Professor, Biomedical Engineering
|Biomedical image analysis, brain functioning, morphometry of the human brain|
Max-Planck Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience, Leipzig, Signal and Image Processing Group, Head, 1995-2004
Department of Computer Science, University of Leipzig, Computer Vision Group,
Deputy Professor, 2002-2004
Interdisciplinary Centre of Clinical Research, University of Leipzig,
Senior Researcher, 2005
My research focuses on understanding the relation between structures and functions of the human brain. I am developing and applying new signal and image processing algorithms to the data analysis of neurofunctional methods (anatomical and functional MRI, emission tomography, event-related fields and potentials).
The technologies that we have previously designed include:
(1) New methods for neurofunctional data analysis,
(2) Segmentation of pathological structures in brain datasets,
(3) Biomechanical and electromagnetical finite element models of the head,
(4) Combining event-related potentials and functional MRI.
My current work involves the quantification of neuroanatomical structures and the detection of neurofunctional areas from high-resolution anatomical MRI datasets.
Kruggel F. (2005) MRI-Based Volumetry of Head Compartments: Normative Values of Healthy Adults. NeuroImage, in print.
Kruggel F., Bruckner M.K., Arendt Th., Wiggins, C.J., von Cramon D.Y. (2003) Analyzing the Neocortical Fine-Structure. Medical Image Analysis 7, 251-264.
Svensen M., Kruggel F., Benali H. (2002) ICA of fMRI Group Study Data. NeuroImage 15, 551-563.
Kovalev V.A., Kruggel F., von Cramon, D.Y., Gertz, H.J. (2001) 3D Texture Analysis of MR Brain Datasets. IEEE Transactions on Medical Imaging 20, 424-433.
Kruggel F., Herrmann C.S., Wiggins C.J., von Cramon D.Y. (2001) Hemodynamic and Electroencephalographic Responses to Illusionary Figures: Recording of the Evoked Potentials During Functional MRI. NeuroImage 14, 1327-1336.
Diploma in Chemistry
Ruhr University, Bochum 1983
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