Sarah Blum
Sarah Blum
University of Oldenburg
Verified email at uol.de
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A Riemannian modification of artifact subspace reconstruction for EEG artifact handling
S Blum, NSJ Jacobsen, MG Bleichner, S Debener
Frontiers in human neuroscience 13, 141, 2019
522019
Monitoring pilot’s mental workload using ERPs and spectral power with a six-dry-electrode EEG system in real flight conditions
F Dehais, A Duprès, S Blum, N Drougard, S Scannella, RN Roy, F Lotte
Sensors 19 (6), 1324, 2019
402019
EEG recording and online signal processing on android: A multiapp framework for brain-computer interfaces on smartphone
S Blum, S Debener, R Emkes, N Volkening, S Fudickar, MG Bleichner
BioMed research international 2017, 2017
172017
Effects of location and fade-in time of (audio-) visual cues on response times and success-rates in a dual-task experiment
A Löcken, S Blum, TC Stratmann, U Gruenefeld, W Heuten, S Boll, ...
Proceedings of the ACM Symposium on Applied Perception, 1-4, 2017
62017
Flex-printed forehead EEG sensors (fEEGrid) for long-term EEG acquisition
S Blum, R Emkes, F Minow, J Anlauff, A Finke, S Debener
Journal of neural engineering 17 (3), 034003, 2020
32020
Evaluation of Riemannian Artifact Subspace Reconstruction for the correction of EEG artifacts
S Blum, MG Bleichner, S Debener
Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 2019
32019
A walk in the park? Characterizing gait‐related artifacts in mobile EEG recordings
NSJ Jacobsen, S Blum, K Witt, S Debener
European Journal of Neuroscience, 2020
22020
Evaluation of Riemannian ASR on cEEGrid data: an artifact correction method for BCIs
S Blum, B Mirkovic, S Debener
2019 IEEE International Conference on Systems, Man and Cybernetics (SMC …, 2019
22019
Advances in Signal Processing and Hardware Development for EEG-based Brain-computer Interfaces
S Blum
Carl von Ossietzky Universität Oldenburg, 2020
2020
Brain-Computer Interfaces on Android
S Blum, S Debener, R Emkes, N Volkening, S Fudickar, M Bleichner
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