A team of researchers and guests from the Institute of Neuroscience and Psychology (INP) were hosted at a Civic Reception in June in the Glasgow City Chambers to mark the start of the third annual cuttingEEG Symposium. The Symposium brought together an impressive collection of international experts to discuss and showcase the latest developments in the field of electroencephalography (EEG). EEG records electrical activity of the brain, with applications generally focusing on the neural oscillations commonly known as "brain waves" that can be observed in EEG signals. The popularity of EEG research has grown over recent years in its relation to the understanding of human cognitive function. This year’s event was organised by Dr Marios Philiastides from INP, and welcomed over two hundred and fifty participants to engage in presentations, workshops, poster sessions and debates, which were held at the University.
First published: 31 July 2017