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Studying Cognitive Activity at several LEvels with Simultaneous depth and surface recordings (SCALES)

The SCALES project aims at recording and analyzing simultaneous surface and intracerebral signals during cognitive protocols. It is funded within the FlagEra framework. The summary of the project can be found here [1]

Multi-scale connectivity pattern between an intracerebral contact located in the auditory cortex (local scale) and the rest of the brain as detected by magnetoencephalography (global scale)


  • Aix-Marseille University

INS U1106, INSERM/AMU team of C. Bénar [2]


  • Geneva University hospital

team of S Vulliemoz

  • University of Bucarest

team of A Barborica

Illusory own body perceptions mapped in the cingulate cortex-An intracranial stimulation study. Popa I, Barborica A, Scholly J, Donos C, Bartolomei F, Lagarde S, Hirsch E, Valenti-Hirsch MP, Maliia MD, Arbune AA, Daneasa A, Ciurea J, Bajenaru OA, Mindruta I. Hum Brain Mapp. 2019 Jun 15;40(9):2813-2826. doi: 10.1002/hbm.24563.

Bénar C, Grova C, Jirsa V, Lina JM Differences in MEG and EEG power-law scaling explained by a coupling between spatial coherence and frequency: a simulation study J Comp Neuro in press

Bénar Christian-G., Badier Jean-Michel, Simultaneous recordings of MEG and intracerebral EEG, in Magnetoencephalography: From Signals to Dynamic Cortical Networks, 2nd Edition, edited by Selma Supek and Cheryl J. Aine. In press

Marquis, R., Carboni, M., Spinelli, L., Brunet, L., Momjian, S., Schaller, K., van Mierlo, P., Michel, C. M., Seeck, M., Vulliemoz, S. (2019). « EEG topography is altered by hidden epileptic activity: a simultaneous scalp-intracranial EEG study ». Organization for Human Brain Mapping annual meeting, Rome, Italy.

Bénar C, Chen S, Badier JM Brain Networks in Epilepsy: Insights from Simultaneous Recordings of MEG and Intracerebral EEG, IEEE EMBS conference Berlin June 2019