Our research goal is the elucidation of human brain mechanisms of cognitive and emotional information processing.

We use multichannel brain-electric field recordings (EEG/ERP) to measure brain activity during spontaneous mentation and stimulus-evoked processing in normal subjects and psychiatric patients.

Quantitative analyses of brain electric activity rely on the development of innovative models and methods that must minimally satisfy, if possible, two criteria:
(1) Validation, if experimental ground truth is available.
(2) Best performance, based on fair, objective comparisons to other similar published methods, using simulations.