Multidimensional bioelectric processing: from decomposition to complexity
The summer school is a part of an initiative on innovative digital technologies for analyzing large datasets related to human health and is funded by the ATHENA European University alliance. The program will focus on advanced methods for processing bioelectric data, including signals such as electromyography (EMG), electroencephalography (EEG), and electrocardiography (ECG). The aim is to provide both basic and advanced knowledge of multidimensional signal processing, based on techniques such as complexity measures, factorial methods, and tensor decompositions. The courses are designed to be accessible to non-specialists, while also providing more in-depth information to participants with prior experience.
Distinguished plenary speakers will be present at the program: Prof. Ales Holobar from University of Maribor, Prof. Anne Humeau-Heurtier from Angers University, Prof. Steeve Zozor from Centre National de Recherche Scientifique CNRS, and Prof. Karim-Abed-Meraim, Prof. Philippe Ravier and Dr Olivier Buttelli from Orleans University. Participants in the summer school will receive a certificate of participation, and an accreditation validation by the network's doctoral schools is also possible.
This Summer School is organised in the framework of the Advanced Technology Higher Education Network Alliance (ATHENA European University).