Guy Chéron's collaborators :


Dr. Ana BENGOETXEA

Dr. Ana BENGOETXEA, PhD,
obtained a master’s degree at the Université Libre de Bruxelles and a PhD in the Laboratory of Neurophysiology and Movement Biomecanics in 2004, after her bachelor in Physical therapy from University of Zaragoza (Spain). Since 1999, she participates in the research performed in the same laboratory to command prosthesis with electromyographic signals using an artificial neural network. She was implicated in the ESA Neurocog project and is now developing a clinical research on her field.

E-mail : abengoec@ulb.ac.be
ResearchGate : www.researchgate.net/profile/Ana_Bengoetxea


Dr. Ana Maria CEBOLLA ALVAREZ

Dr. Ana Maria CEBOLLA ALVAREZ, PhD. Postdoctoral fellow at the LNMB. After her bachelor in physical therapy at University of Zaragoza, she obtained a master's degree and a PhD in the field of Neurosciences at Université Libre de Bruxelles. She has worked in the field of prosthesis control by electromyogram using artificial neural network, brain rhythms approached with electroencephalogram and cerebellar activity with invasive recordings in mice. She is currently involved in ESA Neurospat project for the study of brain rhythms during microgravity stay on astronauts.

E-mail : acebolla@ulb.ac.be
ResearchGate : www.researchgate.net/profile/Ana_Cebolla

Carlos CEVALLOS

Carlos Cevallos, PhD student. Mechanical Engineer at Escuela Politécnica Nacional (National Polytechnic School) at Quito (Ecuador). After studying biomaterials for prosthetics he worked on motor handicaps in some gait analysis laboratories from South America. Also, he worked in the field of analysis for neurological motor disabilities and sports performance. He is currently focusing on motor rehabilitation and performance with its neural networks through EEG in order to improve rehabilitation and biofeedback processes at the LNMB. At this time he is also collaborator in the EEG group leaded by Prof. Giacomo Rizzolatti at Università degli Studi di Parma (Italy) and the EEG group of Hôpital Universitaire des Enfants Reine Fabiola (Brussels) leaded by Prof. Bernard Dan.

E-mail : ccevallo@ulb.ac.be
Phone : +32/2/555.33.93


Dr. Bernard DAN

Dr. Bernard DAN, PhD.

E-mail : Bernard.Dan@ulb.ac.be


Dr. Caty DE SAEDELEER

Dr. Caty DE SAEDELEER, PhD, has a master’s in Chemistry focused on synthesis and analysis of linear compounds. She obtained a PhD in Physical Chemistry at UMons (Belgium) on surface tension drived convection in fluids. In 2002, she joined the LNMB. She is handing in-microgravity experiments and underlying neurophysiology. Her research is mainly focused on the study of brain rhythms in frequency time analysis during experiments performed on Earth and in International Space Station (ISS).

E-mail : Caty.De.Saedeleer@ulb.ac.be


Dr. Thomas HOELLINGER

Dr. Thomas HOELLINGER, PhD, postdoctoral fellow at the LNMB obtained a master’s degree at The University of Nancy I (France) in Bioinformatics in 2005 and a Phd in the field of motor control at the University of Paris VI (France) in 2009. In 2010 he joined the LNMB to work on the correlation between EEG signals and Kinematics of the lower and upper limbs.

E-mail : hoellint@gmail.com
Phone : +32/2/555.66.54

Dr. Axelle LEROY

Dr. Axelle LEROY, PhD.

E-mail : axelle.leroy@ulb.ac.be
Phone : +32/2/555.38.95

Mathieu PETIEAU, BInfTech

Mathieu PETIEAU, BInfTech, research and computer scientist obtained his Bachelor Degree in computer science in 2007. Since 2006, he is involved in the European Spatial Agency Neurospat project both for the technical and the scientific sides. His involvement in this project led him to acquire a good experience in cosmonauts/astronauts training at the Gagarin Cosmonaut Training Center in Star City (Moscow), European Astronauts Center (Köln) and Johnson Space Center (Houston). His research field includes the study of EEG rhythms on earth and in microgravity, BCI developments, brain controlled prosthetics, VR protocols, sensorimotor coordination dynamics through Dynamic Recurrent Neural Networks and precise eye movements detection/analysis. He also participated in the 51th ESA parabolic flights campaign to study the microgravity effects on sensorimotor coordination.

E-mail : mpetieau@ulb.ac.be
Phone : +32/2/555.33.93
LinkedIn : be.linkedin.com/in/mpetieau
ResearchGate : www.researchgate.net/profile/Mathieu_Petieau


David ZARKA

David ZARKA, DO.

E-mail : dzarka@ulb.ac.be
Phone : +32/2/555.33.93