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Gijs Plomp

gijs.plomp@unifr.ch

Professeur-e ordinaire

Skills

  • Visual Perception
  • Cognition
  • Action
  • Visual Neuroscience
  • EEG
  • Functional connectivity
  • Dynamics

Address

RM 02 bu. S-1.144
Rue P.A. de Faucigny 2
1700 Fribourg

Office

RM 02, S-1.144

  • Biography

    I am a cognitive and biological psychologist with a Master’s degree from the University of Amsterdam (the Netherlands). During my Ph.D. at Riken BSI (Tokyo, Japan) I used psychophysics and eye-movement recordings to study context effects in vision, and located their neural correlates using MEG. As a post-doc at EPFL, Switzerland, I set up an EEG laboratory and mastered EEG source-imaging techniques to study dynamic visual processes in healthy subjects, and in aging and schizophrenic populations. I then received an SNSF Ambizione grant to work at the University of Geneva, where I improved and validated the Granger-causal modelling approaches and applied them to study directed cortical interactions during sensory processing in humans and animal models. My current work is funded by an SNSF professorship grant.

  • Publications

    Publications

    2018

    Plomp G, Larderet I, Fiorini M, Busse L (2018) Layer 3 dynamically coordinates columnar activity according to spatial context. J Neurosci:1568–18.

     

    Coito A, Michel CM, Vulliemoz S, Plomp G (2018) Directed functional connections underlying spontaneous brain activity. Hum Brain Mapp 0 Available at: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.1002/hbm.24418.

     

    Pagnotta MF, Dhamala M, Plomp G (2018) Benchmarking nonparametric Granger causality: Robustness against downsampling and influence of spectral decomposition parameters. NeuroImage 183:478–494.

     

    Pagnotta MF, Dhamala M, Plomp G (2018) Assessing the performance of Granger–Geweke causality: Benchmark dataset and simulation framework. Data Brief 21:833–851.

     

    Pagnotta MF, Plomp G (2018) Time-varying MVAR algorithms for directed connectivity analysis: Critical comparison in simulations and benchmark EEG data. PLOS ONE 13:e0198846.

     

    Pascucci D, Hervais‐Adelman A, Plomp G (2018) Gating by induced Α–Γ asynchrony in selective attention. Hum Brain Mapp 39:3854–3870.

     

    Sperdin HF, Coito A, Kojovic N, Rihs TA, Jan RK, Franchini M, Plomp G, Vulliemoz S, Eliez S, Michel CM, Schaer M (2018) Early alterations of social brain networks in young children with autism. eLife 7:e31670.

     

    Verhoeven T, Coito A, Plomp G, Thomschewski A, Pittau F, Trinka E, Wiest R, Schaller K, Michel C, Seeck M, Dambre J, Vulliemoz S, van Mierlo P (2018) Automated diagnosis of temporal lobe epilepsy in the absence of interictal spikes. NeuroImage Clin 17:10–15.

     


    2017

    Plomp G, Michel CM, Quairiaux C (2017) Systematic population spike delays across cortical layers within and between primary sensory areas. Sci Rep 7:15267.

     

    Nicolo P, Magnin C, Pedrazzini E, Plomp G, Mottaz A, Schnider A, Guggisberg AG (2017) Comparison of Neuroplastic Responses to Cathodal Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation and Continuous Theta Burst Stimulation in Subacute Stroke. Arch Phys Med Rehabil

     


    2016

    Coito A, Michel CM, Mierlo P van, Vulliémoz S, Plomp G (2016) Directed Functional Brain Connectivity Based on EEG Source Imaging: Methodology and Application to Temporal Lobe Epilepsy. IEEE Trans Biomed Eng 63:2619–2628.

     

    Thunell E, Zwaag W van der, Öǧmen H, Plomp G, Herzog MH (2016) Retinotopic encoding of the Ternus-Pikler display reflected in the early visual areas. J Vis 16:26–26.

     

    Coito A, Genetti M, Pittau F, Iannotti GR, Thomschewski A, Höller Y, Trinka E, Wiest R, Seeck M, Michel CM, Plomp G, Vulliemoz S (2016) Altered directed functional connectivity in temporal lobe epilepsy in the absence of interictal spikes: A high density EEG study. Epilepsia 57:402–411.

     


    2015

    Plomp G, Hervais-Adelman A, Astolfi L, Michel CM (2015b) Early recurrence and ongoing parietal driving during elementary visual processing. Sci Rep 5:18733.

