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Observer design with applications in neuroscience

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An emerging area of neural control engineering exploits techniques from control engineering to tackle problems arising in the diagnostics, management and treatment of neurological diseases such as epilepsy, Parkisons, migranes, and so on.  Our work is motivated by the desire to predict epileptic seizures using an implantable device that measures the electrical brain activity via EEG . It is hypothesized in the literature that parameter/state estimation may lead to the solution of this important problem. This talk overviews some recent results on nonlinear observer design for classes of the so called neural mass models that arise in this context.

This talk is part of the Control and Power Seminars series.

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