Feature of the Day

This page contains an archive of announcements that have appeared on the NEDC Home Page.

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  • (20191216) Congratulations to Meysam Golmohammadi on a successful presentation of his PhD dissertation proposal. Meysam's research focuses on integration of temporal and spatial context into deep learning systems. More details can be found here.

  • (20191210) Congratulations to Nabila Shawki for completing her PhD preliminary exam. She presented very interesting work on the use of autoencoders for feature extraction. We look forward to seeing her complete a dissertation on this topic in a couple of years.

  • (20191215) It is never too early to start planning for IEEE SPMB 2020. The paper submission deadline is June 1, 2020. More information can be found here. IEEE SPMB 2020 will be the 10th year of the symposium. Several special events are planned to commemorate a decade of wonderful experiences.

  • (20191207) IEEE SPMB 2019 was the 9th year for the conference and the 6th year we hosted it at Temple University. 18 papers and 11 posters were presented with an attendance of 62 people. The technical program can be found here.

  • (20191106) IEEE SPMB 2019 is taking place tomorrow at Temple University! Hope to see you there.

  • (20191104) IEEE SPMB 2019 is quickly approaching! Please remember to register to be able to attend SPMB on December 7

  • (20191025) The TUH EEG Corpus: Annotation File Formats: We have released an official document containing information regarding how the annotations are represented in label files.

  • (20190714) Our paper On the Use of Non-Experts for Generation of High-Quality Annotations of Seizure Events has been submitted for publication and is now available.

  • (20190510) The semester is finally over! The ISIP group had our annual end of the year party to celebrate the end of the academic year.

  • (20190509) Congratulations to Noah Capp and the class of 2019 on their graduation! We wish the best of luck to them.

  • (20190329) Our ECE 1111 students challenged the upper-level ECE 3822 students in an advanced programming competition and came out on top. Fortunately, the ECE 3822 students were not Bamboozled!. Congratulations to all the students for participating in a four-hour Hackathon based on HackerRank problems.

  • (20190323) NEDC TUH EEG Seizure (v1.5.0): This release includes the expansion of the training dataset from 1,984 files to 4,597. Calibration sequences of the new data have been manually annotated and added to the seizure spreadsheet. Annotation corrections were made to the files already existing in the training set.

  • (20190308) IBM TUSZ Pre-Processed Data (v1.0.0): This is our first release of IBMPPD which preprocesses the TUH Seizure Detection Corpus using two methods, both of which use an FFT sliding window approach (STFT) in the beginning.

  • (20181217) Meysam Golmohammadi attended the International Conference on Machine Learning and Applications (ICMLA) and presented his paper on Deep Architectures for Spatio-Temporal Modeling.

  • (20181206) NEDC TUH EEG Artifact Corpus (v1.0.0): This is our first release of the TUH EEG Artifact Corpus. This corpus was developed to aid in EEG event classification such as seizure detection algorithms. This corpus is a subset of the TUH EEG Corpus and contains files with 5 different types of artifacts: (1) eye movements (EYEM), (2) chewing (CHEW), (3) shivering (SHIV), (4) electrode pop, electrode static, and lead artifacts (ELPP), and (5) muscle artifacts (MUSC).

  • (20181201) Congratulations to our team for hosting IEEE SPMB 2018. We had a lot of wonderful papers and posters presented, as well as two excellent plenary talks. The technical program can be found here.

  • (20181113) The Neural Engineering Data Consortium gave a presentation at the John Hopkins University HLT CoE on EEG Event Classification Using Deep Learning.

  • (20181102) NEDC Eval EEG (v1.3.0): In this release, the FPR definition of the TAES metric has been updated to the standard definition which is #FP / (#FP + #TN) or in other words (1 - TNR).

  • (20181025) The Temple University Hospital Seizure Detection Corpus manuscript has been approved for production and accepted for publication in Frontiers in Neuroinformatics.