     

    Thunell E, Plomp G, Ögmen H, Herzog MH (2015) EEG Correlates of Relative Motion Encoding. Brain Topogr:1–10.

     

    Coito A, Plomp G, Genetti M, Abela E, Wiest R, Seeck M, Michel CM, Vulliemoz S (2015) Dynamic directed interictal connectivity in left and right temporal lobe epilepsy. Epilepsia 56:207–217.

     

    Plomp G, Astolfi L, Coito A, Michel CM (2015) Spectrally weighted Granger-causal modeling: Motivation and applications to data from animal models and epileptic patients. In: 2015 37th Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society (EMBC), pp 5392–5395.

     


    2014

    Plomp G, Quairiaux C, Kiss JZ, Astolfi L, Michel CM (2014) Dynamic connectivity among cortical layers in local and large-scale sensory processing. Eur J Neurosci 40:3215–3223.

     

    Chicherov V, Plomp G, Herzog MH (2014) Neural correlates of visual crowding. NeuroImage 93, Part 1:23–31.

     

    Plomp G, Quairiaux C, Michel CM, Astolfi L (2014) The physiological plausibility of time-varying Granger-causal modeling: Normalization and weighting by spectral power. NeuroImage 97:206–216.

     

    Münch M, Plomp G, Thunell E, Kawasaki A, Scartezzini JL, Herzog MH (2014) Different colors of light lead to different adaptation and activation as determined by high-density EEG. NeuroImage 101:547–554.

     


    Older

    Nikolaev AR, Jurica P, Nakatani C, Plomp G, van Leeuwen C (2013) Visual encoding and fixation target selection in free viewing: presaccadic brain potentials. Front Syst Neurosci 7

     

    Plomp G, Roinishvili M, Chkonia E, Kapanadze G, Kereselidze M, Brand A, Herzog MH (2013) Electrophysiological Evidence for Ventral Stream Deficits in Schizophrenia Patients. Schizophr Bull 39:547–554.

     

    Plomp G, Kunchulia M, Herzog MH (2012) Age-related changes in visually evoked electrical brain activity. Hum Brain Mapp 33:1124–1136.

     

    Tzovara A, Murray MM, Plomp G, Herzog MH, Michel CM, De Lucia M (2012) Decoding stimulus-related information from single-trial EEG responses based on voltage topographies. Pattern Recognit 45:2109–2122.

     

    Plomp G, Leeuwen C van, Gepshtein S (2012) Perception of time in articulated visual events. Front Percept Sci 3:564.

     

    Nikolaev AR, Nakatani C, Plomp G, Jurica P, van Leeuwen C (2011) Eye fixation-related potentials in free viewing identify encoding failures in change detection. NeuroImage 56:1598–1607.

     

    Plomp G, Michel CM, Herzog MH (2010) Electrical source dynamics in three functional localizer paradigms. NeuroImage 53:257–267.

     

    Plomp G, Leeuwen C van, Ioannides AA (2010) Functional specialization and dynamic resource allocation in visual cortex. Hum Brain Mapp 31:1–13.

     

    Plomp G, Mercier MR, Otto TU, Blanke O, Herzog MH (2009) Non-retinotopic feature integration decreases response-locked brain activity as revealed by electrical neuroimaging. NeuroImage 48:405–414.

     

    Liu LC, Plomp G, van Leeuwen C, Ioannides AA (2006) Neural correlates of priming on occluded figure interpretation in human fusiform cortex. Neuroscience 141:1585–1597.

     

    Plomp G, Liu L, van Leeuwen C, Ioannides AA (2006) The “Mosaic Stage” in Amodal Completion as Characterized by Magnetoencephalography Responses. J Cogn Neurosci 18:1394–1405.

     

    Plomp G, van Leeuwen C (2006) Asymmetric priming effects in visual processing of occlusion patterns. Atten Percept Psychophys 68:946–958.

     

    Plomp G, Nakatani C, Bonnardel V, van Leeuwen C (2004) Amodal completion as reflected by gaze durations. Perception 33:1185–1200.

     

    Zeelenberg R, Plomp G, Raaijmakers JGW (2003) Can false memories be created through nonconscious processes? Conscious Cogn 12:403–412.

  • Teaching and courses

    Colloque de Bachelor UE-L25.00653 SA-2019 SP-2020
    Faculty of Humanities

    Introduction to Philosophy of Mind UE-L25.00762 SP-2020
    Faculty of Humanities

    Tuesday 10:15 - 12:00, RM Room

    Travail de Bachelor UE-L25.00134 SA-2019 SP-2020
    Faculty of Humanities

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