Alon Keren

In my Ph.D. I investigated the inverse problem of EEG and MEG, namely – devising a method for estimating the cerebral sources of the EEG and MEG signals. I found that the introduction of temporal constraints can greatly improve the source estimation and separation, although it relies on assumptions on spatiotemporal statistics of the neural activity.
I also investigated the characteristics of ocular and myo-electric artifacts in EEG and MEG, and methods for suppressing them, including ICA, CSD and saccade-detection using an eye-tracker.
Currently, I am working as a senior algorithm engineer at Vayyar Imaging Ltd on RADAR 4D imaging, detection, tracking and mapping in real-time applications for smart homes, automotive, retail and elderly care.
Leon Deouell

“Working memory”