ahn, Sung Chan Jun

36. Development of Human Brainwave Simulating Device for Magnetoencephalography and the Corresponding Dipole Localization Study
Jeff Liu, Yoshinao Kishimoto, Teresa Cheung, Ash M. Parameswaran, Kenji Amaya

37. MEG Virtual Channel Methods for Movement Prediction and Training
T. Yeager, T. D. Ard, F. W. Carver, T. Holroyd, R. Coppola

38. An Algebraic Method for Eye Blink Artifacts Detection in Single Channel EEG Recordings
Zoran Tiganj, Mamadou Mboup, Christophe Pouzat, Lotfi Belkoura

39. Relevant Observations for Averaging Stimulus Evoked Magnetic Fields across Trials and across Subjects
Norman Zacharias, Cezary Sielużycki, Artur Matysiak, Reinhard König, Peter Heil

40. Quantification of the Time and Frequency Signatures of Visual Cortical Activation in the Developing Brain: A Study with MEG and Wave-Cross Spectrogram
Xinyao Guo, Jing Xiang, Yangmei Chen, Lu Meng, Xiaoshan Wang, Yingying Wang

41. Cluster-Based Algorithm for ROI Analysis and Cognitive State Decoding Using Single-Trial Source MEG Data
Gustavo Sudre, Yang Xu, Rob Kass, Doug J. Weber, Wei Wang

42. Decoding Subjective Simultaneity from Neuromagnetic Signals
Kohske Takahashi, Shohei Hidaka, Katsumi Watanabe

43. Methods for Determination of Functional Connectivity in Brain
Katarzyna J. Blinowska

44. Estimating Directions of Information Flow between Cortical Activities Using Phase-Slope Index
Kensuke Sekihara, Julia Owen, Hagai Attias, David Wipf, Srikantan S. Nagarajan

45. Estimating Causality Measures from Reconstructed Source Time Courses When Large Background Activities Exist
Kensuke Sekihara, Julia Owen, Hagai Attias, Srikantan S. Nagarajan

46. Constructing Surrogate Data to Control for Artifacts of Volume Conduction for Functional Connectivity Measures
Forooz Shahbazi, Arne Ewald, Andreas Ziehe, Guido Nolte

47. MEG Detects Alpha-Power Modulations in Pulvinar
Yohan Attal, Jerome Yelnik, Eric Bardinet, Marie Chupin, Sylvain Baillet

48. Characterization of Spontaneous Neuromagnetic Brain Rhythms Using Independent Component Analysis of Short-Time Fourier Transforms
Pavan Ramkumar, Aapo Hyvärinen, Lauri Parkkonen, Riitta Hari

49. Prestimulus Oscillatory Brain Activity Influences the Perception of the McGurk Effect
Julian Keil, Niklas Ihssen, Nathan Weisz

50. Relating Motor Cortical Oscillations to Motor γ-Aminobutyric Acid (GABA)
William Gaetz, James C. Edgar, D. -J. Wang, Timothy P. L. Roberts

51. Connectivity in the Human Fetal Brain
I. Kostovic, M. Pletikos

52. Electrical Brain Function of Prematurely Born Babies
Sampsa Vanhatalo

53. Early Development of Sensory Systems in Prematurely Born Babies
Sampsa Vanhatalo

54. Maturation of the Cortical Somatosensory Processing as Studied by MEG
Päivi Nevalainen, Leena Lauronen, Elina Pihko

55. Pediatric CNS Pathophysiology
Julia M. Stephen, Sven Braeutigam, Paul L. Furlong, Urs Ribary, Timothy P. L. Roberts, Nazin Virji-Babul

56. Fetal Development Assessed by Self-Organization Indices
Dirk Hoyer, Uwe Schneider

57. Altered Long-Range Phase Synchronization and Cortical Activation in Children Born Very Preterm
Sam M. Doesburg, Urs Ribary, Anthony T. Herdman, Teresa Cheung, Alexander Moiseev, Hal Weinberg, Michael F. Whitfield, Anne Synnes, Mario Liotti, Daniel Weeks, Ruth E. Grunau

