Felix Lucka

Felix Lucka received the Ph.D. degree in mathematics from the University of Munster, Munster, Germany, supervised by Martin Burger, the Head of the working group “Imaging,” Institute for Applied Mathematics, and by Carsten H. Wolters, the Head of the working group “Methods in bioelectromagnetism,” Institute for Biomagnetism and Biosignalanalysis. In September 2014, he joined the “Center for Medical Image Computing” (CMIC) at the UCL, U.K., as a Research Associate to work with Simon Arridge. His research interests include inverse problems, Bayesian inference, and mathematical modeling applied to biomedical imaging and brain research.

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Electrical Stimulation of the Human Cerebral Cortex by Extracranial Muscle Activity: Effect Quantification with Intracranial EEG and FEM Simulations
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