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Bruce J. Gluckman

Bruce J. Gluckman
Associate Professor, Associate Director,
Center for Neural Engineering, Department of Engineering Sciences and Mechanics,
Department of Neurosurgery,
Pennsylvania State University

Phone: (814) 865-0178
Email:
BruceGluckman@psu.edu
URL:
http://www.esm.psu.edu/wiki/research:bjg18:start

Related Publications

1. S. Sunderam, N. Chernyy, J. Mason, N. Peixoto, S.L. Weinstein, S.J. Schiff, B.J. Gluckman. “Improved sleep-wake and behavior discrimination using MEMS accelerometers,” J Neurosci Methods. 2007 Jul 30: 163 (2): 373-83

2. S. Sunderam, N. Chernyy, J. Mason, N. Peixoto, S.L. Weinstein, S.J. Schiff, B.J.Gluckman. “Seizure Modulation with Applied Electric Fields in Chronically Implanted Animals,” Proceedings of the 28th IEEE EMBS Annual International Conference 2006, p1612-1615. 2006A

3. E-H Park, P. So, E. Barreto, B. J. Gluckman, and S. J. Schiff, “Electric Field Modulation of Synchronization in Neural Networks,” Neurocomputing 52-54, 169- 175 (2003)

4. K. A. Richards, S. J. Schiff, B. J. Gluckman, “Control of traveling waves in Mammalian cortex,” Phys Rev Lett. 2005 Jan 21: 94 (2): 028103

 5. J. Chubb, E. Barreto, P. So, and B. J. Gluckman, “The Breakdown of Synchronization in Systems of Non-identical Chaotic Oscillators: Theory and Experiment,” Int. J. of Bifurcation and Chaos 11, 2705-13 (2001)

Publications

5 Publications most closely related to the proposed project:

1. S. Sunderam, N. Chernyy, J. Mason, N. Peixoto, S.L. Weinstein, S.J. Schiff, B.J. Gluckman. “Improved sleep-wake and behavior discrimination using MEMS accelerometers,” J Neurosci Methods. 2007 Jul 30: 163 (2): 373-83

2. S. Sunderam, N. Chernyy, J. Mason, N. Peixoto, S.L. Weinstein, S.J. Schiff, B.J. Gluckman. “Seizure Modulation with Applied Electric Fields in Chronically Implanted Animals,” Proceedings of the 28th IEEE EMBS Annual International Conference 2006, p1612-1615. 2006A

3. E-H Park, P. So, E. Barreto, B. J. Gluckman, and S. J. Schiff, “Electric Field Modulation of Synchronization in Neural Networks,” Neurocomputing 52-54, 169- 175 (2003)

4. K. A. Richards, S. J. Schiff, B. J. Gluckman, “Control of traveling waves in Mammalian cortex,” Phys Rev Lett. 2005 Jan 21: 94 (2): 028103

5. J. Chubb, E. Barreto, P. So, and B. J. Gluckman, “The Breakdown of Synchronization in Systems of Non-identical Chaotic Oscillators: Theory and Experiment,” Int. J. of Bifurcation and Chaos 11, 2705-13 (2001)

5 Other Significant Publications:

1. E. H. Park, E. Barreto, B. J. Gluckman, S. J. Schiff. P. So, „A model of the effects of applied electric fields on neuronal synchronization” J Comput Neurosci. 2005, Aug; 19 (1):53-70

2. K. A. Richardson, B. J. Gluckman, S. L. Weinstein, C. E. Glosch, J. B. Moon, R. P. Gwinn, K. Gale, S. J. Schiff, “In vivo modulation of hippocampal epileptiform activity with radial electric fields,” Eilepsia, 44 (6): 768-77, 20038

3. E. Barreto, P. So, B. J. Gluckman, S. J. Schiff, “From Generalized Synchony to Topological Decoherence: Emergent Sets in Coupled Chaotic Systems,” Phys. Rev. Letts 84, 1689, 2000

4. B. J. Gluckman, P. So, T. I. Netoff, M. L. Spano, and S. J. Schiff, “Stochastic Resonance in Mamallian Neuronal Networks,” Chaos 8, 588-598 (1998)10

5. B. J. Gluckman, M. L. Spano, W. Yang, M. Ding, V. In, W. L. Ditto, “Tracking unstable periodic orbits in nonstationary high-dimensional chaotic systems: Method and experiment,” Physical Review E, 55, 4935-4943 (1997).

(d) Synergistic Activities

1. Organizer of the Experimental Chaos Conference, Sixth (2001) through Tenth (2008).

2. Session Organizer, 3rd Workshop on Epileptic Seizure Prediction, Freiburg, Germany, 9/29-10/2, 2007 3. Associate Editor, IEEE Transactions in Biomedical Engineering (2007)

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