58. The Frequency Profile of Somatosensory Evoked Magnetic Fields in the Developing Brain
Y. Wang, J. Xiang, D. F. Rose, T. Holroyd, E. Harris, T. J. deGrauw

59. Detecting Gross Fetal Movements Using Fetal Magnetocardiography
Peter Leeuwen, Daniel Geue, Silke lange, Dietrich H. W. Grönemeyer

60. Fetal Maternal Heart Rate Entrainment under Controlled Maternal Breathing
Peter Leeuwen, Daniel Geue, Marko Thiel, Silke Lange, D. Cysarz, Mamen C. Romano, Jürgen Kurths, Dietrich H. W. Grönemeyer

61. Magnetomyography Combined with Fetal Magnetocardiography in the Registration of Uterine Contractions
Peter Leeuwen, Wolfgang Hatzmann, Sven Schiermeier, Dietrich H. W. Grönemeyer

62. Characterizing Fetal Sympatho-Vagal Balance through Multivariate Time-Varying Autoregressive Modeling of Magnetocardiografic Data
D. Gutiérrez, F. M. García-Guevara, I. Kiefer, R. Draganova, H. Preissl

63. Objective Assessments of Bone-Conducted Ultrasonic (BCU) Hearing by Auditory Evoked Fields
Seiji Nakagawa

64. Observing Mismatch Fields from Human Auditory Discrimination of Heavily Damped Frequency Component Adjustments
S. Gardeen, A. Leuthold, J. H. Broadhurst

65. Cortical Dynamics Underlying the Visual Perception of Stationary and Moving Stimuli
Wenqi Sun, Alexander Moiseev, Faisal Beg, Urs Ribary, Naznin Virji-Babul

66. Neural Interactions between Dorsal and Ventral Visual Subsystems While Perceiving 3-D Structure from 2-D Motion
Sunao Iwaki, John W. Belliveau

67. Objective Detection of the Flicker Fusion Threshold with Pupil Diameter and Visual Evoked Magnetic Field
Nobuyoshi Harada, Sunao Iwaki, Mitsuo Tonoike

68. Effects of Adaptation on Visual Sensitivity and MEG Responses to the Envelope of AM Flicker
Yosuke Okamoto, Seiji Nakagawa

69. Long-Range Coupling of Prefrontal Cortex and Visual (MT) or Polysensory (STP) Cortical Areas in Motion Perception
Lucia Maria Vaina, Finnegan Calabro, Fa-Hsuan Lin, Matti S. Hämäläinen

70. In Search of Neural Signatures of Visual Binding : A MEG/SSVEF Study
Charles Aissani, Benoit Cottereau, Anee-Lise Paradis, Jean Lorenceau

71. Repeatability of AEF and SEF from Static and Moving Head Positions
Jukka Nenonen, Lauri Parkkonen, Liisa Helle, Samu Taulu, Antti Ahonen

72. Functional Motor Mapping Using Corticokinetic Coherence
Mathieu Bourguignon, Xavier Tiège, Marc Beeck, Benoît Pirotte, Patrick Bogaert, Serge Goldman, Riitta Hari, Veikko Jousmäki

73. Face Processing in Children: Novel MEG Findings
Margot J. Taylor, Travis Mills, Linda Zhang, Elizabeth W. Pang

74. Bottom-Up and Top-Down Driven Attentional Effects on Auditory Evoked Fields
Hidehiko Okamoto, Henning Stracke, Lothar Lagemann, Christo Pantev

75. Attention and Processing of Relevant Visual Information While Simulated Driving: a MEG Study
A. Fort, R. Martin, S. Daligault, A. Jacquet-Andrieu, C. Delpuech

76. Temporal Dissection of Stimulus-Driven and Task-Driven Processes during Perceptual Decision about 3D SFM Stimuli
Agnieszka Miskiewicz, Stéphane Buffat, Jean Lorenceau, Anne-Lise Paradis

