Overview of the NextGenVis dissertations

Mapping the characteristics of neuronal populations using fMRI

A thesis by Jan Kurzawski
University of Pisa
Februari 2019

Neural mechanisms of visual motion perception “and” plasticity after brain damage

A thesis by Akshatha Gentigemane Parameshwara
University of Pisa
Februari 2019

Low-level visual processing and its relation to neurological disease

A thesis by Marc Mason Himmelberg, PhD
University of York, United Kingdom
March 2019

Functional and anatomical properties of visual cortex in individuals with congenital loss of cone photoreceptor function and normally sighted controls

A thesis by Barbara Molz
University of York, UK

Changes in Visual Processing as Biomarkers for Parkinson’s Disease

A thesis by Freja Gam Østergaard
University of Copenhagen, Denmark
April 2019

Plasticity and stability of their cortical wiring in the human visual system

A thesis by Khazar Ahmadi, PhD
Otto-von-Guericke-Universität Magdeburg\
Oktober, 2019

Going into (cortical) depth – Laminar imaging and applications for cognitive neuroscience

A thesis by Jelle van Dijk, PhD
University of Utrecht, the Netherlands
March 2020

Plasticity of visual field representations

A thesis by Joana Carvalho
University Medical Center Groningen, the Netherlands
July 2020

Expanding the field of view – from classical to extra-classical receptive fields, neurons to populations, and voxels to sensors

A thesis by Akhil Edadan, PhD
The University of Utrecht, the Netherlands
September 2020

Spatio-temporal integration properties of the human visual system.” 

A thesis by Alessandro Grillini, PhD
University Medical Center Groningen, the Netherlands
November 2020

Data augmentation and image understanding

A thesis by Alex Hernández-García, PhD
The University of Osnabrück, Germany
November 2020