Jakub M. Dzik
Since 2011 I am a Scientific Programmer in Laboratory of Neuroinformatics (Nencki Institute).
- MSc in Computer Science (2011; University of Wroclaw)
- PhD in Neuroinformatics (2019; Nancki Institute)
kESI - a kernel-based method for reconstruction of sources of brain electric activity in realistic brain geometries
kESI is a new Python package for kernel-based reconstruction of brain electric activity from recorded electric field potentials using realistic assumptions about brain geometry and conductivity.
Really reproducible behavioural paper
A heavily XKCD themed poster about writing a really reproducible behavioural paper in Python environment.
The poster is also available online.
kCSD - a Python package for reconstruction of brain activity
kCSD is a Python package for localization of sources of brain electric activity based on recorded electric potentials.