77. MEG Study of Amygdala Responses during the Perception of Emotional Faces and Gaze
Thibaud Dumas, Yohan Attal, Marie Chupin, Roland Jouvent, Stéphanie Dubal, Nathalie George

78. Dynamic Brain Responses to Semantic Incongruencies in the Visually Presented Language Streams
Kouichi Sutani, Sunao Iwaki

79. Time Course and Neural Network for Comparing Written and Spoken Words: A MEG and DTI Study
Lu Meng, Jing Xiang, Douglas Rose, Rupesh Kotecha, Jennifer Vannest, Anna Byars, Ton Degrauw

80. Neuronal Effects of the SpeechEasy Treatment for Stuttering
S. M. Bowyer, J. Peacock, N. Tepley, J. E. Moran

81. MEG Detection of Attention and Memory Processes in Individuals with Dyslexia
S. M. Bowyer, L. Pawluk, A. Olszewski, M. L. Gallaway, A. Mansour, D. Jacobson, L. Erdodi, P. Lewandowski-Powley, J. Moran, N. Tepley, R. Lajiness-O’Neill

82. Oscillatory Activity in Prefrontal Cortex during Implicit Letter-Location Binding
Claudia Poch, Pablo Campo, Fabrice B. R. Parmentier, Jane V. Elsley, Francisco Pozo, Fernando Maestú

83. Spectral Power of Brain Activity Associated with Emotion — A Pilot MEG Study
George Zouridakis, Udit Patidar, Nikhil S. Padhye, Luca Pollonini, Antony Passaro, Andrew C. Papanicolaou

84. Fair Play in the Brain – Cortical Activity in Response to Fair and Unfair Offers of a Fictitious Partner in a Gambling Design
Astrid C. Steffen, Gerald Schneider, Brigitte Rockstroh

85. rtMEG: A Real-Time Software Toolbox for Brain-Machine Interfaces Using Magnetoencephelography
Gustavo Sudre, Wei Wang, Tao Song, Matti Kajola, Ramana Vinjamuri, Jennifer Collinger, Alan Degenhart, Anto Bagic, Doug J. Weber

86. Source Space Based Brain Computer Interface
Minkyu Ahn, Jun Hee Hong, Sung Chan Jun

87. Exploiting Prior Neurophysiological Knowledge to Improve Brain Computer Interface Performance
Arne Ewald, Andreas Ziehe, Forooz Shahbazi, Guido Nolte

88. Neural Dynamics of Alcohol Effects on Cognitive Control: Eriksen Flanker Task
Ksenija Marinkovic, Sheeva Azma

89. From Auditory Change Detection to Reading and Word Processing: Impairments in Children with Intractable Epilepsy
Milena Korostenskaja, Maria Pardos, Ki Heyeong Lee, Hisako Fujiwara, Teija Kujala, Jing Xiang, Jennifer Vannest, Yingying Wang, Nat Hemasilphin, Ton deGrauw, Douglas Rose

90. Hemispheric Differences in Neural Activation during Gaze Cueing in Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) Measured by Magnetoencephalography (MEG)
R. Lajiness-O’Neill, A. M. Chase, A. Olszewski, M. A. Boyle, L. Pawluk, A. Mansour, D. Jacobson, M. L. Gallaway, P. Lewandowski-Powley, B. Gorka, J. Moran, S. M. Bowyer

91. Cortico-Motor Coherence during Deep Brain Stimulation for Parkinson’s Disease
Chun Kee Chung

92. MEG Slow Wave Dipole Density (SWDD) in Presurgical Evaluation of Epilepsy Patients: Preliminary Results of a Prospective Study
Martin Kaltenhäuser, Stefan Rampp, Tanja Ehrenfried, Marcel Heers, Hermann Stefan

