Aude Jegou

Aude Jegou, MSc

I received my biomedical engineering degree from ESIR in University of Rennes in France in 2015. In winter 2018, I will be graduated in Master of Science in Physics at Concordia University.

My research interest was to study the effect of sleep deprivation on the brain by using ElectroEncephalogram (EEG) and functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) simultaneously. I conducted a sleep deprivation study at PERFORM where participants were asked to perform some tasks and nap after a sleep deprivation night. The focus of my thesis was on analysing the data from the nap, and particularly by detecting the spindle on EEG. I compared several methodologies to find the most appropriate for our data.

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Program: MSc in Physics, Concordia University

Project: Neural correlates of sleep deprivation using simultaneous EEG/fMRI

Co-supervised by Dr. Thanh Dang-Vu and supervised by Dr. Christophe Grova
Period of co-supervisionJan. 2016 – June 2018

Biography

I received my biomedical engineering degree from ESIR in University of Rennes in France in 2015. In winter 2018, I will be graduated in Master of Science in Physics at Concordia University.

Research interests

My research interest was to study the effect of sleep deprivation on the brain by using ElectroEncephalogram (EEG) and functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) simultaneously. I conducted a sleep deprivation study at PERFORM where participants were asked to perform some tasks and nap after a sleep deprivation night. The focus of my thesis was on analysing the data from the nap, and particularly by detecting the spindle on EEG. I compared several methodologies to find the most appropriate for our data.

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Program: MSc in Physics, Concordia University

Project: Neural correlates of sleep deprivation using simultaneous EEG/fMRI

Co-supervised by Dr. Thanh Dang-Vu and supervised by Dr. Christophe Grova
Period of co-supervisionJan. 2016 – June 2018