The course takes place as classroom teaching. If this is not possible, as online lessons. Students are asked to bring their own computer with MATLAB installed.
During last years there has been a growing interest in analysing the human brain as a complex system of interconnected processing nodes. Such analyses have provided important new insights into the correlation between the organization, dynamics and functions of brain networks and human behaviour. During the course an introduction will be given how to analyse an fMRI data as complex network using graph theory. The course will focus on the analysis of ‘fMRI’ data which need specific analysis approaches to deal with the requirements inherent to the quality of the measured data.
Literature: Bullmore, E., Sporns, O., 2009. Complex brain networks: graph theoretical analysis of structural and functional systems. Nat Rev Neurosci 10, 186-198.
Profound knowledge in programming (MATLAB, C, r-statistics, or comparable languages) is required.
The course is part of admission "6.02.141_3 WS22/23".
The following rules apply for the admission:
A defined number of seats will be assigned to these courses.
The seats will be assigned in order of enrolment.
At least one of these conditions must be fulfilled for enrolment: