cv

full papers

Gehrke, L., Iversen, J. R., Makeig, S. & Gramann, K. The invisible maze task (IMT): Interactive exploration of sparse virtual environments to investigate action-driven formation of spatial representations. presented at Spatial Cognition 2018.

Gehrke*, L., Guerdan*, L., Gramann, K. Extracting Motion-Related Subspaces from EEG in Mobile Brain/Body Imaging Studies using Source Power Comodulation (accepted at IEEE NER 2019)

Gehrke, L., Akman, S., Lopes, P., Chen, A., Singh, A.K., Chen, H.-T., Lin, C.-T., Gramann, K. Detecting Visuo-Haptic Mismatches in Virtual Reality using the Prediction Error Negativity of Event-Related Brain Potentials (accepted at ACM SIGCHI 2019)

posters / talks

Human Retrosplenial Activity during Physical and Virtual Heading Changes revealed by Mobile Brain/Body Imaging (MoBI), presented at yourbrainonart 2016, Cancun, Mexico.

Mobile Brain/Body Imaging (MoBI) of Spatial Knowledge Acquisition during Unconstrained Exploration in VR, presented at Psychologie und Gehirn 2017, Trier, Germany

Mobile Brain/Body Imaging (MoBI) of Spatial Knowledge Acquisition during Unconstrained Exploration in VR, presented at Neuroadaptive Technologies 2017, Berlin, Germany

Mobile Brain/Body Imaging of Spatial Knowledge Acquisition during Unconstrained Exploration in VR, presented at yourbrainonart 2017, Valencia, Spain.

Interactive Exploration of Sparse Virtual Environments: Mobile Brain/Body Imaging of Directional Change vs. No-Change Situations, presented at 3rd International Mobile Brain/Body Imaging 2018, Berlin, Germany

Interactive Exploration of Sparse Virtual Environments: Brain-electric Dynamics of the Retrosplenial Complex at Salient Moments of Spatial Thought, presented at Neuroscience 2018 (Society for Neuroscience), San Diego, USA.

posters in collaboration

The BeMoBIL Pipeline – Facilitating Mobile Brain/Body Imaging (MoBI) Data Analysis in MATLAB, presented at 3rd International Mobile Brain/Body Imaging 2018, Berlin, Germany

Prototypical Design of a Solution to Combine Head- Mounted Virtual Reality and Electroencephalography, presented at 3rd International Mobile Brain/Body Imaging 2018, Berlin, Germany. [1], [2], [3]