Neural oscillations symposium

MAY 27th 2015

Registration and coffee 12.30-13.00

TIME: 13.00–17.30, @ Kollektorn, Chalmers

Dr. Daniel Lundqvist (NatMEG, Karolinska Institutet, Sweden)

- Opening of symposium & about NatMEG

Associate Professor Justin Schneiderman (MedTech West & University of Gothenburg, Sweden)

-NeuroSQUID: Our past achievements and future hopes for

high-Tc SQUID-based magnetoencephalography

Coffee/tea break (outside Kollektorn)

Professor Michael Faley (Forschungszentrum Jülich, Germany)

-High-Tc SQUIDs for MEG and other prospective applications

Professor Matti Hämäläinen (Aalto University, Espoo, Finland)

-On-scalp MEG will Provide Ultimate Spatial Resolution and Sensitivity

Dinner - @ ca 18.00 (@ Luftbryggan)

MAY 28th 2015

TIME:  08.30-12.30, @ Kollektorn, Chalmers

Assistant Professor Alexandre Gramfort (Telecom ParisTech, France)

-The impact of tools and modeling assumptions on neuroscience results

Professor Xavier de Tiége (Université libre de Bruxelles, Brussels, Belgium)

-Why do we need the next-generation of MEG sensors for clinical MEG ?

Coffee/tea break (outside Kollektorn)

Professor Riitta Hari (Aalto University, Espoo, Finland)

-How does a neuroscientist view signals and noise in MEG recordings

Professor Dag Winkler (Chalmers, Sweden)

- Moderating a panel discussion and closing of symposium

Lunch - @ 12.30 (outside ”Kollektorn”)