Christian Schmidt

Christian Schmidt (M’12) received his PhD from the Faculty of Computer Science and Electrical Engineering at the University of Rostock in 2013. His field of research comprises computational engineering for several applications ranging from neuroscience and electro-stimulative implants to the design of superconducting radio frequency cavities as used in accelerator facilities. His research interests include also the application and development of stochastical methods for uncertainty quantification.

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Uncertainty Quantification of Oscillation Suppression during DBS in a Coupled Finite Element and Network Model
    Models of the cortico-basal ganglia network and volume conductor models of the brain can provide insight into the mechanisms of action of deep brain stimulation (DBS). In this study, the coupling of a network model, under parkinsonian conditions, to the... Read more