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Institute for Systems and Robotics (ISR-Lisboa)

ISR-Lisboa is a RD&I institution that was founded in 1992 and is affiliated to the Instituto Superior Técnico (IST) of the University of Lisbon,  ranked amongst the top schools of engineering in Europe.

ISR-Lisboa research groups develop advanced multidisciplinary research activities, in the areas of Robotic Systems and Information Processing. ISR offers an inspiring, multinational and multicultural research ecosystem with over one hundred researchers engaged in cutting-edge  research, training and outreach activities.

ISR-Lisboa, together with three other partner research institutions, IN+, M-ITI and MARETEC integrates the Associated Laboratory LARSyS.

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    Functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) enables to monitor changes in brain activation, over time and at the whole-brain level, when subjects are at rest or performing a specific cognitive task. Thomas Bolton, from the Medical Image Processing Lab (MIP) at Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL), will outline how this already very rich characterization can be extended to capture additional features of brain function. Feel free to join at 11h in the ISR meeting room (7.21), North Tower, Alameda. . . [PT] A imagem por ressonância magnética funcional permite monitorizar mudanças na activação do cérebro, ao longo do tempo e a um nível total, quando os observados estão em repouso ou no decorrer de uma tarefa cognitiva específica. Thomas Bolton, do Laboratório de Processamento de Imagem Médica da Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, irá explicar como esta caracterização, já por si muito rica, pode ser estendida para capturar outras funcionalidades do cérebro. Venha assistir às 11h na Sala de Reuniões do ISR (7.21), Torre Norte, Alameda.