On May 11th the “ANDREA – Results in Brief” report of the ANDREA project was published on the CORDIS website of the European Commision. The report outlines the project background, most important results and future perspectives. The report is accessible via https://cordis.europa.eu/ or download.
An article about the ANDREA project was published in the EU research magazine and is available to view online at http://www.euresearcher.com/3/magazines on page P12. EU Research magazine is the World leading open access publication for scientific research and dissemination. Each issue covers a different thematic area, presenting cutting edge science in an innovative and entertaining format.
Prof. Haueisen gave a lecture at the Salzmann – School in Waltershausen entitled “Why is current flowing in the brain?”. The talk explained current Neuroscience and BME concepts for pupils and parents (about 40 participants). The event was co-organized by the German VDI and covered in a press release of VDI and also covered in a local newspaper.
Opening talk and invited plenary lecture at the 2nd International Conference on Recent Advances in Material Chemistry (ICRAMC 2018) in Chennai, India
Prof. Haueisen gave an opening talk (about 3000 participants) and an invited plenary lecture (about 300 participants) at the 2nd International Conference on Recent Advances in Material Chemistry (ICRAMC 2018) in Chennai, India. Parts of the talk were broadcasted by several Indian TV stations.
Invited talk at the 6th Asian-Oceanian Congress of Clinical Neurophysiology (AOCCN), Bengaluru, India
On Thursday, 09.11.2017, Prof. Haueisen gave an invited talk at the 6th Asian-Oceanian Congress of Clinical Neurophysiology (AOCCN). 9th-12th November 2017, Bengaluru, India, entitled “Online MEG data analysis with MNE-CPP”. The talk took place during the MEG/EEG workshops and 26 conference participants discussed latest developments for brain measurements and MEG/EEG analysis.
Invited talk at the International Conference on Neuroscience & Buddhist Psychology, New Delhi, India
On Saturday, 04.11.2017, Prof. Haueisen gave an invited talk at the International Conference on Neuroscience & Buddhist Psychology, 4th-5th November 2017, New Delhi, India, entitled “EEG & MEG measurements of brain functions with relation to mental health”. About 140 conference participants discussed new methods for brain measurements and data analysis.
On Monday, 03.07.2017, Prof. Haueisen gave an invited talk at the Christian-Albrechts-Universität zu Kiel, Germany, entitled “Bioelectric and biomagnetic signals of the brain: measurement techniques and source reconstruction”. About 40 PhD students and researchers of a DFG funded CRC on magnetoelectric sensors discussed new methods for brain measurements and data analysis.
The local TV station MDR reported on a Summer University event for high school girls in Biomedical Engineering. In the “THÜRINGEN JOURNAL”, which is a news format for regional news from middle Germany, they reported on Thursday, 29.06. at 19:00 about the event at our University. Two PhD students, Stefanie Freitag and Eva-Maria Dölker, introduced our BME research and education programs to the 15 participants….
Prof. Fonseca and Patrique Fiedler respectively presented posters entitled: “Novel EEG Technologies for a more Functional and Accurate EEG Acquisition” and “Novel Cap Concepts for Rapid EEG with Dry Multipin Electrodes” at the 2017 European Medical and Biological Engineering conference, taking place 11th-15th of June 2017 in Tampere, Finland. About 30 scientists visited the posters and discussed about different dry and semi-dry electrode concepts, hydrogels…
This activity took place from May 30th to June 1st and was carried out in the framework of the “Sensor&Test Messe” exhibition of the Ilmenau University of Technology. The novel ANDREA dry EEG cap systems developed within the ANDREA project were on display. The system allows for EEG recordings without extensive preparation and is thus significantly advancing the state of the art of EEG recording…