Publications

Journal papers

(submitted) Amanda Robinson, Praveen Venkatesh, Matthew Boring, Michael Tarr, Pulkit Grover, Marlene Behrmann
"Very High Density EEG Elucidates Spatiotemporal Aspects of Early Visual Processing"
(submitted)
2017
February
Pulkit Grover and Praveen Venkatesh
"An Information-theoretic View of EEG Sensing"
Proceedings of the IEEE

Conference papers

2017
June
Praveen Venkatesh and Pulkit Grover
"Lower Bounds on the Minimax Risk for the Source Localization Problem"
International Symposium on Information Theory (ISIT)
2015
September
Praveen Venkatesh and Pulkit Grover
"Is the Direction of Greater Granger Causal Influence the Same as the Direction of Information Flow?"
Allerton Conference on Communication, Control and Computing
2015
September
Pulkit Grover, Jeffrey A Weldon, Shawn K Kelly, Praveen Venkatesh, Haewon Jeong
"An Information-theoretic Technique for Harnessing Attenuation of High Spatial Frequencies to Design Ultra-High-Density EEG"
Allerton Conference on Communication, Control and Computing

Conference abstracts

2017
November
Praveen Venkatesh, Ashwati Krishnan, Jeffrey Weldon, Shawn Kelly, Pulkit Grover
"Ultra-resolution Subdermal EEG: Long-term Minimally-invasive Brain Monitoring"
SfN Neuroscience 2017
(accepted)
2017
June
Praveen Venkatesh and Pulkit Grover
"High Density EEG: Information-theoretic Limits and Algorithms"
International Symposium on Information Theory (ISIT), Recent Results
2017
March
Alireza Chamanzar, Shilpa George, Praveen Venkatesh, Wanqiao Ding, Pulkit Grover
"Systematic and Automated Algorithms for Detecting Cortical Spreading Depolarizations Using EEG and ECoG to Improve TBI Diagnosis and Treatment"
12th World Conference on Brain Injury
2016
December
Praveen Venkatesh, Wanqiao Ding, Pulkit Grover
"Data Processing for Reliable Detection of Cortical Spreading Depolarizations Using High-density EEG"
American Epilepsy Society annual meeting
2015
October
Praveen Venkatesh and Pulkit Grover
"Is the Direction of Greater Granger Causal Influence the Same as the Direction of Information Flow?"
SfN Neuroscience 2015