Research Scientist, Functional Brain Mapping Lab, University of Geneva
Martin Seeber is a Postdoctoral researcher at the Functional Brain Mapping Lab at the University of Geneva, Switzerland. He received his PhD in Computer Science after graduating in Electrical and Biomedical Engineering from the Graz University of Technology, Austria. During his PhD research, he focused on studying cortical dynamics during human gait and repetitive movements in general. His research interests include investigating fast, large-scale network dynamics based on EEG source imaging in order to link these dynamics to motor behaviour, i.e. human gait. More specifically, his current research focus is to model EEG source dynamics involved in gait for developing and optimizing non-invasive Brain-Spinal Interfaces for gait rehabilitation and restoration in humans.