The popularity of electroencephalography (EEG) research has been growing over the past years, especially as it relates to the understanding of human cognitive function. This growth has been in part due to recent methodological advances in the acquisition and analysis of time-resolved signals.
cuttingEEG was established to deal with the ever increasing demand for these methodological developments, that often require an advanced understanding of signal processing, machine learning and statistical pattern recognition.
Our lab hosted this year's Symposium in Glasgow (the third of its kind), which attracted 300 delegates from around the world. An impressive lineup of international experts discussed and showcased the most up to date developments in the field over the course of four days (19-22 June). We opened the event with a civic reception at the impressive Glasgow City Chambers (see above).
During the Symposium, Dr. Marios Philiastides presented our lab's most recent work on fusing EEG with fMRI to enable dynamic neural network reconstruction during human decision making.
You can access the event's website here: http://cuttingeeg.ccni.gla.ac.uk
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