  • (20181022) NEDC TUH EEG Seizure (v1.4.0): This release includes improvements to the quality of annotations. Annotation corrections were made in the development test and training sets

  • (20180817) NEDC TUH EEG Seizure (v1.3.0): This release contains quality improvements of the annotations, as manually labeled calibration sequences. The main reason for this release is that we have created a blind evaluation set, often referred to as a held-out set. This is not being released, but will be used in an upcoming Kaggle-style challenge hosted by IBM. More details about this challenge will follow within the next few months.

  • (20180716) NEDC presented several posters at the 26th Conference on Intelligent Systems for Molecular Biology. To view these presentations, click here.

  • (20180710) NEDC EEG AutoAnnotations (v1.1.0): This release includes the addition of automatically generated annotations using a six-way classification approach. In six-way classification, the first three events are of clinical interest: (1) spike and/or sharp waves (SPSW), (2) periodic lateralized epileptiform discharges (PLED), and (3) generalized periodic epileptiform discharges (GPED). The remaining three events are used to model background noise: (1) eye movement (EYEM), (2) artifacts (ARTF), and (3) background (BCKG).

  • (20180703) The NEDC group had a going away party to celebrate Eva's time here in our research group.

  • (20180621) The TUH EEG Events Corpus (v1.0.1): The EDF files in the previous release with corrupted headers have been fixed. All files should pass processing using standard open source tools.

  • (20180609) We are releasing automatically generated annotations of a large subset of v1.1.0 of TUH EEG: These annotations are only for EEG files that are under an hour in duration and contain 22 channels.

  • (20180530) The sixth floor lab had a going-away party to celebrate Eva Von Weltin's last week working with us. We are incredibly grateful for having Eva work with us these past few years, and wish her the best in her future endeavours!

  • (20180509) The end of the semester is finally here! The ISIP group had our annual end of the year party to celebrate the end of the academic year. Time to have a productive summer!

  • (20180504) Congratulations to our research team for the acceptance of their abstract submissions for the 2018 ISMB conference! Abstracts discuss the automatic interpretation of abnormal EEGs, curriculum based deep learning techniques, and a deep residual learning framework for convolutional neural networks.

  • (20180501) V1.2.0 of NEDC Eval EEG has been released. This scoring software results using 5 different scoring methods: NIST, DP Align, Epoch Based, Any-Overlap, and TAES.

  • (20180417) The TUH EEG Corpus (v1.1.0): This is the official version of the TUH EEG Corpus. This release organizes each session by the montage definition it fits. File naming conventions have been adjusted and files not containing any usable brain signal have been removed.

  • (20180416) The TUH EEG Seizure Corpus (v1.2.1): This release includes small annotation fixes and an addition to the _SEIZURES spreadsheet of calibration start and end times, as well as other small cleanups.

  • (20180416) The TUH EEG Seizure Corpus (v1.2.1) This release includes small annotation fixes and an addition to the _SEIZURES spreadsheet of calibration start and end times.

  • (20180412) The TUH Abnormal EEG Corpus (v2.0.0): This is a subset of the TUH EEG corpus that can be used for automatic detection of abnormal EEGs. This release contains patient numbers that have been re-mapped to be consistent with v1.1.0 of TUH EEG. Some cleanups including the removal of duplicate files have been made.

  • (20180412) The TUH EEG Slowing Corpus (v1.0.1): This is a small data set that can be used to study the difference between slowing and seizures in EEGs. This release contains patient numbers that have been re-mapped to be consistent with v1.1.0 of TUH EEG.

  • (20180327) The TUH EEG Six-Way Event Classification Corpus (v1.0.0): This release contains the data used to develop our initial version of AutoEEG. Sections of EEG signals are annotated for one of 6 events: spike, gped, pled, eye movement, artifact and background. Please review the AAREADME file for more information about the release.

  • (20180208) Visualize and modify EDFs with the beta release of our visualization tool!

  • (20180123) Our digital scanner is now operational. This scanner will help create an open-source database of pathology slides. Learn more about our MRI project here.

  • (20171207) v1.2.0 of the TUH EEG Corpus has been released. See TUH EEG Corpus for more details.