93. Brain Network Connectivity Dynamics during Voluntary Finger Movement in Right Handed Adults with Down Syndrome: Evidence for Contralateral and Ipsilateral Dominance
N. Moiseeva, A. Moiseev, I. Lott, R. Haier, K. Head, U. Ribary, N. Virji-Babul

94. White Matter Abnormalities in Children with Temporal Lobe Epilepsy: A DTI and MEG Study
Lu Meng, Jing Xiang, Douglas Rose, Rupesh Kotecha, Jennifer Vannest, Anna Byars, Ton Degrauw

95. Obtaining Auditory M100 Responses: Success Rates in Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders
Sarah Y. Khan, J. Christopher Edgar, Justin F. Monroe, Kate M. Cannon, Lisa Blaskey, Saba Qasmieh, Sue E. Levy, Timothy P. L. Roberts

96. Early ERF Responses to Final Words in a Sentence Context during Reading in Individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorders: An MEG Study
Banu Ahtam, Sven Braeutigam, Anthony J. Bailey

97. MEG Abnormalities in Creutzfeldt-Jakob Disease, a Case Report
Eero Pekkonen, Juha Wilenius, Jukka Lyytinen, Anders Paetau, Maarit Palomäki, Jyrki P. Mäkelä

98. Nondipolar Content of Cardiac Magnetic Field Maps in Patients after ST Elevation Myocardial Infarction
Peter Leeuwen, Birgit Hailer, Gregor Eiling, Dietrich H. W. Grönemeyer

99. Magnetic Reconstruction of Circulating Excitation
Taysia Sosnytska, Pavlo Sutkovyy, Volodymyr Sosnytskyy, Ekaterina Koronovska

100. Comparison of Cardiac Activation Models Using 3D MCG Data
Massimo Melis, Yoshinori Uchikawa

101. Development of Pattern Recognition Method for Diagnosis of Myocardial Ischemia and Noncoronarogenic Myocardial Diseases Based on Current Density Distribution Maps
I. A. Chaykovskyy, M. M. Budnyk, M. A. Najafian, S. S. Martynenko, A. S. Dovbysh, O. S. Kovalenko

102. Evaluation of Electrophysiological Alteration Created by Local Autonomic Dysfunction Using Magnetocardiography
Taysia Sosnytska, Leonyd Stadnyuk, Volodymyr Sosnytskyy

103. Magnetocardiography Study of Cardiac Anomalies
K. Gireesan, S. Sengottuvel, C. Parasakthi, Rajesh Patel, M. P. Janawadkar, T. S. Radhakrishnan, K. S. R. Murthy, A. Vijaya

104. Magnetic Field Map Orientation in Patients after ST Elevation Myocardial Infarction
Peter Leeuwen, Birgit Hailer, A. Beck, Waleid Sherifa, Gregor Eiling, Dietrich Grönemeyer

105. AC Biosusceptometry as a Tool for Monitoring the Gastrointestinal Transit of Multiparticulate Drug Delivery System
G. F. Oliveira, P. C. Ferrari, L. A. Corá, U. Andreis, J. R. A. Miranda, R. C. Evangelista

106. A New Technique for Magnetic Nanoparticle Imaging Using Magnetoencephalography Frequency Data
Teresa Cheung, Karen L. Kavanagh, Urs Ribary

107. Magnetic Detection of the Sentinel Lymph Node in Ex Vivo Tissue with Colorectal Cancer
B. Haken, M. Visscher, J. J. Pouw, J. M. Klaase, Q. A. Pankhurst, J. Galindo-Millan, A. H. Velders, H. Rogalla

108. Effects of Magnetic Fields on Nervous Cells
J. C. Hernandez-Pavon, T. Cordova, S. Solorio, G. Barbosa-Sabanero, M. Sabanero-Lopez, M. Sosa

Keywords: Engineering, Biomedical Engineering, Biophysics and Biological Physics, Imaging / Radiology, Image Processing and Computer Vision

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Springer
Publication year
2010
Language
en
Edition
1
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IFMBE Proceedings
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Technology, Energy, Traffic
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Ebook
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