Lau Andersen

Lau Andersen

Postdoctoral Researcher

Contact: Lau@NatMEG.se

NatMEG staff

Research interests

During my Ph.D. at Aarhus University, Denmark, I studied the neural correlates of perceptual consciousness using MEG and multivariate decoding. Before that I have been involved in behavioural studies of the vision of macaque monkeys at Emory University, USA, and studies of the neural development of children and adolescents at University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

 

@NatMEG

At NatMEG, I am working on benchmarking studies comparing conventional low-Tc SQUIDS based MEG systems with new high-Tc SQUIDS sensor, aiming to uncover the potentials of high-Tc SQUIDS in generating higher signal-to-noise ratios.

 

Publications

Find me on ResearchGate here, and

on Google scholar here.

 

Preprints

Group analysis in FieldTrip of time-frequency responses from a tactile stimulation paradigm: a pipeline for reproducibility at every step of processing, going from individual sensor space representations to an across-group source space representation

 

Group analysis in MNE-Python of evoked response from a tactile stimulation paradigm: a pipeline for reproducibility at every step of processing, going from individual sensor space representations to

an across-group source space representation

 

Tutorials and workshops

 

Introduction to R

 

Source reconstruction introduction in FieldTrip