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e-mail: oldgandalf@yahoo.com INTERESTS: (Specific Research Lines) 1. Quantitative analysis of the EEG (both in the topography and generators). Determination of typical behavior 
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e-mail: mcovenek@etrovub.be INTERESTS: Signal Processing & Artificial Intelligence  Social Networks:   TITLE CONFERENCE: Basic Signal Processing. PRACTICAL TRAINING: Basic Signal Processing.
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e-mail: caballer@infomed.sld.cu INTERESTS: Biological Psychiatry, Neuropsychopharmacology, Psychiatry applied Neurosciences, Psychiatric classification and addictions. Social Networks: CV TITLE CONFERENCE: Schizophrenia: Neurobiology and Therapeutic. ABSTRACT: In 
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e-mail: nibaldo@infomed.sld.cu INTERESTS: Motor laterality in mammals, Alzheimer’s Family Disease, Effects of the good mood/temper/humour on the Autonomous System. Social Networks:  TITLE CONFERENCE: Successful 
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e-mail: daysiga@infomed.sld.cu INTERESTS: Longevity, Aging and Health, Neurophysiology. Social Networks:  TITLE CONFERENCE: Mobility disorders in elderly and inverse solution analysis methods. ABSTRACT: Physical 
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e-mail: wael.el-deredy@uv.cl INTERESTS: Cognitive, Electrophysiology, Neuroimaging, Bayesian inference, Brain Dynamics, Reward processing. Social Networks:   TITLE CONFERENCE: Tutorial on Source Localization.
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e-mail: jorig@cneuro.edu.cu INTERESTS: Neural correlates associated to global and local information processing of visual images (compound stimuli). Brain-computer interface and fMRI-based neurofeedback applied 
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e-mail: eduardo@cneuro.edu.cu INTERESTS: Neuroscience, Biomedical Engineering, Mathematical modeling, Brain Computer Interface. Social Networks:   TITLE CONFERENCE: Electrophysiological tools to assess brain activity. ABSTRACT: 
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e-mail: elsa@cneuro.edu.cu INTERESTS: E-Health, Neurodelopmental Disorders, Hearing Screening. Social Networks:   PRACTICAL TRAINING: Informatics tools for Machine Learning.
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e-mail: ryuta@tohoku.ac.jp INTERESTS:  • Functional mapping of higher cognitive functions of humans. • Neuroimaging study for brain plasticity in performing cognitive 
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