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Albert Aldenkamp

Albert Aldenkamp, PhD
Department of Electrical Engineering
Eindhoven University of Technology, Netherlands

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Professor Aldenkamp graduated in Groningen and was appointed Professor In Leiden in 1991 and in Amsterdam in 1998. Currently he holds the Chair of Epileptology and Neurocognition of Maastricht University Medical Centre (department of Neurology) and is Head of the Epilepsy Imaging Research Group of the Research School Mental Health and Neurosciences (MHeNS) of the University of Maastricht. In addition he is the Head of the Department of Behavioural Research of the Epilepsy centre Kempenhaeghe and vice-chairman of the Scientific Unit of the institute as well as member of the Strategic Board and the Central Management Team. He is currently the supervisor of 20 PhD students and finished more than 100 PhD studies. In addition: Visiting Professor of Epileptology, Universital Hospital Gent (Department of Neurology). Professor Aldenkamp is the Past Editor-in-Chief of the European Journal of Epileptology since 2012 and member of the Editorial Boards of medical journals such as: Epilepsy and Behaviour, Acta Neurologica Scandinavica and Clinical Neurology and neurosurgery. Member of the International Advisory Board of two Pharmaceutical companies. Member of the Dutch advisory Board for two pharmaceutical industries. Professor Aldenkamp has published more than 300 publications (including chapters) and gave about 500 international presentations (h-factor: 28). Since March 2013 he is appointed Professor at the University of Technology in Eindhoven faculty of Electrical Engineering, Signal Processing System group. He focusses on Brain MR-imaging and detailed processing of MR signals especially to understand processes of neurodegeneration.

Research Interest

Professor Aldenkamp’s research interests include: Chronic Epilepsy, with special focus on neuroimaging, clinical research on side-effects of antiepileptic medication and neurodegenerative effects of epilepsy.


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