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IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Happy New Year!‎ This marks the ۶۳rd year for the IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering (TBME). I am happy to report that TBME continues to do well ‪(read full text)‬.‎ TBME was ranked ۶th in both Eigenfactor Score and Total Citations among BME journals by Journal Citation Reports, ranked ۴th in Biomedical Technology by Google Scholar according to the H5-index and ۷th by SJR report according to the H-index across all BME publications.‎ I would like to sincerely thank our dedicated editors and reviewers for their hard work, and all of the authors whose scientific contributions make TBME what it is.‎ We anticipate TBME will continue to grow and look forward to your valuable contributions in 2016.‎ To welcome our readers to 2016, we are publishing the BRAIN special issue consisting of 22 articles reporting innovative BRAIN research.‎ The issue is edited by: F.‎ Babiloni, W.‎ Besio, W.‎ Chen, L.‎ Ding, C.‎ Henriquez, P.‎ Irazoqui, P.‎ Loughlin, V.‎ Marmarelis, G.‎ Muller-Putz, K.R.‎ Muller, M.‎ Sawan, F.G.‎ Zeng, and B.‎ Ziaie.

 

 

EEG Source Imaging Enhances the Decoding of Complex Right-Hand Motor Imagery Tasks

 

Separable Common Spatio-Spectral Patterns for Motor Imagery BCI Systems

 

Decoding Brain States Based on Magnetoencephalography from Prespecified Cortical Regions

 

Learning Recurrent Waveforms within EEGs

 

Single-trial ERP component analysis using a spatiotemporal LCMV beamformer

 

Combined single neuron unit activity and local field potential oscillations in a human visual recognition memory task

 

Spatial Coherence Profiles of Ictal High-Frequency Oscillations Correspond to those of Interictal Low-Frequency Oscillations in the ECoG of Epileptic Patients

 

Analysis of Oscillatory Neural Activity in Series Network Models of Parkinson's Disease During Deep Brain Stimulation

 

Dysfunction of Neurovascular/Metabolic Coupling in Chronic Focal Epilepsy

 

Chronic in vivo evaluation of PEDOT/CNT for stable neural recordings