Cristian Carmeli, PhD
Laboratoire de recherche en Neuroimagerie - LREN
Departement des neurosciences cliniques
Centre Hospitalier Universitaire Vaudois (CHUV)
Mont Paisible 16
I develop and apply mathematical methods to analyze and model dynamic processes based on measured data. Currently, my investigation is focused on the relationship between structural and functional modulations of the brain connectivity in Alzheimer's patients.
M. G. Knyazeva, C. Carmeli, A. Khadivi, J. Ghika, R. Meuli and R. S. Frackowiak. Evolution of source EEG synchronization in early Alzheimer's disease. Neurobiology of Aging, Accepted June 25, 2012.
D. M. Walker, C. Carmeli, F. J. Pérez-Barbería, M. Small and E. Pérez-Fernández. Inferring networks from multivariate symbolic time series to unravel behavioural interactions among animals. Animal Behaviour, 79: 351-359, 2010.
O. De Feo and C. Carmeli. Estimating interdependences in networks of weakly coupled deterministic systems. Physical Review E, 77: 026711, 2008.
C. Carmeli, M. G. Knyazeva, G. M. Innocenti and O. De Feo. Assessment of EEG synchronization based on state-space analysis. NeuroImage 25 (2005) 339-354.
O. Mariani. Source EEG functional connectivity without inverse solution. EPFL - Minor project in biomedical technologies, June 2012. [pdf file available upon request]