Martin Seeber
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EEG beta suppression and low gamma modulation are different elements of human upright walking
M Seeber, R Scherer, J Wagner, T Solis-Escalante, GR Müller-Putz
Frontiers in human neuroscience 8, 485, 2014
High and low gamma EEG oscillations in central sensorimotor areas are conversely modulated during the human gait cycle
M Seeber, R Scherer, J Wagner, T Solis-Escalante, GR Müller-Putz
Neuroimage 112, 318-326, 2015
Volume conduction influences scalp-based connectivity estimates
C Brunner, M Billinger, M Seeber, TR Mullen, S Makeig
Frontiers in computational neuroscience 10, 121, 2016
Subcortical electrophysiological activity is detectable with high-density EEG source imaging
M Seeber, LM Cantonas, M Hoevels, T Sesia, V Visser-Vandewalle, ...
Nature communications 10 (1), 1-7, 2019
EEG oscillations are modulated in different behavior-related networks during rhythmic finger movements
M Seeber, R Scherer, GR Müller-Putz
Journal of Neuroscience 36 (46), 11671-11681, 2016
Computational sensemaking on examples of knowledge discovery from neuroscience data: towards enhancing stroke rehabilitation
A Holzinger, R Scherer, M Seeber, J Wagner, G Müller-Putz
International conference on information technology in bio-and medical …, 2012
Estimating EEG source dipole orientation based on singular-value decomposition for connectivity analysis
M Rubega, M Carboni, M Seeber, D Pascucci, S Tourbier, G Toscano, ...
Brain topography 32 (4), 704-719, 2019
Reconstructing gait cycle patterns from non-invasive recorded low gamma modulations
M Seeber, J Wagner, R Scherer, T Solis-Escalante, GR Mller-Putz
Proceedings of the 6 th International Brain-Computer Interface Conference 2014, 2014
Estimation of gait parameters from EEG source oscillations
L Hehenberger, M Seeber, R Scherer
2016 IEEE International Conference on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics (SMC …, 2016
ECoG beta suppression and modulation during finger extension and flexion
J Unterweger, M Seeber, S Zanos, JG Ojemann, R Scherer
Frontiers in Neuroscience 14, 2020
EEG beta band sources modulated by gait cycle during robot-assisted walking
M Seeber, R Scherer, J Wagner, T Solis-Escalante, G Müller-Putz
19th Annual Meeting of the Organization for Human Brain Mapping, to be published, 2013
P172 Inter-areal phase synchrony modulates motion discrimination: A tACS-EEG study
R Salamanca-Giron, E Raffin, M Seeber, C Michel, K Huxlin, F Hummel
Clinical Neurophysiology 131 (4), e110-e111, 2020
Using structural connectivity to augment community structure in EEG functional connectivity
K Glomb, E Mullier, M Carboni, M Rubega, G Iannotti, S Tourbier, ...
Network Neuroscience, 1-59, 2019
Gait-phase related EEG modulations during gait rehabilitation after stroke-First results
R Scherer, M Seeber, C Enzinger, S Ropele, R Linderl-Madrutter, ...
3rd International Mobile Brain. Body Imaging Conference, 2018
Linking neural oscillations and motor behavior: Modeling EEG source dynamics during human walking and rhythmic finger movements
M Seeber, R Scherer, G Müller-Putz
ANT Burgundy Neuromeeting 2016, 2016
Spectral component analysis reveals high-γ sources during gait
M Seeber, J Wagner, R Scherer, TS Escalante, G Müller-Putz
Spectral EEG modulations in sensorimotor areas are involved in human upright …, 2014
High and low γ oscillations in the sensorimotor feet area are conversely modulated by the gait cycle
M Seeber, J Wagner, R Scherer, TS Escalante, G Müller-Putz
On the use of Non-Invasive Brain-Computer Interface Technology in Neurorehabilitation
R Scherer, T Solis-Escalante, J Faller, J Wagner, M Seeber, G Müller-Putz
Biomedical Engineering/Biomedizinische Technik 1 (aop), 2013
Graz BCI MoBI Research
C Brunner, M Billinger, C Breitwieser, I Daly, A Pinegger, R Scherer, ...
Workshop Mobile Brain/Body Imaging, 2013
Non-invasive functional mapping of brain activity
M Seeber, E Friedrich, M Jehna, G Müller-Putz, R Scherer
10. Jahrestagung der Österreichischen Gesellschaft für Neurologie (ÖGN), 55-55, 2012
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