Dr. rer. nat. Thomas Hartmann

Office: 2.064

Tel.: +43 662 8044 5109

email: thomas.hartmann (at) th-ht.de

 

Research Interests:

  • Real-Time acquisition and processing of EEG and MEG signals (see also my work on ConSole)
  • State dependent (r)TMS
  • Ongoing Brain Oscillations
  • Digital Signal Processing of EEG,  MEG and intracranial signals
  • Neuroscience of Tinnitus

Short Biography:

 

since 2015  Senior Scientist at the OBOB Lab at the CCNS, Universität Salzburg

2012 - 2015 PostDoc at the CIMeC at the Università degli Studi di Trento

2006 - 2012 PhD student at the Universität Konstanz

2001 - 2006 Study of Psychology and Information Engineering at the Universität Konstanz

 

Selected Publications:

  • Crespo-Garcia, M. & Hartmann, T. (2014). Does illusory flickering result from rhythmic sampling of visual stimuli? Journal of Neuroscience
  • Hartmann T, Lorenz I, Müller N, Langguth B, Weisz N (2013) The Effects of Neurofeedback on Oscillatory Processes Related to Tinnitus. Brain topography, 1-9
  • Hartmann T, Schlee W & Weisz N (2012). It's Only in your Head: Expectancy of Aversive Auditory Stimulation Modulates Stimulus-Induced Auditory Cortical Alpha Desynchronization. Neuroimage 60(1):170-178
  • Hartmann T, Schulz H and Weisz N (2011). Probing of brain states in real-time: Introducing the ConSole environment. Front. Psychology 2:36. doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2011.00036
  • Hartmann, T., Lorenz, I., & Weisz, N. (2010). Neurobiofeedback. In A. R. Møller & T. Kleinjung (Eds.), Textbook of Tinnitus (pp. 691-697). Springer.
  • Hartmann, T., Weisz, N., Schlee, W., & Elbert, T. Investigating the neural correlates of percepts using magnetencephalography (MEG) and magnetic source imaging (MSI). In Kraft, E., Balázs, G., Pöppel, E., & Kraft, E. (Eds.) Neuronal Correlates of Thinking. Springer 2009.