EEG Laboratory launch event
We are pleased to announce the launch of a new Electroencephalography (EEG) laboratory at Queen Mary, University of London. The new lab is the result of a collaboration between the School of Biological & Chemical Sciences (SBCS) and the School of Electronic Engineering and Computer Science (EECS) and was funded partly by an EPSRC equipment grant for Early Career Researchers.
The lab will be run by Marcus Pearce (director) from EECS and Tiina Eilola (deputy director) from SBCS.
We will launch the new EEG Lab on Tue 11th March 2014 in the Informatics Hub on the 3rd floor of the Peter Landin (CS) Building.
Everyone is welcome. The launch will include a tour of the lab, which has the following facilities:
- 64-channel EGI dense-array EEG system for continuous surface recording of electrical brain activity;
- Physiology toolkit for recording respiration rate, heart rate, skin conductance and EMG;
- Soundproof booth (IAC) with mirrored window for auditory research;
- Speakers, monitors, button-box and other input devices cabled through soundproof ducts in the booth;
- Stimulus PC running e-prime, mirroring the participant's display.