Katharina Glomb

I am a computational neuroscientist who is obsessed with macroscopic networks in the human brain - their shape, their dynamics, the mechanisms that generate and maintain them. I like combining different modalities that cover different spatial and temporal scales, mostly EEG, fMRI, and white matter connectivity. Most recently, I've been working on applying so-called harmonic modes in order to understand networks.

I studied biology and computational neuroscience in Berlin and then moved to Barcelona to do my PhD on resting state networks. After that, I started learning about EEG and fast neural activity during a postdoc in Lausanne.

Nowadays I'm a postdoc in the Brain Simulation Section at the Berlin Institute of Health, applying graph signal processing approaches to multimodal neural data, both empirical and simulated.