Frederik Van de Steen


Contribution

Frederik developed the GUI significantly contributing to improve MuTE.


Contacts

  • Frederik.VandeSteen@ugent.be

Education

  • Current Position: PhD Student at Ghent University, Gent, Belgium
  • MSc degree in Experimental Psychology at Ghent University, Belgium
  • BSc degree in Experimental in Psycholoy at Ghent University, Belguim

Skills

  • Advanced programming skills in MATLAB
  • Good programming skills in R
  • High performance computing @ Ghent university
  • FMRI, EEG and behavioral data analysis
  • Frequentist and Bayesian statisticsli>

Research Interests

  • Methods and their applications in neuroscience
  • Macroscale brain connectivity using fMRI and EEG
  • Interplay between reward processing and other cognitive functions

Publications

  1. Van de Steen F, Krebs RM and Marinazzo D (2015). Effective connectivity during the prospect of reward and task-difficulty: A dynamic causal modelling study.. Front. Neuroinform. Conference Abstract: Second Belgian Neuroinformatics Congress. doi: 10.3389/conf.fninf.2015.19.00036
  2. Almgren H, Van de Steen F, Siugzdaite R and Marinazzo D (2015). The challenge of successive dynamic causal models. Front. Neuroinform. Conference Abstract: Second Belgian Neuroinformatics Congress. doi: 10.3389/conf.fninf.2015.19.00034
  3. de Tommaso M, Trotta G, Vecchio E, Ricci K, Van de Steen F, Montemurno A, Lorenzo M, Marinazzo D, Bellotti R and Stramaglia S (2015) Functional Connectivity of EEG Signals Under Laser Stimulation in Migraine. Front. Hum. Neurosci. 9:640. doi: 10.3389/fnhum.2015.00640

Awards and Grants

  1. FWO PhD fellowship